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Great things start from small beginnings. MILO’s Summer #Gymnastics Clinic paved the way for Lucia Gabrielle Gutierrez to develop her love for the sport back in 2009. Since then, she continued to train hard and persevere to enter and win competitions. Lucia was even named as the youngest gymnast to join the 2009 MILO-Club Gymnastica Friendship Meet and landed 5th place in Vault and Uneven Bars. She also bagged medals in national competitions such as the 2015 and 2016 Batang Pinoy, 2016 #MILOLittleOlympics, and 2017 #PalarongPambansa. This young gymnast also won silver in the Open-All Russia Gymnastics Competition of Siberian and Far Eastern Cities in Russia. Help #BuildChampions like Lucia and join our upcoming activities. Visit our website for more information. (Story from Ms. Susan Talingting, President of Club Gymnastica)

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Resilience and hard work can help build champions. 16-year-old Aldre Mori Ferrer believes that these values helped mold him to become a volleyball MVP of Marist School for two consecutive years. He persevered to be part of his school's top players and listened to tips from his coaches in order to do better in every game. "Nababangko ako dati pero di ako nag-give up. Lalo akong nagtrain. Ang advise ko sa ibang athletes, kahit na down o tinatamad sila, mag-train pa din. Mas maganda na napapagalitan ng coach kaysa sa hindi pinapansin," said Mori about his training experience. In fact, he is looking forward to continue playing volleyball until college. Now that he holds the torch of peace and unity at the #MILOLittleOlympics, Aldre remains thankful to his coaches – Bernie Vergara and Alma Jocson, for always pointing out how he can do better at the game. Without the champions behind him, he would have never reached his goal. Do you have inspiring stories about the MILO Little Olympics that you’d like to share? Tag @milophilippines and use the hashtags #BuildChampions and #MILOLittleOlympics for a chance to get featured!

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Resilience and hard work can help build champions. 16-year-old Aldre Mori Ferrer believes that these values helped mold him to become a volleyball MVP of Marist School for two consecutive years. He persevered to be part of his school's top players and listened to tips from his coaches in order to do better in every game. "Nababangko ako dati pero di ako nag-give up. Lalo akong nagtrain. Ang advise ko sa ibang athletes, kahit na down o tinatamad sila, mag-train pa din. Mas maganda na napapagalitan ng coach kaysa sa hindi pinapansin," said Mori about his training experience. In fact, he is looking forward to continue playing volleyball until college. Now that he holds the torch of peace and unity at the #MILOLittleOlympics, Aldre remains thankful to his coaches – Bernie Vergara and Alma Jocson, for always pointing out how he can do better at the game. Without the champions behind him, he would have never reached his goal. Do you have inspiring stories about the MILO Little Olympics that you’d like to share? Tag @milophilippines and use the hashtags #BuildChampions and #MILOLittleOlympics for a chance to get featured!

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Resilience and hard work can help build champions. 16-year-old Aldre Mori Ferrer believes that these values helped mold him to become a volleyball MVP of Marist School for two consecutive years. He persevered to be part of his school's top players and listened to tips from his coaches in order to do better in every game. "Nababangko ako dati pero di ako nag-give up. Lalo akong nagtrain. Ang advise ko sa ibang athletes, kahit na down o tinatamad sila, mag-train pa din. Mas maganda na napapagalitan ng coach kaysa sa hindi pinapansin," said Mori about his training experience. In fact, he is looking forward to continue playing volleyball until college. Now that he holds the torch of peace and unity at the #MILOLittleOlympics, Aldre remains thankful to his coaches – Bernie Vergara and Alma Jocson, for always pointing out how he can do better at the game. Without the champions behind him, he would have never reached his goal. Do you have inspiring stories about the MILO Little Olympics that you’d like to share? Tag @milophilippines and use the hashtags #BuildChampions and #MILOLittleOlympics for a chance to get featured!

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