Cebuano 31st SEA Games medalists to be honored

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The CEBUANO medalists from the 31st Southeast Asian Games will be showcased at a meet and greet at SM Seaside City’s City Wing Atrium on Saturday, June 11 at 4 p.m.

The medalist contingent of the “2022 SEA Games Medalists Homecoming”, organized by the Cebu City Government in conjunction with the Cebu City Sports Commission, are basketball stars Junemar Fajardo and Roger Pogoy; decorated pool player Rubileen Amit; Olympic weightlifter Elreen Ando; Angelo Marquez, Wilbert Aunzo and Pearl Marie Canede of dancesport; bowler Alexis Sy; Rheyjey Ortuoste of Sepak Takraw; and triathletes Andrew Kim Remolino and Raven Faith Alcoseba.

Fajardo and Pogoy were part of the Philippines men’s basketball team that won a silver medal after losing to Indonesia.

Amit won the gold medal in snooker, while Ando picked up a silver medal in the 64 KG category in weightlifting.

Marquez has won a gold medal in Solo Dance Chacha and silver medals in the Solo Dance Jive and Latin Grade A 5 Dance categories.

Aunzo won silver in the Solo Dance Samba events, bronze in the Solo Dance Rumba and Solo Dance Pasa Doble events. Canede won a silver medal in the Solo Dance Samba categories and a bronze medal in the Solo Dance Rumba and Solo Dance Pasa Doble categories.

Sy picked up a silver medal in the women’s singles event of the bowling tournament.

Ortuoste won a bronze medal with the Filipino team Sepak Takraw.

Remolino won the silver medal in the men’s elite triathlon, while Alcoseba settled for a bronze medal in the women’s elite triathlon.

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