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NCR, kampeon sa katatapos na 2011 SCUAA National Olympics

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Friday, 25 February 2011 20:51


CAUAYAN CITY, Isabela - Overall champion ang National Capital Region (NCR) sa katatapos na 2011 State Colleges and Universities Athletic Association (SCUAA) National Olympics na ginanap sa Isabela Sports Complex sa Ilagan, Isabela.

Narito ang medal standings:

1. NCR - 61 golds, 32 silvers at 40 bronze.

2. Region 4 - 22 golds, 10 silvers at 28 bronze.

3. Region 3 - 21 golds, 37 silvers at 8 bronze.

4. Region 5 - 15 golds, 9 silvers at 13 bronze.

5. CARAGA Region - 11 golds, 10 silvers at 8 bronze

6. Region 6 - 8 golds, 25 silvers at 17 bronze.

7. Region 2 - 7 golds, 3 silvers at 10 bronze.

8. Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR) - 2 golds, 1 silver at 2 bronze

9. Region I - 1 gold, 6 silver at 8 bronze.

10. Region 12 - 1 gold, 1 silver at 3 bronze.

11. Region 9 - 1 gold lamang.

12. Region 8 - 17 silver at 11 bronze.

13. Region 10 - 5 silver at 7 bronze.

14. Region 7 - 4 bronze.



http://www.bomboradyo.com/index.php...-sa-katatapos-na-2011-scuaa-national-olympics
originally posted in Isabela Thread by sir 296619.:cheers:
 

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Waterfalls of Samar Island



Tarangban Falls, Calbayog City, Samar


3-tiered Pinipisakan Falls in San Jorge, Samar


Amandaraga Falls, Lawaan Eastern Samar


Mantikawol Falls, Gamay Northern Samar


Pinipisakan Falls, Las Navas Northern Samar


Maharlika Falls, Taft. Eastern Samar


Lulugayan Falls, Calbiga, Samar


Bangon-Bugtong Falls, Calbayog City, Samar

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Caves of Samar Island



Langun-Gobingob Cave, Calbiga, Samar


Canmaaghit Cave Spring, Can-avid, Eastern Samar


Camparina-Bito-Burabud Caves, Calbiga, Samar


KM3 Caves, Las Navas Northern Samar

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Ulot River Torpedo Boat Adventure
(Eastern Visayas’ newest destination)











HOW TO GET THERE:

The Ulot Watershed Ecotourism Loop is located at Campo Uno, Brgy. Tenani, Paranas, Samar. Driving along the Maharlika Highway between Tacloban City, Leyte and Catbalogan, Samar, one takes the road headed towards Borongan, Eastern Samar at the road junction at Buray. The SINP is some 16 kms from the Buray Junction. Travel time by car from Tacloban City, Leyte is about 1.5 hours.

CONTACT INFO:

Samar Island Natural Park, Sitio Camp Uno, Brgy. Tenani, Paranas

Samar 6703 Philippines

mobile: 09177027467

email: [email protected]

web: www.samarislandnaturalpark.com

For further assistance, inquiries and tour reservations, please contact Leyte Gulf Travel and Tours, (053) 321-7966 & 523-7966 or email [email protected].



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Pangi Falls at Brgy. San Gabriel, Borongan City


Pangi Falls at Brgy. San Gabriel, Borongan City


Suribao river, Borongan-Llorente Closed Canopy area


Tagpuyukan Falls, Brgy. Pinanag-an, Borongan City


Taft Forest Reserve, Taft, Eastern Samar


Mono Falls, Brgy. Pinanag-an, Borongan City


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A group of photographers and videographers tasked to discover and film the different tourist spots around eastern Visayas. there are 16 tourist spots in a list and 16 episodes to be filmed. Stay tuned for more updates.

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THE MARVELS OF EASTERN VISAYAS​

San Juanico Bridge​


The longest bridge in the Philippines with a length of 2.16 kilometers and considered one of the most beautifully-designed bridges, is an S-shaped bridge connecting the islands of Samar and Leyte across the San Juanico Strait – the longest strait in the world. It is part of the Maharlika Highway which traverses from Luzon to Mindanao.

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Agas-agas Bridge​


The bridge, touted to be the tallest in the country at a height of 75m, was constructed at a cost of PhP1.024B funded by the national government with funding assistance from the government of Japan thru the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA).

The bridge serves as a vital link between Luzon and Mindanao through the Liloan ferry terminal in Southern Leyte providing a safe, stable link to the landslide-prone Agas-agas area traversing the Mahaplag, Leyte to Sogod, Southern Leyte section of the Maharlika Highway. Its completion along the mountainous terrain will make the road section passable to all vehicular traffic at all times even during bad weather. The opening of the bridge cuts down travel time by one and a half hours from Tacloban to Liloan and vice versa.


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