FOCUSED on delivering the goods in the coming Southeast Asian Games, the Philippine skateboarding team under the Go For Gold program will embark on a series of regional tryouts to discover the finest skaters in the country.
TWO current world champions, a rising gymnast, and the gold medal winners in the 2018 Asian Para Games lead the list of Major Awardees to be honored during the SMC-PSA (Philippine Sportswriters Association) Annual Awards Night on Feb. 26 at the Manila Hotel.
TAGUM CITY – Aaron Gumban of Davao del Norte ruled the 13-15 boys’ 5,0000-meter run, while Rona Bacus of Cagayan de Oro topped the 13-15 girls’ triple jump event as action in a pair of awe-inspiring performances in the athletics competition in the 2019 Batang Pinoy.
TAGUM City -- Koronadal City made its presence felt in archery, Davao City made waves in swimming, Cagayan de Oro struck in taekwondo and Tacurong City ruled arnis as competition went full blast in the 2019 Batang Pinoy Mindanao leg at the Davao del Norte Sports and Tourism Complex and other venues here Wednesday.
The Cebuano big man, also a regular fixture for Team Pilipinas, will be joined by Jaja Santiago, Marck Espejo, and Neil Etheridge who are going to be distinguished for their individual feats in their respective fields during the event presented by MILO, the Philippine Sports Commission (PSC), and Cignal TV.
TAGUM CITY – Paul Anthony Rodriguez of General Santos City dominated the taekwondo competitions, Grace Signacion of South Cotabato and Justin Matthew Basadre of Koronadal City sustained their impressive showing in archery in Day 2 of the 2019 Batang Pinoy Mindanao leg here Tuesday.
TAGUM CITY – General Santos City, South Cotabato and Koronadal City struck for two gold medals each in chess and archery at the start of the Mindanao leg of the 2019 Batang Pinoy at the Davao del Norte Sports and Tourism Complex here Monday.
Former bowling World Cup titlist Olivia ‘Bong’ Coo along with cycling legend Paquito Rivas are the latest personalities to be given such recognition by the country’s sportswriting fraternity in the Feb. 26 event presented by MILO, the Philippine Sports Commission (PSC), and Cignal TV.
That’s the modest assessment of PCKDF president Jonne Go when asked about the country’s chances during her maiden appearance in the 8th “Usapang Sports” presented by the Tabloid Organization in Philippine Sports (TOPS) at the National Press Club in Intramuros, Manila.
Davao-pride Bornok Mangosong will have his hands full defending his overall title in the centerpiece pro open category when he goes up against young rival Jeric Mitra of 87 Racing, Bicol-pride Enzo Rellosa and a host of equally daring riders.
IN recognition of its good work as the government body tasked to supervise and regulate all professional sports, the Games and Amusement Board (GAB) under Chairman Abraham “Baham” Mitra deserves to get all the support it needs to help it perform better.