List of Articles by Eddie Alinea
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Displaying articles 1101 to 1110.Looking Back: Pres. Cory and the PSC
24 Jan 2011
Had President Corazon Aquino, acknowledged as the mother of Philippine Democracy for inspiring the unprecedented EDSA Revolution of 1986, been alive today, she would have turned 78.
As if by coincidence, yesterday happened to be the 21st anniversary of the Philippine Sports Commission, otherwise
Adamson wins UAAP Women’s Softball title
23 Jan 2011
Right-hand throwing Julie Mari Muyco shackled University of the East for mere three hits in powering Adamson University to a 2-0 shutout victory to regain the UAAP Women’s Softball Championship via a rare 10-game sweep of the two-round elimination over the weekend at the University of the Philippine
Codinera at SCOOP
23 Jan 2011
The man who helped University of the East win its last UAAP men’s basketball championship 25 years ago vowed to to bring the Warriors back to their glory days in the 60s up to the 80s.
Jerry Codinera, who along with Allan Caidic and Boysie Zamar, to mention a few, powered the Warriors to that 198
De Vega laments on the sorry state of Phil. sports
08 Jan 2011
Former Asia's fastest woman Lydia de Vega-Mercado declared this yesterday in answer to the question as to why she has to work overseas to earn a living.
"Nakakalungkot talaga, but what can I do? Wala naman kaming lugar dito sa ating bansa. Besides, maganda ang offer na hindi matan
Jaworski and De Vega talk Sports
06 Jan 2011
Basketball’s living legend Robert “Sonny” Jaworski and former Asian Sprint Queen Lydia de Vega-Mercado met last Wednesday and what they did they talk about? Jaworski, whose passion for basketball, particular, is comparable to his love for sports, visited De Vega-Mercado in Meycauayan City to extend
Blown chances at the 2010 Asiad
06 Jan 2011
The Philippines had not had a decent finish in the Asian Games since ending up in second place in the fourth edition of the quadrennial conclave 58 years ago held in Jakarta. The 130-athlete contingent brought home seven gold medals, 6 silvers and 24 bronzes behind eventual overall winner Japan.
Rizal as Sportsman
03 Jan 2011
Last Thursday, the nation commemorated the death anniversary of National Hero, Dr. Jose P. Rizal, who was shot dead by musketry at Bagumbayan (now Rizal Park at the Luneta) on December 30, 1896 for inspiring the Filipinos to raise
De Vega looks back at Tatang's teachings
03 Jan 2011
Former Asian Sprint Lydia de Vega-Mercado refused to see her father Francisco “Tatang” de Vega’s remains in the entire week of her former coach’s wake at the family residence in Barangay Calvario in Meycauayan City.
Even inside the chapel where a mass was held Sunday prior to Tatang’s interment,
Without Tatang there would be no Lydia de Vega
30 Dec 2010
“Very strict … super strict.”
This was how former Asian Sprint Queen Lydia de Vega-Mercado described his late father-coach Francisco Tatang” de Vega.
“Super-duper, I tell you,” she said in between sobs in an interview during Tatang’s wake last Monday at the family residence in Barangay Calvar
Can Pacquiao knock Mosley out?
27 Dec 2010
Okay, nobody wants boxing’s pound-for-pound king Manny Pacquiao to fight the over-the-hill Shane Mosley. Except, of course Top Rank bossman Bob Arum, Pacquiao’s trainer Freddie Roach and the “Pacman” himself.
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