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PH demolishes Brunei to nail 1st AFF Cup win

In his senior debut, Sebastian Rasmussen scored twice in the second half to help the Philippines defeat Brunei Darussalam, 5-1, last Friday night in the AFF Mitsubishi Electric Cup at Rizal Memorial Stadium, giving the nation its first victory. #In60words

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Batang Pinoy outstanding tracksters eyed for PH team

At the Philippine Sports Commission-Batang Pinoy National Championships held at the Quirino Stadium track oval in Vigan, Ilocos Sur, Leonelyn Compuesto of Masbate and Mico Villaran of Bacolod City each won multiple medals in their respective events. #In60words

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Filipino pummels Thai, keeps Asian boxing title

At the Cordillera Career Development College gymnasium in La Trinidad, Benguet, over the weekend, reigning World Boxing Association Asia super bantamweight champion Carl James Martin knocked out Thailand's Komgrich Nantapech in the second of their scheduled 10-round title fight.

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Pinoy farmer Asia's newest trail master

A 31-year-old veteran tail runner and farmer won the coveted title of Asian Trail Master after he won the tough 75-kilometer race Mt. Apo Sky race in Sta. Cruz, Davao del Sur on December 17.

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Brilliant Messi leads Argentina to World Cup glory

Lionel Messi led Argentina to World Cup glory on Sunday, scoring twice against France in one of the all-time great finals with the South Americans holding their nerve to triumph in a penalty shootout.

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Pinoy Muay athletes net 3 international medals

Three Filipino Muay athletes are still dominating the international Muay scene. The three competitors competed on the ASEAN stage from December 7 to December 11, winning three medals in the just-finished Southeast Asian Muay Championships 2022, held in SinahoukVille, Cambodia. #In60words

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Carlo Paalam, Nesthy Petecio spice up Batang Pinoy 2022 opening

The opening ceremony of the PSC-Batang Pinoy National Championships in Ilocos Sur will be spiced up by none other than Olympic silver medalists Carlo Paalam and Nesthy Petecio on Saturday, December 17. #In60words

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Malick Diouf named UAAP Season 85 MVP

University of the Philippines' Malick Diouf was officially crowned UAAP Season 85 Most Valuable Player (MVP). The 6-foot-11 big man from Senegal averaged 10.79 points, 10.86 rebounds, 2.86 assists, 1.57 blocks, and 1.5 steals during the elimination round.

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NU gets 2022 UAAP poomsae title

On Tuesday at the Blue Eagle Gym, National University used its strong showing in the men's team competition to unseat the University of Santo Tomas. This team had previously held the UAAP taekwondo poomsae championship.

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NCAA stands with Fran Yu suspension despite Letran's appeal

Fran Yu may have played his last game in his collegiate career. This was after NCAA denied Letran's appeal to rescind Yus suspension on Tuesday following his ejection in Game 2. The NCAA Season 95 Finals MVP will not suit up in the winner-take-all Game 3 Finals.

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Paolo Javillionar escapes hefty penalties Kyle Tolentino gets suspended for

Letran's Paolo Javillionar was given lighter penalties for his butt-pinching incident in Game One of the NCAA Season 98 Finals. The NCAA Management Committee (Mancom) released a statement on Friday. #In60words

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US sports reporter dies while covering Qatar World Cup

A widely-known US sports reporter -- who made headlines when he was detained at the Qatar World Cup for wearing a rainbow shirt -- died Friday while covering the quarter finals in Doha, accordin to his wife and the US Soccer federation. #In60words

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Brandon Ganuelas-Rosser out for a month due to hyperextended knee

NLEX rookie Brandon Ganuelas-Rosser will be out for at least a month after sustaining a hyperextended left knee. The 28-year-old Fil-American hurt his knee during the knockout game against Rain or Shine for the final quarterfinals berth in the PBA Commissioners Cup. #In60words

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John Amores turns pro, signs with Zamboanga Valientes

Controversial player John Amores has signed with Zamboanga Valientes ahead of their campaign in the ASEAN Basketball League (ABL) Invitational next year. The signing came a month after Amores' punching incident in a game against College of Saint Benilde. Valiente's general manager Nino Rejhi Natividad confirmed the development on Thursday, saying that the team believes in second chances. #In60words...

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Hidilyn Diaz snatches three golds in World Championships

Hidilyn Diaz is officially a world champion. Diaz snatched three medals in the women's 55kg division after lifting 207kg in the International Weightlifting Federation World Championships in Bogota, Colombia, on Wednesday (Thursday, Manila time).

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