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Boxing’s our best Olympic medal hope, and boy does it look dim now

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What was that again? All you need to hit the jackpot is one ticket? Well that may work in lottery, even against million-to-one odds. But in sports? Even with a generous financial backer helping tilt supposedly better odds toward you? I’m not quite sure. I’m not discounting come-from-behind dramas or fairy-tale endings but from where […]

Posted: April 13th, 2012 in Beat Box Corner,Blog,Latest Sports Stories | Read More »

A youthful experience to remember

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It was October last year then when the Energen Team Pilipinas joined the Fédération Internationale de Basketball Under-16 tournament and stepped into the limelight.

Posted: January 17th, 2012 in Blog,Tirang Alahoy | Read More »

The Blue-Haired Fanatic: ‘Not an icon but a servant’

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We are used to cheering our hearts out for our favorite teams, scream boo’s at our bitter rivals, celebrate whenever we reach victories and mourn with the teams in heartbreaking losses.

Posted: January 17th, 2012 in Blog,Full Time | Read More »

As teams ready for battle, UFL prepares for war

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There was a tangible sense of easy optimism as pizza slices, glasses of Coke and good-natured trash-talking were being passed around by some of the biggest names of today’s football scene.

Posted: January 13th, 2012 in Blog,Full Time | Read More »

Execution is key for Viloria vs Mexican Segura

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Strange as this may sound, Brian Viloria will enter the ring an underdog against Giovani Segura—even if the Filipino-American is the one who will be defending a title.

Posted: December 11th, 2011 in Beat Box Corner,Blog,Editors' Picks,Featured Gallery,Latest Sports Stories | Read More »

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