The Only Filipino Real Atlas And Mr. Universe Died At 56

The only Filipino Mr. Universe two time runner-up winner died at the age of 56 on July 16, 2012 in Shanghai China  

The only Filipino Mr. Universe two time runner-up winner died at the age of 56 on July 16, 2012 in Shanghai China

 

Simeon “Sammy” Ayochok the Philippines real Atlas and two time runner-up winner for Mr. Universe died of heart attack in Shanghai China on July 16, 2012. Ayochok, put the Philippines on the world map in SEA Games for winning the gold medal and five consecutive Asian Bodybuilding Championship games. The pride of Cordillera known as “Igorot Hercules” was born on March 24, 1956 in Bontoc, Mountain Province. Ayochok was the senior club operations consultant of Megafit China Inc. at

the time of his death. The Baguio City Government recognized Sammy Ayochok as top local athletes of the 20th century together with other Cordilleran Olympian athletes Hector Beggeo and Gerry Diño.

 

Simeon “Sammy” Ayochok achievements

Asian Bodybuilding


? 1986 – Champion (Taipei)
? 1987- Champion (Malacca)
? 1988 – Champion (Singapore)
? 1989 – Champion (Jakarta, Indonesia)
? 1994 – Champion (Hongkong)


SEA Games


? 1987 –


Gold Medalist (Jakarta Indonesia)
Mr. Olympian
? 1987 – 4th runner-up (Madrid, Spain)
? 2001- Bronze Medalist (Macon, France)


Mr. Universe


? 2001 - Gold Medalist Professional Mr. Universe (Paris, France)
? 2003- Gold Medalist Masters Mr. Universe (Cuxhaven, Germany)


Diploma and Training


>1981 –Management of Physical Fitness Training for Elderly and Rehabilitated Patients (Hongkong)
> 1983- Fitness for Elite Athletes (Singapore)
>1985- Strength and Conditioning for Sports (Malaysia)
>1987- Sports Medicines

 

Accreditations


? International Federation of Bodybuilding and Fitness
? International Fitness Professional Association
? And others

 


juny
7-29-2012
1:38am Sunday
 



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