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The Philippine Sports Commission is highlighting obstacle courses – now a competitive sport played around the world – in a dedicated episode of Rise Up Shape Up which airs on December 11. and sports development specialists to explain obstacle courses as a competitive sport and to expand our knowledge of how sport can help people overcome life’s obstacles. “Competition means you have to beat and overcome your opponents. It’s a lesson we can apply to obstacles in the real world. We have to overcome and survive life’s obstacles to come out strong and win in life, ”said PSC Women in Sport Watch Commissioner Celia Kiram. “We needed sport to show us how we can be strong physically, mentally and emotionally to overcome obstacles and problems,” added Kiram, who will also share a brief and interesting anecdote about OCR in the “K- segment. Isport “. Coach Patricia Puzon, who is currently the founding director and coach of MAC’s CrankIt Tennis Academy in Australia, will open the episode on Saturday from 10:30 a.m. Puzon will be joined by Karen Tanchanco-Caballero, President of the Federation Pilipinas Sepak Takraw Inc., and Deputy General Secretary of the Philippine Olympic Committee, Nerza del Rosario-Manalastas, former co-captain of the Philippine national dragon boat team, Far Eastern University Wellness and Recreation Specialist Marry Ann Crisostomo and Dr Ligaya Gina Sarmiento Director of the Office of Sport Development and Management at Tarlac State University.