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Wed, 04 Apr 2018
The International Olympic Committee has opened its door to poor countries like the Philippine to experience hosting the Olympic Games by relaxing its rules on the cost of bidding that, in the past, has proven a big burden for t
The legend of Orlando Binarao
Mon, 02 Apr 2018
Whenever sports fans gather and the conversation turns, as it should, to discussion on the ?best Filipino baseball or softball player,? expect someone to mention name you never heard.
Of course, many will
Quo vadis, Warriors?
Sat, 31 Mar 2018
Four years ago, the Golden State Warriors hired Steve Kerr as coach in what, by design, started the team?s road to greatness. Since then, Kerr?s Warriors made three finals appearances, winning two NBA championships
JESSE OWENS PRESIDENTIAL MEDAL SELLS FOR $128K
Thu, 29 Mar 2018
The Presidential Medal of Freedom bestowed Jesse Owens by President Gerald Ford in 1976 was sold for $128,617 at an auction on Sunday, seven days before the observance of his 38th death anniversary.
SAN MIGUEL: "IT'S MORE THAN PRIDE"
Tue, 27 Mar 2018
No. It?s more than pride that carried San Miguel Beer to a 92-77 win over sister team Magnolia Hotshots Pambansang Manok last Sunday to level up their best-of-seven series, 1-all for the PBA?s 43rd Season kick-off Philippine Cup Conference.
?It?s there, yeah. We are the defending champion, kami a
Codinera?s legacy lives on
Mon, 26 Mar 2018
Filomeno 'Boy' Codinera Jr.
Now that Adamson University has ruled both the UAAP men?s baseball and women?s softball tournaments, its third in 31 years, not a few savants sat down trying to decide who was the most valuable
MAGNOLIA HOTSHOTS DIDN'T WIN GAME 1
Sun, 25 Mar 2018
Magnolia Hotshots Paambansang Manok didn?t win Game 1 of the PBA Philippine Cup best-of-seven titular series. San Miguel Beer lost it.
The Beermen led by 20 points sometime in the third quarter and by 14, 89-75 the end of the same period and looked on the way to wrapping up the contest running a
CYCLING OFFICIAL PEPE CHAVEZ PASSES AWAY
Fri, 23 Mar 2018
Felipe ?Pepe? Chavez, a permanent fixture in every edition of the then annual multi-stage cycling races, is gone.
Pepe, to race participants, fellow officials and media men covering the bikathon whether the the old Tour of Luzon, Tour ng Pilipinas or later the Marlboro Tour, or ?Kapitan,? to his
PACQUIAO FILES BILL IN SENATE TO LOOK INTO THE SAD STATE OF COUNTRY'S SPORTS FACILITIES
Wed, 21 Mar 2018
Eight-division boxing champion now Senator Manny Pacquiao has filed Senate Resolution No. 688 directing the Senate Committee on Sports to conduct in aid of legislation an inquiry on the current sad state of the Rizal Sports Comp
Lady Falcons are champs again
Tue, 20 Mar 2018
Adamson University softball coach Ana Santiago only aimed for a place in the title playoff, but her Lady Falcons did more than that.
Playing behind a curve-throwing pitcher Lyca Basa and a recharged batting order, the Lady Falcons shutout the University of Santo Tomas Tigresses, 6-0, to retain