The third sports bulletin

Cycling Wollongong, Australia, Sept. 21 (Prinsa Latina) Switzerland today won the gold medal in the road cycling world championships in this Australian city by defeating.....»»

Category: newsSource: thedailyguardian thedailyguardianSep 23rd, 2022

first sports bulletin

– – – football London, August 30 (Prensa Latina) Tottenham Hotspur announced today that it has exercised the option to buy Argentine defender Cristian Gabriel.....»»

Category: newsSource:  thedailyguardianRelated NewsAug 31st, 2022

first sports bulletin

football MADRID, June 14 (Prensa Latina) Presenting a book on the history of Boca Juniors might seem a formidable challenge, unless the authors talk about.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJun 14th, 2022

Kamala Harris’s husband Doug Emhoff to be first ‘second gentleman’

When Kamala Harris makes history as the first woman and first Black US vice president, her husband Doug Emhoff will break his own new ground: as the original “second husband.” Media and entertainment lawyer Douglas Emhoff is seen here with his wife Kamala Harris after she took part in the vice presidential debate in Salt Lake City, Utah on October 27, 2020; he will make history as America’s first “second husband” (AFP/ MANILA BULLETIN) Harris and Emhoff, who married in 2014 — she for the first time, he for the second — will also be the first mixed-race couple to occupy their positions. He is white while she is the daughter of Indian and Jamaican immigrants. Both are 56. The contours of Emhoff’s new role as the nation’s “second husband” — some prefer “second gentleman” — have yet to be determined; he has been vague about his plans so far.  Traditionally, the spouses of presidents and vice presidents have been expected to forge a careful balance of supportiveness and independence. Many pick a charitable cause to promote. Emhoff, who was credited as a “secret weapon” on the campaign trail for his wife — even earning his own following on social media — is an accomplished lawyer specializing in media, sports and entertainment law. He took leave in August from the multinational DLA Piper, which has lobbying offices in Washington. That could raise prickly conflicts of interest with Harris’s work. Emhoff has been publicly vague about whether he will stay with the firm, though he ha stold interviewers he might want to pursue pro bono legal work. Emhoff marks another milestone: he would be the first Jew to be part of America’s first or second families. Friends have described him as a less-than-observant Jew but one who identifies strongly with, and is deeply shaped by, Judaism.  The Jewish publication Forward embraced him as the “Second Mensch.” When its reporter asked Emhoff’s mother Barbara about his religious upbringing, she was coy, but offered: “He was bar mitzvahed in New Jersey, I can tell you that.” Born in Brooklyn and raised in New Jersey, he is said to have happy memories of Jewish summer camp, where he won athletic awards. While in high school, his father moved the family to Los Angeles. Emhoff earned a law degree at the University of Southern California, then worked at other law firms before reaching DLA Piper. When Emhoff met Harris on a blind date arranged by friends, it was “love at first sight,” he later said.  His children by his first marriage — Cole, named after John Coltrane, and Ella, named after Ella Fitzgerald — have embraced their stepmother as “Momala.”  Emhoff’s ex-wife Kerstin Mackin remains friendly and even joins the family at Thanksgiving. The “second husband-elect,” incidentally, shares one thing with Donald Trump: both are avid golfers.  .....»»

