List of Articles by Eddie Alinea
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Displaying articles 41 to 50.10,000 ATHLETES AND OFFICIALS EXPECTED IN SEA GAMES 2019 IN DAVAO
30 Jul 2016
Three years before the country hosts anew the Southeast Asian Games, the Philippine Sports Commission has already set in place preparations to make the event a resounding success like the previous three times the biennial conclave came to this shore.
For various reasons, of course. One, becaus
DUTERTE SENDS OFF PH OLYMPIANS
18 Jul 2016
The decades-long tradition that was interrupted for six years will be re-lived today when newly-installed President Rodrigo "Digong" Duterte presides over the send off ceremony for the Rio de Janeiro-bound Filipino athletes competing i
PH TO HOST 2019 SEA GAMES IN DAVAO
14 Jul 2016
Clothed with the full support of no less than President Rodrigo Duferte himself, Philippine Olympic Committee president Jose "Peping" Cojuangco flew fo Kuala Lumpur last Tuesday to formally relay to the Southeast Asian Games Federation the country's acceptance of an offer for the Philippines to host
WALANG KAHALAGAHAN ANG PH SPORTS SA ILALIM NGA P-NOY ADMIN
05 Jul 2016
Noong Huwebes, ika-30 ng Hunyo, opisyal ba bumaba sa kanyang trono sa Palasyo ng Malakanyang si Benigno Simeon Aquino III upang ilipat sa bagong kahahalal na si dating Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte ang pamamahala a bansa bilang Pangulo.
Sa kanyang pagbaba sa Palasyo, opisyal ding naging kaisa
PSC CHAIR RAMIREZ APPOINTS COMMISSIONERS
04 Jul 2016
One is a basketball great. The lone lady appointee is a wife of late president of the pencat silat federation. One other is a sports journalist and still another is a member of an influential religious sect that
PANCHO VILLA, SECOND OF A SERIES
22 Jun 2016
Immediately after crowning himself the world flyweight crown via a seventh-round stoppage of defending champion Jimmy Wilde of Wales, Pancho Villa, who thus emerged the first Filipino and Asian to b
JUNE 18, 1923: PANCHO VILLA BECOMES ASIA'S FIRST WORLD CHAMPION
18 Jun 2016
On this day in 1923, a bantam-sized but fast, two-fisted Filipino fighter gifted the Philippines, and Asia, for that matter, their first world boxing champion.
Pancho Villa, then only 22, knocked out cold Jimmy Wi
Sports sa Pilipinas, nasa maling mga kamay
17 Jun 2016
"Saan patungo ang Isports-Pilipinas? Mayroon bang mapa na sinusundan ang mga naglalakbay? Anong hakbang ang inihahain ng mga namumuno at nais mamuno sa ating Bansa? Anong gabay ang maibibigay ng kung sino man ang ituturing na mamamahala sa Isports-Pilipinas?"
Ang mg katanungang ito ay buhat ka
ALI'S GREATNESS HEAVILY FELT IN THE PHILIPPINES
14 Jun 2016
Three-time world heavyweight champion Muhammad Ali's life on earth turned a complete circle Friday (Saturday in Manila), the day his remains were laid to rest in Louisville, Kentucky where he, too started his boxing c
PACQUIAO, PINOYS CHEER FOR GOLDEN STATE WARRIORS
04 Jun 2016
The one big reason why Filipinos liked Golden State to win last year's NBA championship was because the Warriors represented an area with the biggest number of basketball-crazy Filipinos in the United States.