Young athletes’ time to shine in Siklab Awards

The Philippine Star
Young athletes� time to shine in Siklab Awards
Alex Eala
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MANILA, Philippines — The future heroes of Philippine sports will be honored during the third Siklab Youth Sports Awards on Dec. 4 at the Market! Market! Activity Center, Ayala Malls, BGC in Taguig City.

Leading the awardees are double Asian Games bronze medalist Alex Eala of tennis, World Combat Games champion Alyssa Kylie Mallari of muay thai, weightlifting World Youth champion Prince Keil Delos Santos and 20 other athletes from various sports named as Go For Gold Siklab Young Heroes during the gala for the finest Filipino athletes 18 years old and younger.

Asian Youth double gold medalist Artegal Barrientos of bowling, gymnast Karl Eldrew Yulo, an Asian Championships junior silver medalist, and Southeast Asian Games gold medalists Kira Ellis and Matthew Hermosa will likewise headline the event organized by the PSC-POC Media Group in partnership with the Philippine Sports Commission and the Philippine Olympic Committee.

World champions Joseph Anthony Godbout of modern pentathlon, pitcher Erica Arnaiz of softball, muay’s Jan Brix Ramiscal and Asian Championships bronze medalist Jasmine Althea Ramildo of gymnastics will banner the Burlington Super Kids Award along with wrestling’s Lucho Aguilar, Trisha Mae del Rosario of obstacle sports and karate’s Sebastian Niel Mañalac.

Sharing the limelight during the awards night backed by MVP Sports Foundation, Smart/PLDT, CEL Logistics, JC Premiere, NLEX, Pacquiao 3-in-1 Coffee, Blue Hydra and Gilligan’s are Rising Stars awardees Christian Gian Karlo Tade and Mark Jay Bacojo of chess, archers Miel Mckenzie Cipriano, Miguel Carlos and Marc Dominic Collantes, Mico Villaran (athletics) and swimmer Julian de Kam.

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