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Tangub Athletes Bag 112 Medals
Tangub City young athletes have successfully reaped 112 medals from the recently concluded Mindanao Little Milo Olympics held at Pelaez Sports Center in Cagayan de Oro City on August 6-7, 2011.The two-day sports event made Tangub City one of the top seeded

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athletics, Judy Mae Almasa brought four gold medals after she won in the 100 meter high hurdles, 400 meter low hurdles, 4×100 and 4×400 relay. She also placed second in the triple jump event. While Almasa made her way in the secondary athletics, Michael Carriaga showed his competence and brought four gold medals from various elementary athletics such as 1500 and 800 meter run, 4×100 and 4×40 meter relay. He also finished third in the 400 meter dash.
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gold medals from their respective events. In the male category, Ladeimer Mangumpit, Dieson Jay Jurado, Mark Klinton Tuastomban and Marc Keneth Enguito finished third place in the 4×400 freestyle relay.In taekwondo, two silver were added in the condom viagra poll of medals when Yrica Lacpao and Jhon Anthony Dacles finished second in the Welter Weight and Bantam Divisions, respectively. In board game, Nicko Vincent Maaba placed 7th over-all in Chess after he won the silver medal in Board 2 category.