James D. ‘Doc’ Bishop, 81, Brookville

first_imgJames D. ‘Doc’ Bishop, age 81, of Brookville, Indiana died Wednesday, October 3, 2018 at the Brookville Healthcare Center in Brookville.Born April 30, 1937 in Franklin County, Indiana he was the son of the late James W. & Ethel M. (Roberts) Bishop. He had worked at the former D & M in Connersville, Indiana for many years. In his leisure time he enjoyed gardening and working in his yard, as well as country & bluegrass music.Survivors include two children, Darrell Scott (Denise) Bishop of Brookville, Indiana and Kimberly Levi of Versailles, Indiana; a sister Betty (Herb) Murray of Brookville, Indiana; three grandchildren, Chassity Robison of Nashville, Tennessee, Cheyenne Mantooth of Dunkirk, Indiana and Cory James Bishop of Brookville; one great-grandchild, Addyson Mantooth.In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a sister, Imogene Marcum; and four brothers, Willam Bishop, Sam Bishop, Glen Bishop, and Jerry Bishop.Family & friends may visit from 10:00 until 11:00 A.M. on Monday, October 8, 2018 at Phillips & Meyers Funeral Home, 1025 Franklin Ave., Brookville.Funeral Services will be conducted at 11:00 A.M. on Monday, October 8, 2018 at Phillips & Meyers Funeral Home, burial will follow in Maple Grove Cemetery in Brookville.Memorial contributions may be directed to a charity of the donors choice. Phillips & Meyers Funeral Home is honored to serve the Bishop family to sign the online guest book or send personal condolences please visit www.phillipsandmeyers.com .last_img read more

Sondre Norheim’s late goal the only spark in Syracuse’s 1-1 draw with Colgate

first_img Published on September 24, 2018 at 11:16 pm Contact Eric: [email protected] | @esblack34 Facebook Twitter Google+ Hugo Delhommelle dribbled the ball to the left of the goal just outside the penalty box as he scanned for options. The senior, who’d already assisted on Syracuse’s lone goal of the game, spotted Ryan Raposo streaking down the field on the other side of the box undetected by the Colgate defenders. Delhommelle’s service was perfect, finding Raposo’s right foot as the freshman midfielder wound up for the potential game-winning shot.He’d gotten too much underneath the ball, though, sending it just above the crossbar of the goal. The ball flew into the netting behind the goal and fell to the ground innocently. Raposo landed just inside the penalty box and fell to the ground in despair.For the second straight game, the Orange (3-3-1, 0-2-0 Atlantic Coast) failed to find a spark on offense and missed out on numerous opportunities despite outshooting its opponent. SU tried different formations and rotations and even introduced new players to the lineup, but all of its attempts to get something going offensively failed. It took a goal in the 77th minute by a defender, Sondre Norheim, for Syracuse to salvage a draw against the Raiders (4-1-4, 0-0-1 Patriot).“We need to be able to score goals anytime,” Delhommelle said. “That’s what we’re missing right now…Because we have the opportunities, every single game we out-shoot teams. That means something.”As opposed to Friday’s loss against Virginia in which the Orange played the Cavaliers even in the first half and dominated in the second, Syracuse had control throughout the game on Monday. A 5-3 lead in shots after halftime increased to a 13-9 advantage by the end of the game, but aside from Norheim’s goal, SU came up empty time after time.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textSyracuse head coach Ian McIntyre suggested that the Orange wasn’t at 100 percent after Friday’s game, leading him to make changes to his rotations.