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Displaying articles 1421 to 1430.More from PBA All Star Weekend
Sat, 24 Apr 2010
With Asi ?The Rock:? Taulava and Eric ?Major Pain? Menk alternating at the slot, coach Tim Cone?s South looks to have edge in height when it meets the north Selection today, capping the three-day PBA All-Star Weekend at the Puerto Princesa Coliseum here.
The 6-foot-9 Taulava of Coca Cola and the 6
PBA All Star Highlights
Fri, 23 Apr 2010
Macapagal crowns himself new PBA 3-point kingpin
PUERTO PRINCESA CITY -- Unheralded Mark Macapagal showed the way to his more illustrious rivals by crowning himself the new three-point shooting champion yesterday raising the curtains in the three-day PBAL -All Star Weekend at the Puerto Princesa
SCOOP Advancer and Philippine Little League Series
Thu, 22 Apr 2010
Activities being undertaken by the associations in tennis, taekwondo and gymnastics for the coming international competitions will be taken up in Friday?s SCOOP Sa Kamayan weekly session at the Kamayan Restaurant-Padre Faura.
Members of the Philippine junior tennis team, headed by coach Karl Santam
Little League Philippine Series: Where the richest meet the poorest
Tue, 20 Apr 2010
If the Little League International Baseball/Softball movement is the world?s biggest grassroots sports development in the world, it is also where scions of the richest and the powerful and those of the poorest meet, play with and against each other, especially in a third world country like ours.
RP junior pugs off to Azerbaijan
Tue, 20 Apr 2010
Filipino amateur boxers continue trekking the road towards gifting the country its first ever Olympic gold medal when the eight-man national junior team flew to Azerbaijan yesterday to carry he country?s colors in the President Heydar Aliver C
PBA: 35 years and counting
Mon, 19 Apr 2010
Year 1975, three years after the declaration of Martial Law, was the year considered as ripe for a revolution in sports. Basketball was the first to rise up in arms, not necessarily against the system the sport was being ran, but to provide players with something to go earn a living as professional
Pangilinan at SCOOP sa Kamayan
Fri, 16 Apr 2010
What Ateneo might lose, basketball and boxing stand to gain.
Businessman-sportsman Manny V. Pangilinan yesterday announced that he has re-confirmed his resignation as the Jesuit school?s chairman of the board in what may also lead of him to cease supporting its sports program.
MVP graces Friday?s SCOOP session
Thu, 15 Apr 2010
with report from Robbie Pangilinan
What is designed as the most serious attempt to finally win the country?s first ever Olympic gold medal will be discussed in Friday?s edition of the weekly SCOOP Sa Kamayan session at the Kamayan Restaurant-Padre Faura.
No less than the country?s no. 1 sports
Yldefonso, Villa, Elorde head 1ST batch of RP Hall of Fame inductees
Wed, 14 Apr 2010
In 1985, efforts to establish the Philippine Sports Hall of Fame were started by a group of private sportsmen-businessmen and members of the Philippine Sportswriters Association.
Twenty five years after San Miguel Corp. chair, Ambassador Edu
The punch that led to reforms in PBA officiating
Tue, 13 Apr 2010
Nikki Coseteng grew up in the shadow of his father?s passion for sports, basketball in particular, to which she too fell in love with.
So that when businessman-sportsman Emerson Coseteng, the founding president of the Philippine Basketball Association, joined his Creator, the chore of managing th