Sports

  • Purely an accident?
    LOS ANGELES—The Los Angeles County sheriff on Wednesday characterized the crash that seriously injured Tiger Woods as “purely an accident” and appeared to rule out any potential criminal charges even as authorities were still investigating. Deputies saw no evidence the golf star was impaired by drugs or alcohol after Tuesday’s rollover wreck on a downhill […]
  • NCAA hoops bubble pegged at P40 million
    THE National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) is staring at a whopping P40 million expense if it wants to hold a men’s 5×5 basketball tournament in a bubble environment for its 96th season. BusinessMirror learned of the exorbitant cost from a top league official, who begged off from being identified sans an official statement from the […]
  • Marcial gets busy sparring, hitting mitts at Wild Card
    EUMIR FELIX MARCIAL is getting all the sparring hours he needs at the Wild Card Gym as he relentlessly keeps his focus on the Tokyo Olympics. “He is taking advantage of all the sparring sessions he gets from different styles—Russians, Americans and Latinos,” Freddie Roach’s Filipino assistant trainer Marvin Somodio told BusinessMirror on Thursday. “He […]
  • Volleyball returns in Subic sand courts
    THE Philippine Superliga (PSL) makes a historic return with eight teams clashing in the 2021 Gatorade-Beach Volleyball Challenge Cup starting on Friday at the Subic Bay Freeport’s sand courts. With no reported case of coronavirus infection among the 56 players, coaches and league staff, it’s all systems go for the bubble tournament being held in […]
  • BEST goes online
    THE Basketball Efficiency and Scientific Training Center (BEST) Center will hold interactive online clinics for young basketball and volleyball hopefuls. The clinics will be conducted every Saturday and Sunday beginning on Sunday and will last until March 27. The volleyball clinics will be held from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m., basketball for ages 5 to […]

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