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Name DAGMIL Henry
NOC PHI - Philippines Philippines Date of Birth 07 DEC 1981
Residence Gender Male
Height 172 cm Weight 71 kg
Discipline Athletics

Athletics

Result
Date Time Event Phase Results
Rank Time Record
30 SEP 2014 19:35 Men's Long Jump Final Final 11 7.43

Competition Highlights

RankEventYearLocationResult
Asian Games
5Long Jump2006Doha, QAT7.76
6Long Jump2010Guangzhou, CHN7.52
Olympic Games
34Long Jump2008Beijing, CHN7.58
World Championships
Long Jump2011Daegu, KORNoM
Long Jump2009Berlin, GERNoM
Asian Championships
11Long Jump2013Pune, IND7.27
South East Asian Games
1Long Jump2013Naypyidaw, MYA7.80
2Long Jump2011Indonesia7.78
6Triple Jump2011Indonesia15.65

Detailed Information

Biography
Occupation Athlete
Higher education Engineering - Mapua Institute of Technology, Manila, PHI
Spouse & Children Wife Jennifer, three sons
Languages Spoken English, Tagalog
Coach Arnold Villarubi (Athlete, 29 Sep 2014)
International debut 2005 for Philippines (Athlete, 29 Sep 2014)
Injuries He suffered a groin injury in the month leading up to the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing. (gmanewstv.com, 15 Aug 2008)<BR/><BR/>In 2005 he sustained a hamstring injury. (Athlete, 29 Sep 2014)
Additional Information Start of sporting career
He took up the sport in 1994. (Athlete, 29 Sep 2014)

Reason for taking up this sport
He started the sport through his school. (Athlete, 29 Sep 2014)

Most memorable sporting achievement
Representing the Philippines at the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing. (Athlete, 29 Sep 2014).

Hero
US long jumper Mike Powell and US sprinter Carl Lewis. (Athlete, 29 Sep 2014)

Most influential person in career
His family. (Athlete, 29 Sep 2014)

Sporting philosophy / motto
"Train hard and it will be an easy win." (Athlete, 29 Sep 2014)

General
COACHING CRITICISM
In March 2014 he was openly critical of the support he was receiving from his national coaches, including Joseph Sy, claiming they fail to adequately prepare athletes for competition. "Without a coach to regularly monitor the things that I do in training, I was forced to train by myself in big competitions like the SEA [South East Asian] Games. It has been that way after I failed to medal in the [2008] Olympics." (sports.inquirer.net, 12 Mar 2014; philstar.com, 12 Mar 2014)

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