PH s Winwyn Marquez wins Reina Hispanoamericana 2017

MANILA, Philippines (UPDATED)– Teresita Ssen "Winwyn" Marquez was crowned as Reina Hispanoamericana on Saturday, November 4. (Sunday morning, November 5 in Manila). Winwyn was crowned by Reina Hispanoamericana 2016 Maria Camila Soleibe of Colombia, during the pageant held in Sta Cruz, Bolivia.   This is the first time the Philippines ........»»

Category: newsSource: rappler rapplerNov 5th, 2017

Winwyn, kinoronahang Reina Hispanoamericana sa Bolivia

KINORONAHAN bilang bagong Reina Hispanoamericana 2017 ang Kapuso actress na si Winwyn Marquez (real name: Teresita Ssen Marquez) sa Santa Cruz de la Sierra sa Bolivia, Sabado ng gabi, November 4 (Sunday morning sa Manila). Kauna-unahang beauty delegate mula sa ’Pinas at Asya si Winwyn and she bested 26 other….....»»

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PH bet Winwyn Marquez crowned Reina Hispanoamericana 2017 

THE PHILIPPINES’ TERESITA Ssen “Winwyn” Marquez, was crowned Reina Hispanoamericana 2017. The 25-year-old beat 27 other candidates on Saturday night in Sta Cruz, Bolivia (Sunday morning in Manila) to become the first and only Asian to have won the title. Marquez was a strong contender from the beginning of the pageant and had the crown in the bag [...] The post PH bet Winwyn Marquez crowned Reina Hispanoamericana 2017  appeared first on The Manila Times Online......»»

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Winwyn Marquez, Karen Ibasco crowned Reina Hispanoamericana, Miss Earth

TWO Filipinas shone on the beauty pageant stage over the weekend, winning the crown in their respective competitions. Teresita Ssen “Winwyn” Marquez and Karen Ibasco were crowned Reina Hispanoamericana and Miss Earth 2017 respectively on Saturday night after impressive performances. Marquez, 25, beat 27 other candidates in Sta Cruz, Bolivia on Saturday night (Sunday morning in Manila) [...] The post Winwyn Marquez, Karen Ibasco crowned Reina Hispanoamericana, Miss Earth appeared first on The Manila Times Online......»»

Category: newsSource:  manilatimes_netRelated NewsNov 5th, 2017

Miss U Philippines Maxine Medina defends fellow beauty queen Winwyn Marquez

2016 Miss Universe Philippines Maxine Medina defended her fellow beauty queen 2017 Miss Reina Hispanoamericana Filipinas Winwyn Marquez who is being criticized by both local and foreign netizens. During aThe post Miss U Philippines Maxine Medina defends fellow beauty queen Winwyn Marquez appeared first on DZRH News......»»

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Sunduan in the sun

Parañaque City’s prettiest ladies, including reigning Reina Hispanoamericana 2017 Teresita Ssen “Winwyn” Marquez, came together on the streets of La Huerta and were fetched by their consorts for the traditional Sunduan ceremony......»»

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Winwyn Marquez on moving to ABS-CBN, Mark Herras reaction

MANILA, Philippines — After being hailed as the first Asian and the first Filipino to win as Reina Hispanoamericana Filipinas, Teresita "Winwyn" Márquez anti.....»»

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Winwyn’s title brings in new opportunities

WINWYN Marquez is back in town after winning the Reina HispanoAmericana title in Sta. Cruz, Bolivia on November 4. From Bolivia, she passed by New York and Washington DC. “Naka-five days rin ako roon, konting bakasyon lang to rest,” she says. Upon arrival at our airport from the U.S. last… Source link link: Winwyn’s title brings in new opportunities.....»»

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Winwyn’s title brings in new opportunities

WINWYN Marquez is back in town after winning the Reina HispanoAmericana title in Sta. Cruz, Bolivia on November 4. From Bolivia, she passed by New York and Washington DC. “Naka-five days rin ako roon, konting bakasyon lang to rest,” she says. Upon arrival at our airport from the U.S. last….....»»

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Winwyn, magpapalit ng pangalan ... kasal kay Mark, ’di prayoridad ng beauty queen BAUN-BAON ni Winwyn Marquez ang payo ng inang si Alma Moreno at tiyahin na si Melanie Marquez na, “Be strong!” bago siya sumabak sa Miss Reina Hispanoamericana sa Bolivia last November 4. Kabado siya nang bumiyahe kasama….....»»

