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  • Tamaraws secure no. 2 spot

    Tamaraws secure no. 2 spot

    FREE throws from Mike Tolomia and Carl Cruz handed Far Eastern University a difficult 65-62 triumph over defending champion La Salle yesterday in their playoff for the second Final Four semifinal slot at the Mall of Asia Arena. The duo found their mark in the last 22 seconds, giving the Tamaraws the second...
  • Asiad kicks off ‘Gangnam Style’

    Asiad kicks off ‘Gangnam...

    INCHEON—Pop star Psy kicked off the Asian Games “Gangnam Style” in an energetic, K-Pop-fuelled ceremony Friday as North Korean athletes received loud cheers from South Korean fans. Fireworks light the sky above the stadium during the opening ceremony of the 2014 Asian Games at the Incheon...
  • No objections to Douthit

    No objections to Douthit

    INCHEON —The Philippines basketball squad will depart Manila at the weekend for the Asian Games with a full compliment of 12 players after a protest against US-born Marcus Douthit failed to materialize Friday. It had been rumored that the late inclusion of Douthit, a 6’11” (2.10- meter)...
  • MVP: Douthit cleared to play

    MVP: Douthit cleared to play

    CONTRARY to reports that naturalized player Marcus Douthit will not be allowed to play in the Asian Games in Incheon, South Korea because of supposed objections from the host nation, China, Iran and Japan, Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas president Manny Pangilinan told the Manila Standard/Viva Sports the...
  • Douthit’s Gilas  slot still unsure

    Douthit’s Gilas slot still...

    INCHEON, South Korea—Marcus Douthit’s Gilas Pilipinas slot isn’t set in the stone, after all. At least not yet. The Incheon Asian Games Organizing Committee had accommodated Douthit in place of NBA star Andray Blatche, Gilas Pilipinas’ other naturalized player, whose inclusion in the...

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Tamaraws secure no. 2 spot

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Tamaraws secure no. 2 spotFREE throws from Mike Tolomia and Carl Cruz handed Far Eastern University a difficult 65-62 triumph over defending champion La Salle yesterday in their playoff...

Cyna seeks 4th straight win at Splendido

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Cyna seeks 4th straight win at SplendidoCYNA Rodriguez sets out as the heavy favorite as she shoots for her fourth straight victory and fifth overall when the ICTSI Ladies Philippine Golf Tour stages...

Gilas slowly getting into swing of things, says Reyes

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Gilas slowly getting into swing of things, says Reyes  GILAS Pilipinas head coach Chot Reyes said the team, which earned international respect in its recent stint in the FIBA 2014 World Cup, is “getting into the...

3 wushu bets aim for medals

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3 wushu  bets aim  for medalsINCHEON, Korea—Team Philippines crawled on a slow, cold Sunday with no victory to show in the 17th Asian G

Belga vows no easy ride for Pacman’s cage debut

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Belga vows no easy ride  for Pacman’s cage debutManny Pacquiao will receive no special treatment on his first foray into professional basketball, a rival player has vowed, as the Philippine boxing superstar...

Bum stomach downs Pinoy bowler

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Bum stomach downs Pinoy bowlerINCHEON, South Korea— Enrico Lorenzo Fernandez was placed under close watch by the Philippine medical team after he was considered for possible withdrawal...

Altamirano: Final 4 is a new ballgame

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Altamirano: Final 4 is a new ballgameNOW that they’re in the Final Four, National University coach Eric Altamirano said their coming showdown with Ateneo will be an entirely new ballgame.

Panique, Delos Santos top Milo race

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Panique,  Delos Santos  top Milo raceILOILO City—Elite runners Eric Panique and Adjene Rose Delos Santos conquered the 21K centerpiece events at the Iloilo leg of the 38th National MILO...

Retiring Li: No regrets

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Retiring Li: No regretsBEIJING—Pioneering Chinese tennis star Li Na said Sunday she has “no regrets” about her decision to retire over persistent knee injuries, but...

Uranked Pama gives ex-champ a tough time

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Uranked Pama gives  ex-champ a tough timeZOREN Pama, the 22-year-old Filipino, who was unranked by the Games and Amusements Board and the World Boxing Council Asian Boxing Council in the Top 15 has lost...

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