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Cuizon, Aussie lass top PPS Mactan net meet

Cuizon, Aussie lass top PPS Mactan net meet.....»»

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Meet the girl who married the Korean guy of her dreams

Meet the girl who married the Korean guy of her dreams.....»»

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Federer to meet qualifier Melzer in 1st round at Aussie Open

Federer to meet qualifier Melzer in 1st round at Aussie Open.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  philstarRelated NewsJan 15th, 2017

YOUNG BLOOD: End obsession with Top 10

By Jose Luis O. General BAR TOPNOTCHER: Every law student dreams to be one. Law professors, administrators and deans share that dream with their students, inasmuch as professors focus on preparing the students for the bar exam, and administrators craft cu.....»»

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YOUNG BLOOD: End obsession with Top 10

By Jose Luis O. General BAR TOPNOTCHER: Every law student dreams to be one. Law professors, administrators and deans share that dream with their students, inasmuch as professors focus on preparing the students for the bar exam, and administrators craft cu.....»»

Category: newsSource:  bicolmailRelated NewsDec 15th, 2016

Olympian Lariba inspires MLO participants

First Filipino table tennis Olympian Ian Lariba challenged student-athletes to hold on to their dreams and work hard to achieve them during the opening ceremonies of the Milo Little Olympics (MLO) National Capital Region leg on Friday at the Marikina Spor.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilatimes_netRelated NewsAug 26th, 2016

Half-naked Trudeau surprises hiker family

​What would you do if you suddenly meet the hunky Canadian Prime Minister in the middle of the woods, half naked? Share it on social media, of course!.....»»

Category: newsSource:  mb.com.phRelated NewsAug 4th, 2016

Iranian student held in Brussels bomb false alarm

BRUSSELS, Belgium – A language mix-up with an Iranian student triggered a 5-hour bomb alert on Wednesday, July 20, in central Brussels before police detained the man for questioning, police and officials said. Police backed by bomb disposal teams cordon.....»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsJul 21st, 2016

NGCP places Luzon grid on ‘yellow alert’

NGCP places Luzon grid on ‘yellow alert’.....»»

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DoE places Luzon grid on yellow alert

DoE places Luzon grid on yellow alert.....»»

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Army on alert against NPA attacks in North Cotabato

Army on alert against NPA attacks in North Cotabato.....»»

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Mom of Horacio Castillo III wants to meet suspect in son's death

Mom of Horacio Castillo III wants to meet suspect in son's death.....»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated News5 hr. 59 min. ago

Palace condemns senseless death of UST law student

MANILA, Philippines – Malacañang on Friday decried the death of Horacio Castillo III, a freshman law student believed to have died from fraternity hazing......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated News5 hr. 59 min. ago

Meet the Powerhouse Speakers of VABC 2017

Meet the Powerhouse Speakers of VABC 2017.....»»

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Main suspect in UST student's hazing surrenders

Main suspect in UST student's hazing surrenders.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated News9 hr. 33 min. ago

Documentary about Azkal Simone Rota set for premiere

After three years of interviews, research, and filming, the documentary “Journeyman Finds Home: The Simone Rota Story,”  will be unveiled at the Cine Europa 2017 Film Festival on Sunday, September 24, 2017. This documentary made by Albert Almendralejo and Maricel Cariaga tells the inspiring tale of footballer Simone Rota who was born in the Philippines and was adopted by an Italian couple when he was a baby.  As a little boy growing up in Milan, Italy, Simone learned to play football. His hard work and prowess earned him a place in an Italian professional football club. Simone later gave up his life in Italy to return to Philippines and play for Filipino clubs (Stallions FC and Ceres FC) and the Azkals, the Philippine Men’s National Football Team. His main reason for staying in the Philippines is to play football and to search for his biological mother. “Journeyman” chronicles how the sport changed Simone’s life and led him to his roots.   “Dreams do come true!” declares Simone who currently plays for Davao Aguilas FC. “I want to say a big thank you to everyone who made this project possible…I hope that the movie will be an inspiration.” The sports documentary is the first venture directed by Albert Almendralejo who produced the football-themed docus “Little Azkals” and “Pangarap Kong World Cup,” and the feature films “Tumbang Preso” and “Bakal Boys.” Albert says that he was motivated to tell Simone’s story because it offers hope amid difficult times. “I have worked closely with him in promoting grassroots football ' Albert says of Simone.  “and his life truly embodies determination in spite of the odds.”  The version to be shown at Cine Europa 2017 is still a work-in-progress but very much presents the subject’s heart and soul. The docu, which was shot in Italy and the Philippines, includes interviews with Simone’s adoptive parents Maurizio and Marilena, Davao Aguilas FC teammates Phil and James Younghusband, and Sister May and Mother Flora (who were the nuns that took care of Simone as a baby). “Journeyman” also shows the athlete’s more private side, such as his volunteer work at Buklod Kalinga, the orphanage where Simone was left as a baby by a young woman.  “Journeyman Finds a Home: The Simone Rota Story,” is produced by SPEARS Films and Luna Studios. It is co directed by Maricel Cariaga, whose film 'Seven Sacks of Rice' won recently the grand prize in the Aichi Women's International Film Festival. Award-winning screenwriter Clodualdo 'Doy' del Mundo is the creative producer. The September 24 screening is part of the educational component of Cine Europa, the annual film festival of the EU Delegation to the Philippines, and is presented by the Philippine Italian Association (PIA), Shangri-La Cineplex, Davao Aguilas FC, and Puma. Theatrical release is being planned for December 2017. .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated News9 hr. 33 min. ago

