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List of Articles by Eddie Alinea


There are 1,531 articles attributed to this author.
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Why Margarito is Pacquiao’s roughest fight
27 Oct 2010

Eighteen days before he fights Antonio Margarito for the world super-welterweight crown, Filipino ring hero is still tagged the overwhelming favorite to emerged the winner and further etched his name in boxing’s history as the only man to

Albania vows to bounce back
27 Oct 2010

Having been eliminated right in the first round in the just-concluded World Women’s Boxing Championships, Filipina Annie Albania is not about to let that debacle affect her quest for top honor in the coming Asian Games. “Masyado akong ku

R.P. Boxing Team expecting good Asiad performance
24 Oct 2010

The Philippine amateur boxing team's triumphant march in the recent Tammer Cup championships held in Finland simply indicates that the Road to the Asian Games program embarked by the Amateur Boxing Association of the Philippines is on track.

Freddie Roach Feature
24 Oct 2010

Okay, so Freddie Roach, Manny Pacquiao’s chief trainer has lived and breathed boxing since his early age. He would swear, in fact, in all interviews he granted that he had his first amateur fight at age six. Stories written and told

Dragonboat Team laments exclusion from Asiad
23 Oct 2010
Members of the national men’s and women’s dragonboat team should have been allowed see action in the 16th Asian Games in Guangzhou. International Dragonboat Federation executive president Mike Haslam said this to Philippine Dragonboat Federation president Marcia Cristobal upon learning that the nati

“Pacquiao getting better” – Roach
22 Oct 2010

BAGUIO CITY – Despite the various distractions that marked Manny Pacquiao’s four-week training here, trainer Freddie Roach expressed belief his seven-division world champion ward has gained a lot in terms of how to win his fight again

Pacquiao extends stay in typhoon ravaged Baguio
20 Oct 2010

BAGUIO CITY – Whatever Manny wants, Manny gets. Even in the matter of going back to Manila from his almost one month of altitude training here, its Manny Pacquiao’s wish that prevailed. To the consternation of trainer Freddie Roach

“Pacquiao better step up.” - Arum
18 Oct 2010

Top Rank Promotions big boss Bob Arum warned Manny Pacquiao against turning complacent in his training, saying the Filipino seven-division champion is facing a dangerous opponent in Mexican Antonio Margarito. Arum, who arrive

PSC strengthening talent search program, revives Batang Pinoy, PNG
18 Oct 2010
The Philippine Sports Commission will be reviving the Batang Pinoy and Philippine National Games that have been mothballed for a little more than a decade. The cancellation of the Batang Pinoy, once the centerpiece grassroot-oriented program for children athletes had been blamed for the lack of fre

Taekwondo jins due for an Asiad gold
15 Oct 2010

The absence of 2006 Asian Games injured silver medalist Mary Antoinette Rivero left fellow Olympian Tsomlee Go to carry the brunt of the Philippine taekwondo team’s campaign in this year’s edition of the quadrennial conclave. Head coach

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