Sandals RP, Couples sizzle in BH football

first_imgOCHO RIOS:Couples Tower Isle and Sandals Royal Plantation (RP) both scored big wins in the Sandals Resorts International-sponsored St Ann/St Mary Business House (BH) Football Competition on Tuesday at Drax Hall.Defending champions Couples Tower Isle blanked Beaches Ocho Rios 7-0, thanks to a hat-trick from in-form striker Mauracio Gordon and danger man Gregory Tate, who slammed in two goals.The match, however, was not as one-sided as the scoreline suggests, as Beaches had two glorious chances in the first four minutes of play, but failed to convert.However, after Gordon fired in the first goal, the floodgates opened, knocking the life out of the hotel men, for whom midfielder Raheem McIntosh looked a solid player, with speed and deft passing.In the feature match, Sandals Royal Plantation turned in a classy display in their opening match of the competition, defeating Jewels Dunn’s River 6-2.Sandals Royal Plantation’s captain, Sheldon Ashpole, was one of the star players in the game. His team also put on a clinical display of short passing and could be among the surprise packages in this year’s competition.Action continues today with two important matches. At 4 p.m., Jewels Runaway Bay clash with Police, while in the feature at 6 p.m., Sandals Ochi Beach Resort will be looking for their first win against a classy NERHA aggregation.Jewels will be led by skipper Dwayne Gopaulsingh, who has been one of the quality midfielders in the competition so far, while Sandals Ochi will be looking to top scorer Roy Ricketts, to open their winning account.Tomorrow, Sandals Royal Plantation and Beaches Ocho Rios will meet at 4 p.m. in a clash of the Sandals hotel family, while Margaritaville MoBay and NERHA are set for battle at 6 p.m.last_img read more

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2015: A year of sports scandals with a silver lining

