Nacho: “If I have to bet on someone it is for the Mr.”

first_imgDecisive: “I am happy for the goal because all three points are important for the team, which wants to win the League.” League. We have suffered in the field of Valencia. Everything is possible there. Mestalla is a complicated field. We have to think about ourselves and not look at the other teams. If we focus on what we have to do, we do things very well.Barça. A season is very long and there are always ups and downs. We are very well now. In fields like these you leave the Leagues and we have won.Hazard He is recovering, but he hasn’t played since late November. You can’t wait for a week to have minutes. He hasn’t trained with the team yet. We have to be realists. We are waiting for you to help the team again.Champion team. We aspire to win the League, but we cannot think that in January we will be champions. Next week we play Atlético and they will come for everyone, even if they don’t come with a good run. I know Cholo and they will come strong.Criticisms of Simeone. In the end football does not stop. Although you have done many good things in the past, it is the present that counts. If they had won us on penalties maybe they would be at their best. They will come on Saturday to die at the Bernabéu.Kobe Bryant It is very sad because his daughter was also in the helicopter. It’s a shame because I’m an NBA fan and I grew up with him. Your winning mentality and working hard is what has left us as a legacy. Embrace with Zidane: “It was because it was a play that I was not going to climb, although I had climbed in almost all of them. In that one I was going to stay, the coach told me to go to the first suit and coincidences of life and destiny that the ball gave me it falls to me … “Less prominence: “At the level of minutes it is true that I am having a little less than the previous years. If I have to bet on someone it is for the coach. I have his confidence, which is the most important thing for me. I had a two month injury that was not easy, now I am 100% and available to the master for when he needs me. When things are going well or when things are going badly, this team is dead to the coach and is the key to the successes of these years. “Courtois: “I know Cholo and they will come strong”last_img read more

Get over the hangover

first_imgJiro Manio arrested for stabbing man in Marikina Ceres sharpens teeth with new signings Scottie Thompson also worthy of Finals MVP, thinks Cone Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. View comments It was traditional Ginebra style—come-from-behind, never-say-die.But Cone, the genius that he is, sees it otherwise.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crownSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folk“I am very disturbed by that,” Cone said even after the Kings booked a second straight win to share the early PBA Philippine Cup lead. “Knowing from experience, you don’t get away with that in the long haul. We were better off losing that game.”GlobalPort, after all, played without leading scorer Terrence Romeo, and Cone used a good chunk of the interview to praise counterpart Pido Jarencio for doing a good job in preparing the Batang Pier. Redemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie Thompson Brian Heruela arrival bolsters Phoenix backcourt, defense Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award LATEST STORIES OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ’a duplicitous move’ – Lacson With a healthy and young nucleus, Ginebra is listed as a solid threat to deny sister team San Miguel Beer a fourth straight championship here, and Cone wants his boys pushing the pedal down to the metal every minute of every game.“We need to be fired up right from the start,” he said as Ginebra shoots for a third straight victory against an Elite crew that will come into the contest with renewed confidence after a victory over Rain or Shine.There’s no doubt that Blackwater can pull off a surprise if Cone doesn’t get his Kings to play hard the whole 48 minutes, with the Elite seemingly stronger on paper compared to a Romeo-less GlobalPort team.Meanwhile, the Batang Pier, still expected to be without Romeo, and the Elasto Painters try to bounce back at each other’s expense in the 4:30 p.m. curtain raiser.Romeo, the Gilas Pilipinas mainstay, has been out for more than two months because of a knee injury.There has been no return date yet pegged for the flashy scorer, who was also reported to have asked management to be traded.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next “Pido had his team ready to go,” said the winningest coach of all time. “We kind of stole this one and I am not happy with the way we played. This is not a game we can be proud of.”Point guard LA Tenorio understands where Cone is coming from, and bared the entire team got a dressing down in the postgame.“He wants us to learn our lessons, and that we cannot use ‘championship hangover’ as an excuse,” Tenorio told the Inquirer over the phone. “Coach knows what he’s talking about and we all believed him when we viewed the game the following day with him.“We were all guilty of being lazy in that game,” Tenorio said with a slight laugh. “It was all on tape and Tim showed it to all of us.”Cone wants his boys to be sharp right from the get-go, and at 7 p.m. Friday, it would be interesting to see how the Kings respond to that when they clash with dangerous Blackwater at Mall of Asia Arena in Pasay.ADVERTISEMENT MOST READ OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ’a duplicitous move’ – Lacson Steam emission over Taal’s main crater ‘steady’ for past 24 hours Meralco ‘never the same’ after Almazan injury in PBA Finals Ginebra coach Tim Cone. Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netThere was genuine concern in Tim Cone’s voice when he said that they were better off losing a game his Barangay Ginebra Gin Kings flip-flopped in five nights ago.The loyal throng who saw that game would have surely marveled at how the Kings rallied in the closing minutes against GlobalPort before pulling out a 104-97 win.ADVERTISEMENTlast_img read more