“These are tough games to turn around,” McIntyre said about Monday games following Friday contests. “We weren’t firing on all cylinders. We got some tired legs.”Fifteen minutes into the game, Djimon Johnson moved to the backline to add a fourth defender to the lineup on the field. Fifteen minutes later, three substitutions were made, one of which was Julio Fulcar, who made his college debut.Fulcar failed to record a stat but provided the Orange with fresh legs, something that was just as meaningful on Monday.“Getting fresh feet on the pitch is always a good way to bring energy to the game,” Norheim said. “(We) needed energy in our attacks.”Syracuse’s fatigue from the weekend meant Norheim’s goal to tie was that much more important after falling behind early like the Orange has been prone to do this season. Considering the fact that the sophomore is a defender and normally not an attacking player, the goal is only magnified.It came off a set piece on the left half of the field and another accurate free kick set-up by Delhommelle. Norheim set up near the far post just outside the six-yard box and barely had to move, heading the ball just enough to change its direction into the back of the net.It was the pinnacle of what McIntyre believed was an ‘outstanding’ day for Norheim, who played all 110 minutes.“Being next to him, seeing him flying forward,” Delhommelle explained, “I said, ‘Okay, go ahead Sondre. Go have fun. I’ve got your back.’”Norheim’s play was certainly the main takeaway from the contest and may very well be expected moving forward as he transitions into more of an attacking role. But it’s likely one of the only positives the Orange can take from Monday’s game.After ‘outplaying’ its opponent but failing to capture the win for the second-straight game, Syracuse is still looking to find consistency as the season reaches its midpoint. Positives looking back at the past couple games are scarce, but the Orange is optimistic looking forward.“We just need this click during the season,” Delhommelle said. “I thought today would have been the day. We’re still looking for it, but it’s gonna come.” Commentslast_img read more

Fly Jamaica crash-lands at CJIA after encountering hydraulic issues

first_img– 10 passengers hospitalised– firefighters arrested for theftA Boeing 757 aircraft operated by Fly Jamaica crash-landed at the Cheddi Jagan International Airport, Timehri, East Bank Demerara, in the wee hours of Friday thus resulting in at least 10 people being medically examined.The airplane carrying 118 adults, along with two infants and an 8-member crew, took off from the Cheddi Jagan International Airport at about 02:10h but after sometime, the aircraft encountered hydraulic problems and as such, returned to Timehri where it crash-landed. The aircraft was destined for Toronto, Canada.All passengers and crew members onboard were accounted for but officials have confirmed that five passengers suffered spinal injuries which is not life threatening.At least two other passengers are suffering from hypertension and one is said to be receiving attention for a heart related ailment. The other passengers were taken to a secured facility in the airport and their respective family members wereThe crashed aircraft at CJIA on Fridaycontacted.Most of the passengers were subsequently transported to their home or hotels while arrangements are being finalised with Caribbean Airline to transport some to Canada as soon as possible. Moments after the aircraft crash-landed, the Control Tower reportedly contacted the Duty Officer and the Guyana Fire Service.According to Chief Executive Officer of the Airport, Ramesh Ghir, the Emergency Response Plan was immediately activated. The passengers were assisted in the deplaning process and taken to safety.All onboard accounted forAt a press conference on Friday, Public Infrastructure Minister David Patterson explained that a preliminary investigation has been launched into the accident. He nevertheless reiterated that all the passengers and crew are accounted for while