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Ready, Set, Gold at the 2013 SEA Games

The Philippine National Athletes are ready to battle it out for the country in over 15 sports categories at the 27th Sea Games, which will be held in Myanmar from December 11 to December 22, 2013. The national athletes have been training rigorously, with their eyes set on their collective goal: the gold medal in their respective categories. Taekwondo representative, Gershon Bautista is set to make a comeback, “We all worked hard for this and we all wish to make the country proud.”

Summit Natural Drinking Water has long been a supporter of the Philippine National Athletes and believes that now, more than ever, the support is critical, “The country needs inspiration in midst of what we’re going through. The athletes all aim to put a smile on our countrymen’s faces just in time for Christmas by putting in hard work and giving it their best,” says Angelie Ong, Senior Manager, Summit Natural Drinking Water.

For more information on the schedule of games, you may visit: www.27seagames2013.com.

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