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LULUSOB  ngayon ang San Miguel Beer-Alab Pilipinas basketball team, sa pangunguna ni coach Jimmy Alapag, sa ika-45 "Usapang Sports" ng Tabloids Organization in Philippine Sports (TOPS) sa National Press Club sa Intramuros, Manila.

Four years ago, she felt burnt out – with her job and her life. Her mind and body were telling her to stop and reassess where her life was at and where it was going. “I asked myself these three questions: How am I? Is where I am the best that I can be for myself and others? Do I see myself in 10 years doing what I’m doing now? And my answers were ‘Not so good, No, and No,” recalls 42-year-old Charissa O. Cacnio.

 

In a bid to end a long medal drought, the Philippine Sports Commission (PSC) sent the national women’s volleyball team to a training camp in Japan in preparation for the country’s hosting of the 30th Southeast Asian Games.

 

In a bid to end a long medal drought, the Philippine Sports Commission (PSC) sent the national women’s volleyball team to a training camp in Japan in preparation for the country’s hosting of the 30th Southeast Asian Games.

 

In a bid to end a long medal drought, the Philippine Sports Commission (PSC) sent the national women’s volleyball team to a training camp in Japan in preparation for the country’s hosting of the 30th Southeast Asian Games.

Joshua “The Passion” Pacio will be defending his ONE Strawweight World Title against Rene “The Challenger” Catalan on 8 November at ONE: MASTERS OF FATE in his second reign as the division’s king.. Ever since he reclaimed his title from Yosuke Saruta last April, Pacio has been on the grind back at the Team Lakay gym. After learning that he will get the opportunity to perform in front of his compatriots at the Mall of Asia Arena in the Philippines, Pacio doubled his efforts in hopes of giving fans another excellent performance.

HADO Pilipinas Final Battle mapapanood sa ABS-CBN S+A

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The Philippine National Shooting team is all fired up to compete in the Asian Shooting Championships on Nov. 2-11 in Doha, Qatar and will try to book slots in next year's Olympic Games.

This year's edition of the Asian Championships has been declared as the last Olympic Qualifying for Asia by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) for next year's Tokyo Olympic Games.

The top three finishers in each of the shotgun, rifle and pistol events of the tournament will gain quota places or outright qualification to the 2020 Tokyo Olympiad.

Philippine Sports Commission (PSC) Chairman William Ramirez is hopeful of the shooters’ victory, saying the country needs more qualifiers to Tokyo.

“We now have two Olympians in Tokyo, but we need more. That is why the PSC is supportive of all these exposures and competitions so that our athletes get big chances at making it to the ultimate competition of their careers—the Olympics,” Ramirez said.

So far, gymnast Carlos Yulo and pole vaulter EJ Obiena have clinched their slots in the Tokyo Games.

It will be recalled that Shotgun shooter Hagen Topacio two years ago won the Men's Individual Trap silver medal in the Asian Shooting Championships in Kuwait.

The 2016 Asian Championships was also an Olympic qualifying event for the Rio Olympiad but the IOC later pulled out its recognition after organizers refused an Israeli technical official’s entry to Kuwait.

Topacio is eyeing a repeat of his silver medal feat to earn a slot in next year's Tokyo summer games.

The other members of the men's trap team are Eric Ang, Carlos Carag and Jethro Dionisio.

Jeson Valdez and Amparo Acuna are also capable of podium finish in the mixed rifle event which will be played for the first time in the Tokyo Games.

Other shooters competing in the Asian Championships are Dennis Basila and Sean Ocampo in rifle, Michael Angelo Fernandez, Marcelo Gonzales, Shanin Gonzalez and Juliet Arellano in the pistol events

The Philippine shooting team is also aiming for the golds in shotgun trap event, Mixed Rifle event, Benchrest light Varmint, Heavy Varmint, Metallic silhouette  pistol and rifle events.

The Philippine Shooting Team had several international training and exposures in Italy and other parts of Europe with the full support from the PSC, including its participation in the Asian Olympic Qualifying tournament in Doha Qatar next month.

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