Senate Resource Congratulates PH Delegation for ‘Outstanding Performance’ at SEA

Members of the Philippine team hold their national flag during the opening ceremony of the 31st Southeast Asian Games (SEA Games) at the My Day National Stadium in Hanoi on May 12, 2022.

Members of the Philippines, led by Paul Walter EJ Obina, hold their national flag at the opening ceremony of the 31st Southeast Asian Games (SEA Games) on May 12, 2022 at the My Day National Stadium in Hanoi. (Photo by Nhac NGUYEN / AFP)

MANILA, Philippines: A resolution has been tabled in the Senate congratulating the Philippine delegation for its “outstanding performance” at the 31st Southeast Asian Games.

Senator Lito Lapid on Monday filed PS Resolution 1007, outlining how the entire Philippine delegation “performed remarkably and admirably” during the SEA Games in Hanoi, Vietnam, May 12-22.

The resolution highlighted that Philippine athletes were able to win a total of 52 gold medals in the sporting event, featuring 40 sports in 526 events and participating in 11 countries, including more than 5,467 athletes.

“Despite the difficulties in training and preparing for an epidemic, the excellent performance of the entire Philippine delegation deserves the highest praise, recognition and appreciation for bringing pride and inspiration to the Filipino people and for showing it to the world. The relentless pursuit of Filipino excellence, ”read the resolution.

The Philippines won 52 gold, 70 silver and 104 bronze medals for the fourth place in the medal list of the 31st SEA Games.

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