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Petecio vows to give ‘150 percent’ effort in ‘Calambubble’ for Olympic qualifiers

Petecio vows to give ‘150 percent’ effort in ‘Calambubble’ for Olympic qualifiers

By CARLO ANOLIN     Nesthy Petecio is just one of the Filipino boxers seeking Olympic berths for the coronavirus-hit Tokyo Games in July. With the start of their 90-day training camp in Calamba, Laguna dubbed as “Calambubble,” Petecio couldn’t be happier to return to regular face-to-face meetings with her coaches and teammates. “Noong sinabihan […]

Officials to IATF: Allow  other athletes to prepare

  By KRISTEL SATUMBAGA   Sports officials are working very hard to get clearance from the Inter-Agency Task Force (IATF) for the resumption of training of other athletes who will see action in the 2021 Southeast Asian Games set late November. National Training Director Marc Velasco said this is the first crucial step since only […]

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PSC OKs fencers’ request to undergo bubble training in seaside Ormoc City

By WAYLON GALVEZ       The national fencing team will train for two months in Ormoc City after the Philippine Sports Commission (PSC) finally approved Wednesday the request of the Philippine Fencing Association (PFA) to train in the seaside city to prepare for this year’s Asian Championship. Amat Canlas, head coach of the national […]

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Fernandez named PH CDM for Vietnam SEAG

By KRISTEL SATUMBAGA     The Philippine Olympic Committee (POC) has appointed Philippine Sports Commissioner Mon Fernandez as the country’s Chef De Mission in the 31st Southeast Asian Games that Vietnam is hosting late this year. POC president Bambol Tolentino made the announcement Tuesday during the first Executive Board meeting since his reelection last November. “We […]

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Obstacle group puts its plans, programs in place despite pandemic

      The Philippine Obstacle Sports Federation (POSF) made sure it hurdled the challenges for it to thrive and stay relevant in the country in this time of pandemic. Atty. Al Agra, POSF president, said despite all the limitations that COVID-19 has caused the past nine months, his federation managed to put its plans […]

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Triathlon group pushes ‘bubble event’ to next year

    The Triathlon Association of the Philippines (TRAP) has decided to push its planned “triathlon race bubble” to early next year upon the advice of its venue host in New Clark City. The sprint race event was supposed to be held this month, but will be rescheduled to late January or early February next […]

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