Army man takes ronda opening lap

February 23, 2020
SORSOGON—Mark Julius Bordeos of Bicycology-Army made his presence felt and came out of nowhere to rule the opening stage of the LBC Ronda Pilipinas 10th anniversary race that started and ended in this Bicolandia city yesterday.

PSA to fete Petecio, Diaz

February 23, 2020
A boxing world champion and an Olympic silver medalist are among those to be rendered with major awards in next month’s annual SMC-PSA (Philippine Sportswriters Association) Awards Night at the Centennial Hall of the Manila Hotel.

Off and running

February 22, 2020
Both Oranza and Morales admitted though that this year’s edition should be one of the toughest, if not the toughest, races in Ronda considering that three more ex-titlists are joining—Santy Barnachea of Scratch It, Reimon Lapaza of Celeste and Mark Galedo of 7Eleven Cliqq-Air21 by Roadbike Philippines.

Bucks on a roll

“That was a really impressive first half and I thought we did a lot of good things in the second half, too,” Milwaukee coach Mike Budenholzer said. “Our energy had been good the last two days, but that doesn’t always equate to good play. There were a lot of positives for the first game after the (all-star) break.”

Marked men

February 21, 2020
SORSOGON—Five former champions headed by two-time winners Jan Paul Morales of Standard Insurance-Navy and Santy Barnachea of Scratch it and a slew of worthy challengers battle it out for cycling supremacy as the 10-stage LBC Ronda Pilipinas 10th anniversary race unfolds tomorrow in front of the provincial capitol here.

Getting easier for PH

“Especially playing on their home court, I anticipate the game being really difficult. So we’ve gotta go over there and play a good game. They’re not gonna give it to us,” Dickel told sportswriters after the team’s practice Wednesday night at the Meralco gym.

Arevalo cruises to 9-shot PLO win

February 20, 2020
Abby Arevalo missed posting a record winning margin but claimed the Philippine Ladies Open crown just the same, beating Rianne Malixi by nine despite turning in her worst round in three days – a 74 – at the Manila Golf Club in Makati yesterday.