first_imgPARIS (AP):For the past 12 months, scandals off the field of play eclipsed exploits on it. Beyond the usual cases of doping and cheating that are sadly common in modern sports, shocking corruption in football and athletics begged the question of whether the vast riches and accompanying greed generated by professional sports are rotting the entire multibillion-dollar industry to its core.On the upside, the stink got so bad that 2015 also saw the forces of law and order sit up and take action, opening criminal investigations, making high-profile arrests and recovering tens of millions of ill-gotten dollars. That legal pressure sped change, notably at football’s governing body FIFA, forcing administrators to abandon some of their old-school, shoddy, back room and amateur management practices, and enact reforms that should make them behave more professionally.”What we’re going through now, it’s like a tectonic shift,” says International Olympic Committee veteran Dick Pound. “Sports organisations are coming to realise – voluntarily or involuntarily – that they can no longer operate outside of the larger social and legal orders.””In the old days, sport was well outside of anything that governments had focused on,” Pound said in an Associated Press (AP) interview. “They were all private organisations and they were kind of run informally like clubs and so on, and have tried to pretend that they can do that even in 2015 – and they can’t.”Hope for brighter futureIn short, this was a year that left a sour taste for sports fans, but also offered some hope of a brighter future. It was bookended by “Deflategate,” which saw star NFL quarterback Tom Brady accused of throwing deliberately underinflated (and theoretically easier to grip) footballs in January’s AFC title game on his way to winning the Super Bowl, and by the disgrace of Sepp Blatter, kicked out of football in December forunethical conduct, ending his17 scandal-scarred years aspresident of FIFA.His heir-in-waiting, France’s former midfield star Michel Platini, also was banned for a dubious $2 million payment that Blatter approved for the FIFA vice-president in 2011. Their appeals of the eight-year bans that decapitated the leadership of the world’s most popular sport, as well as ongoing criminal probes in Switzerland and the United States of football bribery and corruption, promise to cloud FIFA’s ambitions for a fresh start with the election of a new president in February.In track and field, a cornerstone of the Olympic Games, a World Anti-Doping Agency-ordered investigation that Pound led concluded explosively in November that doping in Russia was not only widespread and deep-rooted, but also likely tacitly sanctioned by President Vladimir Putin’s government.A resulting blanket-ban from competition could see Russian track and field athletes miss the Rio de Janeiro Olympics unless the sporting powerhouse can convince the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) that it has made real changes. In March, the IAAF’s ethics commission also started investigating alleged doping cover-ups in distance-running power Kenya, which topped the world championships medal table in August.Those probes were just the beginning of a scandal that threatened to sink the IAAF in 2015, gravely undermining not only the federation, but trust in the entire sport it oversees. In November, three months after stepping down as IAAF chief, Lamine Diack was taken into police custody in France, suspected of pocketing more than US$1.1 million in an alleged scheme to blackmail athletes and hush up their doping cases.Diack, who presided at the IAAF for nearly 16 years, is under formal investigation for corruption and money laundering. If proven by France’s investigating magistrates, the allegations could be even graver than football’s massive scandal. The US Department of Justice’s sprawling football case alleges more than $200 million in bribes and kickbacks in the selling of media and marketing rights. Although grievous, the schemes seemingly didn’t affect the outcome of matches. The alleged wrongdoing at the IAAF, however, raised the possibility that on-track results were corrupted by off-track criminality, and that dopers may have robbed competitors of medals by paying the sport’s guardians to look the other way. Contacted repeatedly by the AP, Diack’s lawyer has refused to comment.Nike scandalTasked with cleaning up the mess is British former middle-distance running great Sebastian Coe, elected in August as Diack’s successor. But just months into his new job, the credibility of the chief organiser of the 2012 London Olympics suffered a blow when the BBC uncovered in November that Coe had spoken privately to an executive at Nike, his long-time personal sponsor, about hosting the 2021 world championships in Eugene. The Oregon city about 100 miles south of the sportswear giant’s headquarters outside Portland was subsequently and controversially awarded the competition without an open bidding process.Coe denied that working for both the IAAF and Nike represented a conflict of interest and severed his ambassadorial role with the company. But the affair left doubts about Coe’s judgement and, more broadly, fed into a dominant theme of 2015, which was that sports administrators often appeared chronically out of touch with a shift in the public mood against their clubby ways, and in worst cases, their criminal habits.”It simply won’t work in this day and age,” Pound said. “You have to be more transparent, which doesn’t mean that you run around buck naked, but people have got to understand how a decision was reached, and by whom, and for what reasons, and that sort of thing that never used to happen. There was a code of silence.””Sport has got to change …,” he added, “or it’s going to be changed.”last_img read more

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Woodleigh fires off pistol season with Winterfest

first_imgWoodleigh Shooting Range, May Pen, Clarendon, fires off the 2016 pistol-shooting season with a challenging seven-stage 140-round match tomorrow, Woodleigh Winterfest. Top local shooters will be using the match as a warm-up for March’s highly anticipated Jamaica Invitational Pistol Tournament at the Jamaica Rifle Association, Mountain View, St Andrew, at which six-time world champion Eric Grauffel will be back to defend his crown. Woodleigh Winterfest match director Harry Chin Hing told The Gleaner Winterfest will be a stern test for even the top shooters. “This match will consist of many penalty targets and small steel plates, which will force many shooters to slow down and pick their shots carefully,” said Chin Hing. The seven stages comprise 59 paper targets, seven steel poppers and 17 eight-inch steel plates. Some targets will feature swingers, flip-up and falling mechanisms, making it that much more interesting. Shooters returning from the Florida Open in Frostproof will be in action at Winterfest, including Andrew (Andy) Yapp, who placed a credible ninth overall of 112 competitors in the limited division, securing third place in Master Class. Others to watch are Orville ‘Reds’ Henriques and Ron Brown Jnr, who were fifth and sixth, respectively. The popular production division will no doubt be contested heavily with consistent Tony ‘TJ’ Johnson and Ryan Bramwell gunning it out for top honours along with Chris Nunez, Darin Richards and Paul Shoucair in the mix. Open division has once again been affected by a shortage of ammo and will not see many of the usual competitors battling in the rapid-fire category.last_img read more

