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THOUSANDS of participants in the 2018 SMART/MVP Sports Foundation Taekwondo Summer Class have started their two-month training in 22 venues nationwide, according to organizer Philippine Taekwondo Association.

MALOLOS—Muntinlupa gave Bataan a free ride to the quarterfinal round after the Angelis Resort-backed Cagers subdued the Imus Bandera-GLC Truck and Equipment, 81-69, Saturday and completed the final eight cast in the MPBL-Anta Rajah Cup at the Bulacan Capitol Gymnasium here.

FOR the Philippines, every Olympic event has become a reminder of what the country has yet to achieve since it joined the Games in 1924—a gold medal.

Hoping to break the dry spell in the 2020 Tokyo Summer Olympics, Sen. Grace Poe underscored the need to assess the current sports development programs to boost the country’s chances for the elusive gold.

TEAM Go for Gold has set its sights on a higher plane following the victory of John Leerams Chicano in the recent Putrajaya Asian Triathlon Confederation Middle Distance Duathlon Asian Championships.

In a bid to elevate the training of its athletes, Go For Gold has partnered with world-renowned Australian coach Brett Sutton, who successfully steered Nicola Spirig to Olympic triathlon gold in London 2012 and silver in Rio de Janeiro 2016.