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Pacquiao to light SEAG flame

BY NICK GIONGCO Sen. Manny Pacquiao is going to light the flame that will mark the start of the 30th Southeast Asian Games on Nov. 30 at the Philippine Arena in Bulacan. Asked whether he will have the time to watch SEAG events from Nov. 30-Dec. 11, Pacquiao told the Bulletin on Tuesday that he […]

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Regalado seeks SEAG redemption

Cherry May Regalado has come a long way from winning beauty pageants to become one of Asia’s top athletes. Her disappointing show in the 2017 Kuala Lumpur Games has made Regalado more determined and patient as she increased her practice time. “Hindi ko napigilan ang pag-iyak noong 2017 SEA Games (in Kuala Lumpur) kasi po […]

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Thais pose danger for PH tracksters

Thailand’s track and field team is determined to put on a show before host Philippines during the 30th Southeast Asian Games scheduled Nov. 30-Dec. 11. Philippine Track and Field Association president Philip Ella Juico told Tempo  on Thursday that the globe-trotting Thai track team is still on competition mode. “From what I know, Thailand is still […]

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SEAG: Fencers out to re-stamp class

The Philippine fencing team to the 30th SEA Games will not settle for anything less than winning the overall title on home soil. The last time the Philippines hosted the biennial event in 2005, the local fencers were overall champions with five gold, five silver and a couple of bronze medals. “That´s our aim. We […]

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Torres-Sunang shows vintage form in SEAG test event

CAPAS, Tarlac – Marestella Torres-Sunang leapt a distance of 6.2 meters on her fourth attempt to rule the women’s long jump in the Southeast Asian Games athletics test event Saturday at the New Clark City Athletics stadium here. In beating her Thai and Vietnamese rivals for the gold, Torres-Sunang moved closer to her target, which is […]

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Out to stay in top form, Obiena returns to Italy

RISING POLE vaulter EJ Obiena has decided to spend the remaining days of his training for the 30th Southeast Asian Games in Italy, where conditions and facilities should enable him to maintain his top form. Obiena had earlier wanted to stay behind until the SEAG formally starts but was compelled to pack his bags and resume his […]

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