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List of Articles by Recah Trinidad

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POC capable of preventing mediocrity?
06 Jan 2018
Three was indeed great, although the Philippines was not lucky enough to have booked a fourth outstanding achiever among the “best and brightest” in 2017 following the New Year’s Eve bloody setback suffered by a Filipino boxer in Tokyo. Milan Melindo gave it all in a 12-round ordeal against a tal

No dead-end for bleeder Melindo
03 Jan 2018

Brutally battered, slugger Milan Melindo, 29, looked every bloodied inch headed for boxing’s wasteland at the start of the new year. Don’t tell that to his excitable handlers. ALA Stable CEO Michael Aldeguer said th

Honoring our outstanding achievers
30 Dec 2017

Three Filipino world champions will report to the Manila Hotel on Feb. 27 for well-deserved honors as the year’s most outstanding athletes. The annual affair, the Philippine Sportswriters Association (PSA) Awards Night,

Kissing Baby Jesus out in a humble farm
27 Dec 2017
IT can’t fit among the rich highlights of the holiday season. The simple annual gift-giving for farm families in Barangay Pangao, Lipa City today may not carry the glitter and glow of great Christmas feasts. There’ll be no banquet, no carols galore. Last year, the Dec. 27 affair, initiated by civ

Poor PH sports in holiday mood
23 Dec 2017

Cojuangco. HUNDREDS of overseas Filipino workers in Hong Kong, faced with the misery of spending Christmas away from home, have reportedly been rescued by Cathay Pacific Airways. The poor harried workers were dumped

PBA must spare sports media from its trouble
20 Dec 2017
IT was an incredible feat delivered by the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA) when it launched its 43rd season minus a commissioner on Sunday. Congratulations are due, mainly to the body that carried out the rescue. There was a very serious emergency and the tried-and-tested Ricky Vargas,

Pacquiao’s next bout: Where, when, vs. who, how?
14 Dec 2017

SEÑOR Fernando Beltran, amiable top international boxing promoter, has announced his plan to bring Manny Pacquiao to his hometown Mexico. “Mexico deserves to see him, nothing clear but we’re making the attempt,” Beltran explained

Shouldn’t Rigo be heading back to Havana?
12 Dec 2017

WHERE does Guillermo Rigondeaux, two-time Olympic gold medal winner and Fidel Castro’s favorite fighter, go from here? It was only the first defeat for the 39-year-old Cuban boxing icon who has won the gold in the 2004 Athens an

Arum picks a new Manny Pacquiao
08 Dec 2017

Manny Pacquiao has suddenly announced he’s not done with boxing yet and would be fighting again in the first half of 2018. “Siguro sa (Maybe in) April,” the fighting senator told boxing commentator Dyan Castillejo o

Game of the year, triumph for the ages
06 Dec 2017
THE La Salle Green Archers failed to hold on to the UAAP basketball crown, dropping the championship match by two points, 88-86, on Sunday. The ascendant Ateneo Blue Eagles won the 80th UAAP championship in a game that won’t be easy to forget. It’s indeed a win for the ages. It’s hands-down game

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