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3 Filipino darters get a slot at World Championships

Three Filipino darters are headed to the Cazoo World Darts Championship in London this December, marking another significant achievement for the Philippines in the international darts scene.

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Arvin Tolentino shines as PBA's Player of the Week

Arvin Tolentino has found a new home with NorthPort Batang Pier. A day after he was involved in a huge trade that sent Jamie Malonzo to Barangay Ginebra, the 6-foot-5 forward provided an immediate impact early in the 2022 PBA Commissioner's Cup. #In60words

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Greg Slaughter explains reason behind departure from NorthPort

Greg Slaughter revealed the full details behind his departure from his former mother team NorthPort Batang Pier, which led to signing a deal with Fukouka Flying Zephyr in Japan B.League.

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Matthew Wright wants 'change of scenery' in Japan B.League

After a six-year stint in the PBA, Matthew Wright is ready to take his career to the next level in Japan B.League. This is exactly what the Fil-Canadian needs now since he wants to get out of his comfort zone and start fresh.

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Yuka Saso takes lead in US golf tourney

Yuka Saso re-entered the LPGA Tour on Friday at Pinnacle Country Club in Rogers, Arizona, shooting a blazing seven-under-par 64 to share the lead in the Walmart NW Arkansas Championship.

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After Singapore, Pinay Sambo artist bags silver in Turkey

After her gold medal performance in the 2022 Singapore Judo Open in Singapore on September 3, Davaoeno Sambo Practioner Sydney Sy Tancontian made the Philippines even prouder again after she won a silver medal in the tough FISU University World Cup Combat Sports in Samsun, Turkey on September 21.

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Seoul Samsung moves on from Will Navarro after signing Christian David

Seoul Samsung has decided not to move forward from William Navarro. Instead, the Thunder have signed Filipino-Canadian Christian David as their Asian Quota player. David is a product of Butler University. The 6-foot-6 big man averaged 1.70 points and 1.41 rebounds in his five-year stay. This means that Nav...

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With original plan nixed, Seoul Samsung signs another Pinoy in

With the bid to bring Will Navarro as its import botched, the Seoul Samsung Thunders have decided to go with another Filipino. The Thunders have instead signed Filipino-Canadian Christian David as their player under the Asian Quota system, the club announced on Thursday.

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Sherwin Concepcion, Brian Santos ineligible to play for UST in Season 85

The University of Santo Tomas has lost two key players entering UAAP Season 85. Due to their age, Sherwin Concepcion and Bryan Santos will not be eligible for the UAAP Season 85 Men’s Basketball Tournament. Head coach Bal David confirmed the development. Both players are already 25 years old, with Concepcion b...

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Pinoy chessers rule Malaysia chess tourney

On September 18, Grandmaster Rogelio Joey Antonio Jr. of Quezon City and Fide Master Nelson Villanueva of La Carlota City, Negros Occidental, made the country proud once again with a strong 1-2 finish in the MRSM Tun Mustapha Chess Championship 2022 (Open), which was held at the MRSM Tun Mustapha Tawau in Sabah, Malaysia. #In60words

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60 events for UAAP in Season 85

Looking to mount a cycle similar to its traditional setup, the University Athletic Association of the Philippines said it would be staging 60 events across 21 sports for its 85th varsity season.

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POC not happy with one-sided Cambodia SEAG events

Abraham Bambol Tolentino, president of the Philippine Olympic Committee (POC), expressed his disappointment when Cambodian organizers recently finalized the 608-event, 49-sport schedule for the 32nd Southeast Asian Games, which will be held in Phnom Penh and Siem Reap from May 5 to 16 in 2019. #In60words

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Kai Sotto, fellow KBL Pinoy imports express support for Will

Filipino players currently playing overseas have expressed their support for William Navarro, who the Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas have not cleared to suit up in the Korean Basketball League.

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Junior Azkals bows out of Asian Cup in Oman with

The Philippine Azkals U-20 team has failed to advance to the playoffs after they managed only to win one game in their three-game matches in the AFC U20 Asian Cup at the Al Saadah Sports Complex in Oman.

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Sotto fumes over Navarro's botched Korea gig

Kai Sotto sounded off through social media Sunday over the barring of his Gilas Pilipinas teammate Will Navarro to play in Korea.

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