List of Articles by Eddie Alinea
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Displaying articles 1151 to 1160.Tacuyan stuns ex-Asia Pacific champ in Baguio box-off
28 Jun 2010
Rolando Tacuyan, the youngest member of the Tacuyan boxing family, outlasted former World Boxing Organization interim Asia Pacific Youth superfeatherweight champion Amor Tino Saturday in Baguio City during the Amateur Boxing Association of the Philippines’ series of box-offs for membership in the Ph
Death ends Pancho Villa’s two-year reign as world fly champ (Conclusion of a five part series)
27 Jun 2010
World flyweight champion Pancho Villa fought 13 more times following his seventh round knockout title victory over Welshman Jimmy Wilde on June 18, 1923, two of them with his crown on the block. Two years after that in July of 1925, he was d
Pinoy amateurs beat pro counterparts in box-off
26 Jun 2010
Host Philippines stands to field a strong team in the coming Manny V. Pangilinan International Boxing Championships as gauged by the results of the box-off held the other week in La Trinidad Valley, Benguet.
All member of the national trai
Youth Olympics at SCOOP
26 Jun 2010
Eight athletes, representing four sports – swimming, basketball, taekwondo and weightlifting -- will have the distinction of carrying the country’s colors in the First Youth Olympic Games scheduled Aug. 14-26 in Singapore.
Philippine amateur Swimming Association president Mark Joseph, the natio
Pancho Villa lived a fast and brief life (Fourth of a Series)
24 Jun 2010
Two months after disposing off George Mendies, the so-called greatest flyweight Australia had produced then via a third round stoppage, Pancho Villa returned to Negros for the first time since stowing away.
He went back and forth fr
Who is Pancho Villa? (Third of a Series)
23 Jun 2010
Boxing’s Hall of Fame, established in 1954 by Nat Fleischer of Ring Magazine, in elevating Pancho Villa, cited the Filipino boxing hero’s overall record in the short seven-year he fought professionally: 99 bouts of which he won 22
Villa elates country with world flyweight title win (Second of a Series)
21 Jun 2010
After absorbing punishment for seven rounds on June 18, 1923 where he kissed the canvass five times, deposed world flyweight champion Jimmy Wilde of Wales laid unconscious for five minutes before being helped by Fili
Pancho Villa: Greatest Flyweight of 20th Century
20 Jun 2010
First of a Series
Year 1923 is to be remembered by a pair of significant events that shook the world of politics and sports.
It was on July 23 that year when Mexican revolutionary hero known to his countrymen as a “Robin Hood” w
Feuding cycling factions to unify soon
18 Jun 2010
Peace and unity within the local cycling community can finally be attained.
This, officials of the feuding Integrated Cycling Federation of the Philippines (Philcycling), assured yesterday during the SCOOP Sa Kamayan weekly session at the Kamayan Restaurant-Padre Faura.
Lawyer and two-time t
Philippine South Pole Expedition
15 Jun 2010
Four months from now, a Filipino golf instructor, a lifestyle coach and an extreme outdoor sportsman, will try to become the first man from this country to conquer South Pole’s ‘Ice Forest.’
Bobby Castillo, a quintessential Climate changer, will walk his way for 1,170 kilometers through the Antar