Pinoy team captures 6 golds, 2 overall champ awards in Guam international regatta

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Pinoy team captures 6 golds, 2 overall champ awards in Guam international regatta

  • Dragonboat
 
Philippine team SAG-1 dominated in the 4th Guam Thanksgiving Day Dragon Boat 
Festival held this weekend, November 23 and 24, in Guam, USA, besting eight teams from 
Guam, Singapore, Hong Kong, Japan, South Korea, and Taiwan.
 
The Filipino club crew took home a sweeping win with six gold medals and two overall champion awards for conquering all the events in the 200- and 400-meter distances that the team participated in.
 
The Philippine SAG-1 Dragon Boat Team brought home six (6) gold medals and two (2) overall champion awards after ruling in the 4th Guam Dragon Boat Thanksgiving Festival, held in November 23 and 24 in 
Guam, USA. The Filipino paddlers enjoyed a sweeping win as they finished first place in all the events that they took part in.
In the women's 200- and 400-meter small boat (12-seater) categories, the SAG-1 paddlers 
clocked in a cumulative time of two minutes, 25 seconds, and 54 milliseconds (2:25.54) 
and 5:30.04, respectively. Host Guam's team took second place in the 200-meter category 
at 2:28.07, while Hong Kong pocketed silver in the 400-meter event at 5:44.61.
The teams from Japan, Singapore, and Hong Kong nabbed podium finishes in the mixed 
200- and 400-meter standard (22-seater) races while Philippines’ SAG-1 surged to the top 
with registered total times of 2:02.46 and 4:41.27, respectively.PR