Bambol Tolentino Assures Kayla Sanchez is Confident and Ready
According to Tolentino, the process of changing one’s representation in the Olympics itself is quite stringent. After securing a release from Team Canada, where Sanchez delivered a combined 12 relay medals from the world championships and Olympics, her appeal will be forwarded to the IOC before the body’s executive board committee calendars the issue. Tolentino is expecting that Sanchez’s bid will be tackled by the IOC executive board any time soon. With the blessings of World Aquatics, Sanchez was allowed to suit up for the first time as a FIlipino in the Asian Games in Hangzhou, China, two months ago. Sanchez won a silver with the Canadian relay squad in the women’s 4x100m freestyle and a bronze in the 4x100m medley during the Tokyo Olympics by anchoring the country in the heats.