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Sino nga ba si Monsour?

Monsour Del Rosario was born in Manila and grew up in Bacolod, his family hometown. His mother is Filipino of Arab descent.

He first learned martial arts under Joe Lopez-Vito, a Moo Duk Kwan-Tang Soo Do practitioner. After he returned to Manila for his high school education, del Rosario shifted to taekwondo in 1977 as a student of Hong Sung-Chon. Under Master Hong, del Rosario has attained a Korean 8th Dan taekwondo black belt. He is a graduate of the De La Salle University, Manila.

Del Rosario joined the Philippine National Taekwondo Team in 1982 and remained until 1989, serving as the team’s captain in his last four years on the team.

He was ranked first in the Philippines in the Lightweight Division while he was on the team, and was an eight-time National Lightweight champion. From 1982 to 1989, he competed in several international competitions, including the 1988 Seoul Olympics, the Southeast Asian Games, the Asian Games, the World.

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Monsour del Rosario in the News

by June Navarro  |  Philippine Daily Inquirer   |   Mar 27, 2019

SPORT OFFICIALS SET ASIDE DIFFERENCES AS PEP RALLY KICKS OFF COUNTDOWN TO SEA GAMES

Manila, Philippines – All it took was one big gathering of athletes designed to reclaim the overall title in the coming Southeast Asian Games for the country’s top sports officials to set their differences aside.

by INQUIRER.net  |  Jan 30, 2019

MONSOUR DEL ROSARIO TURNS EMOTIONAL AFTER MEETING BENEFICIARIES

During the pilot episode of the “adVice Ko Si Monsour” on Radyo Inquirer 990AM and Inquirer 990TV, two recent beneficiaries of aid given by 1st District Makati Congressman Monsour del Rosario got to thank him personally on the program.

by RadyoMaN Manila  |  Mar 19, 2019

TEAM PILIPINAS, MAS MAGHIHIGPIT SA PAGPILI NG MGA ATLETANG ISASABAK SA 2019 SEA GAMES

Mas maghihigpit ang Team Philippines sa pagpili ng mga atletang isasabak sa 2019 Southeast Asian (SEA) games sa darating na Nobyembre 30 hanggang Disyembre 11, sa New Clark City, Pampanga.

by INQUIRER.net  |  Dec 8, 2018

MONSOUR DEL ROSARIO ANSWERS CRITICS AND PREPARES FOR MAKATI VICE MAYOR RUN

Eager to counter comments from his opposition that he is “only about sports and showbiz,” Makati City First District Rep. Monsour del Rosario has rolled out an extensive and impressive number of accomplishments in the House of Representatives to prove otherwise.

by Beatrice Go  |  Rappler.com  |  Mar 14, 2019

SEA GAMES 2019: YULO, ASIAN GOLDEN GIRLS BANNER PH FLAG BEARER CANDIDATES

Asian Games gold medalists Hidilyn Diaz, Yuka Saso, Margielyn Didal and gymnast Carlos Yulo made it to the initial shortlist of top athletes eyed to serve as the Philippines’ flag bearer in the 2019 Southeast Asian (SEA) Games.

by Waylon Galvez | Manila Bulletin | Mar 14, 2019

ONLY ATHLETES WITH CHANCE OF WINNING TO MAKE PH TEAM – MONSOUR

Team Philippines Chef de Mission Monsour del Rosario wants to have athletes capable of winning medals for the national team and not for exposure in this year’s Southeast Asian Games. Del Rosario, a one-time Olympian, said that they already informed the various national sports associations of these criteria that will be followed in the selection process for the SEA Games.

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