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The Philippine women’s rugby sevens team flies to Jakarta today to shoot for the gold in the 2019 Asia Rugby Women’s Trophy Series. “This is a preparation tournament for the SEA Games,” said Volcanos team manager Jake Letts during Tuesday’s Philippine Sportswriters Association (PSA) Forum at Amelie Hotel-Manila. The Philippine team backed by First Pacific, […]

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Guiao will handle Gilas in SEA Games

VETERAN Yeng Guiao will still call the shots for Gilas Pilipinas that will try to protect the country’s amazing winning streak in the 30th SEA Games which will be held in various part of Luzon later this year. Since the shocking loss to host Malaysia in1989 edition, the Filipinos have never dropped a game, winning […]

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Tokyo CDM to be named soon – Bambol

CITING delicadeza, newly-elected Philippine Olympic Committee (POC) president Bambol Tolentino will relinquish his post as chief of mission of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics with the appointment of a new go-to guy sometime next week. “It doesn’t look good since I am already the (POC) president,” said Tolentino on Tuesday. Tolentino was appointed by former POC president […]

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Bamboo Pavilion looks regal

United Polo Players Association (UPPA) Chairman and Rep. Mikee Romero (1Pacman Partylist) yesterday said the that Brunei Sultan – Hassanal Bolkiah – and the Malaysian King –Tengku Abdullah Sultan Ahmad Shah – are expected to watch several matches of the event.

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Athletes, officials in renewal of vow

Dubbed as a “unity meeting”, the event was initiated by PSC Chairman Butch Ramirez along with President Duterte’s top aides – Sen. Bong Go and Executive Secretary Salvador Medialdea – to show that everything is now under control as far preparations and hosting of the 30th SEA Games are concerned.

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Tagaytay race dry run for SEA Games

PhilCycling President Abraham Tolentino said the road race routes as well as those in the individual and team time trials (ITT and TTT) are virtually the same course for the SEA Games Tagaytay City is also hosting from Nov. 30 to Dec. 11.

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