All eyes on Real Gold, Boss Emong

July 18, 2019
An exciting showdown looms in the third leg of the Philippine Racing Commission’s Triple Crown Series at the MetroTurf Racing Complex this Sunday as six of the country’s best three-year-old thoroughbreds, led by the series’ first two winners Real Gold and Boss Emong, clash.

POC: We've nothing to do with PHISGOC

July 17, 2019
The Philippine Olympic Committee (POC) reiterated that it has nothing to do with the embattled Philippine Southeast Asian Games Organizing Committee (Phisgoc) Foundation, Inc., a private body that aimed to organize the 30th SEA Games, but is now the subject of investigation due to alleged irregularities.

PHISGOC: Money is not with us

July 17, 2019
The Philippine Southeast Asian Games Organizational Committee (PHISGOC) Foundation Inc. has complied with all the directives issued by President Duterte on the conduct of the biennial sports competition, and has put in place safeguards to ensure that funds for the event are all accounted for and properly spent.

That's a lot of moolah

July 16, 2019
PAGCOR Chairman and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Andrea Domingo bared in the weekly Philippine Sportswriters Association (PSA) Forum at the Amelie Hotel-Manila that her office has been averaging P140 to P145 million monthly contribution to the PSC coffers, including a total of P159 million just last month.

Australian fires 63, takes lead

July 09, 2019
CARMONA, Cavite – Aussie Tim Stewart fired an eight-under 63 in morning play but barely held off late charge by two local aces in their hunt for birdies that came like rain at the start of the ICTSI Manila Southwoods Championship at the softened Legends course here yesterday.

Nadal silences his ‘bete noire’

July 05, 2019
London (AFP) - Rafael Nadal may not end up winning a third Wimbledon singles title but he will take joy from having beaten his ‘bete noire’ Nick Kyrgios in an engrossing but bad-tempered grudge match on Thursday.

Team PH thanks Digong

July 05, 2019
More than 500 national athletes gathering for the National team general assembly organized by the Philippine Sports Commission yesterday joined Executive secretary Salvador Medialdea, PSC chairman Butch Ramirez and his commissioners President Rodrigo Duterte for his support.

Bambol to seek Philippine Olympic Committee top post

July 04, 2019
At the same time, Tolentino, president of the Integrated Cycling Federation of the Philipppines (Philcycling), reiterated he’s still POC chairman, and as the highest official of the sports body, is the one empowered to oversee the special executive board meeting slated on July 8 and the general assembly scheduled on July 18 prior to the holding of another extraordinary general assembly for the elections of officers 10 days later.

International Olympic Committee enters picture

July 03, 2019
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) on Tuesday issued a quick rebuke of resigned Philippine Olympic Committee (POC) chairman Abraham “Bambol” Tolentino’s call for an election on a date not later than July 18, 2019 and placed the resolution of the Council’s leadership vacuum at the hands of the POC Board and later, its General Assembly.

Lijima-Duke duel up in Penong’s 5150

June 30, 2019
Guam’s Manami Iijima and Dimity Lee Duke of Australia bring their rivalry to Davao with the former seeking to score a repeat and the latter going all out for a payback in the inaugural Penong’s 5150 Triathlon firing off July 7 at the Waterfront Hotel.