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THE flight of defending champions Ateneo Blue Eagles in Season 81 of the University Athletic Association of the Philippines got further wind on Wednesday after they beat out the University of the East Red Warriors, 89-62, at the FilOil Flying V Centre in San Juan City.
CURRENTLY unbeaten Blackwater Elite trek back to Philippine Basketball Association Governors’ Cup action today, staking its unblemished record against the NLEX Road Warriors.
NOW on the upswing after opening their University Athletic Association of the Philippines Season 81 campaign with a loss, the defending champions Ateneo Blue Eagles are out to continue rolling when they collide with the University of the East Red Warriors in Wednesday action at the FilOil Flying V Centre in San Juan City.
APART from developing its legs as a growing sports property in Asia, Ringstar Boxing also has as one of its goals highlighting the boxing scene in the region as home of champions, particularly in Southeast Asia.
RIGHT in the middle of the race for a Final Four spot in Season 94 of the National Collegiate Athletic Association, both the Letran Knights and Perpetual Help Altas are gunning for key wins to boost their bids when they take on separate opponents today at the FilOil Flying V Centre in San Juan City.
GLOBAL Cebu FC and Kaya FC-Iloilo fought to a 3-3 tie in their Group B encounter at the Copa Paulino Alcantara at the Rizal Memorial Football Stadium on Sunday.
RECOGNIZING on hindsight that some of the remarks he made after their 72-46 victory over the National University Bulldogs at the weekend were uncalled for, Ateneo Blue Eagles coach Tab Baldwin moved to correct things, issuing an apology to the NU community and rookie Dave Ildefonso on Monday.
HALF a decade since landing in the Philippines, specialty lifestyle boutique Commonwealth has become a noted source of premium exclusive sneakers while also enhancing the sneaker scene locally.
THE Far Eastern University Tamaraws got back in the win column on Sunday after defeating the University of the Philippines Fighting Maroons, 89-73, in University Athletic Association of the Philippines Season 81 action at the FilOil Flying V Centre in San Juan City.
MAKE IT three current world champions in Asia’s largest mixed martial arts organization for fabled Baguio City group Team Lakay. This, after Joshua “The Passion” Pacio emerged as victorious in his title quest for the world strawweight title in ONE Championship at the weekend at “ONE: Conquest of Heroes” in Indonesia.
TWO of three teams still unbeaten in the ongoing Philippine Basketball Association Governors’ Cup, the Barangay Ginebra San Miguel Kings and Blackwater Elite try to keep their respective clean slates intact when they collide today at the Smart Araneta Coliseum.
THE struggling Arellano Chiefs return to National Collegiate Athletic Association action today but without their long-time bench tactician after head coach Jerry Codiñera stepped down from his post on Thursday.
FELL short in his initial quest to become world champion two years ago, Filipino mixed martial arts fighter Joshua “The Passion” Pacio hopes that his second try at the ONE Championship strawweight title turns out a success.
KAYA FC-Iloilo stayed on top of Group B in the ongoing Copa Paulino Alcantara following its defeat of JPV Marikina FC, 1-0, in their clash on Wednesday at the Rizal Memorial Football Stadium.
THE Adamson Soaring Falcons stayed unbeaten early in Season 81 of the University Athletic Association of the Philippines, racing to their second win in as many games with a victory over the University of the East Red Warriors, 90-76, on Wednesday at the Mall of Asia Arena.
ANOTHER exciting and exhilarating season of the Vios Cup comes to an end this weekend with the third and final race of Season 5 slated on Sept. 22 at the Clark International Speedway, Pampanga.
WHILE admitting that being a national team coach is no easy task, Yeng Guiao said he is determined to continue as Team Pilipinas coach, especially after the “special bond” he has created with the players and seeing how his wards went all out for flag and country.
INTERNATIONAL Boxing Federation junior bantamweight champion Jerwin “Pretty Boy” Ancajas will make his sixth title defense next week in California and as has been the case in the past he is approaching his preparation for it with dogged determination and focus.
Like most basketball-loving Filipinos, I, too, welcomed the decision of top officials of the sport in the land to reconsider their previous stand not to send a men’s basketball team to the 18th Asian Games in Indonesia later this month; seeing how only through to it can fans be appeased with the whole issue, better heed the call and move on.
PROVING they have what it takes to ride with some of the top racers in the world, three teenage professional Filipino cyclists completed the Prudential RideLondon Surrey 46 in London, United Kingdom, late last month.
THE Philippine national men’s football team’s groundbreaking appearance in next year’s AFC Asian Cup took further form last week after the official draw for...
RIGHT smack in the middle of a telling slide in his mixed martial arts career, Filipino fighter Eric “The Natural” Kelly cannot wait to...