noting the passengers were of various nationalities including Pakistani, Canadian, American, Trinidadian and Guyanese.Six of the eight crew members are all Guyanese, he added. He also noted that a few passengers would have received minor injuries as they were being taken off the aircraft.On this note, Chief Medical Officer Shamdeo Persaud confirmed that seven of the 10 people were referred to the Georgetown Public Hospital after being attended to at the Diamond Diagnostic Centre. Two remained at the East Bank medical facility and are being treated.Another seven were seen by medical personnel at the Cheddi Jagan International Airport. He added that the injuries received were not life threatening. “However, we still will look at the results especially the people with the spinal injury… these are some of the expected injuries when you slide…,” he added.The health ports are however making sure that those who are in need of medication receive same.InvestigationThe accident has definitely called for an investigation and according to Director General of the Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA), Edberg Fields, a specialist has been appointed by Minister Patterson to overlook the investigation.Paula McAdam, he noted, will be assisted by members of the GCAA and will soon be joined by a member of the National Transport Safety Board (NTSB).The person, Field told the media, is expected to be briefed on the preliminary findings. Nevertheless, the Director General explained that the Fly Data Recorder, known as the “Black Box” as well as the Cockpit Voice Recorder were secured and will be sent to the NTSB as soon as possible to be decoded.These two pieces of equipment, he added, are important to determine what transpired on the morning of November 9, 2018. Up to the time of the press conference, the GCAA official posited that the pilots were not questioned about the incident.When questioned about the condition of the aircraft, Field related that he did not have a chance to speak with the operators with respect to maintenance and could not say if the hydraulic system had some issues before takeoff.As it relates to securing the aircraft, Police Commissioner Leslie James assured that there are enough Police ranks and soldiers at the site to prevent anyone from going close to the aircraft. He added that the Guyana Defence Force has also chipped in with protection.In addition, the baggage hole was cleared and the bags were handed over to their respective owners.TheftMeanwhile, several firefighters are being questioned by the Guyana Police Force after they were accused of stealing personal items from the captain and crew members. The theft occurred while the firemen were assisting in the evacuation of the passengers after the airplane crash landed on Friday.Fire Chief Marlon Gentle confirmed that some of the stolen items such as electronic devises were returned by one of the men. In addition, other items were recovered at the Timehri Fire Station. Gentle told media operatives that the police have taken over the investigations and those found culpable will face he full blunt of the law.In 2016, an incoming Caribbean Airlines Limited (CAL) flight had struck a Fly Jamaica airplane that was parked at the Cheddi Jagan International Airport.It was later confirmed that the right wing of the CAL plane knocked the tail cone of the Fly Jamaica aircraft which was parked. It was reported that the CAL flight was arriving from New York, while the Fly Jamaica plane was being prepared for boarding.Back in 2011, a Boeing 737 – 800 aircraft owned by Caribbean Airlines split into two after it veered off the runaway at the Cheddi Jagan International Airport.An investigation revealed that “the probable cause of the accident was that the aircraft touched down approximately 4700 feet beyond the runway threshold, some 2700 feet from the end of the runway, as a result of the captain maintaining excess power during the flare and upon touching down, failure to utilise the aircraft’s full deceleration capability resulted in the aircraft overrunning the remaining runway and fracturing the fuselage.”last_img read more

