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Cordilleran Para-Athlete wins Gold at 4th Asian Para Games

Jerrold Pete Mangliwan, a Cordilleran para-athlete representing the Philippines, emerged victorious at the 4th Asian Para Games in Hangzhou, China.

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Filipino para-athlete Jerrold Pete Mangliwan claimed the gold medal in the 400m T52 finals at the Asian Para Games, showcasing the outstanding performance of Filipino para-athletes.

Jerrold Pete Mangliwan, the remarkable Cordilleran para-athlete from Tabuk City, Kalinga, and a proud representative of the Philippines, emerged victorious at the 4th Asian Para Games in Hangzhou, China.

In this article, we'll explore his journey and the outstanding performance of Filipino para-athletes.

A Journey of Perseverance

Mangliwan's exceptional journey led to a resounding triumph in the Men's 400m-T52 event on October 27, where he secured a gold medal with a personal best time of 1:01.54. This achievement stands as a testament to his unwavering dedication and relentless training regimen.

Mangliwan's journey had its share of challenges, as he faced disappointment in his initial three attempts at the Asian Para Games. Despite setbacks, he continued to train diligently, never losing sight of his goals.

A Dream Realized

Mangliwan's story is a remarkable tale of hope and resilience. When he entered the 4th Asian Para Games, he harbored modest expectations - a top-three finish was his hope. Little did he know that his journey would culminate in a gold medal, a triumph that filled him with immense joy and gratitude. His elation was evident when he shared, "I am thrilled because, after four Asian Para Games, I have finally won a medal, and God has graced me with a Paralympic medal for my resume."

His remarkable success extended to the Men's 100m - T52 event on October 24, where he secured the Philippines' first silver medal. This dual achievement underscores his exceptional skill and unwavering commitment to wheelchair racing.

Impressive Performance from the Philippines

As of the latest update, the Philippines has distinguished itself at the 4th Asian Para Games with a total medal count of 10 gold, 4 silver, and 5 bronze medals. Their outstanding performance positions them at the 9th spot on the leaderboard. Filipino athletes have showcased their exceptional talent and dedicated work, bringing honor to their nation on the global stage.

A Tale of Inspiration

In Jerrold Pete Mangliwan's inspiring journey, we find hope and a compelling reminder that unwavering determination and dedication can transform dreams into reality. His story embodies the spirit of para-athletes and serves as an inspiration to all those striving to overcome obstacles and reach new heights.

I shoot the stars with him.


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