Aiming to showcase their top form in the face of competition, and achieve glory for the country, the Philippines’ top athletes are all set for the 2015 Southeast Asian (SEA) Games in Singapore. Athletes from Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Thailand, Timor-Leste and Vietnam will converge in the host island nation for the biennial multi-sports event. The SEA Games will feature 36 sports and 402 events where Filipinos are expected to bag top honors not only in basketball and boxing, but also in taekwondo, athletics and billiards.
This year’s Philippine delegates in the 28th SEA Games trained hard, locally and abroad, not only to cope with tougher competitors and more intense sports challenges, but also to better their chances of hauling more medals and improving their SEA Games rankings. Apart from relying on their individual skills, Filipino athletes will also need to bank on their teamwork, sheer heart, determination and fighting spirit to battle great odds and overcome disadvantages in the grand sports meet.
The Singapore SEA Games is expected to draw visitors from all over the region to some of the competitions’ venues, especially with many eagerly anticipating the Gilas Pilipinas team to defend its men’s basketball title against perennial silver medalists Malaysia and Thailand, and hometown favorite Singapore. Some of the competitions’ venues include the OCBC Arena for the basketball games, the Singapore Expo for boxing matches, and the Singapore National Stadium for athletics events.
Cebu Pacific, the country’s leading low-cost carrier, offers lowest year-round fares as low as P2,888 to enable sports-loving Filipinos to visit Singapore, cheer for the Philippine team and watch them rise above the challenges of the 28th SEA Games. The Philippines’ largest national flag carrier also offers year-round low fares to enable people to travel to various destinations to experience the thrill of other regional sports events. These include the 15th IAAF World Championships in Athletics in Beijing, China in August, 2015 FIVB Volleyball Men’s World Cup in Japan in September, the Singapore and Japanese grand prix races in September, and the 2015 Presidents Cup golf tournament in Incheon, South Korea in October.
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Multiple challenges await our athletes at the 2015 Southeast Asian Games. With Cebu Pacific’s lowest year-round fares, sports aficionados can visit Singapore to watch the games live and cheer for the Philippine team!