Friday, January 12, 2018

Tweet Scoop: Olympic Silver Medalist Hidilyn Diaz Shows Reason Why the Country Cannot Produce an Olympic Gold

Image courtesy of Twitter: diaz_hidilyn

82 comments:

  1. Malaking factor ang skill. Wag isisi lahat sa gamit.

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    1. Pano mo iimprove yung skills mo kung walang gamit. Weight lifting yung field nya so nasa gamit tlga para mag improve

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    2. Kung ganyan lang ang gamit pano ma eenhance ang skill?

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    3. Did you even get her point? Paano nga madedevelop yung skill kung yung mga gamit ng athletes eh 19 kopong kopong pa ginawa. Have you seen the facilities of other countries? Hndi mo alam na maliit lang ang suportang nakukuha ng mga athletes from the government.

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    4. Shunga. Weightlifting yan. Pano magkaka skill kung walang sapat na gamit?

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    5. Lol OLYMPICS pinag-uusapan hindi simpleng barangay league. Lahat ng kasali dun eh SKILLED. nagkakatalo na lang talaga sa TRAINING at support. Not everyone is a freak of nature like Pacquiao na kahit malnourished at underweight noon eh nagawan ng paraan sa NATURAL TALENT at skill. KUNG PAREHO KAYONG TALENTED AT MASIPAG pero yung kalaban mo kumpleto kain tulog gamit at suporta ng gobyerno at ikaw sa panahon pa ni cory ang mga gamit disadvantage ka na agad. Lalo na ngayon na ang laking factor na ng technology sa training ng mga athlete. Sa PELIKULA na lang nananalo ang underdog. Sa totoong buhay bad equipments and training facilities equals last place.

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    6. 12:16 congratulations!!! Nominated ka for shunga of the year.

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    7. Tsk tsk true. Nakikita nyo ba sa ibang bansa meron talagang institutuon ang sports nila they have modern equipments and backed up pa nang scientific research dito ang pondo ninanakaw lang instead na mapupunta sa mga athletes.

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    8. Not only about the equipmentsh but also the allowance and foods and nourishments given to our athletes. Sobra ng kawawa sila.

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    9. Ay teh paano ka makapagsulat kung walang papel, lapis o ballpen?

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    10. Dear Lord, another uneducated moron. Paano kung wala kang comupter pero me skills kang mag program? Makakaimprove ka ba?

      It's just sad. I wonder if there's a budget for this and if it's been used properly.

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    11. first comment pa naman tapos ang shunga

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    12. Nauna pa talaga magcomment ng kaengotan itong si 12:16. Bwahahahaha!

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    13. 12:51 100% agree!!!!

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    14. Anon 12:16, hinay hinay sa comment. Ako nahihiya for you eh, lol!

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    15. Malaking factor ang gamitin ang utak bago mag tweet.

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    16. Ewan ng comment.

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    17. Prang school lng yan, kht matalino k pero walng computer, pisara, libro at etc d uunlad kaalamsn mo.

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    18. feeling ko government employee si 12:16.

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    19. Ang tawa ko sa shunga of the year!!! Buset! Congrats 2:16

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    20. Ganito lang yan 12:16, may mga tulad mo na shunga pero may computer kaya naipapakita nila ang thoughts nila sa publiko, pero may mga pilipino din na may angking talino pero ni walang lapis o papel. Ayun, yung mga tulad mo tuloy ang nagthrive.

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    21. Ambilis talaga magcomment palibhasa hindi na nag-iisip.

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  2. Truth hurts.
    if stories are true, it was said that some of our athletes are engaging in paid sex to survive here in Manila.
    their living quarters are deplorable, I have seen.

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    1. Ay may ganyang stories pala? Parang wala naman kagandahan o kagwapuhan sa pro athletes natin. Hindi kagana-gana.

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    2. anon 12:31 ang bastos ng bibig mo.. di mo ba nakuha yung point nia? dahil walang budget.. walang allowance they end up doing THAT to sustain existence... WALA KANG UTAK

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    3. 12:31 Hahaha true. Kung meron lang sana hindi na nila problema ang pera. Baka sila pa ang kinuha ng mga energy drink, tuna, etc as their endorsers hindi yung mga pahealthy hippie celebrities.

