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SIBOL line-ups for SEA Games bared

SIBOL line-ups for SEA Games bared

The Philippine Southeast Asia Esports Union (PSEU) has announced the official line-ups of SIBOL, the country's national esports team that will see action in the 30th Southeast Asian Games in December. The composition of the team was based on the players’ performance...

UP, UST survive OT thrillers in UAAP men’s caging

UP, UST survive OT thrillers in UAAP men’s caging

The University of the Philippines (UP) Fighting Maroons and the University of Santo Tomas (UST) Growling Tigers chalked up hard-earned wins on Sunday in the UAAP 82 men’s basketball tournament at the Mall of Asia Arena. Bright Akhuetie dropped two crucial free throws...

Tokyo mulls fake snow for 2020 Olympics

Tokyo mulls fake snow for 2020 Olympics

DUBAI: Tokyo 2020 Olympic officials have everything covered for the international sporting event – from misting stations to flowerbeds to make the heat bearable at the summer games. But not taking anything to chances, they want to let it snow, too. Organizers have...

Spain bags FIBA World Cup 2019 crown

Spain bags FIBA World Cup 2019 crown

Spain secured its second FIBA World Cup crown after it demolished Argentina, 95-75, in their championship match on Sunday night in Beijing, China. Ricky Rubio led the way for Spain with 20 points and was later adjudged as the tournament Most Valuable Player. Sergio...

FIBA to probe Australia’s Bogut for World Cup rant

FIBA to probe Australia’s Bogut for World Cup rant

The world’s governing body for basketball FIBA is set to investigate Andrew Bogut after the 34-year-old center appeared to suggest that referees favored Spain in Australia’s semi-final defeat at the World Cup. In an Agence France-Presse (AFP) report, the Australian...

Serbia hands Team USA 2nd straight loss in World Cup

Not only did they fail to defend its crown, Team USA is poised to suffer its worst finish in the FIBA World Cup after it succumbed to Serbia, 89-94 in China. It was the second loss in two days for the Americans as they went into the match reeling from a 78-89 loss to...

France ousts Team USA, makes FIBA World Cup semis

France ended the reign of Team USA after it scored an 89-78 upset win in their quarterfinal showdown on Wednesday in the 2019 FIBA World Cup in China. Evan Fournier scored 22 points, Rudy Gobert added 21 points and 16 rebounds as they helped France rally from a...

Guiao resigns as Gilas coach

Following their forgettable campaign in the 2019 FIBA World Cup, Gilas Pilipinas head coach Yeng Guiao has decided to relinquish his post. Guiao tendered his resignation to the Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas (SBP) two days after the national team arrived from China....

12 PBA imports ready to wage war for PBA Govs’ Cup

Tried and tested imports and newcomers will be paraded in the upcoming PBA Governors’ Cup, which will open on September 20. Leading the cast of reinforcements are former Best Import awardees Allen Durham, Justin Brownlee and Romeo Travis. Magnolia is parading Travis...

NBA bans ‘ninja-style’ headgear

Starting next season, the National Basketball Association (NBA) will no longer allow players to wear “ninja-style” headbands. The headgear is a band of fabric tied at the back of the head with the two ends flowing loose. Philadelphia 76ers teammates Jimmy Butler and...

Nadal outlasts Medvedev in epic US Open’s men’s finale

Rafael Nadal captured his 19th Grand Slam trophy but needed four hours and 50 minutes to do it as it survived Daniil Medvedev, 7-5, 6-3, 5-7, 4-6, 6-4, in their lung-busting championship match of the men's US Open. "An amazing final. Seems that I had, more or less,...

Gilas finishes dead-last in World Cup

A disappointing campaign to say the least. Gilas Pilipinas will be coming home winless as it capped its campaign in the 2019 FIBA World Cup with 75-95 loss to Iran on Sunday night Beijing Wukesong Sports Center. Gilas ended their campaign with five losses without a...

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DUBAI: Working in another country is both personally and professionally rewarding. Meeting new people, culture and tradition abroad leads to a life-changing experience. And for many Filipinos, it is an ideal way to seek greener pasture for their families. But these...

BREAKING: Duterte fires BuCor Chief Faeldon

BREAKING: Duterte fires BuCor Chief Faeldon

President Rodrigo Duterte has ordered the resignation of Bureau of Corrections Chief Nicanor Faeldon immediately. "I am firing Faeldon now, right now," Duterte told reporters in Malacanang. This, amid the controversies hounding the implementation of the Good Conduct...

Chilling group photo captures plane crash in Laguna

Chilling group photo captures plane crash in Laguna

An ordinary group photo taken in Calamba, Laguna on Sunday captured the tragic plane crash that killed 9 people.  On her Facebook account, Josephine Rodriguez shared her group's photo wherein a big smoke fumes billow from behind the man wearing black. Authorities are...

OFWs seek Supreme Court action on SSS law

OFWs seek Supreme Court action on SSS law

DUBAI: The ball is now with the Supreme Court to reinforce or nullify the constitutionality of the mandatory Social Security System (SSS) contributions for overseas Filipino workers (OFWs). Under Republic Act No. 11199 or the Social Security Act of 2018, returning and...

Forced resignation: Does UAE law allow it?

Forced resignation: Does UAE law allow it?

DUBAI: It pays to know the law, especially if it pertains to employment – the very reason why most Filipinos are in the United Arab Emirates, in the first place. One such topic making the rounds in accommodations and even on social media via mostly Facebook accounts...

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