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SINGAPORE - The Philippines maintained their perfect winning record at the DBS Marina Bay Cup when they beat Finland 2-0 in the final on Sunday (Sept 17).
The Sept 14-17 event, a match-racing sailing competition that is into its third edition, featured eight teams including hosts Singapore in a round-robin format.
But the Philippines' reign as champions were under threat before the final. In the best-of three semi-finals, they came from a point down to beat Hungary 2-1, while Finland beat Japan 2-0.
"After the round robin stage, we knew we were up against really good competition this year," said Filipino captain Ridgely Balladares, who was part of the team that won his country's first SEA Games sailing gold in 10 years at the 2015 Games held in Singapore.
"For sure, we will be looking to win the title for a fourth time next year."
Source : http://www.straitstimes.com/sport/sailing-the-philippines-win-dbs-marina-bay-cup-for-third-time
Filipino Sailors shine a new in China Cup.
By: June Navarro - Reporter / @junavINQ Philippine Daily Inquirer/ 05:00 AM November 13,2017
The Philippine Sailing Association added another trophy to its growing collection of international victories this year.
Shortly after securing the overall title in the IRC A Class, the PSA-Standard Insurance Centennial team topped the Far East 28R Class in the 11th China Cup International Regattain Shenzhen, China
The Filipino sailors proved superior over the national teams of New Zealand and Singapore, winning all seven races of the meet organized by the Asian Sailing Federation.
"We've been lucky in the international events this year." said PSA president Judes Echauz, who has coach Allan Balladores, Asia's top match-racing skipper on the team.
Skippered by Southeast Asian Games 470 class medalist Emerson Villena, the Filipino crew also captured the IRC A Class plum in the premier division.
Source : http://sports.inquirer.net/272276/filipino-sailors-shine-anew-china-cup