List of Articles by Eddie Alinea
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24 Aug 2018
With a total of 395-medal haul in the past 17 editions of the Asian Games, the Philippines is currently ranked 10th at the all-time Asian Games medal tally.
Of the Filipino athletes' total harvest, 64 were gold med
Diaz’s long road to Asian Games gold
23 Aug 2018
Did you know that had Hidilyn Diaz yielded to pressure the high priests of Philippine sports exerted on her to retire four years ago, the country’s 20-year Olympic medal draught wouldn’t have
Not a bad loss, Pinoy cagers to bounce back
22 Aug 2018
Filipino-American NBA veteran Jordan Clarkson heaved and barreled his way for 28 points following a jittery start that saw the Philippines absorbed a heart-rending 80-82 loss at the hands of powerhouse China in Group D play
PACQUIAO-KHAN FIGHT IS MASSIVE
21 Aug 2018
“It’s gonna be a ‘massive’ fight".
Thus declared British welterweight Amir Khan of his projected encounter with Filipino ring icon Manny Pacquiao late this year or early next year.
Khan is looking forward to a po
China favored to dominate 18th Asiad anew
20 Aug 2018
The Asian Games, now in its 70th year since its inception in 1948, started celebrating its seven decades of existence on Saturday with the usual spectacular colourful ceremonies at the Gelora Bung Karno Sports Complex at th
Quickness, outside shooting PH’s weapon vs China
20 Aug 2018
With the needed victory already secured to virtually seal its place in the quarterfinal round, the Philippine basketball team will be facing powerhouse China on Tuesday seeking another win in the hope of an easy sailing on
OUTSIDE LOOKING IN: PH in 1954 World Men’s Basketball Championship
18 Aug 2018
This is the continuation of an article that appeared in last Saturday’s issue about year 1954 as the most memorable moment in the history of Philippine basketball. That first story dealt on the highlights of how our dri
1954: Memorable for PH basketball
17 Aug 2018
PH team captain Rafael Hechanova.
Year 1954 went into the records as the most memorable moment in the history of Philippine basketball.
In a span of six months, Filipino basketeers scored a double whammy by, first,
From 1951 to 1962, Pinoy cagers lorded it over their counterparts in Asiad
16 Aug 2018
In streaking to four straight Asian Games title wins in basketball from 1951 to 1962, the Philippines emerged victors in 23 games and losing only once.
The Filipinos had, in fact, emerged triumphant in 14 of their 16 outings in c
Kahn issues warning on Pacquiao, others
16 Aug 2018
British welterweight Amir Khan’s fight against Samuel Vargas is set September 8 yet, but this early, he’s made a warning to Filipino Manny Pacquiao and others who will come his way next.
The 31-year-old Khan (32-4, 20 KO