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On Cam: The sights and sounds of the Milo Little Olympics

Despite being drenched, Marikina Sports Complex continued its purpose as the home of the Milo Little Olympics.
By Michael Joseph Romero

MARIKINA—On the penultimate weekend of September, Dugout Philippines braved the bad weather to come to Marikina for the another edition of NCR Leg of the Milo Little Olympics.

Over the three days, young Pinoy athletes from NCR, Southern Tagalog and Bicol played through the elements and played like champions in their own right, regardless of the outcome of their games.

Here's what transpired on those three days, which include some snippets from Taekwondo, Sepak Takraw, and Basketball.

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