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De La Salle's Lariba went undefeated in her UAAP career and became the first Filipino to compete in the Table Tennis competition of the Olympics

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Lariba looks to ‘stay undefeated’


Undefeated and undisputed

Requests for blood donations surfaced in social media two days ago from members of the La Sallian community. And the person who needed it was UAAP legend Yan Lariba.

Nothing was said regarding her condition but the 2016 Rio Olympian needed type O blood for her as soon as possible.

However, as of Tuesday morning, Joy Lanting of La Salle’s Office of Sports Development released an official statement on Lariba’s condition through their Facebook account.

The official statement reads:
DBCxg_MV0AA4f0d Lariba looks to 'stay undefeated' DLSU News Table Tennis UAAP  - philippine sports news

DBCxg_SUAAAcxVx Lariba looks to 'stay undefeated' DLSU News Table Tennis UAAP  - philippine sports news

For those who are willing to donate, proceed to the St. Luke’s Medical Center, QC Blood Bank.

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