Victoria Sports is more than willing to share its state-of-the-art facilities when the Philippines plays host in the 30th Southeast Asian Games in 2019.
According to club manager Cesar Villanueva, with a 50-meter inoodr lap pool, six private gyms and complete wellness facilities, Victoria Sports will be the world’s largest indoor sports club in a residential setting.
“We are very much welcome on that matter. Gusto naming makatulong sa pagtataguyod ng bansa natin ng SEA Games and we’re open to any possibilities. Victoria Sports features five floors equipped with most advanced indoor sports complex,” said Victoria Sports club manager Cesar Villanueva.
Victoria Sports is now on soft opening with select amenities – the gym, basketball court, swimming pools, fencing, gymnastics and a business club – slated ot be operational this month. Studios are available for mixed martial arts, gymnastics and various dance programs.
Various courts – tennis, badminton and squash – will be up for regular practice od game along with the premiere basketball court. Triathletes can training indoors at the club’s 100m track, the multiple treadmill and spincycle equipment and the Olympic-length indoor pool.
The national powerlifting team led by world champion Bettina Bordeos and Anita Koykka is actually using the indoor sports complex for training. They recently won gold medals in the Asian Powerlifting Championship held in Udaipur, India.
“Victoria Sports aims to be a one-stop training facility for enthusiasts to athletes. Our offering is so extensive that they will have every feature they need in one building,” said sales team head Boybits Victoria, a former Philippine Basketball Association star.
The complex will soon feature a day spa and sports medicine clinic that could pamper the foreign participants who will be seeing action in the SEA Games.
“It has world-class facilities including basketball gym which can be used as training venue as well as weighlifting gym, swimming pools, fencing gym, gymnastics gym, shooting range, boxing ring and other facilities which pass the international standards,” added Victoria.
The Philippines last played host in 2005.
The games were held in different places such as Bacolod City, Cebu City, Los Banos and Canlubang in Laguna, Tagaytay City, Angeles City, Subic Bay Freeport Zone and Metro Manila as main hub.