Man City transfer report: Pep Guardiola targets £39m deal for French starlet

first_img1 Aymeric Laporte Manchester City are set to trigger the release clause of Athletic Bilbao defender Aymeric Laporte, according to reports in Spain.City have struggled defensively this season and one of Pep Guardiola’s first tasks when he takes over in July will be to find a new centre-back partner for Vincent Kompany.Marca claims Bilbao are desperate to keep hold of the Frenchman, but he will be free to leave if City meet his £39m buyout fee.City officials have reportedly been in Spain recently to begin negotiations with Bilbao and the player’s representatives and are confident of tying up a deal before the season ends.Laporte, the France Under-21 captain, has made 149 appearances for the Basque club and has played a key role in their run to the Europa League quarter-finals this season.last_img read more


first_imgCllr Gary DohertyDonegal County Councillor Gary Doherty has slammed the Government over its failure to extend the LEAP Card scheme to journeys made using public transport in Donegal.The Leap Card was first introduced in 2011 and is a smartcard scheme which enables users to pay for trips using public transport while also allowing holders to avail of much cheaper fares for journeys compared with traditional standard cash ticket prices.But Councillor Doherty said “Since then the scheme has been expanded and now includes several locations across the state such as the Greater Dublin Area, Galway, Cork, Limerick and Waterford and this means that commuters there can now receive up to 20% cheaper fares thanks to the expansion of the scheme on public transport routes.” “To highlight the benefit of broadening the scheme out to include additional regions such as Donegal, I asked my party colleague Deputy Pearse Doherty to raise the Leap Card Scheme with the Minister in which he was asked if the scheme may be used for journeys made to destinations within Donegal, as well as on routes to and from the county.”“However, in a reply issued by the National Transport Authority, the body has stated that Donegal is not part of the Leap Card Scheme, nor are there any plans to extend the scheme to the county. Therefore commuters here cannot avail of these cheaper fares which are available in other counties in the south when purchasing tickets for journeys on Bus Éireann and on other public transport operators.”“This is simply ridiculous and once again shows the complete lack of regard which this Government has for the people of this county. Not only have we no rail link, and extremely limited options when it comes to public transport, but we are now forced to pay more than others when making journeys on the very few transport options which we do have. This is just another example of this county being left behind and ignored by Fine Gael and Labour.”DONEGAL IGNORED AS PART OF LEAP TRAVEL SCHEME – DOHERTY was last modified: November 25th, 2015 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:CLLR GARY DOHERTYLEAPtravel cardslast_img read more

Investigations continue after man stabbed at premises

first_imgGARDAÍ are investigating an alleged stabbing incident in St Johnston.Gardaí were called to the scene of an incident in the early hours of Friday morning.A man was hospitalised following the attack at a premises on the village’s Main Street. The injured party was subsequently released from hospital last night.Members of the Garda forensic team were at the scene on Friday morning.It is not known at this stage of any arrests have been made or if anybody is to be charged with the assault.Investigations continue after man stabbed at premises was last modified: September 30th, 2019 by Chris McNultyShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:GardaiSt Johnstonstabbinglast_img read more

