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Chery Tiggo shocks Creamline; Choco stays unbeaten

By CARLO ANOLIN The Choco Mucho Flying Titans remained undefeated in five games after beating the BaliPure Purest Water Defenders, 25-23, 23-25, 25-15, 25-21, in the 2021 PVL Open Conference Friday at the PCV Socio-Civic & Cultural Center in Bacarra, Ilocos Norte.Trailing 22-18 in the fourth set, BaliPure put up a fight by scoring three […].....»»

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Pinoy MMA bet stuns Chinese foe to win in ONE Championship debut

By CARLO ANOLIN Jeremy Pacatiw of Team Lakay made a good first impression in his ONE Championship debut after scoring a unanimous decision win over Chinese foe Chen Rui in their bantamweight bout in ONE: Battleground at the Singapore Indoor Stadium Friday night, July 30.Pacatiw stayed true to his vow in unleashing the new and […].....»»

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Tempo 31 July 2021, Saturday issue

Tempo 31 July 2021, Saturday issue.....»»

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Zverev ends Djokovic’s Golden Slam hopes with comeback win at Olympics

TOKYO (AFP) – Novak Djokovic’s bid for a calendar Golden Grand Slam was dramatically ended by Alexander Zverev in the Olympics men’s singles semi-finals on Friday, with the world number one saying the loss had left him feeling “so terrible right now”. Djokovic collapsed from a set and a break ahead as German fourth seed […].....»»

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Luis Manzano moves on to his next life chapter, wiser

Luis Manzano has just wrapped up two shows – “I Can See Your Voice” and “Your Face Sounds Familiar” – which means he now has more time on his hands to conceptualize video content for his YouTube channel, “LuckyTV” and focus on his businesses, some of which are under the essential category like transportation and […].....»»

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More thrills, bigger surprises

Jose Manalo is excited with the return of GMA Network’s reality game show “Catch Me Out Philippines.” This because he believes the show is going to be even better, with more thrills, surprises. “Marami po kayong dapat abangan dito sa bagong episodes ng ‘Catch Me Out Philippines.’ Ang mga guest spotters natin ay may ipapakitang […].....»»

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Good luck Team PH; foreign coach sent home for suspected COVID

By TITO S. TALAO TOKYO  — The coronavirus health scare, which has reportedly affected more than 70 individuals so far inside the Olympic Village, has caught up with Team Philippines, forcing sports officials to send home a foreign head coach 24 hours before the opening of the pandemic-delayed 2020 Olympic Games. Rather than risk intervention from […].....»»

Source: Tempo TempoCategory: NewsJul 22nd, 2021Related News

Tokyo Games: All set for strangest Olympics in history

TOKYO (AFP) – One of the strangest Olympics in history will get off to an equally unusual start when the Tokyo 2020 opening ceremony takes place in front of thousands of empty seats on Friday. Just 1,000 dignitaries will be present at the 68,000-seat Olympic Stadium for the traditional extravaganza, usually a time of celebration […].....»»

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3 PH athletes picked by wire services to win Olympic medals

By JONAS TERRADO Two of the world’s top wire services have listed weightlifter Hidilyn Diaz and boxers Eumir Marcial and Nesthy Petecio as among the athletes to watch in the Tokyo Olympics which officially starts today. Diaz was listed as among the five weightlifters to watch by the AFP while the Associated Press is projecting […].....»»

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For gymnast Yulo, Russian rival is one to beat for gold medal

By TITO S. TALAO TOKYO — Acrobatic wonder Carlos Yulo may have to dispense with his most potent weapon — the triple back double front move — when he takes the floor in the gymnastics competition of the 2020 Olympic Games on Saturday at the Ariake Center. Cynthia Carrion-Norton, president of the Gymnastics Association of […].....»»

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Ramirez: PH Olympic dream on brink of reality

TOKYO – Philippine Sports Commission chairman William “Butch” Ramirez and Chief of Staff Marc Velasco arrived here on Thursday and expressed their readiness to cheer the country’s 19 Filipino athletes when they head to battle in the Summer Olympic Games. Ramirez, who owns the distinction as the only chairman since the PSC’s establishment in 1990 […].....»»

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Puregold Channel scores major hit with ‘GVBoys’

Laughter is indeed the best medicine and Puregold Channel proved this recently with the landslide success of “GVBoys” – its first-ever digital series. Directed by veteran TV and film director Don Cuaresma as written by Sherwin Buenvenida and Joaquin Acosta, “GVBoys” is a laugh-a-minute online comedy series that stars Jerome Ponce, Dave Bornea, and Nikko […].....»»

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Eala caps glorious week in Milan with singles crown

By KRISTEL SATUMBAGA Teen sensation Alex Eala highlighted a wondrous week in Milan by winning the JA Milan 2021 Tennis Tour girls crown over the weekend. Still on cloud nine after winning the girls’ doubles title victory with American partner Madison Sieg, the top-seeded Eala did not waste time in routing Czech Republic’s Nikola Batunkova, […].....»»

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‘Ikaw At Ako At Ang Ending,’ something new for KimJe

By NEIL RAMOS Fresh from their successful team up in “Ang Babaeng Walang Pakiramdam,” real-life sweethearts Kim Molina and Jerald Napoles otherwise known as #KimJe, team up for their second movie this year titled “Ikaw At Ako At Ang Ending.” This time, Kim and Jerald collaborate with hit movie maker Irene Emma Villamor. Note some […].....»»

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Lovi Poe, Rhen Escaño fight over Joem Bascon in ‘The Other Wife’

By NEIL RAMOS Lovi Poe said she accepted her role in “The Other Wife” deeming the whole vehicle “different,” “unique.” Same with Rhen Escaño, who actually believes it is something never done before. “Wala ako matandaan personally na ganitong kind of film, or at least yung treatment namin, shown locally,” she maintained. Joem Bascon, thought […].....»»

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Ando raising bar as Hidilyn’s heir apparent

By TITO S. TALAO TOKYO — Let it not be said that Cebuana Elreen Ando never lifted a finger to gain entry to the Olympic Games which starts on July 23, Friday. The 22-year-old did, raising enough iron to win the bronze medal in the 2020 World Weightlifting Championships in Rome. She then earned two […].....»»

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A father’s dream fulfilled for taekwondo’s Barbosa

By TITO S. TALAO TOKYO – Given his own way, taekwondo jin Kurt Bryan Barbosa of Bangued, Abra would probably be draining three-point shots today and then whooping, instead of delivering Olympic-qualifying double roundhouse kicks — and then, well, whooping. But then that was what his father, a stern-minded police officer in their town, wanted […].....»»

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PH athletes: Calm before the storm

By KRISTEL SATUMBAGA Filipino athletes in Tokyo are already feeling the Olympic vibe at the Games Village with only four days left before the grandest stage in sports officially opens. Weightlifter Hidilyn Diaz, who arrived from her training camp in Malaysia over the weekend, posted a photo of the PH team room balcony emblazoned with […].....»»

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Tempo 18 July 2021, Sunday issue

Tempo 18 July 2021, Sunday issue.....»»

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Gumabao, Valdez, Santiago sisters shine in PVL opener

By KRISTEL SATUMBAGA Creamline started its title campaign in the Premier Volleyball League Open Conference with a 25-18, 25-20, 25-27, 25-18 victory over the Sta Lucia Lady Realtors Saturday night at the PVC Socio-Cultural Civic Center in Bacarra, Ilocos Norte. The Cool Smashers once again drew strength from hard-hitting Michele Gumabao and Alyssa Valdez in […].....»»

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