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Capiz inks support with ACS

Capiz inks support with ACS

The Provincial Government of Capiz has struck a partnership with country’s premier-maker of household and personal care products, ACS Manufacturing Corporation as co-presentor the 1st Capiz International Triathlon. Engineer Supetran will be giving financial support for the forthcoming spectacular sports event of the province known as TriAksyon. Capiz Governor Tony A. del Rosario together with […]

Eagerness to win keeps Vaughn Donayre motivated in upcoming fight

When Vaughn Donayre directed his career path to ONE Championship nearly three years ago, he was once touted as a promising Filipino talent from the beautiful province of Cebu. However, the luster of his billing as a top-notch prospect slowly faded when a string of setbacks came his way. The 37-year-old Cebu native suffered a […]

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Filipino fighter Rene Catalan aims to establish first winning streak in ONE Championship

Winning has been closely associated with Filipino fighter Rene Catalan (1-2) in international Wushu tournaments as he has brought home numerous gold medals for the Philippines. However, having his hand raised as the winner in mixed martial arts (MMA) has been elusive since he transitioned to the world’s fastest-growing sport in 2013. Like capturing the […]

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Capiz to hold int’l triathlon event

The province of Capiz will be holding an international triathlon event next year. The 1st Capiz International Triathlon is set on April 22-23, 2017. Jose O. Borres, Capiz TriAksyon chairman, said they are expecting some 300 triathletes to participate in the two-day event. According to Borres, as early a this month, there were already triathletes […]

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Ilonggo U-16 Booters to compete in the Singa-Cup Invitational 2016

Eight young Ilonggo football players from the Ilonggo Young Booters Football Club beefed up by eight outstanding U-16 national players are set to compete in the 2016 Singa-cup to be held in Singapore from November 7-11, 2016. Venue for the said event is at Sportscage Park, Singapore. The team is now being trained by national […]

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Pacquiao vs Vargas: Experience vs Age

Age and experience may play a major factor when seven-division world champion Manny Pacquiao attempts to collect the WBO welterweight belt of reigning champion Jessie Vargas in Las Vegas on Nov. 5. Vargas, 27, has silenced seven undefeated fighters leading into their respective bouts with wins over Anton Novikov, Khabib Allakhverdiev, Wale Omotoso, and most […]

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Iloilo pulls out of hosting 2017 Palarong Pambansa

The province of Iloilo has pulled out of hosting the 2017 Palarong Pambansa, an annual multi-sporting event of the Department of Education (DepEd). Governor Arthur Defensor Sr. announced the decision to withdraw the province’s bid to host next year’s Palarong Pambansa in his recent press conference. But he clarified that the withdrawal does not mean […]

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CPU, Ateneo Jins Grab Fame in Nat’l Taekwondo Tilt

The Central Philippine University  (CPU) and Ateneo de Iloilo Jins landed the Iloilo Team on the limelight in the National Taekwondo Inter-School Championship held at SM Seaside Cebu last October 1-2, 2016 as it bagged four trophies which include the over all champion for tertiary men represented by Jim Simpas (gold), first runner-up tertiary women […]

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Experts pick Pacquiao to topple WBO titlist Vargas

Former World Boxing Organization welterweight champion Manny Pacquiao has been lopsidedly installed as a solid pick by boxing experts and sports analysts to grab the WBO tiara from Jessie Vargas as the two protagonists faced the media in Los Angeles September 8 to kick off their 12-round November 5 pay-per-view duel in Las Vegas. Pacquiao […]

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Grandson of Iloilo village chief wins gold in US Jui-Jitsu tilt

NEW YORK CITY — Ray G. Rico, chief of Phhc 22 Mandurriao, Iloilo City in the Philippines admitted he was teary-eyed upon his recent release from hospital not because he was treated for kidney infection and diabetes during confinement. “It was tears of joy,” Rico sighed. “My ailment had nothing to do with my tears.” […]

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