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KPI-Davao all set for Batang Pinoy National finals

KPI-Davao karatekas from the AAK-Davao (kneeling) John Philip Cagandahan, Robert Lawrence Avancena, Kyzzhia Navarro, Aldren Solon and Stephen Cartagena with coach Jeofrey Albarico will see action in the 2019 Batang Pinoy National Games. Also in photo are BIMP-EAGA karatekas Gabriel Quinones, Adrian Paul Ilaya and Julian Ramirez with KPI-Davao city director Chris Campomanes and KPI-XI Director Rommel Tan.
This story appeared on Page 21 of the August 21, 2019 issue of Mindanao Times. To download a copy, visit www.bit.ly/MindanaoTimes

Davao City – Karate Pilipinas Incoporated Davao Chapter is all set to compete in the 2019 Batang Pinoy National Championships in Puerto Princesa City, Palawan this August 25 to 31.

“It will be a lean but mean line-up and we hope we could bring home medals,” said Karate Pilipinas Incorporated Region XI director Rommel Tan.

Bannered by karatekas from the AAK (Association for the Advancement of Karatedo) Davao, KPI-Davao will pin its medal hopes on John Philip Cagandahan, Robert Lawrence Avancena, Kyzzhia Navarro, Aldren Solon and Stephen Cartagena with coach Jeofrey Albarico when they play in the Kata and Kumite events.

Team KPI-Davao took part on last Monday’s (August 12, 2019) Davao City Athletes and Coaches Recognition Night wherein they were acknowledged by Vice Mayor Sebastian Duterte and City Sports Development Division officer in charge Mikee Aportadera.

Members of Karate Pilipinas Incorporated-Davao who took part in the recent BIMP-EAGA Games pose with Davao City Vice Mayor Sebastian Duterte and Mikee Aportadera of the City Sports Development Division Office. In photo are karatekas Adrian Paul Ilaya, Gabriel Quinones, Julian Ramirez, KPI-Davao City director Chris Campomanes and KPI-XI Director Rommel Tan.

Joining them at the recognition rites were co-AAK Davao karatekas Gabriel Quinones, Adrian Paul Ilaya, Julian Ramirez and KPI-Davao city director Chris Campomanes who were also laud after impressive performances in the recent BIMP-EAGA Games.

Team KPI-Davao will be among the 10,000 atheletes, coaches, technical and delegation officials from all over the country expected to take part in the 31 sporting activities.

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