Cebu Sports Archive

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Retanal offerschess lessons

Cebuano National Master Elwin Retanal is offering tutorial chess classes to while away his time as action for top-rated chess players are scarce.


"I want to share my knowledge and expertise to my fellow Cebuanos, so I decided to offer tutorial lessons on chess," said Retanal, a former National Junior Chess champion, who also landed in the top 10 in the Asian Juniors in India.


Before earning his NM status, Retanal also snatched a silver medal in a prestigious event in Malta, Italy.

By Caecent O. No-ot July 19, 2005 - 12:00am
Aboitiz Cup meeting today

The Cebu Football Association and football coaches will meet 6 p.m. today at the Baseline Sports and Recreation Center to map out plans for the staging of the 9th Aboitiz Cup.


The tournament, which is slated tentatively to start either on August 27 or 28 will feature Under 6, 8, 10, 12, boys 14, 17, girls 17, men's open, women's open, and 35-and-above.


For the first time, the Aboitiz Cup will also include men's futsal which will also serve as a qualifying tournament to the National Futsal Championship in Laguna later or early next year.

By Sona Mae V. Povadora July 19, 2005 - 12:00am
Successful race

As I mentioned in an earlier column, The Freeman general manager Boy Mendoza and pretty marketing manager Tina Poblador, a Toni Gonzaga dead ringer (mas maganda lang si Tina) were apprehensive when I proposed a 10-kilometer race to mark The Freeman's 86th anniversary. I assured Boy and Tina that as long as I have the logistics, I could organize a race in a week's time. I even lost almost a week as I have to be in Manila to attend the Philippine Southeast Asian Games Organizing Committee (PHILSOC) meetings.

SPORTS EYE By SPORTS EYE By Raffy T. Uytiepo July 19, 2005 - 12:00am
Webmasters vs Wildcats in CESAFI hoop opening

The University of Cebu Webmasters and the Cebu Institute of Technology Wildcats will be the featured teams when the 2004 Cebu Schools Athletic Foundation, Incorporated (CESAFI) opens last Sunday of this month at the Cebu Coliseum.


The Webmaster and the Wild cats will take on each other in both the secondary and tertiary division games scheduled during the opening day of the fifth season of the premier athletic association here.

By Caecent O. No-ot July 19, 2005 - 12:00am
2005 Tour de France T-Mobile: cycling's NY Yankees

Lance Armstrong and his team this year may not be as dominant as the previous 6 editions but what Lance is showing us today is how calculating he can be. This '05 team is probably the weakest team since 1999 considering that two of his domestiques this year has future yellow jersey written all over their resume.

ALLEZ By ALLEZ By Jose Vicente "JV" Araneta July 19, 2005 - 12:00am
Alvin Garcia wins Senior Golfers' fellowship tourney

Former Cebu City Mayor Alvin Garcia scored a gross ten-over-par 82 strokes
to bag the overall title of the 3rd 2005 Senior Golfers' Fellowship Tournament played last Monday at the Cebu Country Club.


Garcia, who represented Club Filipino, led all of the winners of the 18-hole tournament organized by the Federation of Philippine Senior Golfers Inc.-Cebu Chapter.

July 18, 2005 - 12:00am
Smashing success!

I had the once in a lifetime chance to witness a world class event in Manila on July 12 to 14, 2005. It was the staging of the 1st MVP Cup at the Philsports Arena (formerly Ultra).


It was a dream come true for a baddict (badminton addict) such as myself to watch my idols in a world class match to win the MVP Cup plus a cash prize of US $50,000 for the winning team. The loser gets a US $30,000 consolation prize.


The tournament was a match-up between Team Asia and Team Europe.

DROP SHOT By DROP SHOT By Michael O. Yu July 18, 2005 - 12:00am
The FREEMAN 10-K run: Webmasters rule

Roland Montebon of University of Cebu (UC) scored his first major victory even as another UC stalwart Christy Sevilleno reaffirmed her dominance as Cebu's Queen of the Road in The Freeman's 86th Anniversary 10-kilometer run yesterday at the Cebu Business Park.


Montebon warded off the tough challenge posed by Joseph Penales of Bohol and Adonis Singson as the 19-year old a criminology student of UC picked up speed halfway in the race.

By Rafel S. Alas III and Caecent O. No-ot July 18, 2005 - 12:00am
Mr. Thirsty bodybuilding competition: Alimbullo wins title

Workout Fitness Center gym instructor Djong Alimbullo, who once thought of quitting from competitive bodybuilding...

By Caecent O. No-ot July 18, 2005 - 12:00am
Jaybop tops Lhuillier cycling

Top junior road racer Jaybop Pagnanawon ruled the 1st M. Lhuillier Cycling Circuit in Labangon yesterday.


Jaybop Pagnanawon, son of former Tour Pilipinas champion Rolando "Boy" Pagnanawon outsmarted another top junior cyclist Marjun Villarosa for the top post.


Greg Gabato, Jr. was third place while Albert Basirgo finished fourth.


Jovanni Delica, a rookie in the last Tour Pilipinas settled for fifth.


In class B, Gregorio Gabato Sr. is back in the spotlight to rule the event over Janno Canasa and Haylin Bardaje.

July 18, 2005 - 12:00am

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