LIST: Philippine delegation in 2017 Southeast Asian Games

first_imgTremedal, Rogelio Miguel – recurve individual / recurve team / recurve mixed teamVicencio, Joseph Benjamin – compound individual / compound team / compound mixed teamConcepcion, Niron Brylle – compound individual / compound team / compound mixed teamDela Cruz, Paul Marton – compound individual / compound team / compound mixed teamJavier, Mark – recurve individual / recurve team / recurve mixed teamMatan, Florante – recurve individual / recurve team / recurve mixed teamMoreno, Luis Gabriel – recurve individual / recurve team / compound mixed teamYap, Earl Benjamin – compound individual / compound team / compound mixed teamWomen’s Biduare, Pia Elizabeth Angela – recurve individual / recurve team / recurve mixed teamCojuangco, Amaya Amparo – compound individual / compound team / compound mixed teamTagle, Nicole Marie – recurve individual / recurve team / recurve mixed teamChan, Jennifer – compound individual / compound team / compound mixed teamConcepcion, Kim – compound individual / compound team / compound mixed teamHongitan, Kareel Meer – recurve individual / recurve team / recurve mixed teamTindugan, Abbigail – compound individual / compound team / compound mixed teamYbañez, Mary Queen – recurve individual / recurve team / recurve mixed team Women’s Men’sCaluag, Christopher John – BMXCorpuz, Mervin Barnachea – track (scratch race / ominum)Caluag, Daniel Patrick – BMXPerez, Dominic – road (individual mass start / criterium / team time trial)Oconer, George – road (individual mass start / criterium / team time trial)Aquino, Jerry Jr. – road (individual mass start / criterium / team time trial)Mier, John Renee – road (individual mass start / criterium / team time trial)Felipe, Marcelo – road (individual mass start / criterium / team time trial)Galedo, Mark John Lexer – road (individual mass start / criterium / team time trial)Oranza, Ronald Nozuelo – road (individual mass start / criterium / team time trial)Lim, Rustom – road (individual mass start / criterium / team time trial)Boots, Ryan Cayubit – road (individual mass start / criterium / team time trial)Women’sSalamat, Marella Vania – road (individual mass start / criterium)Fines, Sienna Elaine – BMXEQUESTRIAN Men’sLinao, Angelo Louise – overall / wakeboardGriffin, Mark – wakeboard team mixed / wakeboardWomen’sSelga, Maiquel Jawn – wakeboard team mixed / wakeboard Men’s TeamBuarao, OliverCasapao, SherwinsonForio, Jhunar ReiGalicia, Christian LowellGonzales, Jonas KennethGuinto, John-El Marvin LianzaMarasigan, Juncent CJNaz, CelfinPecho, Reiger CliffordTambot, Nevie John ArvinVillagomez, Arvin G.Women’s TeamCalayo, Dyran JoyCastillo, Maria PaulynDelos Santos, KyleDumaplin, Paula JeanObasa, JevilynRasing, Denizelle AnnRetodo, KlarynSantos, Kristine ElaineSebastian, Yarra AustineSuarez, Edelyn Pantano Men’sLouie, Brennan Wayne – foil individualNavarro, Donnie Arth – sabre individualBrando, Eric II – sabre individualPerez, Nathaniel – foil individualJose, Noelito Jr. – epee individualPerez, Reynaldo Jr. – epee individualWomen’sDel Rosario, Clichelleyn – sabre individualAbella, Hanniel – epee individualRaguin Harlene – epee individualNicanor, Jylyn – sabre individualEsteban, Maxine Isabel – foil individualCatantan, Samantha Kyle – foil individual Women’s TeamCodinera, Ana TheresaCenarosa, Ana TheaDomino, Katryna RoseDoqueza, DianaEspina, LeanneEstacion, AnjelicaIp, Meilyn GuerraJapone, Eunice Krisma AnnLozada, GhiaSeño, Cathlyn JaneVentura, Eliezza DianneAquino, Teresa Angeline