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Alab looks to bounce back

By Rafael Bandayrel Game Today (Filoil Flying V Centre, San Juan) 8 p.m. – Alab Pilipinas vs Macau Black Bears Coming off a second defeat of the season, defending champion Alab-Pilipinas hopes to go get back on the winning track when it takes on the Macau Black Bears tonight in the ASEAN Basketball League (ABL) […]

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Dutchman re-sets course mark with 64 at Pradera golfest

LUBAO, Pampanga – Guido Van der Valk charged back from way down at 35th to the top of the heap with a new course record in as many days, churning out an eagle-spiked eight-under 64 to grab a one-stroke lead over Keanu Jahns and Thai Tawit Polthai halfway through the ICTSI Pradera Verde Classic here […]

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Pacquiao shows class; Broner lashes at Pinoy fans with racial slur

LAS VEGAS – Filipino champion Manny Pacquiao was all about class while American challenger Adrien Broner was the epitome of low life during Wednesday’s press conference for their World Boxing Association (WBA) welterweight title fight this Saturday at the MGM Grand. While Broner hurled insults against almost everyone, including the media in attendance, he was […]

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MPBL: Super Crunch rap Crusaders

By Kristel Satumbaga Makati Super Crunch rolled to its 10th straight victory on Wednesday with a 66-55 beating of the Rizal Crusaders in Maharlika Pilipinas Basketball League Datu Cup at the Bataan People’s Center. The Super Crunch leaned on their defense, limiting the Crusaders to only eight points in the first quarter and dictating the […]

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Japanese ace survives 59 aces from foe

MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) – Kei Nishikori could joke about it later, saying he faced more aces in one match from Ivo Karlovic than he himself would serve in a year. Eighth-seeded Nishikori withstood 59 aces from Karlovic, and had to save three break points in a crucial 10th game of the fifth set, before beating […]

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Big day for Perpetual volley teams

By Kristel Satumbaga University of Perpetual Help earned outright finals berths in the men’s and juniors divisions while its women’s team booked the last semifinal ticket yesterday in NCAA volleyball at The Arena in San Juan City. The Altas toppled the Jose Rizal University (JRU) Bombers, 25-21, 25-21, 25-13, while the Junior Altas walloped the […]

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