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Wednesday, August 4, 2021

PH's Best Medal Haul, Summary of Incentives for PH Olympic Medal Winners


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76 comments:

  1. Wow!!! Tapos sasabihin ng iba walang support from govt, this is actually a proof na supported ang ating athletes, di man malaki like sa budget ng ibanh countries but definitely it is higher than the previous admins. Not a dds aa, just want to state facts

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    1. Lol. Kklk ka baks. Batas yan. Although mas malaki incrntives sa ibang asean countries

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    2. nasa law yang mga incentives hindi yan yung sinasabi na "support" from govt. ang sinasabi nila yung budget nila all throughout ng run nila sa Olympics from practice facilities, to coaches, food, clothing/uniform, medical insurance at iba pang financial assistance na need ng isang athlete na magcocompete sa olympics ay kulang. madalas sa sariling bulsa na galing mga pinambabayad nila sa mga coaches at pag rent ng studio para magpractice. mayghad research naman please para maeducate mo sarili mo 5:11 at hindi mo idisregard ang cry for support ng mga atleta natin.

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    3. Uy 5:12 karamihan dyan under MVP sports foundation duh.

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    4. @5:11 may pa facts ka pang nalalaman..halata ka namang dds

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    5. Educate yourself first on the difference between SUPPORT and INCENTIVE. Support is given during preparation while incentive is granted upon winning. Before and after po ito. Ang support kusang ibinibigay para katuwang sa preparasyon and ensayo. Ang incentive na yan ay nasa batas, sa ayaw nila or hindi kailangan ibigay ng gobyerno.

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    6. And anon 511 just wanted to state the facts :) clap clap clap!!!

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    7. batas yan na pintupad sa Pinoy administration.sa tinging mo gagawin yan sa present admin?budget nga sa training wala na.

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    8. Ang hinihingi, bigyan ng financial support during training pa lang,hindi yung after lang ng success gaya ng sabi ni Hidilyn sa interview.

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    9. Actually mababa pa nga yang incentives ng gobyerno. Isipin mo yung training na lang nila hanggang sa laban nila sa Olympics. Ang hirap maging athlete.

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    10. @6:09 duh rin PSC allocated 4.5M to Hidilyn alone for her overseas training duh… go check PSC and do a little googling… basa rin huwag masyadong blinded ng hate

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    11. Baklaaaa lol. hindi yan yung 'support' na hinihingi nila. 'Incentives' yan for winning. Support is ung training before competition 😅

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    12. fact din kay administrasyon ni pnoy nagaaproved ng batas na yan na incentives hindi ako dilawan hah 😂 5:11

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    13. Does it make sense why our athletes compete way better than before?

      Year / Passed Under / PSC Budget / National Budget / Percentage of PSC in Nat'l Budget

      2008 PGMA 267,054,000.00 1.227T 0.022%
      2009 PGMA 253,948,000.00 1.414T 0.018%
      2010 PGMA 319,188,000.00 1.540T 0.021%
      2011 PNOY 172,587,000.00 1.645T 0.010%
      2012 PNOY 218,857,860.00 1.816T 0.012%
      2013 PNOY 218,546,988.00 2.006T 0.011%
      2014 PNOY 215,838,588.00 2.264T 0.010%
      2015 PNOY 227,852,813.00 2.606T 0.009%
      2016 PNOY 238,175,996.00 3.001T 0.008%
      2017 PRRD 262,890,092.00 3.350T 0.008%
      2018 PRRD 249,243,666.00 3.324T 0.007%
      2019 PRRD 6,365,708,269.00 3.662T 0.174%
      2020 PRRD 944,964,000.00 4.100T 0.023%
      2021 PRRD 1,303,592,000.00 4.506T 0.029%

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    14. beh August 3, 2021 at 5:11 PM, magkaiba ang support s incentive. Igoogle mo p kung gusto mo pang mas maliwanagan kasi ang dami n nagcomment s comment mo about their differences. Okay?

