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Catalon, the brightest star the 1925 Far Eastern Games
Thu, 28 Dec 2017
The Philippines played host to the three-nation Far Eastern Games for the third time in 1925 when Filipino athletes reclaimed the general championship they lost to Japan in 1923 at the port city of Osaka. That actually, was the Filipinos? fifth and last overall victory in the biennial conclave t

FLASHBACK: PACQUIAO RETIRES DE LA HOYA
Fri, 15 Dec 2017

It needed Manny Pacquiao barely 24 minutes to prove that Oscar de La Hoya could no longer give and take punches. Weeks before the Pacquiao-de La Hoya fight took place on December 6, 2008, the Pacman?s chief trai

The year PHL suffered defeat in basketball in Far Eastern Games
Thu, 14 Dec 2017

The law of averages finally caught up on the Philippines in basketball hostilities in the fifth staging of the Far Eastern Games in 1921 in Shanghai. China, playing host to the three-nation sports meet for the secon

Sports Feature: FEG returned to Manila in 1919 with PH reclaiming overall crown
Wed, 06 Dec 2017
The fourth staging of the Far Eastern Games in 1919 completed the first cycle of the region?s premier sporting event as it returned to the city where it was born in 1913 ? Manila. And the host country?s ?Little Brown Dolls? ? and ?Gals?, like in 1913, didn?t disappoint their countrymen winning b

Sports Feature: Upset cuts short Navratilova?s 74- game win streak
Wed, 06 Dec 2017

On this day 33 years ago, a Czech teenager, Helena Sukova, ended World No. 1 Martina Navratilova?s 74-match winning streak during the semifinal round of the $1.28 million Australian Open at the Melbourne suburban Kooyong. The n

Sports Feature: Filipinosprinter Furtonato Catalon was ?Fastest Man?, but Japan reigned supreme in Third Far Eastern Games in Tokyo
Mon, 04 Dec 2017
The tradition of having the host country emerging winner of the general championship held true in the third edition of the Far Eastern Games held in Tokyo May 8-12 , 1917 when Japan, fielding full complement in all eight sports contested, took the top honors. The Japanese contingent upstaged

Sports Feature: Filipino pentathlete Regino Ylanan, Asia?s first ?Man of Steel?
Thu, 30 Nov 2017

Regino Ylanan. Most everybody know Dr. Regino Ylanan as many-time official of Philippine delegations to international competitions like the Asian Games and OlympIc Games. Once the secretary-treasurer of the mow-defu

SPORTS FEATURE: ALVIN PATRIMONIO LOVES CHESS MORE THAN BASKETBALL
Tue, 21 Nov 2017

He loved chess and still do. Alvin Patrimonio, in fact, played the game that requires mental toughness while at the Manila Science High School. Influenced by his father, the late Angel Patrimonio, a Jose Rizal College NCAA champi

PACQUIAO'S NOVEMBER FIGHTS THAT SHOCKED THE WORLD
Wed, 15 Nov 2017

On a cold night of November 15, 2003 in San Antonio, Texas, Manny Pacquiao, fighting for his fourth fight in the United States, TKOed Mexican legend Marco Antonio Barrera in the 11th round to crown himself the RING MAGAZIN

Sports Feature: The day Kobe Bryant debuted as an NBA player
Mon, 06 Nov 2017

The date was November 3, 1996, when Kobe Bryant made his official NBA debut in the Los Angeles Lakers? game against the Minnesota Timberwolves and sophomore pro Kevin Garnett. Few in the crowd would have guessed they were looking



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