‘Usapang Sports’ up

December 12, 2018

WHAT’S the latest in Philippine swimming?

How do you solve the leadership problem affecting the sport?

Who are the faces to watch in the coming new year?

These are only some of the questions that will be answered when Philippine Swimming

League (PSL) Chairman and former Sen.Nikki Coseteng makes her first appearance in the fourth “Usapang

Sports” by the Tabloid Organization in Philippine Sports (TOPS) today, Dec.13 at the National Press Club in Intramuros, Manila.

Coseteng, a long-time patron of sports in the country from basketball, motorsports, swimming and  taekwondo, will discuss the latest developments in swimming as well as the plans of the PSCL in the coming year.

Joining Coseteng are swimming sensations Marc Bryan Dula and Micaela Jasmine Mojdeh, who will give an update on their successful campaigns in the  2018 Hamilton Aquatics Winter Long Course Swimming Championships held at the  Hamilton Aquatics Center in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

Dula and Mojdeh, who have been dubbed as the future of Philippine swimming, will recall their gold-medal winning performances in Dubai.

Also invited to attend is  Diliman College coach Rensy Bajar, who led the Blye Dragons to a successful title campaign in the 3rd UCBL tournament over Las Pinas College.

Bajar will also talk about Diliman’s plan to join the PBA D-League starting next  year.

TOPS is composed of sports editors, writers and photographers from the country’s leading tabloids.

The weekly forum is supported by the Natiobal Press Club (NPC), headed by Rolando “Lakay” Gonzalo.