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‘Paradise Lost’ and the Lost Horizon

It is undeniable that the coronavirus disease 2019 or Covid-19 is the single dominant news on record, gracing the pages of all media outlets worldwide. No publication or broadcast entity goes without this most “favored” headliner. This phenomenon scratched some historical sensitivities etched in my memory decades ago. One is John Milton’s 17th century epic […].....»»

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Ellen Adarna, John Lloyd Cruz pinoprotektahan ang anak laban sa ‘tsismosa’

“TSISMOSA!” Yan ang tawag ni Ellen Adarna sa mga netizen na patuloy na nagtatanong tungkol sa anak nila ni John Lloyd Cruz. Sinupalpal ng dating sexy star ang isa niyang follower na nag-comment sa isang video na ipinost niya sa Instagram sabay tanong tungkol sa anak na si Elias Modesto. Sa nasabing video, ikinuwento ni Ellen […] The post Ellen Adarna, John Lloyd Cruz pinoprotektahan ang anak laban sa ‘tsismosa’ appeared first on Bandera......»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: NewsMar 28th, 2020Related News

Boxing: Fury vs. Wilder 3 postponed due to COVID-19 pandemic

The third installment between of the heavyweight boxing rivalry between "The Gypsy King" Tyson Fury and "The Bronze Bomber" Deontay Wilder is the latest casualty in the COVID-19 Pandemic's rampage on sporting events.  Wilder and Fury fought to a draw back in December of 2018. In the rematch, Fury stopped Wilder in the seventh round to claim the WBC Heavyweight World Championship.  Originally scheduled for July 18th at the MGM Grand Garden in Las Vegas, Fury-Wilder 3 has been postponed, said Top Rank Boxing CEO Bob Arum, via ESPN's Dan Rafael.  "Clearly not. We don't even know if the MGM will even be open by then," said Arum.  This comes after Top Rank Promotions decided to indefinitely postpone their slate of events for March and April, including a highly-anticipated bantamweight bout between titleholders John Riel Casimero of the Philippines and Naoya Inoue of Japan, wherein three of the big four world titles are up for grabs.  Casimero however, is confident that the fight will push through this coming May.  Arum added that while July is still a handful of months away, the uncertainty of the current situation as well as the time needed to prepare was a big part in deciding to move the bout to a later date.  "You could not guarantee the fighters that the event would take place on that date. We couldn't convince them or ourselves," Arum stated. "Where were they going to train for it? It just made no sense. You just have to take a step back. With the world seemingly on lockdown at the moment, international travel was also a concern, since Britain's Fury had thousands of British fans in attendance for the rematch back February 22nd.  "How are you going to sell tickets? It's absolutely ridiculous to say the fight is on when the Brits can't even get there," Arum added.  Top Rank's head honcho did give a projected date of when he hopes the fight to push through.  "So everybody has to take a step back. Boxing is not isolated. It's part of what's happening in the world. So possibly the fight will be in early October," Arum said. .....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsMar 26th, 2020Related News

Obiena nanghinayang sa pagka-reset ng Olympics

Tulad ng ibang mga atleta sa bansa at sa ibang panig ng mundo, halos nasa huling yugto na sa kanilang paghahanda kaya nanghihinayang si Ernest John Obiena sa paghihintay pa ng isang taon upang masubok ang kanyang kakayahan sa misyong mabigyan ng unang medalyang ginto ang bansa sa nausog na 32nd Summer Olympic Games 2020 sa Tokyo, Japan......»»

Source: Abante AbanteCategory: NewsMar 26th, 2020Related News

Casimero avoids burning out

WBO bantamweight champion John Riel Casimero is staying indoors in a rented house in Las Vegas, steps out only to buy provisions in a Filipino store about four miles away and does 15 to 16 rounds of mitts and shadow boxing every day while awaiting word on when his triple unification showdown with super WBA/IBF titleholder Naoya Inoue will be reset......»»

Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: SportsMar 26th, 2020Related News

Doktor arestado sa pagbebenta ng overpriced na thermal scanner

INARESTO ng National Bureau of Investigation-Special Action Unit Martes ang isang doktor na nagbebenta umano ng overpriced thermal scanner na donasyon sa isang asosasyon na kanyang kinakatawan. Ibinebenta umano ni Dr. Cedric John de Castro ang thermal scanner sa halagang P9,500 samantalang ang retail price nito ay P800-P1,500 lamang. “De Castro was selling a total […] The post Doktor arestado sa pagbebenta ng overpriced na thermal scanner appeared first on Bandera......»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: NewsMar 25th, 2020Related News

Mets star pitcher Noah Syndergaard needs Tommy John surgery

Mets star pitcher Noah Syndergaard needs Tommy John surgery.....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsMar 25th, 2020Related News

Metro Nashville launches COVID-19 website for residents

Nashville Mayor John Cooper, along with Metro health officials, are expected to give another update on the COVID-19 response in Davidson County......»»

Source: Manilanews ManilanewsCategory: NewsMar 24th, 2020Related News

SUPER SHOWDOWN: 13 season sweep vs 20 perfect run of Bullpups

Not only has Nazareth School of National University gone undefeated through the tournament in UAAP Boys Basketball, it has actually done it twice in the last seven years. The Bullpups did it in 2013 as Jeff Napa guided and Hubert Cani led them in warding off all oncomers and winding up 16-0. Seven years later, head coach Goldwin Monteverde's well-oiled machine stamped its class on all its opponents en route to an unbeaten title defense. With that, the Sampaloc-based school can now boast of having, arguably, two of the top teams in high school history. Head-to-head, though, which squad's season sweep was more impressive? That, that is exactly what we will delve into in ABS-CBN Sports' Super Showdown. In grading the greatness of each team's perfect run, we will be judging them in five categories (frontcourt, backcourt, coaching, depth, and level of competition) with a boxing-style 10-point must system determining the decision. FRONTCOURT Carl Tamayo is the best big man to come out of high school in recent history. The 6-foot-7 modern big man's averages of 11.6 points and 9.3 rebounds in the elimination round were ho-hum, but he unleashed his true self in the Finals where the posted a per game double-double of 19 markers and 18 boards. Put 6-foot-8 Kevin Quiambao and his norms of 12.3 points, 9.8 rebounds, 1.8 assists, and 1.4 blocks beside that and the '20 National U team had two of the most talented towers in all of the Jrs. division. Coach Jeff, a well-renowned big man whisperer, has his bigs prepared to the utmost in each and every game, but '13 Bullpups' JP Cauilan, Mark Dyke, and Kins Go are just no match for the power and potential of the Tamayo-Quiambao pairing. That gap more than made up for the inexperience of '20 National U's wings in Harold Alarcon, Reyland Torres, and Nat Tulabut when matched up opposite the battle-tested wiles of Enzo Battad and Chino Mosqueda from the '13 Bullpups. Advantage '20 Bullpups, 10-8 BACKCOURT Cani, without a doubt, underwhelmed in his college career, but there was always a reason why several squads were interested in him coming out of high school. Simply put, he was a true-blue-chip recruit and his 24.5-point, 7.0-assist, 4.0-rebound, and 2.0-steal averages when it mattered most made him nothing but worthy as Finals MVP. Make no mistake, Terrence Fortea and Gerry Abadiano are true-blue-chip recruits in their own right, but the '13 version of Cani was just on another level - a big guard who can make plays as well as take matters into his own hands. Backstop him with steady Philip Manalang and '13 National U trumps the '20 Bullpups guard rotation of Fortea, Abadiano, Ernest Felicilda, and Steve Nash Enriquez. Advantage '13 Bullpups, 10-9 COACHING Both Coach Jeff and Coach Gold are undisputed master-builders in high school. Napa transformed National U from a once-league doormat into a dynasty while Monteverde has been a winner anywhere and everywhere, be it Chiang Kai Shek College or Adamson High School or with the Bullpups. Coach Jeff's trademark has long been mining raw big men and molding them into forces while Coach Gold has always had total team effort as his signature. Considering the lineups of the two teams, though, it was Napa who got the most out of his players. Cani was the '13 Bullpups one and only shining star, but Coach Jeff had perfect roles for do-it-all Cauilan, monster rebounder Dyke, and two-way swingman Mosqueda. On the other hand, Coach Gold had tantalizing talents in Abadiano, Fortea, Quiambao, and Tamayo, among others, and then made them all work in a system. And so, the slight edge here goes to Napa who turned scraps into a machine - but still, it should never be disregarded how masterful it was that Monteverde let his constellation of stars shine bright in their own ways. Advantage '13 Bullpups, 10-9 DEPTH There is no debate that the National U of '20 will blow the '13 Bullpups out of the water in terms of total talent. The National U of '20 had Tamayo and Fortea coming off the bench for crying out loud all while Quiambao and Abadiano made sure they started strong. Even more, the likes of Alarcon, Torres, and Felicilda never got headlines and highlights, but were actually the grease that made sure the juggernaut was running as well as it should. In comparison, the '13 Bullpups, more often than not, went eight-deep with Cani flanked by Battad, Cauilan, Dyke, Go, Manalang, Mosqueda, and John Rey Lapiz. Man-for-man, the National U of '20 was just fully loaded as promising prospects Enriquez, Kenji Duremdes, and Echo Laure are only just waiting for their turn at the controls. Advantage '20 Bullpups, 10-8 LEVEL OF COMPETITION The '20 National U won by an average of 25.8 points and only had three single-digit wins through the tournament. The '13 Bullpups, meanwhile, won by an average of 12.5 points and had 10 single-digit wins through the tournament. That alone doesn't tell the full story, though. The '13 Bullpups' road to a season sweep was actually rockier as it featured matchups with Ateneo de Manila University with Aaron Black, Jolo Mendoza, Thirdy Ravena, and Nieto twins Mike and Matt; Far Eastern University-Diliman with Brandrey Bienes, Wendell Comboy, Richard Escoto, Christian Fajarito, Marvin Lee, and Domingo twins JJ and JS; De La Salle Zobel with QJ Banzon, Aljun Melecio, Brent Paraiso, and Renzo Subido; and even Diego Dario and Joe Gomez de Liano's the University of the Philippines Integrated School and Raymar Caduyac's University of the East. And yet, they were able to take care of Thirdy's Blue Eaglets by an average margin of victory of 12.5 points in the Finals. That was the same average margin of victory for '20 National U opposite FEU-Diliman which went to war led by Cholo Anonuevo, Jorick Bautista, and Penny Estacio. While Anonuevo, Bautista, and Estacio are tantalizing talents, they are only coming into their own and far from the player that Season MVP Thirdy was for Ateneo. No doubt, talent was all over the league even past those '20 Finalists in the form of Adamson High School with Season MVP Jake Figueroa and Matty Erolon; Ateneo's Josh Lazaro, Lebron Lopez, and Forthky Padrigao; University of Sto. Tomas' Jacob Cortez and Bismarck Lina; and UPIS' Sean Torculas, Jordi GDL, and Ray Allen Torres. In all, however, the level of competition in 2013 was higher as '20 National U didn't face a team as talented as Thirdy's Blue Eaglets or a more complete team than the Baby Tams. Advantage '13 Bullpups, 10-8 FINAL SCORE, a draw at 46-46.....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsMar 24th, 2020Related News

