Lakers’ Jordan Clarkson and Manila’s Kids

Lakers’ Jordan Clarkson and Manila’s Kids

Lakers starter reconnects with his grandma’s homeland.

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A Chess World Champ in the Making

A Chess World Champ in the Making

Chess so you know, the second youngest Top Ten chess player in the world is the Filipino phenom, Wesley So.

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Jason Day, Golf Superstar

Jason Day, Golf Superstar

The Aussie-Filipino golf phenomenon, Jason Day, wouldn’t be denied his first major title this time.

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Pacquiao vs. Mayweather Fight Predictions

Pacquiao vs. Mayweather Fight Predictions

Contributing authors Roilo Golez and Peter Bacho analyze the upcoming megafight between Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather, Jr.

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EXCLUSIVE: Jordan Clarkson, the Lakers’ Fil-Am Sniper

EXCLUSIVE: Jordan Clarkson, the Lakers’ Fil-Am Sniper

It’s tempting to call the Lakers’ Jordan Clarkson the Filipino Sniper for his perimeter shooting, but he’s better known for rocking the rim at close range.

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Remembering Flash Elorde

Remembering Flash Elorde

As a child the author met the late great boxing champ, Flash Elorde, who died 30 years ago this month. She will always remember his humility and generosity.

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‘Manny,’ a Champ With Feet of Clay

‘Manny,’ a Champ With Feet of Clay

Filmmaker Ryan Moore brings out the humanity of Manny Pacquiao in his documentary “Manny.”

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Before Elorde and Pacquiao, There Was Luis Logan

Before Elorde and Pacquiao, There Was Luis Logan

When boxing and perfumes mixed--the untold story of a most uncommon Filipino boxing champ, Luis Logan.

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Enter the Escrima: Bruce Lee and Filipino Martial Arts

Enter the Escrima: Bruce Lee and Filipino Martial Arts

Many don’t know that the great Bruce Lee picked up a few things from Filipino martial arts.

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Getting a Kick Out of Martial Arts

Getting a Kick Out of Martial Arts

From tai-chi to tuina, the world can’t get enough of eastern martial and healing arts.

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