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    4. Ang mga katulad nyo, 12:31 at 12:51, ang isa sa malalaking dahilan kung bakit namamayani ang kababawan sa bansang ito. Nakakalungkot kayo!

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    5. Sad but true, pero hindi naman lahat ng athletes.

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    6. Gusto ng pinoy magartista at beauty queen.

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  3. Sana magkaron tayo ng University for athletes

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    1. Truuuu!!! Parang sa Weightlifting Fairy. :)

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    2. Ang alam ko La Salle is offering scholarships to national atheletes when they retire. I'm not sure though..

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  4. Then pag nanalo saka kunware narrecognize ng presidente or kung sino man at kung ano ano iaaward na kala mo proud na proud at silang mga politiko ang naghirap at namuhunan. Hay grabe.

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    1. tataxan pa kamo. akala mo naman may naambag ang bansa natin sa trainings nila hahaha jusko!

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    2. My point is exactly. We are sorrounded by water hindi man lng tayo maka produce ng olympic swimmer, diver, surfer. My father was a fisherman we live near the sea bata p lng ako diver na pero walang support ng government na mag grow at ma build ung techniques kaya i ended up working in parlor.

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  5. Baka ma tetano pa athletes sa sobrang pagkaluma. Tsk.

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  6. Sino ba namumuno sa athletes? Bakit hindi bigyan ng pundo ng gobyerno

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    1. Mula nagkaisip ako ang alam ko si Peping Cojuangco. Correct me if I'm wrong

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    2. Yeah sya pa rin hanggang ngayon. Kung hindi kaya ipasa sa iba ang pamumuno

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    3. 12:55 meron na dapat kaso ayaw niyang ipasa ang korona mamshie and blamed the person for some corruption history daw.

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    4. Sa kalumaan ng facilities baka sobra na mahal i-maintain. Naisip ko pwede i-outsorce sa private like any gov project, pero siguradong may kikita sa bidding. As usual...

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  7. Iba lang talaga priority o interest ng gobyerno at private organizations.

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    1. Akala ko ba tutulungan ni Sen. Paquiao ang ating mga athletes. Nasaan na ang pangako?

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    2. Sayang kasi sports ang isang magandang tool para mailayo ang mga kabataan sa bisyo at illegal drugs. Sports can also teach the youth discipline and focus. At kung talagang magaling sila puwede ring makatulong para makapagtapos ng kolehiyo through scholarship. Kaya lang paano mangyayari yon kung mga mismong WORLD CLASS athletes natin hirap makakuha ng ADEQUATE support sa gobyerno.

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  8. Sadly, the Philippines will always be a third-world country. Buti na lang taga Dubai na ako.

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    1. Wala kaming pakialam sayo. Marami dito sa FP including me also lives abroad pero ang mindset namin di gaya mo.

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    2. Same here, 1:32. Been away for 2 decades pero I still have concern and hope for our mother country.

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    3. Wala kaming pake kung taga Dubai ka, dyan ka na lang at wag ka ng babalik ng Pinas! Haha I live in London pero di ganyan ugali ko at ng ibang readers dito.

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    4. Dubai? Hahahahahahaha

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    5. 1:13 kahit maging citizen ka pa ng kung saan mang bansa, hindi mo pa rin maitatago na Pilipino ka🙄🙄 and knowing arabs, they still look at you as “Asian”🙄🙄🙄

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    6. I thought walang permanent resident sa Dubai?

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    7. Mahiya ka ke Rizal!

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    8. Delayed naman at di kalakihan ang sweldo sa Dubai makapag promote ka naman! tse hahahaha

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    9. Hoy Dai! Dubai? Yung parang sardinas ang tirahan mo? Hahaha kung magmalaki ka sana hindi kalunos-lunos ang kalagayan mo.

