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History within reach for Ceres

By Jonas Terrado Game Tuesday (Tianjin, China) 3:30 p.m. – Tianjin vs Ceres Ceres-Negros edged closer towards making history after advancing to the final stage…

AJ Lim returns a shot to David Susanto in the first singles match of the Philippines-Indonesia Davis Cup tie yesterday. Lim lost to Susanto, 3-6, 2-6, 6-2, 6-1, 1-1(ret.) (Ali Vicoy)

AJ Lim off to long training

For the next four months, tennis star AJ Lim will have a loaded schedule as he starts his buildup for a possible stint in the…

Beijing, which hosted the Olympics in 2008, will become the first city ever to hold both the summer and winter Games as the country looks to burnish its sporting prestige. (AFP / FRED DUFOUR / MANILA BULLETIN)

Beijing unveils Winter Olympics emblems with fanfare

By Agence France-Presse China unveiled emblems for the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics and Paralympics inspired by Chinese calligraphy on Friday, in a star-studded ceremony featuring songs…

Andray Blatche is all smiles upon his arrival Saturday, as with Philippine team manager Butch Antonio, left, in this Instagram photo. (Butch Antonio | Manila Bulletin)

Definitely it’s better late than never

By Jonas Terrado Gilas Pilipinas heaved a sigh of relief yesterday after naturalized player Andray Blatche arrived from China in time for Friday's match with…