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Pilipinas Dragons make waves in Barcelona

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The Pilpinas Dragons, a football team of boys mostly born in 2000, set records in Barcelona last week when it became the first Philippine competitor in the history of the prestigious Mediterranean International Cup (MIC) 2016, which saw action from some 500 teams in 42 countries.

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Salamat nails world cycling bronze

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Showing yet again that she’s the country’s top female rider, Marella Salamat captured a bronze medal in the World University Cycling Championships in Tagaytay City March 18.

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Fil-Aussie Jason Day retakes golf world No. 1

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AUSTIN, Texas -- Jason Day made his return to No. 1 in the world feel even sweeter Sunday, March 27, by winning the Dell Match Play.

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2 Elorde grandsons battle Indonesians

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Two grandsons of the legendary Gabriel “Flash” Elorde -  Juan Martin (Bai) Elorde and Juan Miguel “The Boss” Elorde - will be pitted against Indonesians in fights that will highlight the 16th Gabriel “Flash” Elorde Memorial Awards and Banquet of Champions on March 29 at Sofitel Philippine Plaza.

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Fil-Am Heritage Athlete Lance Tan to represent the Philippines at Fencing World Championships in Bourges, France

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Fifteen year-old fencer Lawrence”Lance” Tan will be representing the Philippines April 1-10  at Les Championnats du Monde D'Escrime (World Cadet and Junior Fencing World Championships). 

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Let’s rally behind our national boxing team

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Manny Pacquiao, no doubt, can very well take care of himself in his next fight.

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Spotting depression: Is your child a suicide risk?

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The past two years, there have been one too many deaths by suicide in high schools, colleges and universities.

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PSC founding chair Cecil Hechanova dies

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Cecil Hechanova, the founding chairman of the Philippine Sports Commission, died in his sleep Tuesday, March 22, after suffering from a lingering illness. He was 84.

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Roach: Pacquiao good for 2 more fights

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HOLLYWOOD -- Freddie Roach has a long standing pact with Manny Pacquiao.

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Pacquiao on KO drought: Harder to knock out foes at welterweight

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It has been close to six years since Manny Pacquiao has knocked someone out in the ring.

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