SA sports heroes honoured

first_img8 December 2003When President Thabo Mbeki handed out the newly conceived Order of Ikhamanga – South Africa’s highest honour for achievement in the creative and performing arts and sport – in Pretoria last week, 11 South African sportsmen and women were honoured for a range of achievements under a variety of circumstances.Two orders in the bronze class were awarded, seven in the silver class, and two in the gold class – to South Africa’s sportsman of the twentieth century, golf legend Gary Player, and to 1950s soccer superstar Steve “Kalamazoo” Mokone.Gary PlayerPlayer was a shoo-in for gold. A nine-time major victor, as well as the winner of 163 tournaments all around the world – 63 more than the great Jack Nicklaus – South Africa’s sportsman of the twentieth century has been a fine role model for all South Africans throughout his storied career.Player has also proved himself a champion away from the golf courses of the world by championing the causes of those who have not enjoyed the opportunities he has been afforded in life.Player is in golf’s Hall of Fame, and apart from his amazing career will also be remembered for a saying that has become one of the most famous in the sport: “The more I practice, the luckier I get.”Steve ‘Kalamazoo’ MokoneRated by many as South Africa’s finest footballer ever, Steve “Kalamazoo” Mokone made his name overseas in the late 1950s and early 1960s, playing most of his soccer for Heracles in the Netherlands, and for Torino in Italy.His incredible skills, learnt as a youngster juggling a tennis ball, earned him widespread praise in Europe, with one Italian journalist writing: “If Pele of Brazil is the Rolls-Royce of soccer players, Stanley Matthews of England the Mercedes-Benz and Alfredo di Stefano of Argentina and Spain the Cadillac of soccer players, then Kala of South Africa, lithe and lean, is surely the Maserati.”During his time in Europe he helped Heracles to win the Dutch League and he was also very successful with Torino, where on debut he scored all five goals in a five-two win over Verona.Hestrie CloeteTwo-time world high jump champion Hestrie Cloete became a member of the order in the silver class.Her performances in 2003 were phenomenal, and included the world title in Paris and an astonishing nine clearances of two metres or higher. Those jumps included a career-best 2.06m to win the world title, equalling the third best height of all time. She also won the IAAF Grand Prix for women, awarded to the top athlete on the circuit.Basil D’OlivieraBasil D’Oliviera was another recipient in the silver class. Affectionately known as “Dolly”, he was forced to go abroad to follow a sporting career. It was at the relatively advanced age of 34 that he made his Test debut for England. Yet he managed to become one of England’s most consistent performers for the next seven years, finally retiring at the age of 41.It was the “D’Olivieira affair” – when England’s tour of South Africa in 1968/69 was called off because then South African Prime Minister JB Vorster declared the England team “the team of the anti-apartheid movement” – that led to South Africa’s suspension from international cricket. It was the first solid step towards normalising the sport in the country.Penny HeynsSwimmer Penny Heyns also picked up a silver award. She made it big in 1996 at the Atlanta Olympic Games, when she won South Africa’s first gold medals since the country’s readmission to the Games after a ban that lasted 32 years. Heyns captured gold in both the 100 and 200 metres backstroke and went on to dominate her specialist events for a number of years.Her 100 metres winning time in Atlanta was a world record, while her 200 time was an Olympic record.Heyns also had a purple patch in mid-1999 that captured headlines all over the world. She seemed to break a world record every time she took to the water and when he career was over she had set 14 world records, eight of them coming in that amazing span in 1999.Heyns was not only a star in the pool; her religious manner and gracious ways captured the hearts of the nation.Stars under apartheidAmong the sports men and women to receive the Order of Ikhamanga were some of the pioneers of non-racial sport in South Africa. Beside Mokone and D’Oliviera, these were boxer Jacob Ntuli (silver), cricket and rugby player Eric Majola (silver), middle distance athlete Sydney Maree (silver), and cricket and rugby player Goolam Abed (bronze).Jacob Ntuli was the first black South African boxer to receive world acclaim – at a time when black boxers were severely restricted in South Africa. He became the first black South African to win an Empire championship (the forerunner to the Commonwealth title) in 1952, effectively making him one of the best two or three flyweights of his time, an achievement confirmed when the influential Ring Magazine named him the top flyweight in the game.Eric Majola excelled in cricket and rugby, making his name in the Eastern Province in the early 1950s. He represented the national African team in both sports, but because of South Africa’s apartheid policy at that time was never afforded the chance to shine on the world stage.Athlete Sydney Maree made his mark overseas. However, before he left South Africa’s shores, he recorded a sub-four minute mile as a schoolboy, in a time second only to Jim Ryan’s all-time schoolboy mark of 3:56. Then, while in the United States, he became one of the world’s dominant middle distance athletes.Maree set a world record in the 1 500 metres, going on to break the 3:30 barrier in the event with a time of 3:29.77. In 1984 he was chosen to represent the USA in the Los Angeles Olympics, but an injury just two weeks before the Games kept him out of action. In 1991 Maree became the first black athlete to be named South Africa’s athlete of the year.Goolam Abed, who excelled in both rugby and cricket, found himself on the outside looking in because he was a man of colour in apartheid South Africa. He represented the South African “Coloureds” team in both rugby and cricket, and went on to play rugby league with Bradford Northerns in the United Kingdom. He was also a professional cricketer with Rochdale.The final silver award winner was wheelchair athlete Zanele Situ, who made her mark in the Sydney Paralympics in 2000 when she won the javelin with a world record throw, and also captured the silver in discus, so becoming the first black South African female athlete to win gold at the Paralympics.The Boksburg BomberHeavyweight boxer Gerrie Coetzee became a member of the order in the bronze class. Known as “the Boksburg Bomber”, Coetzee enjoyed a 15-year professional career during which he won the WBA heavyweight title – at a time when there were only two organisations that decided on world champions, unlike today’s alphabet soup of organisations.Coetzee was unbeaten in 22 career fights, including a first-round demolition of Leon Spinks, when he met “Big” John Tate for the WBA world title in 1978. He lost for the first time over 15 rounds. In 1980 the WBA gave Coetzee a shot at Mike Weaver, but this time he went down in 13 to the American.Then, in September 1983, he won another shot at the WBA crown, against Michael Dokes, at that time expected to be a top-class champion. Coetzee turned in an inspired performance, knocking Dokes out in the 10th round.Unfortunately for Coetzee, he lost next time out against Greg Page at Sun City, and was never again given the opportunity to challenge for the world title.Handing out the awards, Mbeki said that the 11 sportsmen and women had all contributed “to the pride we as a nation feel in our achievements that celebrate our inner African and human soul”. Their achievements, Mbeki said, were representative of the country’s “wealth of human imagination and talent” reporter Want to use this article in your publication or on your website?See: Using SAinfo materiallast_img read more

