The Autism Society Philippines (ASP) is a national, non-profit organization dedicated to the well-being of persons on the autism spectrum disorder. We envision a society where Filipinos on the spectrum become the best of their potentials -- self-reliant, independent, productive, socially-accepted citizens of an Autism-OK Philippines.

01 February 2020

Los Baños, Pasay and QC top ASP Authletics Tournament Medal Tallies

The image shows youths on the spectrum enjoying AUthletics.
Youth on the autism spectrum and parents during the tournament

The ASP Authletics Tournament held on January 26, 2020 at the SM Mall of Asia Music Hall, featured an inter-city Takkyu Volley competition and an individual obstacle course race, held at the SM Mall of Asia Music Hall. The tournament was a collaboration between the Autism Society Philippines, SM Cares and SM Mall of Asia. A total of 70 athletes on the autism spectrum of all ages, shared in the collective sense of well-being, friendship, and achievement.

The ASP AUthletics Medal Tally puts Los Baños City (Laguna) in first place, Pasay City (NCR) in second; and Quezon City (NCR) in third. With more tournaments in the pipeline, cities and chapters have more opportunities to get in the game!

ASP AUthletics is a program that promotes health through movement and competitive athlete development. ASP AUthletics is a proprietary brand asset of the Autism Society Philippines. ASP Authletics tournaments and bootcamps can only be held with the express permission of ASP National HQ and is reserved for accredited ASP chapters.


ASP Authletics Tournament
SM Mall of Asia Music Hall, Pasay City
26 January 2020

Obstacle Course Race
Group A - 7 years old and below
1st - Johann Terrence Dablo (Los Baños)
2nd - Kyle Zhiannen Atienza (Los Baños)

Obstacle Course Race
Group B - 8 to 13 years old
1st - Jovani Zabala (Mandaluyong)
2nd - Reese Dino (Mandaluyong)
3rd - MJ Raña (Los Baños)

Obstacle Course Race
Group C- 14 years old and above, Assisted
1st - Jhezzed Nicolas (San Mateo)
2nd - Ralph Tolenada (Pasay)
3rd - Marie Anjulie F. Reyes (Marikina)

Obstacle Course Race
Group D - 14 years old and above, Unassisted
1st - Ian Ferdinand L. Lopez (Los Baños)
2nd - Van Aguilar (Quezon City)
3rd - Michael Espiritu (Pasay)

Takkyu Volley
Gold Medal - Team Pasay
1. Danmar Dayao
2. Harvey Medel
3. Keon Danille Olanday
4. Angelika Mae Olsen
5. Ronald Rabena
6. Julius Alexis Sison

Takkyu Volley
Silver Medal - Team Quezon City
1. Jason Cando
2. Bryan Limjoco
3. Denzel Narciso
4. Dreau Narciso
5. Marlon Jake Reyes
6. Jose Rey Angelo So

Takkyu Volley
Bronze Medal - Team Los Baños
1. Michael Cansanay
2. Genesis Elizon
3. Terah Gabriel Francisco
4. Adrian Guanieso
5. Rhav Lomboy
6. Victor Michael Ramos

*You may view the official results for all participants at AUthletics Leaderboard. Some medals were erroneously distributed to non-winners. For comments, please email


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