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Olympic postponement a blessing for karate NSA

Richard Lim – Karate Pilipinas president – believes the postponement of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics is a blessing in disguise to their campaign. A former national team stalwart, Lim said moving the Summer Games to next year gave them enough time to improve for various qualifying tournaments. He said they would be fielding rising stars such as Junna Tsukii, Joanne …

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WHO, IOC unite for safe Olympics

The World Health Organization (WHO) said it will not be easy to make next year’s Tokyo Olympics a safe global gathering after the pandemic.

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Obiena’s financial support continues

Pole vaulter EJ Obiena will continue to be supported in his dream to clinch the country’s first Olympic gold in the Tokyo Summer Games next year.

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Del Rosario seeks to boost Philippine football

Anton del Rosario, a former Azkals standout, wants to improve the image of Philippine football through his AIA Philam 7s Football League.

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Bicycles as mode of transport for national athletes

Philippine Olympic Committee (POC) President Rep. Abraham “Bambol” Tolentino said they will lend out bicycles to national athletes who don’t have the means to travel to and from their training venues.

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World’s major football league resume play

Germany’s Bundesliga is the first of Europe’s major football leagues to return to play amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Bowling should be allowed during pandemic – Paeng

Bowling should be allowed to resume after quarantine protocols have been relaxed because bowling has virtually no physical contact and players have their own balls, according to Bowling Hall of Famer Paeng Nepomuceno.

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Golf courses outside Metro Manila reopen

Golf courses outside the National Capital Region (NCR) resumed operations May 16 to accommodate recreational golfers with the onset of new normal under general community quarantine (GCQ). Other courses are expected to follow soon.

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Official sees ‘real problems’ in holding Olympics in 2021

A senior Olympics official warned that holding the postponed Tokyo Games next year faces “real problems”, with even a vaccine unlikely to stave off the threat of the coronavirus.

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Tokyo Olympics followed by 3 mega-events—all in China

Uncertainty grips next year’s postponed Tokyo Olympics: Will there be fans or empty stadiums in 14 months? And how will thousands of athletes, staff, and technical officials travel, be housed, and stay safe amid COVID-19?

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