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Enthralling ride comes to an end

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This will regrettably be our farewell column in the Inquirer. For some 14 months we have enjoyed the privilege of reaching the widest audience possible because of the unmatched readership of the Inquirer. However, to us at least, there are other things more important than the mere opportunity to reach a wider readership base. One […]

Posted: October 21st, 2011 in Commentary,Inside Sports | Read More »

GTK stays as POC member

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When Philippine Amateur Track and Field Association president Go Teng Kok was ousted as a member of the Philippine Olympic Committee, there was considerable press coverage. The POC’s rump resolution was made without due process as required by the Olympic body’s constitution as well as the specific provisions under the International Olympic Committee charter. For […]

Posted: October 16th, 2011 in Commentary,Inside Sports | Read More »

Philippine bets don’t deserve nasty comments

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We have consistently maintained that when athletes represent our country in various athletic disciplines in the international arena, we have an obligation to support them. If they win we share in the pride of their victory and feel happy for them. If they lose we share in the agony of their defeat but never, ever […]

Posted: October 13th, 2011 in Commentary,Inside Sports | Read More »

Nietes fulfills a dream

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Donnie“Ahas” Nietes had always wanted to fight before his hometown fans in Bacolod City ever since he won the WBO minimum weight title and had to defend his crown against Mexican challengers in their hometowns in Mexico. When Nietes decided to relinquish his title and move up to junior flyweight, and WBO president Francisco “Paco” […]

Posted: October 9th, 2011 in Commentary,Inside Sports | Read More »

Let’s wish Nietes the best

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One of the nicest young fighters in the ALA Gym of Cebu is Donnie Nietes, the WBO minimumweight champion, who relinquished his title to move up to light flyweight in search of a second world title. His quest will hopefully end successfully when he clashes with tough Mexican southpaw Ramon Garcia Hirales, the twin brother […]

Posted: October 6th, 2011 in Uncategorized | Read More »

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