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SEA Games host under fire

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The scrapping of important Olympic events in the Southeast Asian Games this year by host country Myanmar does not sit well with several members of the SEA Games Federation.

Posted: March 7th, 2013 in Clean Living,Commentary | Read More »

PH hosts Fiba Asia caging after 40 years

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THE PHILIPPINES gets the golden chance to host once again on Aug. 1 to 11 the Fiba Asia basketball tournament, the qualifier for the World Championship next year in Madrid. The top three teams will qualify to the world championship from a field of 15 teams which are the best and toughest in Asia.

Posted: February 11th, 2013 in Clean Living,Commentary | Read More »

The great turnaround

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PBA commissioner Chito Salud turned around the sagging fortunes of the Philippine Basketball Association within two years, which only deepens my respect for the man’s management and marketing expertise.

Posted: January 27th, 2013 in Clean Living,Commentary | Read More »

Pacman rebuts another doctor

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SAYING he is ready and fit to fight two more times in 2013, boxing hero Manny Pacquiao has ignored suggestions and calls for him to retire from well-known medical specialists upon his return from a vacation in Israel and Hong Kong.

Posted: January 19th, 2013 in Boxing / MMA,Clean Living,Commentary,Editors' Picks,Featured Columns,Headlines,Pacquiao Files,Professional,Section | Read More »

Dodjie Laurel and Macau GP

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I VIVIDLY remember the late Arsenio “Dodjie” Laurel not only because he gave me the chance to embark on my first trip abroad but because of his obsession with motorsports, a virtually unknown sport here back then.

Posted: November 27th, 2012 in Clean Living,Commentary | Read More »

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