Bilyonaryo Jaime Augusto Zobel de Ayala and C-suite executives from the Ayala Group personally congratulated four of the eight Atletang Ayala talents who brought home medals from the 2023 Southeast Asian Games held in Cambodia.
JAZA gathered the athletes with their sparkling medal haul for an afternoon of pleasantries.
The winners include:
– Xiandi Chua, who set a new SEA Games record and a gold medal for the 200-meter backstroke swimming competition; a silver in the women’s 4×100-meter freestyle relay, and two bronzes;
– Jasmine Alkhaldi, who won four silver and three bronze medals;
– Nathaniel Perez, bronze medalist in men’s team foil fencing;
– Noelito Jose, silver medalist in men’s individual epee;
– and Prince Alejo, fourth placer in kumite for karate.
The athletes’ victory in the SEA Games happened just a year after joining the conglomerate’s athletics program, where they are employed by Ayala subsidiaries and still given the time to train for competitions.
Ayala Corp. president and CEO Cezar Consing and BPI CEO TG Limcaoco joined fellow executives in the special meeting. Congratulations!
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