Marcos Jr. congratulates PH women’s football team on AFF championship
By President Ferdinand "Bongbong" Marcos Jr. has extended his congratulations to the Philippine women's football team for bagging its first Asean Football Federation (AFF) Women’s Championship title on Sunday.The Filipinas outclassed Thailand in the finals, 3-0, to...
Curry wins first Finals MVP award as Warriors topple Celtics to win title
By (Photo from @Warriors/ Twitter) Stephen Curry put up 34 points in the Golden State Warriors’ championship-clinching 103-90 victory against the Boston Celtics on Friday (PH time), which gave the franchise its fourth title in eight years.Antetokounmpo, who also had...
Obiena defends SEA Games gold in record-setting performance
By Filipino pole vaulter EJ Obiena on Saturday bagged gold in the 31st Southeast Asian (SEA) games after logging a record-setting leap.Obiena registered 5.46 meters to set a new SEA Games record, eclipsing his previous high of 5.45 meters.He attempted to vault 5.94...
Mapua slays San Beda Red Lions; enters finals after 31 years
The Intramuros-based cagers, Mapua University Cardinals, are finally returning to the finals of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) after 31 years.
IATF gives green light to PH’s hosting of FIBA Asia Cup qualifiers
Aside from the Philippine national basketball team, South Korea, Thailand, Indonesia, Japan, Chinese Taipei, Malaysia, China, Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong and Guam will play in the Clark bubble.
PBA: Rich Team, Poor Team
The Philippine Basketball Association (PBA) we have right now is very different from the league we grew up with. Back in the day, teams like Sta. Lucia, Shell, Swift (for a time Pop Cola and Sunkist) and Alaska, which were not part of a conglomerate, could win a...
Tokyo Olympics won’t allow spectators from abroad
Spectators from overseas were barred from attending this year’s Olympic and Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020 to prevent the spread of Covid-19.The decision was made in a virtual meeting of five parties — the International Olympic Committee, Tokyo Metropolitan Government,...
UAAP cancels Season 83, cites health, safety concerns
The league announced this in a statement on Friday, citing concerns over student-athletes’ health and safety.
Aldin Ayo makes coaching return, this time in 3×3 basketball
By Months after being banned indefinitely from coaching in the UAAP, Aldin Ayo was tapped to coach the Chooks-to-Go Pilipinas team that will represent the Philippines in international FIBA 3x3 basketball tournaments."I'm very grateful because for me, this will bring...
Palace wary of ‘witch hunts’ in SEA Games probe
“The 30th SEA Games showcased not only our local athletes at their best but also demonstrated our successful hosting of a world-class sporting event. Let us, therefore, not dishonor the men and women who gave honor and glory to the country by engaging in political innuendos and witch hunts,” Palace spokesman Harry Roque said in a statement.
UAAP inks broadcasting deal with Cignal TV
Select UAAP events will also be aired on the One Sports channel.
LAKESHOW! Lakers shut down Heat for 17th NBA title
This is the Lakers’ 17th NBA title, which ties the franchise with the Boston Celtics. The last time the Lakers won the title was when a Kobe Bryant-led team beat Boston in the 2010 NBA finals.
Heat eliminate Celtics, set up NBA Finals matchup with Lakers
The NBA’s 2019-2020 finals will be the first time in history where two teams that didn’t make the playoffs the previous year will fight for the title.
Lakers eliminate Nuggets in Game 5, advance to NBA Finals for first time in 10 years
LeBron James put up a 38-point triple-double with 16 rebounds and 10 assists. Anthony Davis tallied 27 markers.
Pacquiao to fight McGregor in 2021
Boxing legend Sen. Manny Pacquiao will fight UFC superstar Conor McGregor in 2021, Pacquiao's special assistant Jayke Joson said on Saturday. Joson said Pacquiao's earnings from the fight would be donated to Covid-19-hit Filipinos. “For the sake of all the Filipino...
Faced with second team exodus, UST’s Bryan Santos to stay put
Bryan Santos, who recently transferred to UST due to the disbandment of his former collegiate team, has chosen to stay in the Tigers’ lair.