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  • Dato settles for silver

    Team UAAP-Philippines won one silver and two bronze medals in the final day of swimming yesterday to close out its overall campaign with a remarkable fifth-place finish in the ASEAN University Games in Palembang, Indonesia. Ateneo’s Hannah Dato settled…

  • PSA Awards Night set

    The best and the brightest in 2014 – led by the Athlete of the Year – will hog the limelight anew when the Philippine Sportswriters Association (PSA) holds its Annual Awards Night on Feb. 16 next year. Three athletes…

  • Ateneo swim sensation captures 3rd gold medal

    Team UAAP-Philippines snatched another gold medal courtesy of Ateneo swimming sensation Hannah Dato as the 17th ASEAN University Games comes to a close today in Palembang, Indonesia. Dato, the Season 77 swimming MVP, became the country’s best performer after…

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  • Crucial Game 3 for ROS, Alaska

    Game Today (Mall of Asia Arena, Pasay City) 7 p.m. – Rain or Shine vs Alaska Expect another thrilling finish as Rain or Shine (ROS) and Alaska go for a crucial win in Game 3 of their semifinal series…

  • San Miguel downs TNT, takes 2-0 lead

    San Miguel downs TNT, takes 2-0 lead

    Game Today (Mall of Asia Arena, Pasay City) 7 p.m. – Rain or Shine vs Alaska Mobbed every time he made a move inside, San Miguel Beer center June Mar Fajardo found a place that was a little less…

  • Hapee seeks 8th win vs MP Hotel

    Hapee seeks 8th win vs MP Hotel

    Games Today (Marikina Sports Complex, Marikina) 10 a.m. – Wangs Basketball vs MJM M-Builders 12 p.m. – Hapee Toothpaste vs MP Hotel 2 p.m. – Cagayan Valley vs Racal Motors Powerhouse Hapee Toothpaste and Cagayan Valley are out to…

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  • Taconing faces Indon

    World-rated Jonathan Taconing of the Johnny Elorde International Stable meets Mikwanto Raknafa of Indonesia tonight at the grand ballroom of the Elorde Sports Center in Sucat, Parañaque. The slugfest, dubbed “Battle of the Little Giants”, is being presented by…

  • Stevenson knocks out challenger

    Stevenson knocks out challenger

    Quebec City — Canada’s Adonis Stevenson easily retained his World Boxing Council light heavyweight title Friday, knocking out challenger Dmitry Sukhotsky in the fifth round at the Colisee arena. The 37-year-old southpaw Stevenson (25-1, 21 KOs) dropped Sukhotsky with…

  • Floyd to Pacquiao: Bow before me

    Floyd to Pacquiao: Bow before me

    Floyd Mayweather defended his stance to call the shots in the negotiations for a potential super blockbuster showdown with Manny Pacquiao next year, saying he has the right to do so as he had once been on Pacquiao’s level.…

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  • Prulla wins, gains semis

    Chris Justine Prulla put on a solid performance to overpower Claudio Canlas, 6-1, 6-3, and advance to semis of the premier class of the fifth PSC-Philta National age-group tennis tournament at the Rizal Memorial Tennis Center yesterday. Mixing his…

  • Joseph, Hidalgo reach quarters

    Romnee Kyle Joseph and Jude Hidalgo hacked out victories over fancied rivals to crash into the quarterfinal round of their respective divisions in the fifth PSC-Philta National age-group tennis tournament at the Rizal Memorial Tennis Center yesterday. Joseph, a…

  • Gonzales, Martin too much for rivals

    Third seed Cenon Gonzales Jr. and No. 7 Jake Martin scored similar straight-set victories to roll into the second round of the fifth PSC-Philta National age-group tennis tournament which got under way at the Rizal Memorial Tennis Center yesterday.…

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  • Que sinks with a 74

    Angelo Que of the Philippines had a miserable third round yesterday in the $500,000 Dubai Open at the Els Club Dubai in the United Arab Emirates. Que, who turned 36 early this month, shot a 74 after hitting a…

  • Princess rallies to win Jakarta tilt

    Princess rallies to win Jakarta tilt

    Princess Superal picked up another victory to close out a memorable season, rallying from three strokes down to beat local ace Ida Ayu Indira with a five-under 67 and snare the Pondok Indah International Junior golf crown by three…

  • South outlasts North, keeps crown

    South outlasts North, keeps crown

    Team South battled its North counterpart to a gutsy 2-2 draw in foursomes yesterday and kept its four-point lead intact heading to the deciding singles of the ICTSI Ladies Philippine Golf Tour’s Duel 2 – North vs South at…

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  • Le Tour: Pinoys brace for tough ride

    Thirteen continental teams and two national squads make up a formidable roster for the sixth edition of the Le Tour de Filipinas that hits the road from Feb. 1 to 4 next year. This makes the sixth edition of…

  • Motorsports family joins Cannonball

    Motorsports family joins Cannonball

    A family of motorsports enthusiasts is throwing its support behind the Cannonball 1000, a 24-hour endurance drive next month traversing a scenic North Luzon loop. The Paragon Group of Companies, led by its Vice President Rhodora “Tita Doray” P.…

  • TRAP sets early sked

    The Triathlon Association of the Philippines (TRAP) will start the 2015 triathlon season with the holding of an aquathlon for newbies and aspiring youths and the staging of the National Age-Group Triathlon (NAGT) series for triathletes in separate venues…