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  • Army, Cagayan start Shakey’s duel

    Games Today (The Arena, San Juan) 2 p.m. – PLDT Home Telpad vs Air Force (for third) Awarding Ceremonies 4 p.m. – Army vs Cagayan Valley Army and Cagayan Valley – past and present champions – clash today in…

  • Torres catches last bus to Asiad

    Long jumper Marestella Torres was made a last-minute addition to the national team to the Asian Games, but she had to do it the hard way, winning the gold medal in the Singapore Open over the weekend with a…

  • 3-game bill ushers in basketball tilt

    A three-game bill in basketball will kick off the 13th season of the Universities and College Athletics Association (UCAA) on Aug. 30 at the Blue Eagle gym in Katipunan, Quezon City. Host Philippine School of Business Administration (PSBA) will…

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  • Coin-throwing mars Altas win against Letran Knights

    Games Tomorrow (The Arena, San Juan) 2 p.m. – EAC vs Jose Rizal 4 p.m. – San Sebastian vs Mapua University of Perpetual Help made critical stops at the crunch to eke out a 67-64 victory over Letran and…

  • Bench warmer stars as UST outlasts UP

    Bench warmer stars as UST outlasts UP

    Games Saturday (Smart Araneta Coliseum) 2 p.m. – UP vs FEU 4 p.m. – UST vs Ateneo A rookie benchwarmer made a name for himself yesterday as University of Santo Tomas kept its flickering Final Four hopes alive. Regie…

  • Taiwan ends PH team’s title dreams

    The Philippines’ quest to play in the world stage came to a heartbreaking end with a 90-86 loss to Taiwan last Tuesday in the quarterfinals of the FIBA Asia U-18 Championship at the Al-Gharafa Stadium in Doha, Qatar. Ming-Yi…

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  • Nothing is taken for granted, says Roach

    There’s been a lot of talk about Chris Algieri being a very accomplished individual, having been a karate and kickboxing expert, a licensed nutritionist and a soon-to-be-doctor. “Chris Algieri has a Master’s degree in a lot of things but…

  • Pacquiao to train future Chinese world champions

    Pacquiao to train future Chinese world champions

    Manila — Philippines sports legend Manny Pacquiao said Wednesday he is to open a Chinese government-backed chain of boxing academies across China to train potential future world champions. The Chinese government will embark on the first ‘’Manny Pacquiao Boxing…

  • Pacquiao to help set up boxing academy in China

    Manny Pacquiao is setting up a boxing institute in China and believes the country of 1.4 billion people can produce professional world champions. Pacquiao said Wednesday that he has partnered with a Chinese company and the Chinese government to…

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  • Huey, pal booted out

    The preparation of Fil-Am Treat Huey for the Incheon Asian Games next month was cut short yesterday after he and long-time British partner Dominic Inglot crashed out in the first round of the US Open men’s doubles. Huey and…

  • Huey, pal booted out

    The preparation of Fil-Am Treat Huey for the Incheon Asian Games next month was cut short yesterday after he and long-time British partner Dominic Inglot crashed out in the first round of the US Open men’s doubles. Huey and…

  • US teen wonder shares limelight with big stars

    US teen wonder shares limelight with big stars

    New York — Five-time champions Roger Federer and Serena Williams reached the US Open second round on Tuesday, but found themselves sharing the headlines with teenage upstarts CiCi Bellis and Borna Coric. Federer claimed his 50th win of 2014…

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  • Que ties Ababa for Aboitiz Invitational lead

    Que ties Ababa for Aboitiz Invitational lead

    Silang, Cavite — Angelo Que came out scorching with birdies and an eagle in one of the late afternoon flights and shot a bogey-free 7-under 65, catching an early-starting Jhonnel Ababa at the helm while Tony Lascuña likewise sizzled…

  • Salvador eyes 3-peat

    Silang, Cavite — Elmer Salvador sets out for a rare three-peat against a crack international field out to foil his record bid on the Asian Development Tour, ensuring a slam-bang action right in the opener of the $100,000 Aboitiz…

  • Tiger splits with swing coach

    Tiger splits with swing coach

    Paramus, N.J. — Tiger Woods is leaving swing coach Sean Foley after four years and no majors. Woods said on his website Monday he will no longer work with Foley, the Canadian whom he hired when his game was…

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  • Superliga: Santiago, Gumabao take centerstage at Astrodome

    Games Today (Cuneta Astrodome) 3 pm – Petron vs PLDT (W) 5 pm – AirAsia vs Cagayan Valley (W) 7 pm – PLDT AirForce vs Via Mare (M)   Dindin Santiago and Michelle Gumabao will take center stage anew…

  • Army eyes Shakey’s V-L lead

    Games Today (The Arena, San Juan) 2 p.m. – Army vs NU 4 p.m. – Air Force vs Ateneo With its vast experience, Philippine Army is tipped as the heavy favorite when it tackles National University (NU) today in…

  • Mexico whips Blu Girls, 7-0

    Game Today (Irvine, California) 2 a.m. – Philippines vs Canada The bats of the Philippine Blu Girls were kept silent and were crushed 7-0 by Mexico in just five innings for their first loss in the World Cup of…