World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games PLAY LIST 02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students03:07PH billiards team upbeat about gold medal chances in SEA Games01:37Protesters burn down Iran consulate in Najaf01:47Panelo casts doubts on Robredo’s drug war ‘discoveries’01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games MOST READ Colonia,  Nestor – 56 kilograms Men’s TeamFEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutout Men’s Men’sPatricio, Carmelo Jr. – kumite (team)Dagohoy, Engene Stoner – kumite (team)Macaalay, Jayson Ramil – kumite (60 kilograms / team)Badil, John Michael Vincent – kumite (75 kilograms / team)Bejar, John Paul – kumite (55 kilograms / team)Delos Santos, Orencio James – kata (individual)Tacay, Rexor – kumite (67 kilograms / team)Afif, Sharief – kumite (+75 kilograms / team)Women’s WOMEN’S TEAMMelgar, AJ – group exercise (single apparatus / mixed apparatus) / team eventCaluscusin, Jean – group exercise (single apparatus / mixed apparatus) / team eventLoretizo, Katrina – group exercise (single apparatus / mixed apparatus) / team eventMedina, Drilon Marian Nicolle – group exercise (single apparatus / mixed apparatus) / team eventCantero, Mary Andrea Arielle – hoop / ball / ribbon / individual all-around / team eventOrella, Nichole Gabriel  – hoop / ball / ribbon / individual all-around / team eventCornel, Reyna Jean  – hoop / ball / ribbon / individual all-around / team eventSabio, Shieldannah – group exercise (single apparatus / mixed apparatus) / team event Corpus,Carl Jano – individual / teamMagcalayo, Jolo Timothy – individual / teamWong, Luigi Paolo – individual / teamZaragosa, Ruperto III – individual / teamWomen’sGo, Lois Kaye Lo – individual / teamConstantino, Harmie Nicole – individual / teamQuintinilla, Gabasa Junia Louise – individual / team Men’sCoveta, Geylord – windsurfing RS oneTayong, Lester Troy – international 470Balladares, Ridgely – international 470Villena, Emerson – international 470Cruz, Rubin Jr. – laser standardMadlos, Morris Lann – laser radialDalanon, Janno – international 420 (U19)Lumapas, Jeanson – international 420 (U19)Balangue, Dazer – optimist U16Women’sNapa, Charizzane – windsurfing RS oneDurana, Jerene – international 470Belmonte, Alaiza Mae – international 470 Men’s TeamAmer, Baser CalaCruz, Carl BryanFerrer, KevinJose, Raymar,Paras, Kobe LorenzoParks, Bobby Ray Jr.Pessumal, Von RolfeRavena, Kiefer IsaacRosario, Jeth TroyStandhardinger, Christian KarlTolomia, Cris MichaelVosotros, AlmondWomen’s TeamAbaca, AracelieAlmazan, AnalynAniman, Jack DanielleBernardino, AfrilCabinbin, France MaeCastro, ClareDy, Raiza RoseLim, Allana MayPontejos, JanineResultar, CindySambile, CamilleTongco, Marizze Andrea Beja Men’sKohagura, Kohei – 81 kilogramsNakano, Keisei – 73 kilogramsNakano, Shugen – 66 kilogramsWomen’sSy, Sydney – 78 kilogramsWatanabe, Kiyomi – 63 kilogramsTakahashi, Mariya – 70 kilograms Men’s Dagpin, Christopher – triplesGuarin, Curte Robert – foursAbatayo, Elmer – singlesPortacio, Emmanuel – foursMercado, Hommer – triplesCarreon, Leoncio Jr. – foursPancho, Marcelito – pairsAngelo, Morales – 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Claire Men’s Cayanan, Carlos Antonie – doublesMorada, Alvin – doubles / mixMagnaye, Peter Gabriel – doublesEscueta, Philip Joper – doublesWomen’sLeonardo, Alyssa Ysable – doubles / mixBarredo, Sarah Joy – singles / doubles Men’sCapellan, Reyland Yuson – floor / pommel horse / ring / vault / parallel bar / high bar / team eventFortunato, Abad IV – floor / pommel horse / ring / vault / parallel bar / high bar / team eventLopez, Albert Tristan – floor / pommel horse / ring / vault / parallel bar / high bar / team eventTimbang, Jan Gwynn Decena – floor / pommel horse / ring / vault / parallel bar / high bar / team eventVergara, John Matthew Villar – floor / pommel horse / ring / vault / parallel bar / high bar / team eventWomen’sDe Guzman, Kaitlin Cera Lianne – floor / vault / uneven bar / balance beam / team eventEvangelista, Katrina Marie – floor / vault / uneven bar / balance beam / team eventOnofre, Ma. Cristina – floor / vault / uneven bar / balance beam / team eventHermoso, Mariana Josefa – floor / vault / uneven bar / balance beam / team event Men’sAnota, Mico – 10 kilometerTeodoro, Roy Canete Jr. – 10 kilometerWomen’sADVERTISEMENT Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH Men’sAl-Shajjar, Basil Hasan – snooker singlesBarbero, Alvin – snooker doublesBiado, Carlo – pool 9-ball singlesChua, Johann – pool 9-ball singlesReyes, Efren Bata – English billiards singles / English billiards doublesDela Cruz, Francisco – English billiards singles / English billiards doublesRoda, Jefrey – snooker singles / snooker doublesKiamco, Warren – pool 9-ball doublesOrcollo, Dennis – pool 9-ball doublesWomen’sCenteno, Chezka – pool 9-ball singlesAmit, Rubilen – pool 9-ball singles WATCH: Streetboys show off slick dance moves in Vhong Navarro’s wedding Men’sAbad, Alfau Jan – seni gandaAbad, Almohaidib – seni tunggal / seni gandaDel Rosario, Juryll – tanding class I (85 to 90 kilograms)Ballesta, Juanillio II – tanding class H (80 to 85 kilograms)Eluna, Solomon – tanding class G (75 to 80 kilograms)Bueno, Raymund – tanding class F (70 to 75 kilograms)Acat, Jhon Paul – tanding class E (65 to 70 kilograms)Loon, Jefferson Rhey – tanding class D (60 to 65 kilograms)Ortega, Rick-Rod – tanding class C (55 to 60 kilograms)Abad, Jaciren – tanding class B (50 to 55 kilograms)Dumaan, Dines – tanding class A (45 to 50 kilograms)Women’sRegalado, Cherry – seni tunggalEnopia, Princesslyn – tanding class A (45 to 50 kilograms)Asmad, Mutmainna – tanding class B (50 to 55 kilograms) LOOK: Venues for 2019 SEA Games Samonte, Erica Celine – kumite (team)Tsukii, Junna – kumite (50 kilograms / team)Madrona, Kimverly – kumite (team)Soriano, Mae – kumite (55 kilograms / team)Tacay, Miyuki – kumite (68 kilograms) UPLB exempted from SEA Games class suspension Abnel, AmiladjidGonzales, AdanSerrano, Juan PaoloMacGyver, ReyesValdez, Mark JerwinYu, Matthew RoyceAnota, MicoAlamara, MummarSalonga, Reynaldo Jr.Romark Johnson, BeloTani Gomez, Jr.Cañete, Teodoro Roy Jr. Men’sPangan, Alvin – team doubles / chinlone (linking / nonrepetition)Escote, Emmanuel – team doubles / chinlone (linking / nonrepetition)Huerte, Jason – regu / doubles / team doublesJumawan, Joeart – team doubles / chinlone (linking / nonrepetition secondary)Lee, John Carlo – chinlone (linking / nonrepetition secondary)Morcillos, John Jeffrey – team doubles / chinlone (linking / nonrepetition)Bobier, John John – chinlone (linking / nonrepetition secondary)Gonzales, Mark Joseph – regu / doubles / team doublesOrtouste, Rheyjey Cabogoy – regu / doubles / team doublesPabriga, Regie Reznan – team doubles / chinlone (linking / nonrepetition secondary)Catana, Rhemwil – team doubles / chinlone (linking / nonrepetition secondary)Gabayeron, Ronsited – regu / chinlone (linking / nonrepetition secondary)Women’sCarloman, Kristel – regu / doublesMangubat, Lhaina Lhiell – reguLopez, Mary Ann – regu / doublesRizzalyn, Amolacion – reguSucalit, Jean Marie – regu / doublescenter_img Gregorio, Jay Harold – 67 to 71 kilogramsPolosan, Jonathan – 63.5 to 67 kilogramsMarques, Khen Johnson – 51 to 54 kilogramsDelarmino, Phillip – 54 to 57 kilogramsJakiri, Ryan – 60 to 71 kilograms Men’s ADVERTISEMENT Men’s TeamHitch, ChristopherCoveney, Justin ThomasRamsden, Andrew DavidHarrison, Philip BlakeYoung, Vincent FrancisLynch, Jason RitchieMorris, HarryHernandez, Edlen Gil RobertHolgate, Gareth LeslieMadrona, JonelAragon, Joshua MikaelRouse, Jay-VolneyWomen’s TeamYu, Dixie StarTudoc, SylviaSan Juan, Angella CamilleSalinas, MadilleSales, RassielOno, AiumiMaslo, Camilla MaryamIndigne, Helena