Archive for February 2018

IOC Delivers “New Norm” To Make Olympics Affordable & Legacy-Oriented

Today the IOC unveiled “The New Norm,” a list of 118 reforms aimed at making the Olympic Games more affordable and legacy-oriented for future host cities.

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(PHI) Majoy Baron Earns Season’s First UAAP Player Of The Week Award

The reigning UAAP MVP leads the way as the season’s first Player of the Week

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(PHI) Michelle Cobb Debuts As De La Salle University’s New Setter

De La Salle University’s women’s volleyball program will have a new setter in UAAP 80 season, according to Camille Naredo…

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(PHI) EJ Laure Addresses Fans Regarding False Pregnancy Rumors

The sudden news of Laure’s season-ending injury gave rise to a lot of social media rumors

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Lardini Filottrano Posts Statement Win (Serie A Week 17 Recap)

Lana Scuka attacks against Liu Jo Nordmeccanica Modena’s double block.

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UNT Assistant Vinh Nguyen Hired as New Hartford Head Coach

Entering the week, 10 Division I programs still had uncertainty surrounding their head coaching positions. On Tuesday, that number decreased…

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8 Players Leave UnTREF In Protest, Club To Rely On Its Youth Players

The team almost was dropped out of the league due to not having in its roster the minimum amount of players necessary to field a team in the Argentinian League

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UCSD’s Tanner Syftestad Joins 1000 Kill Club vs. Stanford

UC San Diego senior opposite Tanner Syftestad became the sixth player in school history to notch 1,000 kills, doing so amidst a 17-putaway effort in a four-set loss to Stanford on Saturday.

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Gold Coast Dunes Leveled For Commonwealth Games Practice Courts

Australia’s Gold Coast has begun preparing for the upcoming 2018 Commonwealth Games by altering the beach in which the competition will be played.

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