Top 20 Headliners of Philippine Swimming in 2019


PinoySwimming dot Com presents the Top 20 Headliners of Philippine Swimming in year 2019 based on the number of views (reads) of their respective published news articles in the website.

Each published article in the website for year 2019 has a record of it’s unique views (number of reads), and we ranked each article according to the number of unique views to release the Top 20 news makers of the year.

With lots of BIG NEWS in year 2019, Joy Rodgers’ managed to catch the attention of many swimming followers with her national record breaking swim at the 2019 SEA Games, making her the Top Headliner of PinoySwimming dot Com for year 2019.

Taking the second spot is Jasmine Alkhaldi on her article titled “Nine events, eight medals, eight national records, two Olympic B cuts, one Jasmine Alkhaldi” with 3003 views.

Jerard Jacinto’s gold medal win at the Singapore Age Group Nationals was the third most read news article; Luke Gebbie, along with Alkhaldi, are in fourth place with their record breaking feat in SEA Games.

Albren Jan Dayapdapan and Gabriel Angelo Jizmundo joined forces to rank 5th in the most read news article for 2019, with their PH Swimming junior record breaking feat at the Batang Pinoy Nationals.

Completing the Top 20 list are Jonathan Cook (6), Georgia Peregrina (7), Jessie Lacuna (8), Alexi Cabayaran (9), Sacho Ilustre (10), Desirae Mangaoang (11), Xiandi Chua (12), Ted Laminta (13), Athena Chang (14), Remedy Rule (15), Jasmine Mojdeh (16), Jarod Hatch & Jean-Pierre Khouzam (17-18), James Deiparine (19) and Jaden Olson (20).

Here’s the complete list of Top 20 Most Read Articles in Year 2019 :

3397 – Rodgers breaks PH Swim Record; as nine of ten tankers advance to day three SEA Games finals
3003 – Nine events, eight medals, eight national records, two Olympic B cuts, one Jasmine Alkhaldi
2539 – Jerard Jacinto wins gold in Singapore Age Group Nationals; resets junior swim record
2038 – Alkhaldi and Gebbie erase PH national records; advance to SEA Games finals tonight
2060 – Dayapdapan, Jizmundo break 16 year-old 50m Breast Philippine junior record
1394 – Cook fires up day one SEA Games prelims, as all Pinoy tankers advance to finals
1194 – Georgia Peregrina breaks Akiko Thomson’s 26-year-old PH Swim Record
1159 – Lacuna grabs national team slot; off to his sixth SEA Games appearance
1144 – Alexi Cabayaran breaks Jasmine Alkhaldi’s Junior Philippine Swim Record
1141 – La Salle’s Ilustre and Jacinto secure SEA Games berth
1096 – Desirae Mangaoang shatters 15-year-old Philippine Swimming Record
1046 – Chua pockets SEA Games slot at Philippine National Open 2019
1044 – Laminta opens NCAA Season 95 bid in record breaking fashion
865 – Athena Chang smashes PH Swim junior record; hits SEA Age Group QTA
821 – Remedy Rule clocks Tokyo Olympic Selection Time
783 – Mojdeh steals show; snatches gold in Hong Kong Open
770 – Hatch and Khouzam set 100m Fly Philippine Swim Records at US Nationals
708 – Deiparine ends swimming’s gold medal drought; breaks SEA Games record
703 – Olson equals Ryan Papa’s 100m Back record; resets 50m Back swim record

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