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PSL: Petron, F2 eye title duel

Games Today (Mandaluyong Sports Center) 2 p.m. – UE vs UST 4:15 p.m. – Generika-Ayala vs F2 Logistics 7 p.m. – Cignal vs Petron Heavyweights Petron and F2 Logistics seek to arrange another finals duel when they tackle separate semifinals foes in the Philippine Superliga All-Filipino Conference today at the Muntinlupa Sports Center. The Blaze […]

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Big boost for PH chessers

By Rey Bancod The 17th Asian Continental Chess Championships are expected to provide a big opportunity for Filipino players to improve their ELO ratings which have gone south through the years. Since Grandmaster Mark Paragua became the first Filipino to breach the 2600 ELO rating, only three players hold ratings above 2500. Curiously, all three […]

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Avant Garde savors sweet taste of success

By Kristel Satumbaga Tired of being second-best, Team Avant Garde Crossfit unleashed its best form and finally won the RX (Elite) division title in the 2nd leg of the 2018 Manila Throwdown Team Edition held over the weekend at the Vertis Tent in Quezon City. Kristen Lim, Justine Hernandez and Odelon Simpao bested 67 squads […]

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Broner nears peak form

By Nick Giongco As Manny Pacquiao turns up the heat in his Manila training camp, Adrien Broner is doing the same thing in West Palm Beach in Florida as the two punchers prepare to lock horns for Jan. 19 in Las Vegas. Broner, who challenges Pacquiao in the Filipino star’s first defense of the World […]

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Jeson, Marian top PCA Open

Jeson Patrombon and Marian Capadocia outlasted their respective rivals to rule the men’s and women’s titles in the PCA Open held over the weekend at the PCA courts in Paco, Manila. Patrombon, inspired by the birth of his first child last Octover, outlasted rising star Bryan Otico, 7-6, 0-6, 4-6, 6-1, 6-1, for his first-ever […]

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Aces sweep NBL finals

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Aces sweep NBL finals

Parañaque defeated Dasmariñas in double overtime, 112-104, on Saturday to capture the first National Basketball League (NBL) title at the Ugnayang La Salle Gymnasium in Dasmariñas City. Noy Bermudes scored 19 points to win the Finals Most Valuable Player, while Jess Quilatan added 19 points to help the Aces win the series. They took the […]

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