Cebuanos resounded Philippine’s call to war of “We Win as One” as they ran behind SEA Games competitors, who were the torchbearers for the occasion, which guarantees that the fire of the SEA Games keeps on consuming as it spent by Cebu, Saturday.
Around 6,000 Cebuanos enlisted for the second leg of the 30th Southeast Asian Games Torch Run to show their help for the Filipino competitors who will contend in the biennial meet. Watch Sea Games live.
The torchbearers included SEA Games-bound and Cebu’s own one of a kind Andrew Kim Remolino, who will contend in the marathon; Tomas Romualdez, downhill skater; Sarah Pangilinan and OJ Delos Santos, who are karatekas.
Delos Santos, in any case, isn’t contending in the current year’s SEA Games as he neglected to qualify. He, be that as it may, has contended in the Kuala Lumpur release of the SEA Games and brought home an award.
The sprinkle didn’t prevent the Cebuanos from finishing the representative 5-kilometer run at South Coastal Road, which was introduced by a short program at past 4 p.m. The light run was finished at past 6 p.m.
PSC Commissioner and Deputy Chef de Mission Ramon Fernandez likewise called for genuine help and supplications for the Filipino competitors who will see activity in the SEA Games, which will be facilitated by the Philippines from November 30 to December 10.
The Philippines will have the greatest appointment at 1,868 separated to 1,115 competitors and 753 mentors. Beside the Philippines, 10 other Southeast Asian nations are contending in 530 occasions that contains 56 games.
Different nations contending are Indonesia, Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia, Myanmar, Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Brunei and Timor-Leste.
“There’s no more PSC, POC, Phisgoc. We are currently one, we are Team Philippines. The games and the national competitors might be a long way from us, however they need our ardent help and petitions),” said Fernandez.
Suzara, as far as concerns him, included that the accomplishment of the Team Philippines would depend on an aggregate exertion.
Representative Bong Go, who neglected to go to the occasion because of other significant matters, likewise sent his message which was transferred by Dino.
The Philippines got the Southeast Asian Games fire from 2017 host, Malaysia, in a handover service at the Bukit Jalil National Stadium in Kuala Lumpur a month ago.
From Malaysia, the brilliant light, conveying the SEA Games fire was brought to the Philippines last October 3.
The light hand-off arrangement commenced in Davao City, the old neighborhood of President Rodrigo Roa Duterte, early this month.
From Cebu, it will be brought to Manila. It will at that point be taken first to Tagaytay then back to Manila at the House of Representatives, the Senate and likely at the Malacañan Palace too.
The light will at that point be brought to Clark in Pampanga Province then to the Philippine Arena in Bocaue, Bulacan Province where the opening services of SEA Games will be held.