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No boundaries for Novak

MELBOURNE—Another overpowering win kept him head and shoulders above his peers at the Australian Open, but Novak Djokovic said fears of a “big slap from karma” make him humble as he continues his quest for Grand Slam history. The achievements ...

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Galanza, Paat ready to lead Adamson Lady Falcons

The Adamson Lady Falcons. Photo by Arvin Lim, ABS-CBN Sports MANILA, Philippines – Adamson University veterans Mylene Paat and Jessica Galanza are ready to take on a bigger burden for the Lady Falcons in their quest to make it back ...

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BUNDESLIGA: Bayern coast home against Hoffenheim

Bayern Munich’s Robert Lewandowski celebrates. Photo by Michaela RehleDFL, Reuters. BERLIN – Robert Lewandowski scored both goals as runaway leaders Bayern Munich coasted to a predictable 2-0 win at home to relegation-threatened Hoffenheim in the Bundesliga on Sunday. The win ...

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Djokovic masters Murray for 6th Australian title

Djokovic clinches 11th grand slam title Serbia’s Novak Djokovic kisses the men’s singles trophy after winning his final match against Britain’s Andy Murray at the Australian Open. Thomas Peter, Reuters MELBOURNE — Novak Djokovic crushed Andy Murray 6-1 7-5 7-6(3) ...

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Caloy Loyzaga: The Big Difference of PH basketball

THERE were many things written about Carlos Loyzaga that had made him larger than life, but like most Filipinos, he was as real as he can get. Yes, he was handsome owing to his Cuban-Filipino-Spanish blood, but he had become ...

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Rivero learned lessons from JrNBA

RICCI Rivero took to heart the lessons he learned when he was still a part of the JrNBA Presented by Alaska program in 2013. The discipline on and off the court, and the skills which coach Louie Gonzales taught during ...

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Biggest grassroots basketball program tips off in Don Bosco

THE JrNBA/JrWNBA Presented by Alaska, already the biggest grassroots basketball development program in the country, continues to grow. The tip-off last weekend at the Don Bosco Technical Institute, Makati set a new record in attendance with 281 coaches from Luzon, ...

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May The Big Difference be an inspiration to Gilas

ON the same day that Gilas Pilipinas was drawn in perhaps one of the two strongest groups in the FIBA Olympic Qualifying Tournament, we received the distressing news that the greatest basketball player of all time to wear our country’s ...

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PH's Eustaquio KOs Malaysian foe with soccer kick

  MANILA – Team Lakay’s Geje Eustaquio stunned the Malaysian crowd at the Stadium Megara in Kuala Lumpur by knocking out Saiful Merican in the first round of their MMA fight in ONE: Clash of Heroes on Friday. The Baguio-based ...

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Jarencio: No UST Tiger involved in game-fixing

NO member of the University of Santo Tomas Growling Tigers is involved in game-fixing in the University Athletic Association of the Philippines.  Former UST coach Pido Jarencio believes so, because he knows most of the players who played for the ...

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