LA Mumar makes coaching return with Ateneo Women s Basketball Team

For the third time in five years, Ateneo de Manila University will have a new shot-caller for its women's basketball team. This time around, the Lady Eagles are handing the keys over to youthful mentor LA Mumar. This is a homecoming for him as he had suited up for the Blue Eagles in the early '00s and studied in the Katipunan-based school from grade school to college. "It's a blessing for me to get back to working in the sidelines. What makes this extra special is I get to coach in my alma mater," he said. Prior to this post, he had been serving as collegiate basketball tournament director in UAAP 82. And before that, he built up Lyceum of the Philippines University brick-by-brick into a legitimate contender in the NCAA Jrs. It was under Mumar's stewardship that the Jr. Pirates discovered and then developed the likes of former Batang Gilas guard Mac Guadana and NCAA 95 MVP John Barba. Now, he has another tall task ahead of him - that of rebuilding Ateneo into a legitimate contender. After a Finals run in 2015, the Lady Eagles trudged through three straight four-win campaigns led by John Flores and then wound up with a 5-9 standing at the end of the most recent season helmed by Kat Quimpo. "We hope to surprise a lot of teams next season," their new coach said. Helping Mumar in this tall task are key returnees Jhaz Joson and Jay Nimes. "We're losing half the team to graduation, but I'm very excited with this group because they are teachable. Jhaz and Jay, I think, will take their game to another level," he said. --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsMar 23rd, 2020Related News

LOOK: Jinri Park marries partner John in Australia

MANILA, Philippines –  Former Pinoy Big Brother housemate and TV host Jinri Park and her partner John married in a simple ceremony in Australia on Saturday, March 21.  On Instagram, Jinri said that she and John decided to push through with the wedding but will have another celebration once the coronavirus threat subsides. "Today ........»»

