List of Articles by Eddie Alinea
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Displaying articles 1451 to 1460.RP’s Asiad preparedness starts
20 Feb 2010
Twenty seven national sports associations had, until yesterday, submitted their lists of candidates for membership in the national delegation to the coming Asian Games this November in Guangzhou, China.
This was announced yesterday by POC spokesperson Joey Romasanta during the SCOOP Sa Kamayan w
Asian Triathlon and Manila 5000 Updates from SCOOP
13 Feb 2010
An extensive training program designed to prepare them for this year’s Asian Games and the Asian Beach Games awaits triathletes Lea Coline Langit. Kim Mangrobang and Neil Catiil.
Triathlon Association of the Philippines president Tom Carrasco yesterday announced that the three will be sent to to t
Antonio De Las Alas remembered
12 Feb 2010
He is acknowledged as the man responsible for the planning and construction of the Rizal Memorial Sports Complex, then the first multi-purpose stadium in Asia.
Antonio de las Alas, then the Secretary of Public Works, in collaboration with the then president of the now-defunct Philippine Amateur
PSC starts paying athletes’ monthly stipend this month
08 Feb 2010
The good news is that members of the national training not belonging to the elite category will resume receiving their monthly stipend from the Philippine Sporrs Comission efective this month.
The bad news is the national sports association s concerned have yet to submit their respective roster
RTU Thunders rule 1st semi-pro softball series
08 Feb 2010
The Rizal Technological University men’s softball team has come of age. Lingered in the confines of the minor State Colleges and Universities Athletic Association league, which they, nevertheless, dominated, the Blue Thunders captured their biggest triumph ever by earning the distinction of becoming
NSA’s to be given free hand in choosing ASIAD team members
06 Feb 2010
There will be no criteria to be followed in the selection as to who will represent the country in this year’s Asian Games this November in Guangzhou. The seven-man working group, formed recently by the Philippine Olympic Committee to devise means for the selection, is giving the national sports asso
Yldefonso: Father of ‘Modern Breaststroke’
04 Feb 2010
Did you know that the late Teofilo Yldefonso, the first Filipino Olympic medallist and the only back-to-back winner of the same color, is acknowledged as the father of the “modern breaststroke” practiced nowadays by topnotch swimmers worldwide?
The particular stroke, according to Philippine Amat
Teofilo Yldefonso to be inducted to International Swimming Hall of Fame
01 Feb 2010
Move over, Manny Pacquiao, two-time Olympic bronze medalist Teofilo Yldefonso became the next Filipino to have been elevated to the world Hall of Fame.
Sixty eight years after his death as one of the thousands of Filipino victims of the infamous Death March during the Japanese occupation and 78 y
2010 Asian Games Updates from SCOOP
30 Jan 2010
There’s no substitute to early preparations.
With this in mind, the Philippine Olympic Committee is calling on all national sports associations whose sports will be played in this year’s Asia Games to submit their plans as to their athletes’ preparations for the coming quadrennial conclave set i
Biggest multi-event sports meet set
26 Jan 2010
What could be the biggest gathering of athletes in the tertiary level unfurls Feb. 22-28 with the staging of the CHED (Commission on Education) National Games at the historic Rizal Memorial Sports Complex.
A total 6,171 athletes representing the three biggest private public educational instituti