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A tough customer for Manny Pacquiao

TERENCE Crawford looks invincible, and Manny Pacquiao must be wary of him. That’s how Crawford appeared on October 14, when he fought fellow American Jose...

Potent start for Mondilla

AILING Clyde Mondilla, out to end a long slump on the Philippine Golf Tour (PGT), outslugged Peter Stojanovski in a virtual shootout of aces...

Falcons seek Redemption

Losses continue to pile for Adamson University, but the Soaring Falcons are eager to hold on to their promising start in Season 81 of...

Forest Cover wins by a head

FOREST Cover paced itself until the last 300 meters before edging Mona’s Mark and Electrify to rule the second leg of the Philippine Racing...

Batang Pier hope to keep alive playoffs hope

NORTHPORT tries to keep its flickering playoff hopes alive when it battles Rain or Shine in the Philippine Basketball Association Governors’ Cup on Wednesday...

Modest in Argentina

ARCHER Nicole Tagle closed out the country’s campaign in the 2018 Youth Olympic Games without any medal on Monday along with golfers Yuka Saso...

Record in Shanghai

SHANGHAI—Novak Djokovic won a record fourth Shanghai Masters title with a 6-3, 6-4 win over 13th-seeded Borna Coric on Sunday. The second-seeded Djokovic has won...

Kenyan track great Keino facing corruption charges

Kenyan distance-running great Kip Keino is one of seven suspects in a corruption investigation and has been ordered to report to police by the...

Basketball loses a leader

BUENOS AIRES, Argentina—Patrick Baumann, the secretary-general of basketball’s world governing body who was seen as a potential International Olympic Committee (IOC) president, has died...

Kiteboarder saves day

Filipino-Norwegian Christian Tio saved the Philippine campaign with a kiteboarding silver medal in the 2018 Youth Olympic Games in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The 17-year-old Tio...

Carlos aims high

Jobim Carlos tries to cap a sterling Philippine Golf Tour (PGT) season with a victory in the rich International Container Terminal Services Inc. (ICTSI)...

Butler practices again with Wolves

MINNEAPOLIS—Jimmy Butler is still suiting up for the Minnesota Timberwolves, with the opener three days away. Despite his preference to play elsewhere, signs have begun...

Eliminated squads seek graceful exits

FOUR teams eliminated from Final Four contention take the floor on Tuesday with nothing in mind but to close out their campaigns in respectable...

Rising from crisis

ROME—Italy is finally showing signs of emerging from its crisis, nearly a year after failing to qualify for the World Cup. Cristiano Biraghi’s goal in...

Who would listen? Who would care?

By Eddie Pells | The Associated Press TWO men stood together, utilizing the worldwide platform that only the Olympics can provide, to call attention to...

Bolts and Almazan pulling magic trick

THAT 99-94 loss to NorthPort really hurts Meralco’s bid to advance to the next round of the ongoing Philippine Basketball Association (PBA) Governors’ Cup. The...

Biles bothered by anti-Nike tweet

Olympic champion Simone Biles is upset about an anti-Nike tweet from USA Gymnastics interim president and CEO Mary Bono. Bono was appointed last Friday to...

Battle of Luisita

THE men of the Philippine Golf Tour and PGT Asia are set out for back-to-back duels at the demanding Luisita Golf and Country Club...

Tigers feast on Tams

THERE’S no stopping University of Santo Tomas’s (UST) run as the young Growling Tigers mauled the Far Eastern University (FEU) Tamaraws, 78-70, in Season...

Leagues seek ‘integrity fee’

LAS VEGAS—Major League Baseball (MLB) and the casino industry are entrenched in their views on a league proposal to get a cut from wagers...
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