Despite strong finishes in two Asian Tour events and a runner-up effort in last week’s The Country Club Invitational, Miguel Tabuena still feels the need to get better to bolster his bid for a second Solaire Philippine Open crown in four years. In fact, the Rio Olympics veteran said he’s going back to the basics […]Read more
Frank Elizalde, the former International Olympic Committee (IOC) representative to the Philippines for 27 years, will follow a court order ruling that mandates the inclusion of boxing chief Ricky Vargas and cycling head Bambol Tolentino in tomorrow’s Philippine Olympic Committee (POC) elections.Read more
Perpetual Help senior high school Jims Ceballos asserted his dominance in the National Capital Regional Athletic Meet hosted by Pasig City recently, coming through with three gold medals at the Rizal High School grounds.Read more
Perpetual Help seeks a double victory as it goes for the men’s and juniors’ championships against Arellano University and Letran, respectively, today in the 93rd NCAA volleyball tournament at the Filoil Flying V Center in San Juan City. The Altas pulled off a 26-24, 25-20, 23-25, 25-16 victory in Game Two Monday over the Chiefs, […]Read more
Lindsey Vonn’s bid for a second Olympic downhill gold medal came unstuck Wednesday as the US ski star finished third in the women’s blue riband event won by “crazy” close friend Sofia Goggia of Italy.
Same, girl. Same.
A fresh course that offers a new set of tough challenges awaits all sailors who will see action for the Standard Insurance-backed Subic Bay around Verde Island Passage Race and the Subic Bay Cup Regatta starting this Saturday until March 2.Read more
Despite the grim prognosis, Association of Boxing Alliances in the Philippines (ABAP) president Ricky Vargas is pinning his hopes on a petition letter signed by a majority of national sports associations urging the Philippine Olympic Committee (POC) to allow him to challenge Jose ‘Peping’ Cojuangco, Jr. for the presidency this Friday.
Canadian bobseligh star Justin Kripps said his dying grandmother predicted he would win Pyeongchang Olympic gold – and he did just that in her honor in extraordinary circumstances.Read more
Canadian stars Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir won the gold medal in ice dancing at the Pyeongchang Games on Tuesday, becoming the most decorated figure skaters in Olympic history with a dazzling, dramatic free skate set to the music of “Moulin Rouge.”