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Timor Leste ends medal drought, wins first bronze in SEA Games boxing

Timor Leste ends medal drought, wins first bronze in SEA Games boxing

Timor Leste has finally ended its medal drought, bagging the bronze in the men's flyweight semifinals at the 30th Southeast Asian Games. The medal was brought by Timor Leste boxer Quintas da Silva Jose Barreto. He lost to Thai boxer Ammarit Yaodam but was assured of a...

Filipino Olympian EJ Obiena bags SEA Games gold

Filipino Olympian EJ Obiena bags SEA Games gold

The First Filipino to qualify for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics also made the country proud with his gold medal in the 30th Southeast Asian Games (SEA Games) yesterday. Obiena demonstrated his skills in the Athletics Stadium and cleared 5.45 meters for his first title in...

Pinoy father-son hunt for gold in sports ends in victory

Pinoy father-son hunt for gold in sports ends in victory

The Obiena family now has a big reason to celebrate as EJ Obiena bagged a gold medal in the pole vault competition of 2019 SEA Games. The patriarch of the family, Emerson Obiena, was a pole vaulter of the Philippine national team. He was twice a silver medalist and...

KUDOS: Pinoy hero surfer wins first gold in surfing

KUDOS: Pinoy hero surfer wins first gold in surfing

Hero Pinoy surfer Roger Casugay, who won the hearts of people after he gave up his gold medal shot early this week to save his Indonesian opponent, scored a gold medal in the SEA Games men's longboarding category on Sunday. He battled it out against another Filipino...

Filipino-Saudi swimmer bags four medals in 2019 SEA Games

Filipino-Saudi swimmer bags four medals in 2019 SEA Games

Filipino-Saudi swimmer Jasmine Alkhaldi harvested four medals in the 30th Southeast Asian Games held in New Clark City Aquatics Center, Philippines. The two-time Olympic qualifier got her silver from the women's 4x100 freestyle relay together with Filipino swimmers...

Pinay sprinter breaks Lydia De Vega 33 year record

Pinay sprinter breaks Lydia De Vega 33 year record

Filipina sprinter Kristina Knott broke the 33-year record of legend Lydia de Vega in the women's 200-meter run at the 30th Southeast Asian Games. Knott made the record-breaking performance during the preliminaries held at the Athletic Stadium. She clocked 23.07...

Leonard helps Clippers beat Lakers in NBA opener

Kawhi Leonard made a rousing debut with the Los Angeles Clippers, firing 30 points in a 112-102 victory over LeBron James and the Lakers at the start of the NBA 2019-2020 season on Tuesday night (Wednesday, PHL time). Lou Williams added 21 points and Montrezl Harrell...

Paris bares golden Marianne logo for 2024 Olympics

PARIS, France — The logo for the 2024 Olympics and Paralympics, depicting the Olympic flame within a gold medal, has been revealed in Paris which is hosting the event. The circular design with Paris 2024 in the art deco style which was in vogue in 1924 when Paris last...

Federer breezes through 1,500th match

BASEL, Switzerland – Aiming for his 10th title, Roger Federer defeated German qualifier Peter Gojowczyk at the ATP Swiss indoors in what was the Swiss legend's 1,500th career match. This landmark 6-2, 6-1 success in his hometown set the 38-year-old up for his tilt at...

Woods more likely to use one of his wildcards on himself

NARASHINO, Japan: Tiger Woods has indicated he might use one of his four Presidents Cup captain’s picks on himself, noting that his fitness was ahead of schedule following an arthroscopic knee surgery. “I’m probably a week early. My season had ended a little bit...

GlobalPort parades new import

Mired at the bottom of the standings in the ongoing PBA Governors’ Cup, NorthPort has decided to change its import. Michael Qualls has been tapped as the new import of the Batang Pier and is expected to make his Philippine debut against the powerhouse San Miguel...

Clinic funded by Michael Jordan opens in North Carolina

Basketball great Michael Jordan continues to give back to community as he unveiled the first of two medical clinics he has funded in a North Carolina city. Per a report by CNN, the facility offers care to Charlotte residents, including underinsured and uninsured...

Phoenix, Rain or Shine tap new imports for PBA Gov’s Cup

Hoping to turn their campaigns around in the ongoing PBA Governors’ Cup, the Phoenix Fuel Masters and Rain or Shine Elasto Painters decided to bring in new imports. Phoenix has decided to send Eugene Phelps home and brought in in former NBA player Alonzo Gee....

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Sniper radar records 170 traffic violations daily

Sniper radar records 170 traffic violations daily

The sniper radar, a powerful tool that pushes motorists to comply with traffic laws and speed limits, catches up to 170 traffic rule offenders, specifically overspeeding vehicles, in Ras Al Khaimah daily. Colonel Ahmad Al-Naqbi, Director of Traffic and Patrol...

OFW remittances hit $2.75B in January 2019

OFW remittances hit $2.75B in January 2019

Personal remittances from overseas Filipino workers (OFW) reached $2.75 billion in January this year, the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas reported over the weekend. In a statement, BSP said that the increase represent a 4.4 percent growth from $2.38 billion the previous...

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