Category: newsSource:  journalRelated NewsNov 14th, 2017

Winwyn Marquez bags special awards at Reina Hispanoamericana

MANILA, Philippines — Actress and beauty queen Teresita "Winwyn" Moreno Marquez continues to fight for the Philippines’ first Reina Hispanoamerica crown......»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  philstarRelated NewsNov 2nd, 2017

Winwyn, may pasalubong sa mga taga-Bolivia

KAHAPON, October 19 tumulak patungong Sta. Cruz, Bolivia ang actress-turned beauty queen na si Winwyn Marquez na siyang kinatawan ng Pilipinas for the very first time sa 2017 Reina Hispanicoamericana. Si Winwyn bale ang kauna-unahang Filipina and the only Asian candidate sa nasabing beauty pageant na binuo noong 1991 sa….....»»

Category: newsSource:  journalRelated NewsOct 20th, 2017

Megan, Teresita lead Marawi fashion show at CCP

MANILA, Philippines — Miss World 2013 Megan Young and the reigning Reina Hispanoamericana Teresita Marquez will lead a bevy of beauty queens and ramp models.....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  philstarRelated NewsMar 23rd, 2018

Year of crowns, PHL goes big in 2017 pageant victories

Karen Ibasco, Winwyn Marquez, Mary Eve Adeline Escoto, and Jannie Loudette Alipo-on are just some of the beautiful ladies who gave honor to the Philippines after they took home theThe post Year of crowns, PHL goes big in 2017 pageant victories appeared first on DZRH News......»»

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GMA Network welcomes Reina Hispanoamericana 2017

GMA Network welcomes Reina Hispanoamericana 2017.....»»

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Mariel, nakakuha ng kakampi kay Winwyn Alexander Lee, ibinandera ang tumor sa atay ng ama NAKAHANAP ng kasangga si Mariel de Leon kay Teresita “Winwyn” Marquez sa pagkatalo ng una sa katatapos na Miss International 2017 sa Japan last Tuesday. Pinutakti ng panlalait si Mariel simula nang hindi siya makapasok….....»»

Category: newsSource:  journalRelated NewsNov 15th, 2017

Hot Stuff: November 2017 Is Beauty Pageant Month And The PH Is Looking To Reign Supreme!

With Winwyn Marquez, Karen Ibasco, and Nelda Ibe making us proud on the world pageant stage recently, we can get only more excited for Miss Universe, Miss World, and Miss International in the coming weeks!.....»»

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Winwyn, humakot ng special awards sa Miss Reina Hispanicoamericana

UMANI ng special awards si Winwyn Marquez, pambato ng bansa sa Miss Reina Hispanicoamericana na magaganap ngayong gabi, November 4, sa Santa Cruz, Bolivia. Sa isang post, ibinahagi ni Win ang interview niya sa judges na mula sa official Facebook page ng Reina Hispanicoamericana. Tinanong siya tungkol sa history ng….....»»

Category: newsSource:  journalRelated NewsNov 3rd, 2017

‘Unique’ Filipino heritage is Winwyn’s edge in Reina Hispanoamericana 2017

'I';m Asian. I think that';s my edge. We have a really unique heritage; we';re basically also Spanish, since our words are assimilated, our cultures are very similar. We';re v.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilanewsRelated NewsOct 19th, 2017

