2021 FIBA Asia Cup qualifiers: Kiefer remains positive despite Doha cancellation
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Kiefer Ravena has actually selected to remain positive despite news of the 3rd and final window of the 2021 FIBA Asia Cup qualifiers in Qatar being called off.
Ravena was with a number of members of the Gilas Pilipinas men’s nationwide swimming pool training in Calamba city, Laguna because January 10 for qualifiers, first set at Clark in Pampanga prior to being moved to Doha.
In both circumstances, a government-sanctioned travel restriction because of COVID-19 procedures stopped the tournament happening.
In Qatar’s case, its Ministry of Public Health ordered the cancelation of events after seeing a rise of coronavirus cases considering that February 4.
However that is no factor to feel down, Ravena said.
” Thank you my brothers! We have actually fought day in and day out, pushed each other to our limits and sacrificed time far from family and loved ones. All part of our journey to represent our country,” he stated in his Instagram post.
” To the Avengers aka our training personnel, over 100 years of experience shared to a bunch of tough headed players We value you guys for the persistence, commitment and attention to detail. We will bring whatever with us to be much better basketball players!”.
Ravena likewise thanked the fans for their assistance even while they were training in isolation in Calamba.
2021 FIBA Asia Cup qualifiers in Doha cancelled; rising COVID cases pointed out.
” Sa lahat ng Gilas Fans, hanggang sa Muli! Salamat sa supporta! Kahit hindi tuloy ang laro, alam naman nanjan kayo pra supportahan kami! #PUSO,” stated the NLEX point player.
Amongst those who signed up with Gilas’ training in Calamba were Isaac Go, Calvin Oftana, Kenmark Carino, Matt Nieto, Mike Nieto, and Rey Suerte, Javi Gomez de Liano, Dave Ildefonso, Justine Baltazar, William Navarro, and naturalization candidate Ange Kouame.
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