Results of the 2014 Milo Little Olympics National Swimming Championship held in Marikina City last October 25-26 have been included in the Philippine Swimming National Ranking 2014.
Most notable swimmers in the said meet are Cedrich Joseph Fox, Robi Mangilinan, Jenkins Lorenzo Labao, Almida Sheanettelle Fox and Jules Ong.
Davao’s Cedrich Joseph Fox is the most improved swimmer in the ranking after moving-up to 17th place in the 200m Freestyle national ranking, from 26th place; and at the same time improved his 400m Freestyle ranking to 12th place (from 14th) with his new best times of 2:04.16 and 4:23.97 respectively.
Sixteen year-old Robi Mangilinan moved up to the 17th place, from 22nd, in the 100m Freestyle (56.05); and successfully made it to the 100m Backstroke ranking, debuting in 24th place with his 1:05.00 clocking.
Baguio City’s Jenkins Lorenzo Labao on the other hand also made his first appearance in the 100m Backstroke ranking, taking the 17th spot, with his time of 1:04.30.
Thirteen year-old Almida Sheanettelle Fox made her first appearance in the 200m Butterfly national ranking in 27th place, with her 2:42.34 clocking, and at the same time positioned herself as the number 1 swimmer in the 13 & Under ranking. Her new best time in the said event also put her on 3rd position for next year’s 14-15 age-band, with time surpassing the 2:44.29 SEA AG QTC for 14-15 Girls.
Sheantelle also debuts in the 200m IM and 800m Frestyle 13 & Under ranking, placing 6th (2:42.63) and 7th (10:36.74) respectively; and at the same time improving her improved her 200m and 400m Freestyle 13 & Under ranking to 7th place.
Twelve year old Jules Ong of Ace Seawolves Swim Club also made a debut in the 200m Freestyle national ranking, taking the 27th spot with her new best time of 2:20.28.
From 9th place in the 200m Freestyle 13 & Under ranking, she now takes the 2nd spot, and also takes the top spot for next year’s 13 & Under age-band in the said event, with her time quite close to the 2:19.09 SEA AG 2015 QTB.
Furthermore, Jules Ong’s gold medal time of 29.30 in the 50m Freestyle event also put’s her on 2nd spot in the 13 & Under Ranking; and in front seat of next year’s 13 & Under age-band, with her time beating the 29.49 SEA AG 2015 QTB.
Other swimmers who have improved their national rankings are Suzanne Vernon Himor (17th in 400m Freestyle), Franchesca Joves (18th in 200m Backstroke), Kelsey Claire Jaudian (19th in 800m Freestyle), Marco Callanta (20th in 100m Breast), Andrea Ann Tiffany Ngui (23rd in 100m Freestyle), and Charize Julian Esmero (24th in 100m Backstroke).
Swimmers who have made their first appearance in the national ranking are Aaron Paul Aranzanso (21st in 200m Breaststroke), Bhay Maitland Newberry (26th in 200m Backstroke), and Larianne Muyalde (20th in 100m Backstroke and 27th in 200m Breaststroke).
Thirteen and Under swimmers who have either made to the ranking for the first time or improved their 13 & Under rankings are Kelsey Claire Jaudian (3rd in 800m Freestyle and 200m Butterfly, and 7th in 200m IM), Samantha Therese Coronel (4th in 100m Butterfly), Bhay Maitland Newberry (4th in 200m Backstroke), Zoe Marie Hilario (6th in 100m Backstroke and Butterfly), Camille Buico (8th in 50m Butterfly), Yvoria Rosales (10th in 50m Butterfly and 100m Backstroke), Sophia Rafael Devera (10th in 50m Butterfly and 11th in 100m Butterfly), Raven Faith Alcoseba (11th in 200m Freestyle), Reagan Joseph Garbanzos (14th in 400m Freestyle), and Psalm Daniel Aquino (15th in 50m Butterfly).