Painting The Legends

first_imgEvery now and then you come across a book that is a must have and our own Contributing Editor and America’s Bureau Chief Mike Machat has produce just such a gem.Mike is a world renowned aviation artist and historian who worked for McDonnell Douglas through the 70s and 80s and later was commissioned by Airbus for a number of paintings.He also served as a senior, flight-rated member of the Air Force Art Program, contributing 21 original paintings to the national collection. He has four paintings in the National Air and Space Museum, eight paintings in the Pentagon, and is the only artist to win the coveted Combs Gates History Award from the National Aviation Hall of Fame.As an aviator, Mike has flown in nearly 250 different types of aircraft, and every type of airliner from the Ford Tri-Motor and Ju-52 to the Constellation and Concorde. He has flown with NASA, the Blue Angels, and the USAF Test Pilot School, and was the first Air Force Artist to fly in the Rockwell B-1B Lancer and Grumman F-14 Tomcat in a U.S. Navy exchange program. An avid glider pilot, Mike has logged more than 2,100 flights in sailplanes.In short he has the right stuff!And that what his latest book Painting the Legends is all about – the men and the planes that have shaped aviation.For the first time, this book takes you inside the world of aviation art showing the process of making major world-class paintings. From working with legendary pilots to flying in unique high-performance aircraft, Mike shows the reader the exciting sequence of researching and producing aviation art.Mike says this book is a deeply personal story and it shows.Lavishly illustrated with 60 original paintings and more than 250 photos, the book highlights the careers of 30 renowned pilots and aviation personalities with stories in their own words, including Scott Crossfield, Tex Johnston, Joe Engle, Pete Everest, and Fitz Fulton. Flights in the F-15 Eagle, F-14 Tomcat, Concorde, Blue Angels A-4 and others are shown. It also covers some of the great classic airliners such as the 707, Connie, the legendary line of DC aircraft as well as the European giant Airbus. Some of Mike’s paintings were more than a year in the making, while other art-directed commercial projects were completed in mere days, but they’re covered in this 192-page book in ways never-before seen. From the first rough “back-of-the-napkin” sketch through highly detailed engineering drawings and final art, Mike’s projects are colorfully documented for the reader.    This is an outstanding work and well worth the modest investment.You can buy the book herelast_img read more

