Sunday, September 24, 2023

Hangzhou Asian Games open after COVID-enforced delay

The wait is over. After a year's delay, the 19th Asian Games opened in Hangzhou, China, on Saturday with an eco-friendly ceremony highlighting the host country's cultural heritage and cutting-edge technology. The opening ceremony took place at the lotu...

Gilas Youth clipped by Australia in FIBA U16 Asia semis

Gilas Pilipinas Youth hit a huge stonewall after dropping a 92-36 decision to Australia in the semifinals of the FIBA U16 Asian Championship early Sunday (Philippine Time) at the Al-Gharafa Sports Club Multi-Purpose Hall in Doha. Australia settled the ...

Manila Chooks enters Cebu Masters playoffs

Manila Chooks moved on to the FIBA 3x3 World Tour Cebu Masters quarterfinals after stunning Futian, 21-17, in the last set of matches in the pool stages at the SM Seaside City Activity Center on Saturday night. In a grind-out Pool C game that even saw...

UCV cadets pocket five gold medals in ROTC Games Luzon leg

The University of Cagayan Valley captured five gold medals in the Navy division of the Philippine Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC) Games Luzon leg arnis competition here on Friday.Mikee Tungcul ruled the men's non-traditional single weapon even...

Saint Benilde, Perpetual inch closer to V-League finals

The College of Saint Benilde (CSB) and the University of Perpetual Help on Wednesday defeated their respective opponents to move a step closer to the V-League Women's Collegiate Challenge finals. The Lady Blazers dominated the University of the East, ...

GCST spikers notch first win in ROTC Games Luzon leg

Granby Colleges of Science and Technology (GCST) defeated Don Honorio Ventura State University (DHVSU), 25-14, 25-20, 25-18, to notch its first win in the Philippine Army category of the Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC) Games Luzon leg women's ...

NM titles, FIDE rating points up for grab in PH chess...

National Master (NM) titles, norms and FIDE rating points will be staked in the Philippine National Amateur Championships in Tagaytay City from Oct. 6 to 8. Around 200 of the country's titled players as well as young master aspirants are expected to b...

PH tennis team ready for Hangzhou Asian Games

Only three tennis players will represent the Philippines at the 19th Asian Games scheduled from Sept. 23 to Oct. 8 in Hangzhou, China. United States-based Ruben Gonzales and homegrown Francis Casey Alcantara and Alex Eala comprised the team, which inc...

Zamboanga wins MPBL finals rematch

Zamboanga exacted revenge on Nueva Ecija with a 67-65 win in their much anticipated Maharlika Pilipinas Basketball League finals rematch on Monday night at the Vitaliano Agan Coliseum in Zamboanga City. Judel Fuentes won it for Zamboanga in its lone h...

Spanish football chief resigns after World Cup kiss scandal

The suspended president of Spain's football federation announced late Sunday that he will resign in the wake of a scandal that started when he kissed a female player during celebrations last month for the Spanish team's victory in the Women's World C...

Saint Benilde ends UE win streak in V-League, barges into semis

College of Saint Benilde (CSB) snapped University of the East's (UE) five-game winning run to formalize its entry into the semifinal round of the V-League Women's Collegiate Challenge at Paco Arena in Manila on Sunday. The Lady Blazers, banking on the...

UP defends PH intercollegiate badminton title

The University of the Philippines (UP) outclassed San Sebastian College to retain the Smart-Philippine Intercollegiate Badminton Championships title at Centro Atletico Badminton Center in Quezon City over the weekend. Just like what they did last year...

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