Sarno, Ceniza to change narrative on rookie Olympians come Paris

Vanessa Sarno —AFP Vanessa Sarno doesn’t buy the popular view that she isn’t cut out to win an Olympic medal. “Everybody says that competing in the Olympics for the first time is just for exposure. I want to break that mentality,’’ said Sarno during the Philippine Sportswriters Association Forum on Tuesday at the offices of…

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F1 points system change proposal for 2025 to be discussed in greater detail before decision made | F1 News

Formula 1’s stakeholders have deferred further discussion on a proposal to extend the points positions for 2025 until later this year. An initial proposal, believed to have been submitted by one of the sport’s 10 teams, to tweak the current structure so that points go down to 12th place instead of 10th was put forward…

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FiberXers hold it together for a change

Converge FiberXers’ Bryan Santos.–PBA IMAGES Now that the misery of a string of defeats dating back to the previous conference is finally done and dusted, Converge can now give itself the belief of producing a strong finish to a miserable Philippine Basketball Association season. “We’re going to do our best to compete,” coach Aldin Ayo…

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Punching Through Preconceptions: How Boxing Anime Breaks Stereotypes and Inspires Change

Anime has always been a medium that challenges societal norms and preconceptions, and boxing anime in particular has been a powerful force in breaking stereotypes and inspiring change. Through its portrayal of characters from diverse backgrounds and its emphasis on hard work, determination, and overcoming adversity, boxing anime like “Hajime no Ippo” and “Megalo Box”…

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McLaren’s Zak Brown issues fresh call for F1 regulation change in renewal of Red Bull-AlphaTauri complaint | F1 News

McLaren chief Zak Brown has renewed his calls for changes to be made to Formula 1’s rules, expressing fresh concern about the relationship between Red Bull and sister team AlphaTauri. Red Bull and AlphaTauri have rejected the concerns. F1’s regulations allow for certain ‘transferrable components’ designed by one team to be bought by another, with…

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Green Football Weekend returns: Help your club fight against climate change | Football News

Sky Sports is once again backing Green Football Weekend as the world’s largest climate-football campaign returns for a second year. Across the weekend of February 2-5, clubs will take centre stage as part of Green Football Weekend, taking part in greener games to showcase their sustainability work, engaging fans in the issue and announcing new,…

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Greg Norman thanks Rory McIlroy for softened LIV Golf comments and sees change as ‘turning point’ | Golf News

LIV Golf chief executive Greg Norman says “I appreciate Rory falling on his sword” after the world No 2’s change in tone towards the breakaway series; McIlroy says he has now “accepted reality” that LIV is “part of our sport” Last Updated: 05/01/24 9:08pm Greg Norman has thanked Rory McIlroy (pictured) for ‘falling on his…

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Now that Ahanmisi is getting votes, will he change his view of the All-Stars?

Ginebra guard Maverick Ahanmisi.–PBA IMAGES Maverick Ahanmisi once declared he didn’t want to play in the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA) All-Star game for as long as the event remains a popularity contest. He might have a change of heart this year. The explosive guard who fans snubbed in the exhibition classic in March this year…

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Rory McIlroy: Golf ball distance rule change will make no difference to the average golfer | Golf News

McIlroy: “I don’t understand the anger about the golf ball roll back. It will make no difference whatsoever to the average golfer and puts golf back on a path of sustainability. The people who are upset shouldn’t be mad at the governing bodies, they should be at club/ball manufacturers” Last Updated: 03/12/23 6:15pm Rory McIlroy…

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‘Bin it, mate!’ | Ange Postecoglou fumes over VAR and rule change proposals | Video | Watch TV Show

Please use Chrome browser for a more accessible video player Tottenham boss Ange Postecoglou suggests there isn’t any need to ‘mess around’ with the rules of the game and says that football should forget about a sin bin rule change.

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