UAAP games cancelled again

September 16, 2018
“As Typhoon Ompong ravages Northern Luzon, and affecting Metro Manila as well with heavy rains, tomorrow's games (September 16, 2018) will likewise be reset to another date. Thank you and stay safe,” said Season 81 Board of Managing Directors president Nilo Ocampo in a statement.

Good times in Georgia

September 15, 2018
GAINESVILLE, Georgia-- The Philippines continued to shine on the world stage after grabbing two silver medals in the 2018 ICF World Dragon Boat Championships at the Lake Lanier Olympic Park here.

Miciano, Doroy falter

September 15, 2018
LOSSES by Asiad Youth 18-under champion IM John Marvin Miciano and Asian Schools double gold medalist WFM Allaney Jia Doroy in the 10th and penultimate round added to their misery in the 2018 FIDE World Juniors and Girls 20-under chess championships at the Ramada Plaza Airport Hotel in Gebze, Turkey.

MMTL-Tanduay caging slated

September 15, 2018
THE best and the brightest alumni players from Metro Manila Tiong Lian teams are expected to see action in the first MMTL-Tanduay Athletics alumni basketball championships scheduled to start Nov. 11 at the Xavier School gym in San Juan

Stranded

September 15, 2018

Almost 450 athletes and officials from several regions now housed at the Philsports Complex and Rizal Memorial Sports Complex after being stranded due to typhoon ‘Ompong’

Saints, Thunder triumph

September 14, 2018
DEFENDING champion St. Clare College-Caloocan made it two wins in a row, even as Rizal Technological University, De La Salle Araneta University and City University of Pasay hurdled their respective opponents in the NAASCU Season 18 basketball tournament at the RTU gym.

Golds

September 14, 2018
GAINESVILLE, Georgia --The Philippines quickly snatched two gold medals in record-setting fashion during the opener of the prestigious 2018 ICF World Dragon Boat Championships at the Lake Lanier Olympic Park here.

‘Sweet silang muli’

September 14, 2018

Saying it was just “a result of miscommunication” between his team and Top Rank, boxing legend Manny Pacquiao and world-renowned promoter Bob Arum have patched up their latest dispute.