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TECHNICAL DELEGATES (from left) Katsumi Kuroda (Water Polo), Sebastian Lau (Esports), Ibrahim Fadil Naddeh (Swimming), Dato Low Beng Choo (President of Asian Federation – Softball & CDM of Team Malaysia, Ramon Suzara (PHISGOC COO), Abdul Halim Bin Abdul Kader (Sepak Takraw), Shanrit Wongprasert (Volleyball), Agus Antares Mauro (Basketball) and Valson Cuddikotta (Athletics) grace the press conference of the 2nd Technical Delegates Meeting held at the Polkabal Hall of the Manila Hotel on September 4, 2019.

BAGUIO CITY – House Speaker and Philippine Southeast Asian Games Organizing Committee (Phisgoc) chairman Alan Peter Cayetano proudly presented the modern sports facilities that will be used for the country’s hosting of 30th Southeast Asian (SEA) Games 2019.

Cayetano described the venues as “world-class.” These sports hubs were built in Pampanga, Batangas, Cavite and Metro Manila.

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The House speaker felt ecstatic over the fast development of the infrastructures that will be used on the said 12-day sports meet. A total of 50,000 delegates from 11 Asian countries is expected to attend the event.

As of now, the committee is currently busy on giving accreditation for local and international media that will cover SEA Games.

The 30th Southeast Asian (SEA) Games 2019 will start on November 30 up to December 11.

(With reports from Bombo Radyo Baguio)