General Public (Joggers, varsity other sports, walkers etc..)
Common sense needs to be applied and national coaches will need to instruct and direct the use of oval emphasizing track etiquette. Ultra Pasig Joggers
On Saturday night I had a very near run in with a jogger. I was doing 150s at Philippines Sports Complex (Ultra) in 16s/11s 100m pace. Me and my training partner were using lane 1 and 2 and our friends cleared lane 1 and 2 telling the joggers we were using these lanes (fast lanes) for sprints. Everyone hopped out of the lane. When we rounded the curve and came half way down the strait I notice one jogger who had earlier been told to clear the track by my friend had made his way back between lane 1 and 2 despite being told earlier to clear the lanes.
My friend had to ease down in the rep as the jogger was half way between our lanes, i yelled track and lane 1 3 times and my friend waved to him as he was wearing head phones. He acted like he didn’t hear me when he was wearing his head phones. In fact to my horror he moved from the outside to right in my lane. I had to slam the breaks down at top speed and was very lucky i didn’t rip my ham string. Even though he claimed he didn’t hear me “I didn’t know, I didn’t know” he clearly could hear me when i started screaming and cursing bad language at him because I’m lucky i didn’t get injured.
After this I filed an incident report to security.
The management at the track had not placed the fast lanes 1-4 and joggers stay in lane 5-8 lanes sign for some time. This has put the safety of the athletes highly at risk and Saturdays incident was a pure of example of what could happen as a result if instructions are not being followed.
Also the board with the rules on it at Ultra tells the joggers “stay in your designated lanes”. How are they supposed to know which lanes these are when management does not specify this?
I definitely expect the sign to be up their today when I head to ultra, i will be really annoyed if it isn’t.
i have nothing against joggers using the oval they have as much a right to work out as everyone else. However safety must come first. This is not only for the safety of the fast runners but also for the safety of the joggers. Joggers too are trying to stay fit but everybody safety should not be compromised because of this. When the signage goes back up there is no excuse to not follow the rules. I had a think about why the joggers are assigned the outside lanes before and the reason is this. If the fast runners are assigned outside lanes that means the joggers will have to walk past sprinters to get to their respective lanes, because its much safer for faster runners to pass by joggers to get to the inside lanes.
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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.
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.
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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