117 MILITARY ATHLETES ITINALAGA NG AFP SA TOKYO OLYMPICS

Ni Trish Alcantara
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Nasa 117 sundalo ang inaprubahan ng AFP na magsisilbing athletes at coaches sa darating na Tokyo Olympics at 31st Southeast Asian Games.

Nasa 58 ang nanggaling sa Philippine Air Force, 19 sa Philippine Army, at 40 naman ang nagmula sa Philippine Navy.

Ipakakalat ang 117 military athletes sa mga palaro tulad ng athletics, badminton, basketball, baseball, boxing, cycling, judo, kurash, lawn bowls, muay, obstacle course, rowing, sailing, sambo, sepak takraw, softball, swimming, table tennis, triathlon, weightlifting, wrestling, at para sports.

Nagpapasalamat naman si Philippine Sports Commission (PSC) Chairman William Ramirez sa detailed service na itinalaga ng AFP sa Komisyon.

Magkakaroon ng pirmahan ng MOA ang PSC, AFP, Philippine Olympic Committee, at Philippine Paralympic Committee para sa “management, development, and training of identified and potential soldier-athletes” itong darating na Mayo 20.

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