Batang Pinoy 2015 – Mindanao Leg – Athletics – Day 1 Report Dagmil protege wins 100 Dash

Batang Pinoy 2015 - Mindanao Leg - Athletics - Day 1 Report Dagmil protege wins 100 Dash
Joselito Hapitan (pink) awarded at the 2015 Batang Pinoy Mindanao Leg. (Photo Credit: Merv Mantos, palaro coach of Hapitan).
Dagmil’s Protege takes two golds
Below is a summary of the First Day of Athletics. The outstanding performance came from local favorite Joselito Hapitan, 15 of South Cotobato ( who easily dispatched his rivals in the Boys 100 and 400 dash picking up two golds. Hapitan whose 5’5 his mentors include  none other than Olympian Henry Dagmil, whose hometown is Koronadal. Hapitan burst out of the blocks and in a smooth yet explosive running form remniscent of National Junior Record Holder Daniel Noval to win the 100m in 11.4 (11.35 hand timed), Earl Limapag of Ilagan took silver in 11.5, and Gregory Ivan Briones of Sarangani was third in 12.0.
I want to break 11 seconds by the time of Palaro. Coach Dagmil has really helped me a lot with my running form.
said Hapitan.
Hapitan also won the 400m Dash in 52.7, his team mate Kenneth Corpuz took second in 54.2, and Paul Rayon another local from Koronadal City took bronze in 55.7 making it a complete sweep for Cotobato on the podium. Hapitan was 3 strides clear of Corpuz with 100 meters to go but he changed gear and surged even further away down the home straight.


Ashley Azusada also added two golds for Zamboanga City in the girls she won the 100m in a time of 13.2, Azusada is a regular competitor at PNG and other PSC events. General Santos City Fredielyn Galorpot and Tresha Mae Arevalo took silver and bronze both in the identical time of 13.7. Azusada also won the girls Long Jump in 4.27m. Jean Galing of Zamboanga City won the 400 in 1.03.6.

For Statisticians

Its also interesting to note that the track oval at Koronadal has markings for the 100 Meters and can be ran on both sides of the track. However the markings for the relays and Hurdles were configured around the 200 meters, but should be acceptable as there is a 100m finish line on the back straight which was used to correctly configure the distances.

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Article by Andrew Pirie
ATFS Statistician and PSC Guest Speaker Sports Science Clinic

Ideal Height and Weight Chart

The ideal human body weight has been a topic of debate for a very long time. Hundreds of formulas and theories have been invented and put to the test, but the answer is still debatable. The ideal weight should be unique for everyone. The major factors that contribute to a person’s ideal weight are height, gender, age, body frame, body type, and so on. Here is a list of the most popular “ideal weight” formulas:
J. D. Robinson Formula (1983)
      52 kg + 1.9 kg per inch over 5 feet       (man)
    49 kg + 1.7 kg per inch over 5 feet       (woman)
D. R. Miller Formula (1983)
      56.2 kg + 1.41 kg per inch over 5 feet       (man)
    53.1 kg + 1.36 kg per inch over 5 feet       (woman)
G. J. Hamwi Formula (1964)
      48.0 kg + 2.7 kg per inch over 5 feet       (man)
    45.5 kg + 2.2 kg per inch over 5 feet       (woman)
B. J. Devine Formula (1974)
      50.0 + 2.3 kg per inch over 5 feet       (man)
    45.5 + 2.3 kg per inch over 5 feet       (woman)
The World Health Organization (WHO) Recommended Healthy BMI Range
    18.5 – 25 for both man and woman
The Ideal Weight Calculator provides the results of all the formulas above for your best benefit.
All the formulas above are for adults, age 18 or older. For children and teens, please refer to the following weight charts published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

Four Meets at Once this Weekend for Philippine Athletics / Sports

This Weekend there will be a fromage of Athletic meets around the country. Three of these are multi-sports festivals.
Taking place:
  1. PATAFA Weekly Relays in Pasig (a program of PATAFA and the PSC) (*Athletics Only)
  2. Milo Little Olympics in Laguna (a program of Milo & DEPED) (16 and under athletes)
  3. University Games in Bacolod (a program of CHED)
  4. Batang Pinoy in Koronadal (a program of POC and PSC)
Pinoy Athletics will be providing coverage from these meets. With people on site.
Andrew Pirie
ATFS Statistician and agreed to work together to support local Sports Communities and events

I had the opportunity to meet with Mr. Pow Salud the founder  of Sports.

Mr. Salud working expertise in Sales and Marketing and his input and advise will greatly benefit the projects of

Working with  the #1 Sports Blog in the country right now will greatly increase and help both websites with their goals. Together we will help further promote local sports in the Philippines.

“I think that this partnership will benefit both parties and help further promote Athletics in the Philippines. – Andrew Pirie”

” believes that  aside from basketball, boxing and other mainstream sports, local Sports athletes and other sports events such as track and field should also be given enough exposures. We are certainly open to helping and other sports by providing them a platform and the audience to promote. Our team is excited to work with Andrew’s team. – Pow Salud”


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  4. has multiple contributors and writers from professionals, amateur and hobbyist, all of them are sports fanatics.
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  6. Pinoyathletics will certainly provide more diversity and robust statistics in Track and Field and other related sports to 
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