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Perfect Neighbour for Governor General’s Stakes

first_img HERCULEAN EFFORT The annual renewal of the mile and quarter Governor General’s Stakes grade one race is the principal feature at Caymanas Park today and this should provide the country’s top stayer, PERFECT NEIGHBOUR, with his third consecutive lien on this trophy. The 2013 derby and St Leger winner from the stables of champion trainer Wayne DaCosta reverts to his pet distance after failing to impress behind BUZZ NIGHTMARE in the recent None Such Sprint, this after missing the break. But he is truly focused for this Superstakes prep, with leading jockey Omar Walker aboard and looks the right choice. Having worked well in preparation for this race, galloping six furlongs in 1:14.0 at exercise recently, PERFECT NEIGHBOUR is the most accomplished in the six-horse field and although set to give 6.0kg to the 2015 St Leger winner SUPERLUMINAL, his proven class should see him through. Also on the 11-race programme is the inaugural running of the 3-y-o and up overnight allowance race over a mile for the Errol ‘Big Sub’ Trophy, in memory of the late trainer who died last year. It would be fitting to see BLUE DIXIE coming out on top in the eight-horse field, seeing that he is trained by the son of Errol Subratie, Gary Subratie. But is would take a Herculean effort from BLUE DIXIE to win this race, given the presence of the classy 3-y-o filly, PINELOPE and two-time ‘Horse of the Year’, TYPEWRITER, who races for the first time since Boxing Day of last year, but will report well trained. Despite this, it could be asking too much of TYPEWRITER to snap the winning streak of a race-fit PINELOPE, who steps up in class with a mere 49.0kg and apprentice Dane Dawkins again riding for trainer Patrick Fong. Following her near track-record run over 1700 metres recently, PINELOPE, who now bids for the hat-trick, is definitely going places, hence it will take a brave punter to oppose her in present frame of mind. Other firm fancies on the cad are VALLEY OF QUEENS to win the third race over 1200 metres, COPPERFIELD in the fourth, JUNIOR DON in the sixth, PRINCE KAMALI in the eighth and JDA in the ninth.last_img read more

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ICC hails Brathwaite’s T20 World Cup knock

first_imgDUBAI, UAE, (CMC):Carlos Brathwaite was voted winner of the ICC Twenty20 Performance of the Year for 2016 for his magical innings that won West Indies the T20 World Cup in India earlier this year.The West Indies Twenty20 captain copped the prize for his memorable batting in the final over of the final against arch-rivals England last April when the ICC, the sport’s world governing body, announced its annual awards yesterday.With West Indies needing 19 off the final over, the strongly built all-rounder hit four consecutive sixes off Ben Stokes at Eden Gardens in Kolkata in one of the greatest finishes in sporting history, immediately catapulting him into stardom.”I’m delighted, really thrilled to win an international award,” said Brathwaite. “As I said back then, it was now or never and I just went for it.MEMORABLE NIGHT”I always dreamt of hitting the final ball of a game for six to win it. Never in my wildest dreams could I imagine hitting four consecutive sixes to win the T20 World Cup final for the West Indies.”Brathwaite added: “It was a memorable night for me, for the team, for West Indies cricket and for all our fans across the world. It sealed a great day, as the women won the title earlier in the year, and a great period, as the Under-19s won the World Cup a few weeks earlier.”I graciously accept this award. I want to thank God, and I also want to say a huge thanks to my family. Special mentions go to Marlon Samuels for a fantastic knock in the final that got us to the position where we were, and all my teammates who supported me all the way.”The performance earned West Indies their second ICC World T20 title – the first team to win the trophy twice. The first victory came against Sri Lanka at the Premadasa Stadium in Colombo back in October 2012.The ICC also announced that all-rounder Ravichandran Ashwin became the third India player and 12th overall to win the prestigious Garfield Sobers Trophy after being named as the ICC Cricketer of the Year for 2016.last_img read more