Source: Rappler RapplerCategory: NewsMar 22nd, 2020Related News

Environmental disasters we wish had never happened

Pope John Paul II once said that “the Earth will not continue to offer its harvest, except with faithful stewardship. We cannot say we love the land and then take steps to destroy it for use by future generations.” But how do we protect the only earth that we have from destruction? When do we […] The post Environmental disasters we wish had never happened appeared first on Cebu Daily News......»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: NewsMar 22nd, 2020Related News

Boxing: John Riel Casimero expects Inoue fight to happen in May

Three-division boxing world champion and reigning WBO Bantamweight World Champion John Riel "Quadro Alas" Casimero doesn't expect to wait too long to finally get his hands on WBA and IBW Bantamweight World Champion Naoya "Monster" Inoue of Japan.  The two 118-pound titleholders were set to collide on April 25th at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada, but due to the current COVID-19 pandemic that's affecting the whole world, Top Rank Boxing decided to postpone all boxing events in March and April.  The Ormoc, Leyte-native believes that he and Inoue will square off in May.  "Durog 'yan, 'matic. Durugin natin 'yan in May, guys," Casimero said, responding to a fan during a live Q&A session on his YouTube channel.  "Pinag-usapan namin sa Top Rank, ibabalik [yung laban] in May, pero hinihintay pa namin yung 14 days, kaya malalaman natin after 14 days, i-aanounce na namin kung kelan yung laban, basta in May. Ready lang tayo, guys," Casimero explained further.  Casimero also touched on the possibility of a Filipino-versus-Filipino unification bout in the bantamweight division, since Nonito "The Filipino Flash" Donaire is expected to challenge WBC Bantamweight World Champion Nordine Oubaali for the title.  "Yeah, maglalaban yan talaga. Pag-mananalo si Donaire at mananalo ako, maglalaban kami," Casimero said. "Walang problema yan, kay i-pray natin na manalo si Donaire, manalo din tayo, magandang laban din 'yan."  Speaking of Filipinos, as it turns out, Inoue was able to enlist some help from a Pinoy boxer in the form of "Prince" Albert Pagara.  "Si Albert Pagara ka-sparring daw ni Inoue doon sa Japan, pero naka-uwi na sila sa Cebu," Casimero explained. "Nag-sparring sila, malakas daw si Inoue, sabi nila."  Casimero also answered a ton of fan questions in the near-2 hour video which you can watch below:.....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsMar 20th, 2020Related News

Marvin vows to bounce back

Lightheavyweight contender John Marvin was the only fighter in the Philippines’ 13-strong contingent not to land a podium finish at the recent Southeast Asian Games but the Fil-British lance corporal with the UK Army is determined to punch his way to the Tokyo Olympics via the world qualifiers in Paris, tentatively on May 13-20......»»

Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: SportsMar 20th, 2020Related News

Charlie Puth, nakiisa sa 'TogetherAtHome series concert

US – Nagtanghal si Charlie Puth sa kanyang mga taga-hanga sa pamamagitan ng online concert bilang paraan upang mahikayat ang mga taong sanayin ang social distancing sa gitna ng global outbreak ng COVID-19. Sa pamamagitan ng Instagram, nagtanghal si Puth kasunod ng matagumpay na livestreamed concerts nila John Legend at Chris Martin ng Coldplay. Kinanta […] The post Charlie Puth, nakiisa sa #TogetherAtHome series concert appeared first on REMATE ONLINE......»»

