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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.”

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