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    15. Mga baks, yan makukuha nila sa batas na napasa sa panahon ni PNOY. Nung nanalo si hidilyn ng silver my nakuha na sya. Sya kaunahan na nabigyan e 2015 nga kang napasa. Hindi yan galing kay MVP sa government nga galing. Mga baks kulang yan sa ibang bansa malaking pension ang kapalit ng isang medal. Mahal ng naggastos ng isang athleta need nila kumuha ng magaling na coach. Like si ej obiena. Di ba nagtry rin sya maghingi tulong. From italy pa ang coach nya kaya nasa italy sya nagtrtraining magastos mga baks. Kaya wag natin sila ipahiya kung naghihingi sila nangtulong. Nakikisawsaw naman tayo pagnanalo na sila 😅😜ðŸĪŠ

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    16. Kaloka naman 'to, bago ka makakuha ng medalya kailangan maganda ang pag training mo. At sa pagteTraining kailangan mo ng pondo. Ang suporta ng gobyerno, dapat mula simula hanggang sa makamit mo ang inaasam mong medalya.

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    17. 5:11, ang laki ng difference ng support sa prize. Konting comprehension naman jan.

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    18. One athlete of jijitsu posted that this administration has been very supportive to the national athletes. Their allowance, dormitories, and food have all improved compared to the previous admin. And the Olympic athletes were supposed to have 50k allowance each for their Tokyo trip, but the president added 100k each.

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    19. Sus, bat mo kinakahiya na DDS ka 5:11? May pa state facts pa kuno

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    20. Anon 12:43am kaya mataas budget ng 2019-2021 eh dahil naghost ng ASEAN ang Pinas. Ung 2020 and 2021 kasama pagbayad sa utang and ginastos.

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    21. Tinapos na ni 12:43 ang laban 👏 👏

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    22. Yes, it may be PNoy who approved said rewards/incentives, then this begs the question as to why Wesley So, Donnie Nietes and among others, didn’t get their so-called incentives that PNoy approved? There’s also the fact they were poorly supported by PNoy’s administration hence Wesley changing his citizenship and representation…

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    23. Wow tinde ang jutak mo girl! Iba ang financial support para Sa trainings ng athletes at Sa incentives na makukuha nila kapag nakapag uwi cla ng medal Sa pinas! Jusmio!

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  2. sana talaga maibigay ang incentives s kanila. Sana rin mag improve n talaga ang support s mga athletes natin, n kung saan continuous ang support. Hndi ung kung kailan lng umingay ang sport or kung may nanalo. Kung baga wag ningas kugon

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    1. Basta ba magtuloy tuloy ang budget for training nila ey. Almost 1B last year and more than 1B this year. Compare sa less that 300M from previous years. Except sa asean games

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    2. Last year pa lumobo ang budget for the sports baks. Kaya kitang kita naman ang results sa medals. Sana lang this time makita na nila saang sports dapat maglaan ng malaking bufget. Puro team sports ang ginagastusan eh nasa singles ang medalya

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    3. 5:56 Nagbayad ng utang kaya malaki.

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  3. Mga Nagbubuhat sa PINAS.

    Hindi Pabigat!

    MABUHAY KAYO KABAYAN!

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  4. Paulitulit ang narrative na walang support. Hindi pa kayo nakuntento sa paulitulit na sagot ni hidilyn na they were fully supported by psc then dagdag pa ang private sector. Hindi dadami ang magqualify kun d yan sila nakapagtraining. Kahit gano kagaling kun d makabayad sa magagaling na coaches to train them hindi sila mahahasa. Kahit gano kagaling kun d mapapadala sa mga qualifying rounds hindi makakapasok sa olympics. Si hidilyn pa lang $2500/month each sa 2 coaches nya. P6M just for her coaches for 2yrs. Madami pa naman expenses aside from her coaching staff so kun govt lang yan hindi talaga yan kakayanin dahil isang athlete pa lang yan.

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    1. 9:08PM, may sinabi bang WALANG support? Ang sabi KULANG ang support kaya nga kelangan humingi sa private sector. Ang minumungkahi sana ay dagdagan ang allocation para sa sports. Kung kayang mag-allocate ng bilyon-bilyon para sa intelligence funds na wala ka naman makitang intelligence, bakit di na lang sa sports development? Eh yung dolomite na pinagkagastusan, di ka ba nasasayangan na sana sa mas makabuluhang bagay na lang nagastos?

