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Friday, June 20, 2008

Kapusolympics: More than just a celebrity challenge

There were cameras around chronicling every movement and action of the Kapuso stars at the eight-hectare Golden Sunset Beach Resort in Calatagan, Batangas. This time, they didn’t have to be in character but they had to be in tip-top shape to survive all the games prepared for the second annual Kapusolympics: Watermania. This year, the celebrity games focused on water sports.

About 60 Kapuso stars participated in the different challenges that put their wit and stamina to the test.

These stars were divided into six teams, namely Blue, Red, Green, Yellow, Orange and Violet. Each team was supervised by an executive producer and a segment producer.

The action started with Sisid Run, an underwater obstacle, and Magulong Magulong Gulong, a plunger jaust.

Other interesting and one-of-a-kind games were Monkey Bars, Bi-Kad (Zip Bike Race), Pasa Puzzle (Tangram Puzzle), One Two Stop and One Two Go (2 Steps Forward). There was also Tuloy-Tulay (Boat Race).

Also hosting the event were Iza Calzado, Heart Evangelista, Arnell Ignacio, Katrina Halili, Raymond Gutierrez, Ariel Villasanta and Maverick Relova. They gave everyone an overview of the events like the mechanics of the games and recap of team standing. The hosts also made exit interviews of the winning and losing teams.

More than the display of athleticism among the stars, the small-scale Star Olympics sent a message of belongingness and brotherhood. They share one network: GMA 7. It was also the perfect time and venue for the stars to touch base with each other, rekindle friendships and strengthen ties. Kapusolympics was one affair stars can let their hair down and be themselves with the spotlight on.

Before the winning team was announced, special/individual awards were given to celebrity-participants.

Richard Gomez received the Clear Precision Award for efficiently strategizing and organizing his team efforts. Eula Valdez took home the Fitrum Looking Wow Award. JC de Vera won the Happee Toothpaste Smile Award. Luis Alandy, the Extra Joss Strong Performance Award for his energetic performance throughout the games. Marco Alcaraz was awarded the Wings Active Guard Performance trophy.

For more action and to find out which team wins big, watch Kapusolympics on June 22 on SNBO.




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