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Bong Coo (born June 3, 1948) is the most decorated Filipino (male or female) athlete in any sport per Philippine Republic Act 9064 also known as "Athletes Incentives Act of 2001". Her career with the national team has earned for Philippines 78 medals broken down to 37 gold, 23 silver and 18 bronze, and won a total of 137 championship titles with at least one Masters title for 28 consecutive years. She was inducted to the Philippine Sports Hall of Fame with compatriots Paeng Nepomuceno and Lita Dela Rosa on November 22, 2018 .

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  • Bong Coo (born June 3, 1948) is the most decorated Filipino (male or female) athlete in any sport per Philippine Republic Act 9064 also known as "Athletes Incentives Act of 2001". Her career with the national team has earned for Philippines 78 medals broken down to 37 gold, 23 silver and 18 bronze, and won a total of 137 championship titles with at least one Masters title for 28 consecutive years. She was inducted to the Philippine Sports Hall of Fame with compatriots Paeng Nepomuceno and Lita Dela Rosa on November 22, 2018 .
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  • Bong Coo (born June 3, 1948) is the most decorated Filipino (male or female) athlete in any sport per Philippine Republic Act 9064 also known as "Athletes Incentives Act of 2001". Her career with the national team has earned for Philippines 78 medals broken down to 37 gold, 23 silver and 18 bronze, and won a total of 137 championship titles with at least one Masters title for 28 consecutive years. Bong Coo is a four time Ten-pin bowling World Champion and the first Filipino athlete listed in the Guinness Book of World Records. and one of the inaugural member to the International Bowling Hall of FameSt. Louis Missouri in 1993 with compatriot Paeng Nepomuceno and Sweden's Annete Hagre (the Hall of Fame relocated to Arlington, Texas in 2010). She was named one of the "Greatest International Bowlers of All-Time" by the prestigious Bowlers Journal International in its November 2013 100-year anniversary issue and "Top 24 International Bowlers of All-Time" by the Bowlers Journal International edition in September 2004 She was inducted to the Philippine Sports Hall of Fame with compatriots Paeng Nepomuceno and Lita Dela Rosa on November 22, 2018 . She was honored with Philippine Sports Association (PSA) a Lifetime Achievement award on February 26, 2019 She was a PSA four time Athlete of the Year awardee and a member of its Hall of Fame and Athletes of the Millennium.
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