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"If they think your dreams are crazy, show them what crazy dreams can do."
Nike's women's month campaign for 2019, titled Dream Crazier, is all about reclaiming the word crazy. The inspiring ad, unveiled at the Oscars and narrated by famed tennis player Serena Williams, honors female athletes by showcasing a number of groundbreaking achievements made by ...
 
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Even experts agree it's a powerful cardio workout.
Without a doubt, hiking is having its moment. While it has always been a known sport, the activity has been attracting the attention of new fans lately, the way yoga has been doing for years. Before you embark on a journey to ...
 
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Why skiing Australia should be on everyone's travel bucket list.
Travelers to Australia tend to stick to the major cities, perhaps the Great Barrier Reef and then a wine region or two before jetting home, but this massive continent has so much more to offer if you dig a bit deeper—and fantastic ...
 
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The Ateneo Blue Eagles and UP Fighting Maroons face off in the UAAP finals after three decades.
Behind talk on UP and Ateneo’s much-awaited reunion on court for the University Athletic Association of the Philippines’ (UAAP) Season 81 basketball finals is a little-known fact veiled to many—that the two had been the first rivals even before the height of ...
 
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Akiko, now a wife and mother of three, is grateful for her many blessings.
Some of Akiko Thomson Guevara’s earliest childhood memories involve climbing trees in the backyard of their family home in Paco, Manila.“We all had so much energy,” Akiko says of her siblings, Julia and Josh, and herself. “I was a tomboy, definitely not ...
 
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A sporting event has divided the Coo household—how does our Truly Rich Lady take sides?
The usually quiet Coo household has been turned upside-down, and the cause for the tumult is something I did not expect: basketball.You see, there are Coos who went to the blue school, Coos who went to the maroon school, Coos who went ...
 
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Guess who has the real right to brag.
Hardly anything gets our blood pumping more than collegiate basketball. After all, school rivalries are the stuff of legend, and there’s nothing like cheering for your alma mater at the top of your lungs. Today's basketball championship game between Ateneo and U.P. had us ...
 
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What else would you do after celebrating your eldest child's 70th birthday?
Some people might take their eldest child's 70th birthday as a signal that they should slow down, but not Queen Elizabeth II. Shortly after hosting a party for Prince Charles at Buckingham Palace, the 92-year-old went for a ride last weekend in ...
 
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Ahead of the game, the young football players received applause from fans and supporters of Manchester United.
Over the weekend, the 12 boys who were rescued in Tham Luang Nang Non cave in Northern Thailand back in July attended a Manchester United match.The boys, who made up a local football team called Wild Boars, spent the whole weekend at Manchester ...
 
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The tennis legend spoke out in a blistering op-ed after the U.S. Open.
Serena Williams lost the U.S. Open Women’s Final against Naomi Osaka on Saturday after a controversial clash with the tennis match’s umpire, Carlos Ramos. Now, in an op-ed for the Washington Post, fellow tennis great Billie Jean King has stood up for Williams, and spoken out against what ...
 
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The tennis superstar made headlines for her stunning win against Serena Williams on Sunday.
All of tennis was abuzz this weekend when newcomer Naomi Osaka won against Serena Williams at the U.S. Open Women’s final. Much has been said about the controversial match, but only a few have been centered on Osaka’s historic victory.Here’s what you need ...
 
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From Gigi Hadid to Priyanka Chopra, here's every famous face we saw at the Open.
At the end of every summer, the tennis greats descend on New York as they compete in the U.S. Open. But Serena Williams, Maria Sharapova, Roger Federer, and Rafael Nadal aren't the only famous faces we saw at the 2018 Open. In ...
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