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List of Articles by Eddie Alinea


There are 1,531 articles attributed to this author.
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RP athletes did their best in Laos SEAG despite tall odds
20 Dec 2009

Lord knew they tried. At a time when life has been dealing them cards from the bottom of the deck for most of their preparations, when the aces and jacks seemed marked, and it’s kind of hard to trust the dealer, the Filipino athletes deli

17 Dec 2009

Filipina boxing sensation Annie Albania stopped Indonesian Indri Sambaimana in the second round to successfully retain her title in the 15th Southeast Asian Games in Vientiane. She was just too much and too classy against Sambaimana, outsco

Pinay fighters deliver three of RP’s 7 gold medals in Day 7
17 Dec 2009

Filipina boxing sensation Annie Albania showed why she is the defending flyweight champion by stopping Indonesian Indri Sambaimana in the second round to successfully retain her title in the 15th Southeast Asian Games in Vientiane. The

16 Dec 2009
Saying Floyd Mayweather is, in style, far from Ricky Hatton, Miguel Cotto and even Oscar De La Hoya, Manny Pacquiao’s trainer Freddie Roach expressed confidence that his ward will also dispose of the unbeaten American. Roach, known to correctly predict the knockout outcomes of at least three prev

Marites Bitbit’s Tragic SEA Games Tale
16 Dec 2009
When rider Marites Bitbit joined the trip to Laos her target was to win the gold medals in the three events she was entered. Never mind if she was with a team under a Philcycling group recognized by the Philippine Olympic Committee and not the faction where she belonged. “Ísa lang naman ang lay

Out-of-schooler Alcano ends cue artists’ gold medal drought
15 Dec 2009

Filipino billiards and snooker artists finally barged into the medal column following Ronnie Alcano’s victory over compatriot Gandy Valle, 7-1, in all-Filipino finale of the men’s 8-Ball singles yesterday in the25th Southeast Asian at t

SEAG GOLD RUSH: Golfers, cue aces, trackster, Muay fighter shine
14 Dec 2009

An amazing pair of gold rush each in golf and billiards highlighted the Philippines’ six wins yesterday in the 25th SEA Games in separate playing fields in Vientiane, Laos. Chihiro Ikeda took individual honors via sudden-death and

Fil-Japanese bet barred from competing in SEAG judo tilt
14 Dec 2009

Organizational mess up continued to hound the Philippines’ participation in the 25th Southeast Asian Games going on in Laos. One week after the entire cycling team was barred from taking part in the cycling competitions, now comes Fil-Ja

Tanamor enters SEA Games boxing finals,Pinoy Muay Thai fights for gold
14 Dec 2009

Two-time Olympian Harry Tanamor boxed his way lopsided 12-4 victory over Htet Aung of Myamnar to earn his spot in the gold medal fight in boxing at the Olympasia gymnasium inside the sprawling National University. The 31-year-old Ta

SEAG UPDATES: Ferrera, Oakley in record-breaking show, Villarito also triumphs
14 Dec 2009

Airman Arniel Ferrera threw the steel hammer in a new golden Southeast Asian Games record and Rosie Villarito ruled the women’s javelin as the Filipino track and field campaigners opened what is expected a bumper harvest in the 25th edi

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