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(Part 4) TO further enlighten the public on who Graham Chua Lim is, and how his presence in the FESSAP as secretary general compromises the organization’s credibility and welfare, the writer presents below various snippets from legal documents dealing with Lim’s case. Read on. “A decision dated March 3, 2016…

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(Part 3) The two previous installments of this column triggered a stir in social media. A document from the Bureau of Immigration (BI) acquired by former senator Nikki Coseteng stating that Graham Chua Lim, a Taiwanese national, is included in the BI’s blacklist, was included in last week’s column. The…

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(Part 2) Former Senator Anna Dominique Coseteng, the chairman of the Philippine Swimming League (PSL) confronted the Federation of School Sports Association of the Philippines (FESSAP) on certain issues during an event held at the National Press Club on September 9. Here is the continuation of the transcript of Coseteng’s…

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(Part 1) The Philippine Swimming League (PSL) is blessed to have Anna Dominique Coseteng as its benefactor. Coseteng, a former lawmaker has served the country as member of the House of Representative from 1987 to 1992 and the Senate of the Philippines from 1992 to 2001. She is now the…

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The Philippine Swimming League (PSL) received a stern order from its Chairman Anna Dominique “Nikki” Coseteng to recruit and train swimmers from the PSL for the forthcoming 2019 World Summer University Games to be held in Napoli, Italy. The enlistment is open to every Filipino citizen who is a student-athlete…

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(Conclusion) In the first two parts of this arti-cle, I have included verbatim a series of posts on social media regarding this issue. The different reactions came from the media, national sports association (NSA) heads and prominent people in sports. Here’s the last one from former Senator Nikki Coseteng: “Chairman…

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I would like to defer the ending of my article titled “No to Philippines’ hosting of 2019 SEA Games,” to give way to this piece congratulating the Philippine Swimming League (PSL) swimmers who had just pulled off a five-peat in the 2017 SICC Invitational Swimming Championship held at the Singapore…

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(Part 2) I will present in this column private messages I received as well as interesting posts in social media verbatim concerning the first part of this article. Discussions on whether the country should push through hosting the 2019 SEA Games is really heating up. Read on: “Nikki Coseteng: Chairman…

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(Part 1) The Philippines has withdrawn from hosting the 2019 Southeast Asian Games citing the decision of the administration of President Rodrigo Duterte to divert the funding for the biennial meet toward the rebuilding of the war-ravaged Marawi City. The decision was formally announced by Philippine Sports Commission (PSC) Chairman…

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(Conclusion) We have yet to see positive changes in Philippine swimming as well as sports in general as the Philippine Sports Commission (PSC) implements reforms. The Philippine Swimming League (PSL) is working hard to do its part considering our country is behind by 15 years in this sport. In fact,…

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