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Wushu ends team PHL’s drought in Asian Games

INCHEON, South Korea—As China started to pull away in the gold-medal race, wushu artists Francisco Sol and Jean Claude Saclag pulled off quarterfinals victories in men’s sanda to provide a glimmer of hope for a Philippine delegation that has lagged behind its Southeast Asian neighbors in the 17th Asian Games on Monday.

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Gilas 5 begins journey

INCHEON, South Korea—The Gilas Pilipinas program reaches its highlight on Tuesday afternoon when a crew composed mostly of World Cup veterans plunge into action against a team from India that looks to pull off surprises in the 17th Asian Games.

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Blu Girls ready for big battle

INCHEON, South Korea—Ranged against countries that take softball seriously—almost close to how Filipinos fanatically embrace basketball—the Philippine women’s softball team, popularly known as Blu Girls, could only modestly set its goal on a bronze medal in the 17th Asian Games.

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Draw least of concern of Pinoy boxers

INCHEON, South Korea—The draw for the boxing competitions is scheduled on Tuesday but that hardly worries the Philippine Team coaching staff.

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