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With or without vaccine, national bikefest to go on – Bambol

With or without vaccine, national bikefest to go on – Bambol

      By KRISTEL SATUMBAGA       The Integrated Cycling Federation of the Philippines (PhilCycling) is hell-bent of hosting the national championship races for road, mountain bike and BMX next year with or without vaccine against COVID-19. Tagaytay City Rep. Bambol Tolentino announced this following his reelection as the association’s president Tuesday at the […]

Face shields on while biking? Cycling advocacy group questions gov’t for requiring face shields

By CARLO ANOLIN       A cycling advocacy group has urged the government to clarify if bikers are exempted from the requirement of wearing face shields when riding. In a statement Friday, Cycling Matters challenged the recent resolution by the Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Infectious Diseases (IATF) that requires all persons […]

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Cycling’s Virtual Challenge on Pulse slated

The stage is set for the PruRide Virtual Challenge on Pulse, which kicks off this month and serves as the “new normal” and online version of the PruRide PH, the country’s biggest cycling festival. The event will be powered by Pulse, Pru Life UK’s all-in-one health management app, and will provide all cyclists, enthusiasts and families […]

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Fronda’s huge win lifts PH past Kazakhstan in online chessfest

By Kristel Satumbaga         The Philippines rode on the incredible victory by Woman International Master Jan Jodilyn Fronda over IM Guliskhan Nakhbayeva on Board 2 on the way to a stunning 2.5-1.5 win over third seed Kazakhstan for a quarterfinal berth in the Asian Nations Online Chess Cup 2020 on Monday. Fronda […]

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Roglic retains Tour de Grance lead; Andersen wins stage 19

CHAMPAGNOLE, France (AFP) – Primoz Roglic kept his lead in the Tour de France on Friday with just two stages remaining as Denmark’s Soren Kragh Andersen burst clear to victory on stage 19. Sam Bennett inched further ahead in the struggle for the green jersey by beating rival Peter Sagan, who failed in two bids […]

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Roglic in Tour de France control as Ineos duo shine in Alpine break

      LA ROCHE-SUR-FORON, France (AFP) – Slovenia’s Primoz Roglic retained his lead on compatriot Tadej Pogacar atop the Tour de France standings after stage 18 as British outfit Ineos claimed a one-two finish on Thursday. Bedeviled by problems that saw them withdraw their captain Egan Bernal on Wednesday, Michal Kwiatkowski won the stage […]

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