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Epic! – Federer beats Nadal in classic Aussie final

first_imgMELBOURNE, Australia (AP): So here was Roger Federer, down a break in the fifth set in a Grand Slam final. Across the net was his nemesis, Rafael Nadal, the left-handed Spaniard he hadn’t been able to beat in a major final in almost a decade. The 35-year-old father of four was back in his first tour-level tournament after six months off letting his injured left knee recover, and he hadn’t won any of the big four events in tennis since Wimbledon 2012. Nadal was returning from injury, too, and somehow the pair had renewed the Roger-Rafa rivalry in a throwback Australian Open final that transcended sport. At that moment, an 18th Grand Slam title didn’t feature in Federer’s thinking. Don’t play the player, he reminded himself, just play the ball. Attack the serve. With that, Federer recovered the break, and seized momentum in a roll of winning 10 consecutive points that helped propel him to a 6-4, 3-6, 6-1, 3-6, 6-3 win yesterday. His fifth Australian title extended his buffer to four atop the list of all-time Grand Slam champions. Nadal remained tied with Pete Sampras in second place with 14. “For me, it’s all about the comeback, about an epic match with Rafa again,” Federer said, ” … that I can still do it at my age after not having won a slam for almost five years. “That’s what I see. The last problem is the slam count – honestly, it doesn’t matter.” Federer had lost six of the previous eight Grand Slam finals he’d played against Nadal and was 11-23 in their career meetings. His last win over Nadal in a major final was at Wimbledon in 2007. “It remains for me the ultimate challenge to play against him,” Federer said. “It’s super sweet, because I haven’t beaten him a Grand Slam final for a long time now. “This one means a lot to me because he’s caused me problems over the years.” By winning in Melbourne, where he first played in 2000 and where he kicked off his long reign at No. 1 with the title in 2004, he became the oldest man since Ken Rosewall in 1972 to win a slam. After four sets of a final where the momentum alternately swung, the fifth had all the tension and drama that these two players are famous for. “Congratulation to Roger … Just amazing, the way he’s playing after such a long time of him not being on the tour,” Nadal said. “For sure, you have been working a lot to make that happen.” “I fight a lot these two weeks,” he added. “Today, a great match, probably Roger deserved it a little bit more than me.” ULTIMATE CHALLENGElast_img read more

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Estwick urges huge effort from Windies on key third day

first_imgBRIDGETOWN, Barbados, (CMC): Bowling coach Roddy Estwick has called on West Indies to produce a massive fielding effort on Tuesday’s third day to prevent the second Test and the three-match series against Pakistan from slipping away. West Indies were ragged on the second day here Monday, losing their last four wickets for 26 runs to be all out for 312 in their first innings and then letting off opener Ahmed Shehzad three times as Pakistan reached 172 for three at the close at Kensington Oval. “We’ve got to regroup. We didn’t have the best session between lunch and tea. We were a bit better bowling 30 overs for 60-odd runs after tea and getting three wickets which was a decent performance but we were very scrappy between lunch and tea,” Estwick told media following the day’s play. “We will sit down in the morning and we’ll have a discussion and we’ve got to correct it and we’ve got to correct it quickly. We can’t allow Pakistan to get a lead because once Pakistan get a lead going into day three or four, it’s going to be very, very difficult so we’ve got to work really hard. “Also, we’ve got to learn, put it behind us and try and make sure we have a better day.” Shehzad was given a life on three when Vishal Singh grassed a catch at mid-on off fast bowler Shannon Gabriel with the score on five, in the third over of the Pakistan innings in the morning session. He gained another reprieve on 21 when he was adjudged lbw to Gabriel off a no-ball and was let off yet again on 32, this time stumped off an illegal delivery from off-spinner Roston Chase. Shehzad went on to make 70 in a 155-run opening stand with Azhar Ali who ended the day unbeaten on 81. “I think we were very sloppy between lunch and tea and that’s an area we’ve got to improve,” Estwick lamented. “We dropped one or two catches, we got wickets out with a no-ball. That’s a focus we’ve got to try and improve on because you can’t afford on a pitch like this – an unresponsive pitch to our seam bowlers – to make the kind of mistakes that we did between lunch and tea. “We came back nicely between tea and close of play but before tea it was very disheartening to see the performance.” Leg-spinner Devendra Bishoo accounted for Shehzad and veteran Younis Khan (0) to end with two for 53 while Gabriel took a return catch of a leading edge to account for Babar Azam without scoring, as Pakistan lost three wickets for six runs on the space of 23 balls in the final session. But Estwick said every bowler needed to step up on Tuesday if West Indies were to prevent Pakistan taking a stranglehold on the game. “All of the bowlers have got to come to the party, all the team have got to come to the party,” he urged. “We’ve got to be prepared to work hard because as I said, it’s an unresponsive pitch for the pace bowlers but we’ve got to work hard, we’ve got to make sure we stay disciplined, the fielding has to be energised. “It has to be a whole team effort tomorrow, a really big team effort [in order] not to let Pakistan get away from us.”last_img read more

