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Mayweather Sr: ‘I felt Pacquiao won’

inquirer.net – Even one of the staunchest critics of Manny Pacquiao thought the Filipino boxing hero won the fight against Timothy Bradley Jr. Floyd Mayweather Sr. told ESPN Saturday (Sunday in Manila) that to him Pacquiao was “well in control” of the fight. “I thought Tim Bradley put up Read more »

Born in Washington, Starring for the Philippines

By Ben Rothenberg/nytimes.com – With an upset of fifth-seeded Robert Lindstedt and Horia Tecau on Friday afternoon in Paris, Treat Huey and Dominic Inglot moved to the third round in the men’s doubles draw at the French Open.

Cycling: Historic win for Rendole in Le Tour de Filipinas 1st leg

Oscar Rendole made cycling history Saturday by becoming the first Filipino to win a stage in an International Cycling Union (UCI, Union Cycliste International) race at the start of the Le Tour de Filipinas 2012 in Cagayan province.

Pinoy in UK to carry Olympic torch for OFWs

ROSE-AN JESSICA DIOQUINO, GMA NEWS Reymund Enteria, a Filipino occupational therapist in the United Kingdom will be carrying the torch for some nine million overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) around the world in the 2012 Olympics this July. The 30-year-old, who hails from Antipolo City, disclosed to GMA News Online Read more »

Arnold Clavio Racist Remarks Against Philippine Azkals

via showbiznest.com – GMA-7 veteran broadcast journalist Arnold Clavio is now getting a lot of attention online. Unfortunately most of them negative flak for his racist remark against the Philippine Azkals in relation to the ongoing harassment complaint filed by Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Match Commissioner Cristy Ramos on Read more »

Argentine ambassador apologizes over boxing snafu

ABS-CBNnews.com – Argentina’s Ambassador to the Philippines Joaquin Daniel-Otero apologized over the ugly riot following Johnriel Casimero’s IBF interim junior flyweight title win in Buenos Aires, Argentina.