DEFENDING champion Adamson got its hitting game going to trounce University of Santo Tomas in abbreviated fashion, 14-0, and stay perfect in the UAAP softball tournament yesterday at the Rizal Memorial Baseball Stadium.
ILOILO CITY—Elika Salmorin of Negros Occidental ruled the girls’ 2,000-meter walk to emerge the first gold medal winner in the Visayas leg of the 2019 Philippine National Youth Games-Batang Pinoy at the Iloilo Sports Complex here.
THE top achievers of 2018 gather on this one special night to get special honors during the SMC-PSA (Philippine Sportswriters Association) Annual Awards at the Centennial Hall of the historic Manila Hotel.
Olympians Ian Lariba, Danny Florencio, and Leopoldo Cantacio along with former PBA Commissioner and Chairman Rey Marquez are among those to be paid homage by the country’s sportswriting fraternity in the special event presented by MILO, Cignal TV, and the Philippine Sports Commission.
Two budding protégés in the field of tennis and chess have been chosen as the MILO Junior Male and Female Athlete of the Year in the coming SMC-PSA (Philippine Sportswriters Association) Annual Awards Night at the Centennial Hall of the Manila Hotel.
1Pacman party-list Rep. Mikee Romero yesterday thanked President Duterte for signing the law that will greatly help national athletes realize their dreams of winning the ultimate prize – winning an Olympic gold medal.
BARCELONA Olympics taekwondo bronze medalist Stephen Fernandez will make a special appearance today in the 11th “Usapang Sports” by the Tabloid Organization in Philippine Sports (TOPS) at the National Press Club in Intramuros, Manila.
With nine months to go before the Nov. 30 to Dec. 11 biennial meet gets going, infrastructure developer MTD Philippines and project partner Bases Conversion and Development Authority (BCDA) said construction of the complex is now halfway done or about 53 percent completed.
The law was signed by the president “to promote and develop sports in the country, to achieve excellence in international sports competitions, to ensure success in the country’s quest to achieve competitiveness in the Olympic Games and to promote international amity among nations.”
ONE Championship titleholders Eduard Folayang, Kevin Belingon, Geje Eustaquio, Joshua Pacio, and Brandon Vera lead the list of those to be cited for their respective feats by the country’s sportswriting fraternity during the event presented by MILO, Cignal TV, and the Philippine Sports Commission (PSC).
THE country’s top table tennis players, led by world championship round-of-16 qualifier John Russell Misal of Davao City, predict a good finish when the 9th Flexible Cup International Table Tennis Championships get underway today at the Harrison Plaza Activity Center in Manila.
The National Golf Association of the Philippines (NGAP) is set to be recognized as the National Sports Association (NSA) of the Year, while long-time sports patron Enrique Razon, Jr. will be conferred the Executive of the Year by the country’s oldest media organization during the Feb. 26 gala presented by MILO, Cignal TV, and the Philippine Sports Commission (PSC).
TOP favorite Bornok Mangosong of Davao City used a borrowed bike but still went on to win the centerpiece pro open class in the recent MMF Supercross 7 at the MX Messiah Fairgrounds in Club Manila East, Taytay, Rizal.
THREE sports -- table tennis, billiards and basketball -- will be up for discussions in the 10th “Usapang Sports” presented by the Tabloid Organization in Philippine Sports (TOPS) today at the National Press Club in Intramuros, Manila.