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    10. Napaka yabang mo 1:13. Im sure din na kahit nasa Dubai ka, napaka third world pa din ng pag uugali mo. Tamang tama ang kasabihan sayo na “you can take the person out of the bario, but u can never take the bario out of the person”. Kung maka hamak ka ng Pilipinas wagas, sigurado akong astang alta ka pag dumadating ka dito sa third world na sinasabi mo. Kadiri ang ugali mo! Sadly, may mga Pilipino pa din pala na katulad mo.

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    11. Dubai? 😂 😂
      Anyways, I’m pretty sure you’re one of the many social climbers na kung makapanglait sa kapwa Pinoy eh kala mo they were born altas. Wag ka na bumalik dito sa Pinas, we don’t need you here 😝

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  9. Walang support pati sa private sector because they only like to support sports that we don't even stand a chance in - basketball, football, swimming. Kelan ba tayo nanalo sa mga sports na yan. Or yung mga companies will only support if glamourous ang atheletes like mga half pinoys na hindi mag succeed kung saan sila lumaki (UK, Australia) so sa pinas na lang sila pero kulelat pa rin.

    I feel bad for these athletes na nag succeed making do of what they have.

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    1. pinoys are stupid playing basketball. hello, u need height in order to play the game. di pa nag sisimula nasa disadvantage ka na 🤔🤔🤔.

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    2. 7:56 look beyond the surface. It is a distraction for the poor.

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    3. Naisip ko rin yan. Why don't we concentrate on sports na hindi kaylangan ng height? Like weightlifting, synchronized swimming, etc.

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    4. Ang dami kayang mga batang bundok naglalakad ng almost 2 hrs everyday papasok ng school na baket hindi i train mga yon maging race walker, cross country or trail runner or marathoner

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  10. tapos ang daming galit kay wesley so dahil nagpa US citizen to represent US in chess. eh bakit ba? wala naman syang nakukuhang suporta galing sa pinas. even yung mga competitions na sinasalihan nila eh kkb pa. kanya kanyang hanap ng sponsors para lang makapagcompete. look at efren "bata" reyes, madaming nag offer sa kanya noon na gagawin syang citizen para yung country nila ang irepresent pero hindi nya tinanggap, ano na sya ngayon? unlike sa athletes sa ibang bansa, sarap ng buhay after retirement.

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    1. I know, I somehow feel bad for Efren. He brought so much prestige to the country and got nothing in return :( , same with Paeng Nepomuceno, buti na lang mayaman na talaga si Paeng

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    2. Last year lang, efren reyes backed out of US tournament just because he couldn't shell out 5k usd for airfare and tournament fee, such a waste of talent and opportunity

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    3. Nakakalungkot naman yang balitang yan. Sana may nagsponsor sa kanya. Sobrang sayang :( 4:05

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  11. guys, nakita niyo ba yung training center ng mga gymnasts natin?? lalaki ang mga mata niyo sa kondisyon. parang anytime pwedeng bumigay ng mga poles at bar.

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    1. I'm surprised we even have gymnasts in the first place...

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  12. mga pinoy di pinapangarap magka gold sa olympics at nobel prize mahalaga lang sa pinas ang mga beauty pagent.

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    1. what an uncomfortable truth.

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    2. Mas mahalaga sa pinas may laman ang sikmura sarili muna bago bayan.

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  13. Sa pilipinas bihira ang athletes na pag nag retire eh comfortable ang buhay. Considering they represented the country and brought pride and glory. Kung tutuusin, yung desire to win nagdadala sa kanila kasi compared to other countries, ni walang sufficient budget and training facilities for Pinoy athletes.

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  14. Nakakahiya naman sa yo, mga tao walang makain. Umayos ka dyan!

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    1. so tahimik na lang ganun? tanggap na lang nang tanggap?

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  15. Beauty pageant nalang daw kasi Hidilyn

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  16. Nakaka lungkot talaga maka basa mga ganito.

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  17. Parang wala kasing vision ang Pilipinas. Ang mga magagaling nagaabroad. Kulang na kulang sa research and development, trainings and such. Tapos pag kailangan ng expert, foreigner ang ihhire.

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