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Meneses hopes to see Teodoro involve his teammates more

first_imgTeen gunned down in Masbate “I told him that he should be able to play and adapt on what’s beneficial for the team. He should play with a goal that he wants to involve his teammates,” the mentor said in Filipino.Meneses went as far as wishing Teodoro to emulate a former NCAA rival in Jio Jalalon.  “He should be like Jalalon who is a facilitator and who makes his teammates better.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSEnd of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legendSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’ Napa disappointed with Knights’ lack of ‘team effort’ For the complete collegiate sports coverage including scores, schedules and stories, visit Inquirer Varsity. Teodoro has been averaging 13.2 points on a 30.4-percent from three, on top of 3.2 rebounds and 1.8 assists this season. Marcosian mode: Duterte threatens to arrest water execs ‘one night’ Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks PLAY LIST 01:40Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks01:32Taal Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. MOST READ Things didn’t get better on Friday in the Heavy Bombers’ 81-53 rout of St. Benilde, with the prized gunslinger mustering 13 points on a 3-of-5 sniping but failing to dish any dimes in the win.Luckily, Meneses was able to draw valuable contributions from the likes of Ervin Grospe, Jed Mendoza, MJ Dela Virgen, and Gio Lasquety.“I gave the others chance and good things happened for the team,” he said after JRU racked its first winning streak of the season and improved to 4-3. “You can see the talent of Grospe and Mendoza. So it’s a challenge for Tey to make his teammates better.”With two more games before the end of the first round, the PBA legend is just being patient as he hopes to turn Teodoro to the playmaker role he’s envisioning him to be for the benefit of the squad.“I’m here to guide him. That’s the job of a coach. Whatever the player’s weaknesses are, I have to tell it to him and help him improve on that. That’s my role,” said Meneses.ADVERTISEMENT 2 nabbed in Bicol drug stings Albay to send off disaster response team to Batangas 787 earthquakes recorded in 24 hours due to restive Taal Volcano Ai-Ai delas Alas on Jiro Manio: ‘Sana pinahalagahan niya ang naitulong ko’ End of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legend View comments Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Photo by Tristan Tamayo/ INQUIRER.netIs it time for Tey Teodoro to embrace more of a playmaking role rather than just be Jose Rizal U’s go-to scorer?If coach Vergel Meneses would have his way, he’d love to see that shift , especially with how the the fourth-year gunner has struggled this NCAA Season 93.ADVERTISEMENT LATEST STORIES 787 earthquakes recorded in 24 hours due to restive Taal Volcano Vilma Santos, Luis Manzano warn public of fake account posing as herlast_img read more