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    2. kaya pala hanggang ngayon naghihingi pa din ng donation si christian martinez and yung paghingi ni hidylin ng financial support diba 2019 lang yun? kaloka.

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  5. So happy...and all of them are from Mindanao❤

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  6. Paano kaya pag exactly 5 members? Hehe

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  7. Kaya dapat sa mga sports kung saan tayo strong mag focus ang pinas. No use na sumali sa mga sports na alam nating mangungulelat tayo. Weightlifing at boxing talaga ang forte ng mga pinoy.

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    1. Sana iomprove din mga school facilities and community facilities para bata pa lang makahanap na ng mga may potential

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  8. Sayang yung sa pole vaulting but still job well done to EJ Obiena who represented us well. Ang gagaling (at popogi 😆) naman kasi ng mga kalaban nya dun.

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    1. hahaha yun din napansin ko, halos lahat gwapo

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    2. Haha. Bet ko si usa bax lol

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    3. Kaya nga hahaha .. latak na lang si E

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  9. Grabeh!!! Well deserved. Congratulations to all!

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  10. Anyare sa gymnastics?

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  11. Kundi dahil kay pnoy hindi nangyari ang incentives. Salamat Kay mvp and pnoy.

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    1. Aanhin ang incentives kng hindi ito makukuha ng atleta dahil walang kwenta training nila dahil kulang na kulang ang budget at suporta?

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    2. Hahaha huy.

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    3. Eww. Credit grabbers here they come!

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    4. 8:58AM, to whom should we give credit then? your matrix without any basis is waving.

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    5. Mahiya naman sa gumawa ng bill na yan.

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    6. Yung mga ‘salamat pnoy’ yung 2021 version nung mga epal na kandidato na lagay ng lagay ng pangalan at picture nila sa mga pinaptayo nila

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  12. Basketball ang well-funded pero wala naman binatbat. Sana sa mga sports na tulad ng boxing, weight lifting ilaan ang pondo

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    1. Yung mga table tennis, badminton, gymnastics feeling ko mas achievable. Sana talaga mafocus

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  13. salamat Pnoy for passing the law..

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    1. hindi mapapakinabangan ng mga atleta ang incentive law kng hindi sila bibigyan ng maayos na budget at suporta para sa training nila.

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  14. Bakit galit ang mga DDS? Ever since naman halos walang support from the government. Yung PSC nga eh nganga din e Cojuangco led na Yun noon pa.

    Si PNoy and MVP ang nagsalba ng athletes sorry na lang Kay jetski joke time.

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    1. It was Hidilyn herself who said that she got financial support in Dec of 2019 (and yes even back then from 2016) through Senator Bong Go’s solicitation, and Dennis Uy answered the call, who is known to be a stalwart supporter of the Current Admin…

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    2. Thanks to Pnoy for passing the law granting these incentives to the winners. Pero napanood mo na ba interview ni Hidilyn at Nesthy? Panoorin mo para malaman mo how PSC and the government has improved on their training and financial support to the athletes. Okay? Tas balik ka uli dito.

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    3. Pinagsasabi mo si PNOY nga ang nag appoint kay Peping Cojuangco kaya kulelat Pinas panahon niya 😂

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    4. Wala namang nagagalit na DDS baks. pnoy nga pinakamababang budget for athletes. Kklk ito.

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    5. Pinagsasabi mo 9:17AM, 2005 pa naging presidente ng POC si Peping, posisyon na pinagbobotohan at di ina-appoint. Kung may mga medalya tayo ngayon, di rin naman dahil sa poon mo kundi dahil sa sariling pagsisikap ng mga atleta at mga corporate sponsors.

