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The Tuna Festival in General Santos City celebrates the sea bounty that has earned General Santos City the “Philippines’ Tuna Capital” moniker. This festival, though, isn’t merely just about a parade of tuna or tuna cook-offs. This festival has been known as the convergence of the country’s finest athletes to compete in various sports tournaments like the boat race, the mountain bike competition, and other adventure races.

 
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