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Displaying articles 1 to 10.GAB LOOKS INTO “LAST HOME STAND” CONTROVERSY
30 Jul 2014
Citing the welfare of the basketball public as reason, the Games and Amusements Board has written the local organizers of the "The Last Home Stand," a project that would have pitted the World Cup-bound Philippine basketball team against an NBA Selection asking for an explanation as to why it was
An Interview with Tim Cone
14 Jul 2014
When erstwhile Alaska Milk coach Tim Cone transferred to the Purefoods franchise, all he wanted was make its team the Crown Jewel of the San Miguel Corp. Group.
He did more than that. Cone led the San Mig Super Coffee
GILAS SEES ACTION IN FIBA ASIA CUP
10 Jul 2014
The road to reclaiming the glory the Philippines once enjoyed in the international basketball scene starts this Saturday when Gilas Pilipinas plunges into action in the FIBA Asia Cup in Wuhan, China.
A 12-man lineup, headed by FIBA Asia silver medalist veterans Marcus Douthit, Ranidel de Ocampo,
ROWERS TO START PHIL. CAMPAIGN IN 2014 ASIAD
08 Jul 2014
The five-man rowing team will have the honor of opening the country’s campaign in the coming 17th Asian Games. Incheon, South Korea is hosting the event for the second time in 12 years.
Rowing,according to Philippine Olympic Committee treasurer and deputy chef de mission of the 160-strong Philipp
SAN MIG COFFEE, RAIN OR SHINE ALL SET FOR TODAY'S FINALS
01 Jul 2014
One team is going for a rare Grandslam. The other, well, just win a second franchise title.
This would be the atmosphere with San Mig Coffee and Rain or Shine battle starting today in a best-of-five series for the PBA
Remembering Pancho Villa
18 Jun 2014
Ninety one years ago this month, Pancho Villa became the first Filipino and, Asian, for that matter, to have been crowned world boxing champion.
On June 18, 1923, the then 22-year-old Villa, Francisco Guilledo in real name, son of a vaquero (cowhand) and an abandoned housewife, knocked out cold
PSC forges partnership with Iran
10 Jun 2014
The bilateral cooperation in sports between the Philippines and Iran aimed at strengthening and improve the friendship between the two countries has further been cemented with the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding between the Philippine Sports Commission and the Iranian Ministry of Sports and
Remembering our Sports Heroes
08 Jun 2014
Every Filipino, almost everybody, anyway, by now, knows that swimmer Teofilo Yldefonso gifted the Philippines its first Olympic medal – a bronze in the 200-meter breaststroke, which he brought home from the 1928 Games in London.
The pride of Piddig town in Ilocos Norte, everyone also knows,
Koncz and Arum to discuss Pacquiao's next foe in Macau
25 May 2014
Who Manny Pacquiao will fight next is expected to shape up this week when Top Rank big boss Bob Arum and the Filipino boxing hero’s business consultant Mike Koncz meet in Macau.
Koncz leaves for China’s gambling capit
THE FINAL BELL TOLLS FOR VILLANUEVA
18 May 2014
Relatives, friends, fellow athletes and Olympians will have the last chance to view the remains of Olympic silver medalist Anthony Villanueva today at the Loyola Memorial Park chapel along Sucat Road in Paranaque City where h