Google’s Waymo self-driving cars kept offline to avoid hackers

first_imgFor Self-Driving Systems, Infrastructure and In… 5 Ways IoT can Help to Reduce Automatic Vehicle… David Curry Related Posts IT Trends of the Future That Are Worth Paying A…center_img Google’s self-driving division, Waymo, has revealed that its cars receive limited internet access to minimize the window for hackers to penetrate the system.“Our cars communicate with the outside world only when they need to, so there isn’t a continuous line that’s able to be hacked, going into the car,” said Waymo CEO John Krafcik to the Financial Times. “When we say that our cars are autonomous, it’s not just that there’s not a human driver, but also that there is not a continuous cloud connection to the car.”See Also: Honda in talks with Google to build self-driving vehiclesMost of the calculations are done inside the car, which is capable of recognizing thousands of objects and understanding their purpose. Krafcik said that the car opens the portal to the internet to send and receive traffic reports, but for the most part remains offline.Having the car offline for most of the journey and while idle makes it near impossible for hackers to break in from a remote location. It would require knowledge of when the car is sending data to Google’s servers and a way to tap into that encrypted channel.Waymo cars a lot safer?This could make Waymo’s cars a lot safer than some other options on the road in 2025, when most vendors expect infrastructure and regulations to be in place for self-driving cars. BMW, Intel, and Mobileye have already referenced 5G wireless service as a key inflection point for self-driving cars and Audi doesn’t see mass adoption before 5G availability.The need for 5G internet suggests that cars from BMW, Audi, and a few other manufacturers will be always-online, tapping into a massive stream of traffic, weather, and object data. That may reduce the size of some of these cars, which don’t require teraflops of processing power to run efficiently.While the back-end of the car’s systems may be kept offline, we assume Google will offer a plethora of services and screens for riders to use, which will be connected to the internet. These two systems will most likely be separate, to avoid any security complications. Break the Mold with Real-World Logistics AI and… Tags:#autonomous cars#cyber security#driverless cars#Google#IoT#Self-Driving#transport#Waymo last_img read more

