The Philippine wrestling crew that trapped decorations in the 2019 Southeast Asian Games stays in one piece in their mission in the impending release of the biennial game in Hanoi, Vietnam one month from now. The Filipino grapplers collected two golds, 10 silvers, and one bronze during the last SEA Games held in Angeles, Pampanga. Click here for full info how to watch 31st Sea Games live telecast from anywhere…
2019 Sea Games Gold Medalists
2019 SEA Games gold medalists Noel Norada (Greco-Roman 63kg) and Jason Baucas (Greco-Roman 72kg) will protect their crown in Vietnam, as indicated by the setup that Philippine Wrestling Federation secretary-general Marcus Valda shared to CNN Philippines.
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Veteran grappler Jason Balabal who brought back home the silver in the Greco-Roman 87kg division in 2019 will battle in the Greco-Roman 97kg classification in his fourth SEA Games spell.
2019 Sea Games Silver Medalists
Likewise getting back to the approaching release of the territorial game are 2019 SEA Games silver medalists Michael Cater (Greco-Roman 53kg), Margarito Angana Jr. (Greco-Roman 60kg), Alvin Lobreguito (Freestyle 57kg), Ronil Tubog (Freestyle 61kg), Jhonny Morte (Freestyle 65kg), Joseph Angana (Freestyle 70kg), Jiah Pingot (Freestyle 50kg), Minalyn Foy-os (Freestyle 55kg), and Noemi Tener (Freestyle 62kg).
2019 Sea Games Bronze Medalists
Finishing the 13-in number flawless Philippine wrestling crew is 2019 SEA Games bronze medalist Jefferson Manatad (Greco-Roman 87kg). The Filipinos will confront a daunting task for the gold against have country Vietnam which ruled the 2019 SEA Games wrestling contests with 12 golds and two silvers.
The 31st SEA Games wrestling competition is set on May 17-19. Check the full details of Wrestling at the Sea Games 2022 in Hanoi, Vietnam.