AAK Davao hauls six golds in 2017 Milo Olympics kickfest

AAK (Association for the Advancement of Karatedo) Davao came home with six golds that went along with two silvers and two bronze medals at the close of the 2017 Milo Olympics Karatedo competitions held last weekend at the Lim Ket Kai Mall in Cagayan de Oro City.

AAK Davao’s golden performances came from Seth Michael Navarro (Grade 3 and 4 Boys Kumite) and Kyzzhia Pauline Navarro (Grade 5 and 6 Girls Kumite) of University of Immaculate Conception, Aldren Solon (Grade 5 and 6 Kumite) and Ian Carlos Pascual (Secondary below 63kgs Boys Kumite) of Lifestream Academy, Craig James Infiesto (Secondary above 63kgs Boys Kumite) of Apo Learning and Janna Alexandrea Ramirez (Secondary below 54kgs Girls Kumite) of Precious Academy.

Davao Christian High’s Atsuko Kaiyel Tan fell short for a golden award, settling a silver finish in the Girls Grade 1 and 2 Kumite to go along with John Paul Ponce of Precious Academy in the Boys below 63kgs Kumite.

AAK Davao’s bronze finish saw Joseph Angelo Ramirez of Brainworks in the Grade 5 and 6 Boys Kumite and John Philip Cagandahan of University of Immaculate Conception in the Secondary below 57kgs Boys Kumite.

Team AAK Davao was joined by city chief instructor Rommel Tan along with their respective parents and guardians.

Some 54 schools from all over the country took part in the one-day event which saw a total of 150 entries.

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