Tabuena sets sights on 2nd PH Open plum

Despite strong finishes in two Asian Tour events and a runner-up effort in last week’s The Country Club Invitational, Miguel Tabuena still feels the need to get better to bolster his bid for a second Solaire Philippine Open crown in four years. In fact, the Rio Olympics veteran said he’s going back to the basics […]

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Let Vargas and Tolentino run – Elizalde

Frank Elizalde, the former International Olympic Committee (IOC) representative to the Philippines for 27 years, will follow a court order ruling that mandates the inclusion of boxing chief Ricky Vargas and cycling head Bambol Tolentino in tomorrow’s Philippine Olympic Committee (POC) elections.

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Altas eyes double win today

Perpetual Help seeks a double victory as it goes for the men’s and juniors’ championships against Arellano University and Letran, respectively, today in the 93rd NCAA volleyball tournament at the Filoil Flying V Center in San Juan City. The Altas pulled off a 26-24, 25-20, 23-25, 25-16 victory in Game Two Monday over the Chiefs, […]

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Instead of going to ‘Bora’, regatta race goes to Verde Island

A fresh course that offers a new set of tough challenges awaits all sailors who will see action for the Standard Insurance-backed Subic Bay around Verde Island Passage Race and the Subic Bay Cup Regatta starting this Saturday until March 2.

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Vargas gains support

Despite the grim prognosis, Association of Boxing Alliances in the Philippines (ABAP) president Ricky Vargas is pinning his hopes on a petition letter signed by a majority of national sports associations urging the Philippine Olympic Committee (POC) to allow him to challenge Jose ‘Peping’ Cojuangco, Jr. for the presidency this Friday.

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