7 Tips for Handling Your Camera Gear in the Cold

first_imgWorking with camera gear in the cold requires a special approach. Find out what you need to know about using your equipment in cold-weather.Cover image via Shutterstock.As seasons change and temperatures drop, it’s important to know what this means for your gear. Unlike dealing with hot climates, working under cold conditions may seem less problematic (at least in terms of overheating), but there are plenty of other issues that could derail your shoot or damage your equipment.Let’s look at seven tips and tricks to keep your gear safe and warm on the chilliest shoots.Don’t Breathe on Your LensImage via Shutterstock.Tip number one for shooting in the cold is to never, ever breathe on your lens to clean it. This is a good tip under any circumstances (because breathing on your lenses to clean them is not a recommended way to clean them), but in cold weather, it’s an especially bad idea because your warm breath can fog up and even freeze your lens. If you need to clean your lens, use a microfiber cloth or brush.Touch Screen GlovesImage via Shutterstock.As camera technology has advanced, tactile buttons have disappeared in favor of touch screen controls, which is awesome for greater option control, but they can be tricky to work with in different weather and lighting situations. The touch screens also need contact with your skin, so if you’re wearing gloves in cold weather, you’re going to have some trouble.However, luckily there are gloves made specifically for using touch screen devices like camera LCDs, smartphones, etc. Here are some good options to consider:GliderGlove — $19.99SetWear — $27.95ExoSkin Leather — $29.69Vallerret Markhof — $68.08Insulate Your GearImage via Canadian Nature Photographers.Another handy trick when working with lots of gear in the cold is to insulate your metal or aluminum gear. You can use pipe insulation on tripods, monopods, light stands, C-stands, etc. to help keep them from freezing over.Hand WarmersImage of HotHands Hand Warmers.One of your best options to fight the elements in cold environments is hand warmers. You can purchase these relatively cheaply and in bulk. They can also double as a way to warm your hands in your pockets and a way to keep your bags and gear warm when they’re not in use.Desiccant PacksImage via Shutterstock.Desiccant packs don’t warm year gear, but, importantly, they keep it dry. I’d recommend keeping some large packs in your camera bag at all times in the cold. (You can get desiccant packs of all sizes here.)Plastic BagsImage via WikiHow.When you’re working in extreme cold, and shooting with sensitive gear or expensive cameras, you need to be extra careful with changes of temperature and what that can do to electronics. The issue of condensation becomes important because it can suddenly build up when the temperature shifts from very cold to warm — or even just room temperature. Putting plastic bags (preferably with locking seals) over your gear before shifting temperature environments can help keep the condensation on the bag, not your camera.Extra BatteriesImage via Shutterstock.Finally, one of the most important items for preparing for any shoot is to always have plenty of extra batteries. Cold weather can wreck havoc on your backup supplies as extreme temperatures can cause them to die more quickly and unexpectedly. To ensure they stay warm and safe, consider some of the warming tips above as well as frequently rotating batteries to keep them alive and humming.For more tips and tricks on keeping your gear safe and organized, check out some of these articles.The 6 Best Cases To Protect Your Video Gear7 Tricks for Keeping Your Camera Equipment OrganizedGear and Accessories You Need for Travel Video and Photographylast_img read more

Better competition key to Kai Sotto’s improvement, says Uichico

first_imgPhoto by: Tristan Tamayo/Inquirer.netKai Sotto, the prized 7-foot-2 youngster of Ateneo, has already garnered considerable hype by virtue of his height alone.Standing a literal head above his contemporaries in the UAAP, Sotto is already pegged to be at the forefront of the Gilas program.ADVERTISEMENT NU opens UAAP Season 80 bid with rout of UE View comments BSP sees higher prices in November, but expects stronger peso, low rice costs to put up fight Fire hits houses in Mandaluyong City LOOK: Loisa Andalio, Ronnie Alonte unwind in Amanpulo for 3rd anniversary At 14 years old, he has already started making impact for the national team as part of the Batang Gilas U-16 team and is expected to lead the next generation’s Gilas players.Jong Uichico, one of the coaches of the Gilas program, foresees that Sotto will still improve over time as long as the reed-thin teenager gets exposed to better competition.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutSotto currently plays in the UAAP as part of the Ateneo Blue Eaglets where he towers over his competition.“He should really improve a lot in the next year or two and get a lot of exposure. And it’s hard to find a 14-year-old seven-footer walking around,” said Uichico Thursday at Inquirer’s omniplatform sports talk show SportsIQ. Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles01:37Protesters burn down Iran consulate in Najaf01:47Panelo casts doubts on Robredo’s drug war ‘discoveries’01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC “He should be exposed to better competition and not just the UAAP where he will face up against what six-footers he won’t have to jump.” E.T. returns to earth, reunites with grown-up Elliott in new ad  MOST READ LATEST STORIES Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Frontrow holds fun run to raise funds for young cancer patients  Nonong Araneta re-elected as PFF president WATCH: Streetboys show off slick dance moves in Vhong Navarro’s wedding For the complete collegiate sports coverage including scores, schedules and stories, visit Inquirer Varsity. Read Nextlast_img read more