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Orquina shakes off flu, sizzles en route to Three-Point crown

first_imgAlso joining in the contest were San Sebastian’s RK Ilagan, EAC’s Sidney Onwubere, Letran’s Jerrick Balanza, Lyceum’s Spencer Pretta, JRU’s Karl Bordon, Arellano’s Brylle Meca, and St. Benilde’s Matt Johnson. Federer edges Youzhny in 5 sets at US Open; Nadal needs 4 Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Bishop Baylon encourages faithful in Albay to help Taal evacuees MOST READ Britain’s Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to give up royal titles Britain’s Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to give up royal titles Marcosian mode: Duterte threatens to arrest water execs ‘one night’ Hotdog’s Dennis Garcia dies Search on for 5 Indonesians snatched anew in Lahad Datucenter_img Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netAlmel Orquina shrugged off flu and came out of nowhere to win the Three-Point Shootout Friday in the 2017 NCAA All-Star at Filoil Flying V Centre in San Juan.The Mapua sophomore shot 15 points in the final round, with the title-clinching basket coming from the moneyball of the fourth rack to fend off Perpetual’s Jack Hao, who had 10 points, in the championship round.ADVERTISEMENT SEA Games 2019: PH’s Josie Gabuco boxing light flyweight semi final (HIGHLIGHTS) PLAY LIST 02:51SEA Games 2019: PH’s Josie Gabuco boxing light flyweight semi final (HIGHLIGHTS)07:01In front of hometown crowd, Carlos Yulo captures SEA Games gold00:50Trending Articles01:40Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks01:32Taal Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite LATEST STORIES “I didn’t really expect this. I still feel weak, but I was able to recover,” shared Orquina. “In my mind, I just wanted to enjoy this because this is my first time.”The sniper said that wins like these are big for the cellar-dweling Cardinals as they look for a silverlining in preparation for the second round.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSEnd of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legendSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’“For me, this is really important. We’re already playing bad, so at least, awards like these allows us to redeem ourselves a bit,” he said.Orquina dethroned defending champion AC Soberano of San Beda, who only had 14 in the first round. Police seize P68-M worth of ‘shabu’ in Pasay For the complete collegiate sports coverage including scores, schedules and stories, visit Inquirer Varsity. OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson National Historical team rescues Amorsolos, artifacts from Taal View commentslast_img read more

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With better conditioning, Gonzales out to ‘make country proud’ this time

first_imgThough only given three weeks to prepare for the Indonesia card, Gonzales (1-2) thinks that he’s better equipped to contend this time out and beat Liu (2-2) in his first fight in the flyweight division.“We only had three weeks to prepare for this, but I’m preparing for a fight long before. Though there’s a bit of shock, I think I already got the hang of being a professional fighter,” he said.Gonzales is also unfazed of the caliber of his opponent, noting that Liu may be a Mongolian wrestling champion but “we’re eating the same thing, so I think I have a chance against him.”Hoping to make some noise in the flyweight division, Gonzales only has one goal in his mind when he enters the cage on Saturday.“This time, I will make my country proud,” he said.ADVERTISEMENT A costly, catty dispute finally settled It’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacson LATEST STORIES Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Hitman MMA’s Ramon Gonzales. Photo by Randolph B. Leongson/INQUIRER.netJAKARTA — Conditioning has always been the bane of Ramon Gonzales’ career.The 5-foot-5 Bicolano acknowledges where he lacked in his last two battles, both of which ended in defeats, where he could barely make it past the second round.ADVERTISEMENT View comments Winning start Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next End of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legend “I was always out of air in those last two fights,” he shared.But Gonzales believes that he has already turned the corner, doubling down on his strength and conditioningwith Hitman MMA coaches Gerome Bote and Burn Soriano.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’SPORTSFederer blasts lack of communication on Australian Open smog“Almost everyday, we train. Sometimes we do it two times a day. So we really prepared for that,” he said.Gonzales’ preparation will be put to the test as he is squares off against Liu De Li Ge Ri Hu of Mongolia at ONE: Total Victory at Jakarta Convention Center here. Learning about the ‘Ring of Fire’ A costly, catty dispute finally settled Break new ground Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award MOST READ OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson Raring to end skid, Doliguez vows ‘different’ fighter will show up vs Brazilian foe End of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legendlast_img read more

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