RoxanneHonoras, Kaye LlanieGamba, GelanieBird, Tanya LouiseLareda, Jocefine Men’sParantac, Daniel – compulsory 3rd taijiquan / optional taijijianCatolico, Norlence Ardee – optional changquan / optional dao shu + gun shunSayan, Thornton, Quieney Lou – optional nanquan / optional nandao + nan gunWomen’sWong, Agathan Chrystenzen – compulsory 3rd taijiquan / optional taijijianMacuha, Kimberly – optional changquan / optional jianshu (sword) / optional qiang shu (spear) Men’sMasumbol, Arnulfo – triplesSamia, Aristides – singlesCamingal, Jhasfer Gamis – triplesSangalang, Angelo Joseph – triplesWomen’sMunar, Mary Grace – doublesCasem, Gema – doubles Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Men’sPelino, David William – doubles / team / jumbo / mixed doublesYam, Juan Rafael – doubles / team / jumbo / mixed doublesBegornia, Reymark – singles / doubles / team / jumbo / mixed doublesGarcia, Robert Andrew – singles / doubles / team / jumbo / mixed doublesWomen’sGotuaco, Isabelle – singles / team / jumbo / mixed doublesAribado, Jemyca – singles / doubles / team / jumbo / mixed doublesArebado, Joan – teamDalida, Yvonne Alyssa – doubles / team / jumbo / mixed doubles SEA Games in Calabarzon safe, secure – Solcom chief Men’sAlcantara, Arven – kyorugi (under 68 kilograms)Mella, Dustin Jacob – poomsae (team)Agojo, Francis Aaron – kyorugi (under 58 kilograms)Morrison, Samuel Thomas – kyorugi (under 74 kilograms)Mella, Raphael Enrico – poomsae (team)Reyes, Rodolfo Jr. – poomsae (individual / team)Women’sAragon, Rhezie Canama – kyorugi (under 53 kilograms)Ninobla, Jocel Lyn – poomsae (team)Crisostomo, Juvenille Faye – poomsae (team)Alora, Kirstie Elaine – kyorugi (under 73 kilograms)Lopez, Pauline Louise – kyorugi (under 62 kilograms)Babanto, Rinna – poomsae (team) Men’sAlcantara, Francis Casey – doubles / mixed doublesGonzales, Ruben Jr. – singles / doublesHuey, Treat Conrad – doubles / mixed doublesPatrombon, Jeson – singles / doublesWomen’sDy, Denise – doubles / mixed doublesIglupas, Khim – doubles / mixed doublesLenhert, Katharina Melissa – singles / doublesPatrimonio, Anna Clarice – singles / doubles Men’sAdasa, Japheth – doubles / teamGonzales, Richard – singles / doubles / teamJacolo, Ryan Rodney Abellara – doubles / teamNayre, Jann Mari – singles / doubles / team / mixed doublesSeronio, Isaias – mixed doublesWomen’sBalatbat, Sendrina Andrea – singles / doublesDael, Emy Rose – doubles / team / mixed doublesFadol, Rose Jean – singles / doubles / teamSy, Jamaica Dianne Go – doubles / team / mixed doubles Read Next Men’sAng, Eric – skeet individualTopacio, Hagen Alexander – trap individualValdez, Jayson – 10-meter air rifle / 50-meter rifle 3 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relay) / field (long jump)Sunang, Marestella – field (long jump)Atienza, Narcisa – track (heptathlon)Buenaventura, Riezel – track (4 x 100 meter relay / 4 x 400 meter relay)Villarito, Rosie – field (pole vault)Sumalpong, Reah Joy Pitogo – field (javelin throw)Tabal, Mary Joy Reyes – field (discuss throw)Nelson, Zion Rose – track (100 meters / 200 meters / 400 meters  / 4 x 100 meter relay / 4 x 400 meter relay) K-pop star Jung Joon-young convicted of gang rape, spycam crimes Abiera, Ruth Desiree – Duet technical routinePacheco, Aaliyah Isabel – Solo free routineSalvador, Allyssa Marey – Duet technical routine / Duet free routineTiambeng, Jemimah Nissi – Solo technical routine / Duet free routine Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC Men’s TeamAbdilla, AlnakranDela Cruz, Asia GenuelCastel, BonjomarBagunas, Bryan BerroyaCabaron, Alden Dave GabunadaDolor, Gregorio BudolloRamos, Herschel RonaldKalinging, JackDe Guzman, John VicAlfafara, Mark GilFuentes, ReysonTaneo, Relan LaranangWomen’s TeamMarano, AbigailPontillas, AizaSantiago, Alyja DaphneValdez, AlyssaLazaro, Dennise MichelleMolina, Frances