LYCEUM of the Philippines University (LPU) is for real.
MERALCO took the cue from sister teams TNT and Cavitex in the PBA 3x3 Season 2 and carved out its own moment of triumph in yesterday’s Leg 3 at Robinsons Las Piñas.
WORLD class Japanese coach Hiraoki Sato has taken interest in the younger, talented brother of world champion gymnast Carlos Edriel Yulo — Karl Eldrew — and promised to take him in after he retires from his Japan national coaching duties.
THE PHILIPPINE Rowing Association (PRA) has teamed up with the province of Cavite in forming the first rowing school in the country dubbed First Ternate Cavite Rowing Academy.
DANSBY Swanson, Austin Riley and Matt Olson produced a second straight big night Saturday, combining for seven hits and all four RBIs as the host Atlanta Braves took over first place in the National League (NL) East by beating the New York Mets 4-2.
For a while there, it looked as if history would write itself. The clock struck 2:43 on Oct. 1, 2022 with Aaron Judge staring at Orioles starting pitcher Austin Voth’s full-count pitch, and all and sundry believed the fourth-inning staredown would lead to the inevitable.
CHANGE in plans, balik-PBA Frankie Lim won’t be making his long-awaited coaching debut for NLEX today. But the goal stays the same for the Road Warriors: gun for back-to-back wins in the Commissioner’s Cup.
FOR the past two games, Fran Yu has been manning Letran’s ship with aplomb.
WITH an expected leap from his national team stint, Carl Tamayo looms as the favorite to win the Most Valuable Player (MVP) plum when University of the Philippines shoots for a successful title defense in the UAAP Season 85 firing off tomorrow.
YANKEES slugger Aaron Judge tied the American League (AL) home run record when he socked his 61st of the season on Wednesday night in New York’s road game against the Toronto Blue Jays.
FOUR-TIME NBA champion LeBron James is getting into the pickleball business, as his firm LRMR Ventures headlines a new ownership group buying a team with Major League Pickleball (MLP).
Longtime tennis habitues know injuries have been part and parcel of Roger Federer’s campaigns on the back end of his career.