Aguirre offers protection to witnesses in UST law student's death

Aguirre offers protection to witnesses in UST law student's death.....»»

Category: moviesSource:  philstarRelated News10 hr. 46 min. ago

Palace strongly condemns ‘senseless’ killing of UST law student

Palace strongly condemns ‘senseless’ killing of UST law student.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilatimes_netRelated News10 hr. 46 min. ago

Army on alert against NPA attacks in North Cotabato

Army on alert against NPA attacks in North Cotabato.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated News15 hr. 59 min. ago

Heavyweight champ Parker hits the road to boost profile

em>By Steve Douglas, Associated Press /em> MANCHESTER, England (AP) — Fresh from getting his chest waxed and boasting a slick new haircut, heavyweight champion Joseph Parker arrived in a tailored two-piece suit for a final news conference before the second defense of his WBO belt. The New Zealander certainly looks the part outside the ring going into Saturday's fight against Hughie Fury in Manchester. What is still unknown is how he shapes up inside it. In a bid to strengthen his 'brand' and gain exposure in the boxing world, the 25-year-old Parker is hitting the road after fighting in his native country for 12 of his last 13 bouts. Britain is his first stop. The plan is to beat Fury, the 23-year-old cousin of former world heavyweight champion Tyson Fury, to improve his record to 24-0 and potentially set up a showdown with WBA and IBF champion Anthony Joshua. 'I feel like the UK is where the heavyweight scene is at, at the moment,' Parker said on Thursday at Old Trafford, home of storied soccer team Manchester United. 'We want to be a part of it. We feel it's important to come here and make a statement.' Question marks remain over New Zealand's first heavyweight champion, though. His trainer, Kevin Barry, acknowledged that Parker was not at his best in his last two fights — the victory on points over Andy Ruiz Jr. that earned him the WBO strap and then an underwhelming first successful defense of the belt against Razvan Cojanu, also on points, in May. He dreams of becoming as well-known as the All Blacks rugby team but he still has a low profile outside New Zealand and the WBO belt is still regarded as the flimsiest of the heavyweight titles. The fight against Fury is even going under the radar in Britain, with only 5,000 tickets sold for the 21,000-capacity Manchester Arena. YouTube — rather than a TV broadcaster — is showing it. It's time for Parker to send a message to the rest of the heavyweight division. 'We know the size of this challenge,' Barry said. 'We have an opportunity, here in our first fight in the UK, to look spectacular.' Given Fury has a reputation for being as unpredictable and awkward to fight as his more illustrious cousin, that won't be easy. Not only that, Fury hasn't fought in around 18 months while he battled to overcome an energy-sapping skin condition that has affected him throughout his professional career. Fury, who is unbeaten in 20 fights, says he is feeling '100 percent' for the first time as a boxer, so neither fighter really knows what to expect. The fight is also being staged in Fury's home city, after the original fight — scheduled to take place in Auckland in May — was canceled owing to a back injury sustained by Fury. 'He is a very difficult opponent,' Barry said. 'He is an opponent a lot of people don't want to fight. We sat down as a team and said to Joe, 'Do you want to fight Hughie Fury?' And he said, 'I want to fight the best fight there is for me in the UK at the moment.' 'We have planned on coming here for the past 12-to-18 months. We think Hughie brings the biggest challenge to us.' The build-up has been light on trash talk, with Parker living up to his image of being clean-cut and courteous. 'I know it's the wrong sport for a good guy, but everyone is his friend,' Parker's mother, Sala, told The Associated Press. 'Joe has no enemy in the entire world. His opponents are his best friends.' Still, Parker said there were doubts over Fury's power and his chin, and he felt he saw 'fear in his eyes' as they went face to face for the cameras. 'He took a big gulp,' Parker said. 'I thought, 'He's scared.'' br />   .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated News18 hr. 46 min. ago