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Jiu-jitsu to go all-out

Jiu-jitsu to go all-out

By Waylon Galvez The national team of jiu-jitsu will be fielding the best athletes in all categories for next year’s Southeast Asian Games which the country will be hosting. PH jiu-jitsu team coach Alexander Sulit said Monday that it’s the goal of the Jiu-Jitsu Federation of the Philippines to compete in all divisions to have […]

Bersamina shocks Vietnamese rival

By Rey Bancod International Master Paulo Bersamina pulled off a stunning victory over third seed Grandmaster Le Quang Liem of Vietnam Monday at the start of the 17th Asian Continental Chess Championships at the Tiara Hotel in Makati. Handling the disadvantageous black pieces, the 20-year-old National University standout came out on top of a slambang […]

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48 joining PBA draft

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48 joining PBA draft

By Jonas Terrado The PBA on Monday confirmed the entry of 48 applicants for its annual Rookie Draft slated Sunday afternoon at Robinsons Place Manila. Leading the cast is the trio of CJ Perez, Ray Parks Jr. and Robert Bolick, who are favorites to be chosen first by the Columbian Dyip in the league’s annual […]

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MPBL: San Juan ends Bataan’s win run

Games Today (Caloocan Sports Complex) 7 p.m. – Bulacan vs Laguna 9 p.m. – Caloocan vs Pampanga BALANGA, Bataan – Visiting San Juan came and conquered Bataan by snapping the Risers’ 14-game winning run in the MPBL Datu Cup late Monday night at the People’s Center here. The Knights, supported by Go-For-Gold, outlasted the Zetapro-backed […]

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RJ Abarrientos leads stellar cast

Without Ateneo’s 7-foot-1 center Kai Sotto, the spotlight is likely to fall on Far Eastern University’s RJ Abarrientos when the 7th Philippine Secondary Schools Basketball Championship ‘Rain or Shine Cup’ unwraps on Saturday at the SGS gym in Quezon City. The nephew of PBA great Johnny Abarrientos – himself a Tamaraw legend – is making […]

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Curry fires  38 as GSW tame Wolves

OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) – Stephen Curry had 38 points, seven rebounds and six assists, and Golden State beat the Minnesota Timberwolves 116-108 on Monday night in Draymond Green’s return to the Warriors’ lineup. Klay Thompson scored 26 points and Kevin Durant had 22 as Golden State prepared for Wednesday’s showdown with Toronto by earning its […]

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