Veteran scribe Eddie Alinea blew his top recently while noticing the dearth of discussion about sports among this year’s presidential aspirants.
CEBU CITY -- Fortunately, Nonito Donaire Jr.’s bullet of a left hook did not zap Zsolt Bedak from the boxing ring on Saturday, April 23, night.
The celebrated face-off between Russian Anatoly Karpov and Grandmaster Eugene Torre that propelled the Filipino to international fame in 1976 will be staged again in Manila.
MANILA -- With a platform where determination shines and dynamism is appraised in leaps and bounds, hundreds of Filipinos answered the call of challenge and participated in the Manila leg of Under Armour’s Test of Will at Bonifacio High Street in Taguig City from April 16 to 17.
The popularity of volleyball hereabouts is expected to reach its zenith this year when the country hosts the FIVB World Women’s Club Championship.
Canelo Alvarez will be the leading candidate to face Manny Pacquiao if the Filipino superstar decides to return to the ring after the senatorial elections.
Booking a ticket to the Rio Olympics could be the greatest challenge yet for the country’s men’s national basketball team under its current program and Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas president Manny V. Pangilinan knows the kind of task that lies ahead.
Seventy-four players showed up for the first day of the National Jr. NBA Camp at Don Bosco Makati April 22, but one hopeful literally stood out.
EL SEGUNDO, California -- Mitch Kupchak writes the Los Angeles Lakers’ roster with a marker on a white board in his office. On Friday, April 15, morning, the general manager decided it was time to formally erase Kobe Bryant.