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SEA Games should include Bronze medal qualifiers

pinoyathleticspinoyathletics PEx Veteran ⭐⭐

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  • rac_enrollrac_enroll PEx Rookie ⭐
    Wala naman kaseng matinong planning at program ang Philippine Sports.
    Wala ring kakayahan ang Sports Officials ng bans ana idevelop ang mga atleta ng Pilipinas into world-class athletes, di katulad ng thailand, Malaysia, Vietnam, Singapore at indonesia.

    So in short, wala na rin talagang patutunguhan ang RP Sports
  • pilipinas1207pilipinas1207 PEx Rookie ⭐
    I think they're just making this so-called 'rift' a show but they're just letting the 2013 organizers to know they're all *****es for scrapping olympic sports (and putting worthless 'native' sports with super many gold medals at stake.) haha.
  • sana 50 athletes na lang pinadala ng RP.

    O kaya ang basketball team na lang. sure na 1 gold lang ang PH.
  • TheEndofDaysTheEndofDays PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    Nasa senate hearing mga taga PSC...

    Di masagot kung bakit U-23 football team wala sa SEA delegation kahit singko walang gagastusan ang gobyerno
    Wala rin volleyball na kahit nagpadala tayo ng team sa mga Asian tourneys
  • obvious na walang plano ang POC & PSC. basta't may masabi lang na may criteria sila, yun na. :lol:

    oras na para private entities na ang humawak ng sports. yes, NSAs are private orgs but they still rely on government funding, and most NSA heads are government officials. kung wala nang automatic funding, magkukumahog ang mga yan at hindi na lang aasa sa gobyerno ng pork. :lol:
  • I think they're just making this so-called 'rift' a show but they're just letting the 2013 organizers to know they're all *****es for scrapping olympic sports (and putting worthless 'native' sports with super many gold medals at stake.) haha.

    Correct, a lame excuse if you ask me. How come this is not an issue with countries like Vietnam, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia. Because they are all battle ready for the SEA Games and are capable of winning gold medals even if some sports are scrapped unlike the Philippines. :socool:

  • oras na para private entities na ang humawak ng sports. yes, NSAs are private orgs but they still rely on government funding, and most NSA heads are government officials. kung wala nang automatic funding, magkukumahog ang mga yan at hindi na lang aasa sa gobyerno ng pork. :lol:

    And majority of NSA heads are cronies of POC head Peping Cojuangco, whose entire family controls Philippine sports. The NSAs who do not support Peping are those with major private backers like boxing, basketball, football and athletics. :socool:
  • pinoyathleticspinoyathletics PEx Veteran ⭐⭐
    We need selection based on performance not personal opinion. National Ranking Lists. Results of NSA made public. That is my project

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    I also feel we have far too much emphasis on grass roots and need to start building elite leagues such as PBA, Shakeys VBall but it needs to spread into other sports. That way we have alot more talent to choose from and foster at local level so at international level we have a stronger team.

    The bigger our pyramid of depth the higher up our top guy/girl will be on the pyramid compared to the other countries.
  • Leagues would need money though. Only basketball, volleyball and football have leagues now, and only the first 2 have "pro" leagues all the way down to the scholastic level in most places in the country. Baseball has a national league too. Individual sports are murkier. Even sports like boxing rely on ABAP for most of the tournaments, save for the pro circuit which contributes zero to the national cause.

    At the very basic, NSAs should provide framework for the highest (pro level) and lowest (grassroots) levels of competition, with the "middle levels" provided by middlemen. In any case, several sports already have college championships around, so there's some competition at that level.
  • pinoyathleticspinoyathletics PEx Veteran ⭐⭐
    Yes but what about competitions for post collegiate athletes?? athletes graduate at 20 sometimes and dont peak till 25 when they are well out of college. You need take into account collegiate meets are restricted and not frequent enough sometimes only once a year.
  • But only the PBA is the full-fledged pro league in the country. Volleyball and football players still have day jobs. That's why the NSAs should be the ones themselves that setup these "first division" leagues. One example is baseball since they already have Baseball Philippines.

    These NSAs should be happy that college leagues still exist or else there won't be any recurring high-level competition at any level if those are gone.
  • Big companies support sports which are already strong.
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