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Archers eye revenge vs Eagles

By Waylon Galvez Games Today (Smart Araneta Coliseum) 2 p.m. – FEU vs NU 4 p.m. – De La Salle vs Ateneo Defending champion Ateneo and La Salle try to put another chapter to their storied rivalry when they clash for the second time today in the 81st UAAP men’s basketball today at the Smart […]

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Garma, Roca still 1-2 in seniors chessfest

TAGAYTAY City – Two-time Olympian Chito Garma settled for a quick draw with IM Petronio Roca even as defending champion GM Eugene Torre bounced back into contention in the seventh round of the 9th Asian Seniors Chess Championship at the Tagaytay International Convention Center here Friday. Garma, who played white, and Roca split the point […]

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Barriga on  right track

By Nick Giongco London Olympian Mark Anthony Barriga, who vies for the world title on Dec. 1 in Los Angeles, is right on track in his buildup for his shot at stardom. No less than reigning world champion Jerwin Ancajas swears that the crafty fighter is not only nearing peak form but moving like a […]

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NU jins in golden sweep

National University had another golden double by ruling the women and men’s division Friday in the UAAP Season 81 taekwondo tournament at the Blue Eagle Gym. The Lady Bulldogs completed a perfect season, winning all six fights to annex their third consecutive crown. After a stunning season-opening loss to Ateneo, NU won five in a […]

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PH bowlers fall short at World Cup

LAS VEGAS – The Philippines’ bid for honors in the 54th Bowling World Cup international finals ended yesterday when national titlists Merwin Tan and Marie Alexis Sy failed to advance to the quarterfinals at Sam’s Town Center here. Tan, 19-year-old Marist School student, finished only 11th in the men’s division with a total score of […]

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Lacuna resets UAAP swimming record

Ateneo continued its assault with two-time Olympian Jessie Khing Lacuna re-setting his league record in the second day of UAAP swimming competition Friday at the Rizal Memorial Swimming Pool. Proud winner of three straight MVP award, Lacuna topped the 100-meter butterfly in 55.77 seconds, shattering the old league mark of 55.79 which he registered in […]

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