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Nayre, the first Filipino table tennis player to secure a spot in these Games featuring the best 18-under athletes in the world, will wrap up the elimination round against Khanak Jha of the United States the following day, hoping he could advance to the round of 16 on Tuesday.
For-profit summer camps that sometimes operate sessions up to eight weeks oppose yearround schooling, while organizations like the Boy Scouts and YMCAs that usually run camps for shorter periods "don't seem to have a problem with it," says Charles Ballinger, executive director emeritus of NAYRE.
According to NAYRE's 1998-99 school-year statistics, just over 2 million students took part in year-round school programs.
Kanak Jha of the United States shut the door on Nayre in the round of 16 after posting a narrow 13-11, 11-8, 15-13, 11-8, straight-set victory on Monday in the 2018 Youth Olympic Games at the Table Tennis Arena of the Technopolis here.
Nayre, an 18-year-old from Baybay, Bohol, was pitted against Kanak Jha of the US, needing a victory that would have propelled him to the round of 16.
Nayre first pulled off a demolition job on the higher-ranked Nicolas Burgos of Chile, 11-9, 6-11, 11-9, 11-6, 11-8, but couldn't stand against Kolodziejczyk in a in a span of seven hours held at the Table Tennis Arena of the Technopolis.
The long break heading to the evening session slowed Nayre down.
BUENOS AIRES -- Jann Mari Nayre split his two matches that put himself in a must-win situation in the table tennis competitions of the 2018 Youth Olympic Games (YOG) at the Technopolis here.
Jann Mari Nayre has embraced the tension of being the first Filipino who will plunge into action in the 2018 Youth Olympic Games here.
Nayre opens Philippine bid in Youth Olympics !-- -- Abac Cordero (The Philippine Star) - October 8, 2018 - 12:00am BUENOS AIRES ndash The Philippine campaign in the third Youth Olympic Games gets going Sunday with Jann Mari Nayre of table tennis facing a doubleheader at the Tecnopolis Center here.
A day after the festivities that will kick off the 12-day sportsfest of over 4,000 athletes, table tennis wonder Jann Mari Nayre will plunge into action against a still unidentified opponent in the preliminary round.
Jann Mari Nayre, a national table tennis champ back home, will begin the medal campaign on Sunday (Monday in Manila) against a still undetermined foe followed the next day by kiteboarder Christian Tio, who will compete for six days straight in his bid for a podium performance.