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World champs lead wushu competition
by Ofelia C. Empian

Homegrown world champions Faith Llana Andaya, Aleca Breana Dumseng, and Alieson Ken Omengan led wushu athletes in securing top finishes during the recent 2018 Wushu Regional Championship Games at the Baguio City National High School auditorium.

Andaya, a former World Junior Wushu Championship silver medalist, took home two gold medals in the one-day tournament backed by the Wushu Federation of the Philippines-Cordillera.

Andaya started her campaign with a gold medal in the short weapon nandao, daioshu, and jianshu female group Abesting Dumseng who settled for second while Jennifer Falag-ey settled for third.

She scored her second gold medal in the long weapon nangun, gunshu, qiangshu female group A defeating Roselyn Longboan and Ghiel Rhaisa Figueras, who settled for silver and bronze, respectively.

Dumseng, meanwhile, dominated the long weapon gunshu, qiangshu male/female group B category defeating Thomas Eugene Leung and Isaac Nathaniel Ugay.

Omengan, on the other hand, was a cut above the rest bagging the gold medal in the nan quan first and third set and freestyle male category while Ranyag Anthony Quitasol settled for silver, as Jose Angelo Delos Trinos snatched bronze.

Omengan was a gold medalist in the Asian Junior Wushu Championships in 2015 while Dumseng is also a silver medalist World Junior Wushu Championship.

In the short weapon daoshu, jianshu male/female group B, Leung bagged the gold while Shanaya Pascual and Isaac Nathaniel Ugay salvaged silver and bronze, respectively, as Jose Efren Paol Delos Trinos took home the gold medal in the short weapon nandao, daioshu, jianshu group A male with Jose Angelo Delos Trinos and Marvin Marcelo settling for silver and bronze.

The long weapon nangun, gunshu, qiangshu male group A category saw Jose Efren Paol Delos Trinos taking home the gold and Jesreal Ballaba and Marvin Marcelo winning silver and bronze in that order.

In the nan quan first and third set and freestyle female category, Ghiel Rhaisa Figueras bested Dumseng for the gold while Roselyn Longboan took the bronze.

Jose Efren Paol Delos Trinos took another gold medal in the changquan first and third set and freestyle male while Guiller Franz Bayongasan and Andrei Rey Albert settled for silver and bronze, as Beverly Soriano won the gold in the changquan first and third set and freestyle female with Grace de Africa and Jennifer Falag-ey bagging the silver and bronze.

In the 16 steps sword (jian) female, Sheran Dacanay, Mercylin Alexander and Maribel Garcia were the top three winners while in the 16 steps male category was topped by Adolfo Pinas with Wahab Saber settling for silver.

The 24 steps taiji male/female (three yrs old and above) saw Cesar Mercado winning the gold while Jim Valdellon and Mirabel Garcia bagging silver and bronze as Vera Jane Dulay was the first placer in the 24 steps  male/female for the 30 years old and above with Maria Alexandrya Artheia Pascual and Hans Lubguban settling for silver and bronze.

Cesar Mercado won the gold in the 42 steps taiji male (30 years old and above) with Christopher Canam and Wahab Saber salvaged silver and bronze while the 42 steps sword male/female category saw Mercylin Alexander winning the gold with Sheran Dacanay and Adolfo Pinas winning silver and bronze.

In the 42 steps taiji female (30 years old and above), Mercylin Alexander, Sofia Olat and Sheran Dacanay were the top three finishers. Rhealyn Banae edged Airol Mike Aronza and Jennifer Dazon for the gold in the taijian freestyle male/female.

 
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