De La Salle's Rinna Babanto had the most prominent debuts in her university career after taking the Green Jins to the 81 poomsae season on the Blue Eagle Gym Tuesday sOS season.
The championship came in second for the Green Genies, which Babanto led throughout the competition in three years.
Babanto, a former world champion, won the gold medal for individual women and group events.
Graduating from the Games, he won 8,808 points to defeat Nikki Oliva (8,100) for bronze medalists in the Philippines and Juvenile Faye Crisostomo of the Far East University (7,900).
Babanto then worked with Patrick Perez, who scored 8.29 for mixed doubles. Jerel Dalida and Cyrinne Abenir (8.200) from Santo Tomas University settled in the bronze and bronze of UP's Jayboy Buenavista and Pat Jubelag (8.015).
Perez then took the gold medal in the sixth episode with 8.305, and after completing the individual activity, he cast the film UST's Adrian Ang (8.150), which bronze in silver and the national university (8.035).
Babento was chosen as the first MVP of the Poomsae tournament, and Perez received the Rookie of the Year.
Söyl I really didn't expect this, in Babanto said, adding that La Salle had her poomsae program left behind behind Filipino coach JP Sabido and Perez.
Anto He is a very passionate and hardworking person, he really wants to contribute to his team, çok says Babanto of Perez. . I believe him 100% in the next race. Waiting for more medals. "
Tiger Jins, the champion of the season, reached the top of the men's team match and ended with a 1-3-0 (gold-silver-bronze) medal to finish as the first runners. sat with a third in the women's suit category, 1-1-2.
The UST finished second and second place at the University of the East and the third ranked National University.
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