Sports

  • Victoria Lee joins One
    WOMEN’S mixed martial arts (MMA) prodigy Victoria Lee—younger sister of world atomweight champion “Unstoppable” Angela Lee and lightweight titlist Christian “The Warrior” Lee—recently signed with One Championship, according to Chairman and CEO Chatri Sityodtong. “I feel extremely excited and motivated to be part of the world’s largest martial arts organization, One Championship,” Lee said. “Inspired […]
  • Chess online seminar up
    THE Philippines aims to produce world-class chess trainers and coaches as it hosts the International Chess Federation (Fide) Trainers’ Online Seminar slated from September 25 to 27 via Zoom platform. World-renowned trainers Grandmasters (GMs) Dejan Bojkov of Bulgaria and Melikset Khachiyan of Armenia, International Masters Jesper Hall of Sweden and Vishal Sarin of India along […]
  • Heat rally past Celtics for 2-0 lead
    LAKE BUENA VISTA, Florida—Down by 14 in Game One, the Miami Heat found a way. Down by 17 in Game Two, they did it again Thursday night. And after making the Boston Celtics lose another big lead on the court—as well as their cool in the postgame locker room—the unheralded Heat are two wins away […]
  • PBA returns on October 9
    THE  Philippine Basketball Association (PBA) announced on Thursday night that it will resume the 45th Season in a bubble environment in Clark in Pampanga on October 9 with a double header game. In a statement, PBA Commissioner Willie Marcial said the games will be held at the Angeles University Foundation Gym, which was spruced up […]
  • Roglic extends overall lead at Tour de France
    MERIBEL, France—Colombian rider Miguel Angel Lopez won the toughest mountain stage of this year’s Tour de France, while race leader Primož Roglic added a few crucial seconds to his advantage over rival Tadej Pogacar. The much-vaunted 17th stage saw Roglic finishing 15 seconds behind Lopez in second place, while Pogacar trudged over the line 30 […]

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