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Displaying articles 1451 to 1460.PACQUIAO-CLOTTEY:Fight will not last 12 rounds ? Roach
Wed, 03 Mar 2010
It?s still 10 days before Filipino World Boxing Organization welterweight champion Manny Pacquiao puts his 147-pound crown on the blocks but chief trainer Freddie Roach declared that the game plan to beat Ghanaian challenger Joshua Clottey has
Manny will stop him before 12th ? Roach
Tue, 02 Mar 2010
With a little less than a fortnight before Manny Pacquiao fights Joshua Clottey, the Filipino ring icon?s American chief trainer Freddie Roach declared his ward to be in great shape as to deal his Ghanaian challenger his
Gold medal winning Dragon Boat Team prepares for Asiad
Sat, 27 Feb 2010
No less than the team that won the gold medal in last year?s World Dragon Boat championships will represent the country in the sport in the coming Asian Games in Guangzhou, China.
National coach and Philippine Dragon Boat Federation technical director Nestor Ilagan yesterday declared that all th
Crispa reunion in memory of Danny Floro
Tue, 23 Feb 2010
Members of the two-time PBA Grand slam champion Crispa Redmanizers, headed by coach Virgilio ?Baby? Dalupan and thrice Most Valuable Player of the country?s first and only pro-league William ?Bogs? Adornado will have a sort of a reunion.
The occasion is the observance of their owner and team mana
R.P. Fencers brace for series of Asian tournaments
Sat, 20 Feb 2010
The Asian Juniors and Cadet Championships the country is hosting next month will form part of the national fencers? international exposure in the run up for this year?s Asian Games.
Newly-elected Philippine Fencing Association president Victor Africa yesterday announced during the SCOOP Sa Kamay
RP?s Asiad preparedness starts
Sat, 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
Sat, 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
Fri, 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
Mon, 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
Mon, 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