Source: Remate RemateCategory: NewsMar 20th, 2020Related News

No. 1 Amsali flanked by NU twin towers in Final NBTC 24

New faces are all around in the final rankings of the most promising high school prospects in the Philippines with 15 players bringing a breath of fresh air to the National Basketball Training Centre All-Star Game. Leading the way in the Final NBTC 24 is San Beda’s all-around forward Rhayyan Amsali whose consistency keyed the Red Cubs’ return to the mountaintop for the first time in four years. The 6-foot-3 lefty was the consensus top player in the NCAA NBTC 24 in his one-and-done season and now reclaims his place as an All-Star after his transfer to and residency in San Beda. The twin towers of National U, Carl Tamayo and Kevin Quiambao, then go back-to-back at nos. 2 and 3 after strong seasons that saw the former retain Finals MVP and the latter rank first in the UAAP NBTC 24. Just like last year, the top 24 players from the NCAA and the UAAP were first named before the best of the best from both lists, alongside those from Cebu and other leagues, were ranked in the Final NBTC 24. UAAP MVP Jake Figueroa of Adamson and NCAA MVP John Barba of Lyceum, meanwhile, will be making their debuts in the showcase of the top young talent in the country after landing at the fifth and seventh spots, respectively. They will be joined by other first-timers in Ateneo’s Josh Lazaro (8) and Lebron Lopez (12), FEU-Diliman’s Penny Estacio (10) and Cholo Anonuevo (13), San Beda’s Justine Sanchez (14) and Yukien Andrada (17), LSGH’s RC Calimag (19), Letran’s Joshua Ramirez (20), Hope’s Joshua Cajucom (21), Xavier’s Miguel Tan (22), UC’s Isaiah Blanco (23), and SHS-Ateneo’s Mike Boniel (24). Completing the ultimate list are All-Star returnees Mac Guadana of the Jr. Pirates at no. 4, Bismarck Lina of the Tiger Cubs at no. 6, Terrence Fortea and Gerry Abadiano of the Bullpups at nos. 9 and 16, Jonnel Policarpio of the Red Robins at no. 11, Forthsky Padrigao of the Blue Eaglets at no. 15, and Tony Ynot of the Red Cubs at no. 18. Here is the Final NBTC 24 for 2020: After a one-year absence, Rhayyan Amsali has willed his way back into the big dance after ranking first in the Final #NBTC24 for 2020. San Beda's present and future star will lead the 24 most promising prospects in ???????? in the All-Star game penciled in for April. pic.twitter.com/y4gejHZFPM — Normie Riego (@riegogogo) March 20, 2020 Right beside 1? Amsali are National U twin towers Carl Tamayo and Kevin Quiambao (@20kKevin) who ranked 2? and 3? in Final #NBTC24 for 2020. pic.twitter.com/NAwomdvjNq — Normie Riego (@riegogogo) March 20, 2020 FINAL #NBTC24 for 2020 4? @guadana_mclaude, G, Lyceum 5? Jake Figueroa, F, Adamson 6? @bismarcklina, C/F, UST pic.twitter.com/xMs6nbTuFS — Normie Riego (@riegogogo) March 20, 2020 FINAL #NBTC24 for 2020 7? John Barba, F, Lyceum 8? Josh Lazaro, F, Ateneo 9? @TerrenceForteaa, G, NU pic.twitter.com/e8Kyp8b81Y — Normie Riego (@riegogogo) March 20, 2020 FINAL #NBTC24 for 2020 1?0? Penny Estacio (@p_nny11), G, FEU-Diliman 1?1? Jonnel Policarpio (@JonnelPolicarp7), F, Mapua 1?2? Lebron Lopez, F, Ateneo pic.twitter.com/t9cGzCnwy9 — Normie Riego (@riegogogo) March 20, 2020 FINAL #NBTC24 for 2020 1?3? Cholo Anonuevo, F, FEU-Diliman 1?4? Justine Sanchez, F, San Beda 1?5? @padrigaoforth, G, Ateneo 1?6? @gerryabadiano08, G, NU pic.twitter.com/ObBruhjO7h — Normie Riego (@riegogogo) March 20, 2020 FINAL #NBTC24 for 2020 1?7? Yukien Andrada (@yukien2), F, San Beda 1?8? Tony Ynot, G/F, San Beda 1?9? RC Calimag (@calimag_rc), G/F, LSGH 2?0? Joshua Ramirez, G/F, Letran pic.twitter.com/rSwJxp9E5N — Normie Riego (@riegogogo) March 20, 2020 FINAL #NBTC24 for 2020 2?1? Joshua Cajucom, G, Hope 2?2? Miguel Tan, F, Xavier 2?3? Isaiah Blanco, F, UC 2?4? Mike Boniel, G, SHS-Ateneo — Normie Riego (@riegogogo) March 20, 2020 Due to COVID-19, the Chooks-to-Go NBTC League National Finals as well as the annual All-Star Game were postponed and tentatively rescheduled. Originally slated to take place from March 21 to 27 at SM Mall of Asia Arena, the week-long showcase of the top young talent in the country also backed by SMART, Vivo, Darlington, Phoenix Fuels, Epson, Gatorade, Go for Gold, and Molten has been penciled in for April 20 to 26 still at the same venue......»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsMar 20th, 2020Related News