US misses World Cup because of numerous defensive breakdowns

em>By Ronald Blum, Associated Press /em> COUVA, Trinidad (AP) — Standing in the stadium tunnel near the U.S. locker room after the Collapse in Couva, captain Michael Bradley was asked over and over what went wrong. How had the United States, a regional power that had made seven straight World Cup appearances, failed to qualify for next year's tournament? What led to the Americans' stunning, crushing, almost farcical 2-1 loss to already eliminated Trinidad and Tobago that caused them to tumble to fifth in the six-nation final round of the North and Central American and Caribbean region. A year of defensive breakdowns under two coaching staffs did in the U.S., which finished with three wins, three losses and four ties. 'We like to hang our hat on the fact that we outwork teams and we press teams,' goalkeeper Tim Howard said. 'They won a lot of second balls tonight and put us under pressure.' A relentless work ethic the Americans relied on for years was absent too often. 'You can't go and score four, five goals every game. We have to be able to be hard to play against,' forward Jozy Altidore said. 'We weren't hard enough to play against too many times on these nights.' In this cycle, the Americans not only lost their first home qualifier since the 2002 World Cup qualifying rounds, they lost two home games in a qualifying cycle for the first time since 1957 — during their 40-year absence from soccer's top event. 'When you lose the first two games and you drop points on too many days, your margin for error goes away, and so you know you're at the mercy of a night like this, where everything possible goes against you, both here and in the two other games,' Bradley said. 'When we start the hex poorly, when we don't take the points that we should on some other days, then you leave open the chance on the last day this can happen.' Bradley is 30 and may not play in another World Cup. Howard (38) and Clint Dempsey (34) will never again appear on soccer's biggest stage. 'If I said disappointment, it would be an understatement,' Howard said. A look at what went wrong in qualifying for the United States: strong>NOV. 11, 2016 /strong> The U.S. had been 30-0-2 in qualifying at home since a 3-2 loss to Honduras at Washington's RFK Stadium in September 2001 and scheduled its opener of the hex against Mexico at Columbus, Ohio, where the Americans had won four straight qualifiers against El Tri by 2-0 scores. Miguel Layun put Mexico ahead in the 20th minute with a shot that deflected off defender Timmy Chandler and past Howard. Bobby Wood tied the score in the 49th, but in the 89th minute 37-year-old Rafa Marquez got away from defender John Brooks, who was blocked by Altidore, and Marquez nodded in Layun's corner kick for the go-ahead goal in Mexico's 2-1 win. strong>NOV. 15, 2016 /strong> Costa Rica routed the visiting United States 4-0, the Americans' first four-goal loss in qualifying since 1980. Brooks' giveaway led to an attack culminating in Johan Venegas beating Brooks to a cross for the opening goal. Christian Pulisic's turnover set up Cristian Bolanos' goal, Brooks misplayed a looping pass leading to the third goal and Chandler was late to a cross as Joel Campbell scored his second of the night. Coach Jurgen Klinsmann was fired six days later and replaced by Bruce Arena, the U.S. coach from 1998-2006. 'There's going to need to be some urgency,' Bradley said before boarding the team bus. 'We're going to have to look collectively real hard in the mirror at ourselves.' strong>MARCH 28, 2017 /strong> Four days after a 6-0 rout of Honduras at San Jose, California, in the first competitive match of Arena's return, Clint Dempsey's 39th-minute goal gave the U.S. the lead at Panama City. Gabriel Gomez tied the score four minutes later when he beat Tim Ream and Jorge Villafana to a loose ball following a thrown-in for an open 4-yard shot past Howard. The score finished 1-1. strong>JUNE 11, 2017 /strong> Arena changed seven starters with only two off days following a 2-0 win over Trinidad and Tobago at Commerce City, Colorado. Bradley's 40-yard chip in Mexico City's thin air put the U.S. ahead in the sixth minute at Estadio Azteca, but Carlos Vela equalized in the 23rd minute to finish a field-length move, cutting inside of 35-year-old left back DaMarcus Beasley for a 23-yard shot that beat goalkeeper Brad Guzan to the near post. The game ended 1-1. strong>SEPT. 1, 2017 /strong> Marco Urena spun around Ream, caught Howard leaning and beat the goalkeeper to the far post in the 30th minute. Urena doubled the lead in the 82nd with an 18-yard shot after David Guzman intercepted a poor pass by Geoff Cameron, giving Costa Rica a 2-0 win at Harrison, New Jersey. strong>SEPT. 5, 2017 /strong> Romell Quioto put Honduras ahead in the 27th minute at San Pedro Sula after defender Omar Gonzalez failed to clear the ball with a slide tackle and left an open shot. Wood's 85th-minute goal salvaged a draw that kept the Americans in fourth place, behind Panama but ahead of Honduras on goal difference. 'He just kind of like fell over the ball a little bit,' Arena said of Gonzalez. strong>OCT. 10, 2017 /strong> A 4-0 rout of Panama days earlier in Orlando, Florida, moved the Americans back into third place and put them in position to qualify with a win over Trinidad and Tobago, almost certainly with a tie (because of goal difference) or even a defeat if Panama failed to beat Costa Rica and Honduras did not defeat Mexico. A loss coupled by either a Costa Rica or Honduras defeat would mean a two-game playoff for the U.S. next month against Australia. But 28 years after the U.S. won at Trinidad and Tobago to return to the World Cup for the first time since 1950, the Soca Warriors went ahead in the 17th minute when Gonzalez tried to clear a cross but sent the ball off his left shin and looping over Howard. Alvin Jones scored on a 35-yard shot in the 37th and while Pulisic cut the gap in the 47th, Dempsey hit a post in the 77th, and both Panama and Costa Rica rallied from halftime deficits to win.   .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsOct 12th, 2017

Actress Wyn Marquez ready for Miss World Philippines finals

MANILA, Philippines — Actress Winwyn Marquez will go for the win at the finals of Miss World Philippines 2017 on September 3......»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  philstarRelated NewsAug 31st, 2017