During a difficult day for the Philippine contingent at the World Games, Carlo Biado was the only member of Team Pilipinas to emerge intact.

The current holder of the men’s pool gold medal cruised to an 11-7 victory over Albin Ouschan of Austria on Saturday morning (Philippine time) at the Sheraton Hotel Ballroom in Birmingham, Alabama, in the United States. The match took place in the United States.

After Biado grabbed a 3-2 lead in the match, Ouschan retook the initiative and was able to maintain their advantage all the way up to the score of 7-6.

As he continued to keep it close, the Filipino soon found his footing, and he tied the score at 7. After that point, there was no stopping Biado as he finished off the victory and moved one step closer to reclaiming his gold medal with four more frames. Biado had no competition in this match.

Rubilen Amit, on the other hand, was eliminated from the competition in the quarterfinals after losing to Veronika Ivanvoskaia of Germany in the women’s pool by a score line of 8-9. The match took place in the women’s pool.

Annie Ramirez suffered a tough loss to Laurence Fouillat of France in the women’s 57 kilogram ne-waza competition that took place at the Bill Battle Coliseum. As a result, Annie Ramirez finished in fourth place overall in the competition.

Earlier in the competition, Ramirez advanced to the semifinals by topping her pool by claiming victories over Fouillat and Ashley Matan of the United States. After that, Galina Duvanova of Kazakhstan was able to defeat her in the semifinals with a victory on advantages.

Muay Thai competitors from the Philippines were eliminated from their respective tournaments as well. Phillip Delarmino, the reigning World Champion in the men’s minus-57 kg division, and Leeanna Christylle Bade both suffered heartbreaking defeats in the quarterfinals of their respective competitions at the Boutwell Auditorium.

After forcing a draw at 10-10 in the second round, Delarmino needed to win the final round in order to win the match. But instead, the two-time winner of the Southeast Asian Games was defeated on the scorecards of the judges in the third round, when Vladyslav Myktas of Ukraine pulled off the upset with a score of 30–28.

The opening round of Bade’s battle against Janejira Wankrue of Thailand, who competes in the women’s minus-63.5 kilogram division, was won by Bade, giving her a lead of 10-9 to start the competition. However, the Thai took care of business in the subsequent two rounds to secure the victory over the upstart Filipina.

On the 9th of July, Joyce Gail Reboton competed in the women’s heavyweight event of the powerlifting competition that was held at the BICC Concert Hall. She ended in ninth position. After completing all three stages of the tournament, the 20-year-old athlete lifted a combined total of 602.5 kilograms, giving him a score of 99.16 points.

When Biado faces Joshua Filler of Germany in the semifinals on July 16 at 10 p.m. (Philippine time), they will once again be competing at the Sheraton Hotel Ballroom. Biado will be looking to proceed into the match for the gold medal.

Individual duathlon competitions are also going to be held on the same day as Kim Mangrobrang, Fer Casares, and John Chicano are going to be participating in them.

Before Casares and Chicano participate on July 17 at 6 a.m., the 31st Southeast Asian Games champion in the event Mangrobrang will take the course first on July 15 at 9 p.m. (Philippine time). After that, the competition will continue on July 17 at 6 a.m. (PH time). The mixed team relay is planned to take place on June 18 at 2 in the morning, and the three of them will then join forces.

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