Undoubtedly, the AFP and PNP can play a big role in the propagation of Philippine Sports. First, it can provide a sustainable career path for athletes who have the passion to propagate their respective sports. But more importantly, it has the potential to significantly upgrade the country’s overall sports programs through a comprehensive and systematic grassroots sports development program for the youth, thus helping create a healthier, more disciplined, and more physically and mentally-endowed society.
Lydia leaves behind an indelible mark that remains a source of national pride. Her inspiring journey to the top of her field would pave the way for the next generation of Filipinas – led by Hidilyn Diaz, Alyssa Valdez, Margilyn Didal, Nesthy Petecio, etc – ladies who also did not grow up with the proverbial silver spoon, to fight, to sacrifice, to work hard in order to achieve victory, not just in the sports arenas, but in life’s mightier struggles as well.
2021 has been a good year for Philippine Sports. We hope to see more and better results from our athletes in the year ahead. Given the leadership and the wise counsel from the PSC and the POC, we are more confident of the road up ahead.
What were the main ingredients that contributed to the winning ways of our athletes in the recent Olympics? There were many reasons ventured, but 2 points stood out as the main catalysts in the changing environment in Philippine Sports.
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The late great Nelson Mandela once said: “Sports has the power to change the world. It has the power to inspire. It has the power