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By Tom Choy

Vancouver, British Columbia

“Talent wins games, teamwork and intelligence win championships.”  Unknown

The RP BlU GIRLS, the Philippine national softball team, won silver in the recently concluded Asian Women’s World Softball Championships held in Taichung, Taiwan.

Cebu City, Philippines, 03 December 2017 – Mary Joy Tabal is now the first woman to win the National MILO Marathon Queen crown five times in a row. The Cebuana Olympian and SEA Games gold medalist fittingly achieved this impressive feat in the National Finals at her hometown of Cebu, with thousands of Cebuanos cheering her on. Meanwhile, Davaoeño salesman Joerge Andrade is the new name in the game, winning his first MILO Marathon King title.With the theme “Magsama-sama, Tumakbo, Matuto”, the 41st National MILO Marathon National Finals in Cebu culminates 16 regional legs, all driven by values such as discipline, resilience, and determination, which runners can take with them in their journey in life. Along with the exciting race experience and good weather, around 12,000 runners from all over the Philippines also enjoyed the festive atmosphere the Queen City of the South is known for.

Cebu City, 01 December 2017 – MILO Philippines and the city of Cebu are ready to welcome all finalists and participants at the National Finals of the 41st National MILO Marathon on December 3, Sunday. For the first time, the Queen City of the South hosts the much-awaited finale. With the MILO Marathon’s strong following in the Visayas region, Cebu was chosen as the finals location to make the running event more accessible to the runners from the south, as well as to reach more Filipinos and encourage them to achieve an active and healthy lifestyle. Runners and spectators alike can also look forward to the popular tourist spots and rich culture that Cebu has to offer.

Sports in the Philippines has come a long way from it being limited to just the typical ones such as basketball, volleyball, and badminton. Now, Filipinos are getting into a wider range of sports and other physical activities such as Frisbee, hiking, Zumba, and yoga. Tapping into this growing market is French sporting goods giant Decathlon, which recently opened its very first store in the Philippines at Festival Mall in Alabang, Muntinlupa City.

THERE should  be  no room for politics and patronage in Philippine sports.

Thus  said former Sen. Anna Dominique  “Nikki” Coseteng  as she took  up the  cudgels for the nth time for the beleaguered swimmers who continue to bring  honor to the country  despite limited support from the  Philippine  Olympic  Committee  (POC) and Philippine Sports Commission (PSC).

U.S based Speedskater Kathryn Magno targets to take initial steps to her main goal of qualifying to the Winter Olympics when she competes in next week’s Asian Winter Games in Sapporo, Japan.

The 26-year old California-based skater is one of the 29-member athletes of Team Philippines to the Feb 19-26 Winter Games.

FOUR bemedalled swimmers lead 10 young outstanding athletes who will be recognized with the Tony Siddayao Awards during the Philippine Sportswriters Association Annual Awards Night presented by San Miguel and Milo on Feb. 13 at the Le Pavilion in Pasay City.

Palarong Pambansa standout Maurice Sacho Ilustre banners the latest batch of athletes who will be bestowed with the award named after the late Manila Standard sports editor Tony Siddayao, considered the “Dean of Philippine sportswriting.”

AND it came to pass that a weightlifter would deliver on a memorable year that also saw the historic comeback by San Miguel Beer from 0-3 hole in a series to win a PBA title and Manny Pacquiao’s retirement and subsequent ‘quick’ return to the ring.

Hidily Diaz pitted skills against world class competitors in the Rio Olympic Games but fell short in her bid to gift the Philippines its first ever gold in the long-running quadrennial sports spectacle.