Ellen may ‘lockdown hugot’, patama nga kaya kay John Lloyd?

TILA may ibang meaning ang “huquote” o hugot quote ng dating sexy star na si Ellen Adarna patungkol sa patuloy na pagkalat ng coronavirus disease o COVID-19 sa bansa. Nag-post si Ellen sa kanyang Instagram story ng isang art card kung saan nakasulat ang isang paalala sa publiko na mag-stay na lang sa bahay habang […] The post Ellen may ‘lockdown hugot’, patama nga kaya kay John Lloyd? appeared first on Bandera......»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: NewsMar 20th, 2020Related News

Sarangani taps Kallos to call shots

After a season filled with controversies, Sarangani Province will have a fresh start with John Kallos calling the shots come the next season of Chooks-to-Go Maharlika Pilipinas Basketball League......»»

Source: Thestandard ThestandardCategory: SportsMar 20th, 2020Related News

Sarangani looks to improve on one-win season with new coach

After a season filled with controversies, Sarangani Province will be having a fresh start with John Kallos calling the shots come the next season of Chooks-to-Go Maharlika Pilipinas Basketball League. The 36-year-old Kallos will be tasked to turn things around for a dysfunctional Sarangani squad who made quite some noise last year for the wrong reasons. The franchise was most known for its game-fixing involvement last November which resulted in the league filing charges against 21 members of the then-SOCCSKARGEN squad. The league then took over the squad in order to keep the competition calendar going. This led to a disastrous start to Sarangani's campaign, who dropped its first 21 games before chalking up its only win via a 78-74 triumph over Quezon City-WEMSAP. The team went on to finish dead-last in the Lakan Season with a disappointing 1-29 record. Kallos, who spent the last three seasons with Caloocan-Victory Liner, will replace interim head coach Manuel Torralba. To kick-start the cleansing of the team, Kallos bared that he will be bringing in a bunch of veterans and familiar faces to aid the Sarangani's rebuild. "Siyempre, aalisin natin ung mga panget na gawain dati, we will put players and coaching staff na competent, mga hardworker at meron pagmamahal sa trabaho at loyal," said Kallos, who led the Supremos to a 16-14 win-loss record this season, falling behind Pasay with a 17-13 card for the last playoff slot. "I will build a team na trusted ko, build a good relationship with the players and always do your best and work hard." Jester Macabagdal, Maricon Rearte, and Gilbert Cole -- his trusted deputies during his time in Caloocan and Adamson -- along with Cris Bautista, Andrew Belarmino, and Emman Romey will make up his coaching staff. Beefing up the squad are veterans Chico Lanete and Manila-Frontrow's Marvin Hayes, who met with Sarangani officials and committed to the team last Tuesday. "Kilala ko na kasi siya since PBL days dati sa Nutrilicios team, player siya ng brother ko [Monel Kallos] and he is a winner and a leader," said Kallos of Lanete, a floor general who won three championships with the San Miguel Beermen at the tail-end of his pro career. Paul Sanga, Mark Sarangay, and brothers Joe and Carlo Escalambre -- who all played under Kallos in Caloocan -- all agreed to join their head coach in Sarangani next season......»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsMar 19th, 2020Related News

Olympic-bound Obiena keeps training in Italy

Olympic-bound Filipino pole vaulter Ernest John Obiena is continuing his training in Formia, Italy though the country was badly hit by the Covid-19 pandemic. Obiena is hoping that the Tokyo Olympics will push through on July 24 to August 9. “For us, athletes, Olympics is the pinnacle of everything — your career, and this is […].....»»

Source: Manilatimes_net Manilatimes_netCategory: NewsMar 19th, 2020Related News