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  15. Sorry pero ang daming DDS dito. Pakinggan nyo ung mga athletes. Wag lang kayo basta-basta tumitingin sa mga posts ng kung sinu-sino justifying the budget increase for the past years. Tumaas kasi naghost ng SEA games tapos nagbabayad pa rin up to now. Syempre hindi naman nyo ung makikita unless bubusisiin nyo ung GAA per year and tignan ung mga line item budget. (Dami kong jargons pero sana gets nyo). Para maging isang world class athlete ngayon, hindi lang pangkain at gym equipment (na at par sa ibang countries) ang kailangan. They also need conditioning coach, PT, nutritionist, sports psychologists, sports doctor, etc. kaya nga they need to train pa abroad with the help of the private sector. Let’s not discount their pleas. Ung pagkapanalo nila gawin naman natin motivation to help them. Kaloka kayo!

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    1. Kahit tanggalin mo pa ang 2019 masmataas pa din ang 2020 and 2021. Ano tingin mo bakit ang dami ngayon? Milagro? Dahil purely napakagaling ng athletes? Ikaw na din nagsabi syempre nagtrain mga yan. Of course hindi lang yan sa govt kasi hindi nga kaya. Gano ba kahirap intindihin na 3rd world country tayo at ayan ngang incentives madami ng aktibista ang nagagalit dahil madami daw nagugutom. At kun kulang pa sa inyo ang paulitulit na sagot ni hidilyn k noli de castro na they were fully supported by psc. Try nyo tignan sinasabi ng ibang athletes na mas supported sila ngayon. Yes kulang pa din but better than before. Also, after 13 yrs sa wakas hindi na si peping cojuangco ang POC president.

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    2. Watch mo post game interview ni Hidilyn at Nesthy. I think both of them mentioned na nagimprove way greater ang govt support for their training. Nagthank you pa nga eh. Di mo matanggap?

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    3. 7:37 dapat lang naman umabot pa sa pagmamakaawa bago bigyan ng tulong masaya ba yun? LOL

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    4. Baks the athletes and medalist will beg to differ with your statements. Kklk ka.

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  16. Bakit kaya di masyadong nag-eexcel ang mga Pinoy sa team sports? Hehe

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    1. Genetic makeup, lack of support (training allowance etc), and it's not really part of our culture. Sa atin kasi more on beauty pageants. I live abroad and talagang ingrained ang pagiging athlete mula pagkabata sila. To them sports = religion.

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    2. Oo nga no? Hmmm...

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    3. Kaya mabuti pang individual sports nalang ang tutukan natin talaga.

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    4. was wondering too. kasi team sports karamihan kelangan pa rin talaga height (basketball, vb. football etc.)??

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    5. Try mo basahin comment sa taas masasagot mo na 2.10 kung bakit di tayo nag eexcel sa team sport. Haha

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  17. Support the national athletes before the competition so that they will be focused on the training and not fund raising or crowd funding. How can they win if there is no support for pre-competition. Also, I hope the prizes will really be given to them and not a broken promise.

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  18. You should watch the documentary “The Price of Gold.” Maski US olympian medalists are struggling from lack of government support and mental health issues. Nakakalungkot! Sana talaga mas mabigyan pa ng more support ang mga athletes natin!

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  19. Suportado ng gobyerno athletes ngayon bawat isa sakanila may sariling team na may bugdet sa government at ng private sectors na PSC ang naghanap. Like si Nesthy coach niya Australian at si Marcial naman sa US nagtraining. Yung sa taekwando Japan sila nagtraining at Japanese ang ang coach. Si Hidilyn Chinese ang coach kaya kahit olympics tinatanong parin wps 🙄 lahat yan iba-iba ang team nila. Di tulad dati sariling sikap sila.

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  20. Eto yung mga sports na dapat binibigyan ng full support. Gymnastics, weightlifting, boxing, track and field sports, etc. Hindi PURO basketball. My god, alam ko it's entertaining pero please get real-we'll never get anything from Gilas. Olympic dreams, all these competitions are so so so far fetched it's crazy. Height is a trait you cannot "train for" 😂😂😂

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    1. Ang kailangan natin yun sports na wala masyadong advantage ang height, haba ng legs, and haba ng arms. Well sa boxing may advantage ang masmatangkad dahil sa reach pero may panlaban din ang maliit kasi pag yumuko mahirap abutin.

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