XiniaCasugod, GeneveveGonzaga, JovelynFajardo, KimOrtiz, Maika AngelaReyes, Mika AereenDimaculangan, Rhea Katrina LATEST STORIES Men’sAlcazaren, Anton Jose – singles / doubles / trios / team five / masters / mixed doublesChuna, Kenneth – singles / doubles / trios / team five / masters / mixed doublesCu, Kevin oliver – singles / doubles / trios / team five / masters / mixed doublesJumapao, Jo-Mar Roland – singles / doubles / trios / team five / masters / mixed doublesMacatula, John Paule – singles / doubles / trios / team five / mastersTan, Mervin Matheiu – singles / doubles / trios / team five / masters / mixed doublesWomen’sArles, Maria Lourdes – singles / doubles / trios / team five / masters / mixed doublesCoronacion, Dyan Arcel – singles / doubles / trios / team five / mastersDel Rosario, Maria Liza – singles / doubles / trios / team five / masters / mixed doublesPosadas, Marian Lara – singles / doubles / trios / team five / masters / mixed doublesSy, Marie Alexis – singles / doubles / trios / team five / mastersTabora, Krizziah Lyn – singles / doubles / trios / team five / masters / mixed doubles Catriona Gray spends Thanksgiving by preparing meals for people with illnesses Men’sSyquia, Colin John Collins – show jumping individual / show jumping teamWomen’sChiara, Sophia Amor – show jumping individual / show jumping teamArroyo, Joker – show jumping individual / show jumping teamAyala, Maria Angelica – dressage individualLeviste, Marie Antonette – show jumping individual / show jumping team Courtney, MesGray, Courtney MelisaaLukang, Erica Kristy Men’sDeiparine, James – 100-meter Breaststroke / 50-meter BreaststrokeLacuna, Jessie Khing – 200-meter Freestyle / 400-meter FreestyleWomen’sAlkhaldi, Jasmine – 100-meter freestyle / 200-meter freestyle / 100-meter butterfly / 4 x 100 meter freestyle relay / 4 x 200 meter freestyle relay / 50-meter freestyle / 50-meter butterflyOliva, Nicole Justine Marie – 100-meter freestyle / 200-meter freestyle / 400-meter freestyle / 800-meter freestyle / 100-meter backstroke / 200-meter backstroke / 4 x 100 meter freestyle relay / 4 x 200 meter freestyle Relay / 4 x 100 meter medley relay / 50-meter backstrokeSanta Ana, Rosalee Mira – 400-meter freestyle / 800-meter freestyle / 200-meter butterfly / 4 x 200 meter freestyle relayPamintuan, Nicole Meah – 200-meter individual medley / 50-meter backstrokeYu, Roxanne Ashley – 100-meter backstroke / 200-meter backstrokeLipat, Maria Aresa – 100-meter freestyle / 50-meter freestyle SEA Games 7: Players to watch out for in basketball Men’sMartinez, Michael Christian – individual (figure)Alpe, Jules Vince – individual (figure)Women’sPerticheto, Alisson Krystle – individual (figure)Magno, Kathryn – speed (500 meters / 1,000 meters) Paalam, Carlo – 49 kilogramsSuarez, Charly – 64 kilogramsMarcial, Eumir Felix – 75 kilogramsBautista, Ian Clark – 52 kilogramsFernandez, Mario – 56 kilogramsTupas, Marvin John Nobel – 81 kilograms View comments Men’s TeamLapas, ChristianGadia, Daniel BernanLimbo, Dimitri LionelDe Bruycker, Dylan Alain LucienneCheng, Jaime VicenzoJarvis, Jordan BlairGayoso, Javier AugustineRocha, Jeremiah Raphael,Clarino, Julian MarianoBautista, Junell MarkBelgira, Kou IchiVillanueva, Nathaniel AceBalabat, NimrodJoyel, Ray JosephDe La Torre, Rey Franco MiguelCubon, ReymartCorsame, Roberto Jr.Talaroc, Richard Jr.Calvo, ValentinoKoizumi, YoshiharuWomen’s TeamBernal, Mea DemataoCastañeda, Anicka Chabeli ArrietaCastañeda, Sara Isobel ArrietaCollatos, Maeva Bella AbaoDel Campo, Alisha Claire MendozaDimaandal, Kyrhen Angela BretañaDolino, Alesa NazarenoImpelido, Patrice Mae San PedroInquig, Kayla Jan AragonesLong, Hali Moriah CandidoMadarang, Eva SilvaMahoney, Isabela Francesca MedallonMetillo, RegineNavaja, Irish OliverosPalacios, Inna Kristianne BezaRodriguez, Kathleen Camille 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