Category: newsSource: NewsNov 8th, 2020

3 killed as sports car slams into truck in Bacolod City

BACOLOD CITY – A businessman and his two companions succumbed to severe injuries when their Ford Mustang crashed into a 10-wheeler truck loaded with sugarcane along Circumferential Road in Barangay Villamonte here early Tuesday. Three persons were killed when a Ford Mustang hit a 10-wheeler truck loaded with sugarcane along Circumferential road in Barangay Villamonte, Bacolod City Tuesday. (Photo courtesy of Bacolod City Police Office / MANILA BULLETIN) Killed in the accident were businessman Stanley Flores, and his passengers Welton Porcel and Mark John Porcel, a nephew. They were all residents of Barangay Villamonte, according to the police. Police Station 4 Head Maj. Charles Gever said Flores was behind the wheel of the speeding Mustang, and was tailing the truck driven by Michael Mejica, 42, and of Kabankalan City, Negros Occidental, when the car crashed into the much larger vehicle. The car smashed into the truck’s rear end, and even went under it, pinning down Flores and his companions. Gever said the victims died instantly. The accident happened around 1 a.m. Gever said Mejica thought his tire exploded at the time of the crash. But when he went down the truck to check, he discovered the Mustang already pinned down under the vehicle. Gever said they could not yet tell what really caused the accident, as investigation was ongoing as of press time. He said Mejica was under police custody, and will be released from detention if no charges will be filed against him within the reglementary period......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsOct 13th, 2020

PBA dreams within reach at Letran, says ex-UST Tiger Rhenz Abando

RHENZ ABANDO (UAAP image) Rhenz Abando says that his transfer to defending NCAA champion Letran from embattled University of Santo Tomas is more than just a school-to-school move, but one that would likely benefit his career in the long run because of the opportunities he thinks he would get with the Knights.  Abando – one of three former UST players who changed address from España to Intramuros – met Tuesday with Knights mentor Bonnie Tan and Alfrancis Chua, sports director of San Miguel Miguel Corporation, which backs the school’s basketball program. “May mga opportunities kasi sa Letran, mga coaches nila nasa PBA na din,” says Abando, referring to Tan – team manager of GlobalPort – and Barangay Ginebra San Miguel guard LA Tenorio, who is part of Letran’s coaching staff, in an interview Wednesday with Manila Bulletin. “Magiging malaking tulong sa improvement ko as a player, siempre goal ko is makatuntong din sa PBA. Saka ang Letran Dominican school din naman kaya mas pinili ko na doon lumipat.” Aside from Tan and Tenorio, there’s also Chua, who coached PBL Grand Slam champion Stag in the mid-90s and the PBA teams of Tanduay, Sta. Lucia Realty and Barangay Ginebra San Miguel, also represents SMC, which owns Ginebra, Magnolia Hotshots and San Miguel Beer in the pros, and volleyball team Petron Blaze in the PSL. Chua, in an interview Tuesday, said that Letran players are well taken care of by SMC similar to what they do with professional athletes, exactly what was assured Abando, Brent Paraiso and Ira Bataller. “Siguro naniniwala sila sa system ng Letran at sa pag-aalaga ng San Miguel sa players. Alam nila kung paano kami magpatakbo ng team,” said Chua, also the governor of Ginebra in the PBA board. “Hindi sila nagkamali sa pagpili sa Letran, kasi kung paano kami mag-alaga ng players sa professional, ganun din sa collegiate level. Malaking karagdagan sila sa team, siguro mas sasaya ang mga ka-Arriba natin.” Abando begged off to comment when asked the other schools that sought his services, although sources said Letran’s arch nemesis San Beda University, as well as De La Salle University, tried to recruit the La Union native. He, however, may have indirectly answered questions of offers from a UAAP school when he said he doesn’t want to play in the same league where his former alma mater is a member. “Ayoko na din kasi maglaro sa UAAP dahil ayoko din makalaban ang UST,” said Abando. “Baka kasi kapag madinig ko yung “GO USTe” baka play ng UST gawin ko or depensahan ko mga kakampi ko. Kaya din mas pinili ko ang NCAA kesa sa UAAP ako maglaro,” Abando added in jest. The decision to leave UST was not an easy thing to do, according to Abando, but he thanked his mother Lorena for the guidance, saying: “Mother ko yung tumulong sa akin… hindi madali e.” Abando, Paraiso and Bataller need to serve one-year residency as per NCAA guidelines for transferees. After that, both Abando and Paraiso have two years to play while Bataller has three more.  Although the addition of the 6-foot-5 Bataller and the 6-foot-2 Paraiso are considered important for the Knights, it was the recruitment of the 6-foot-4 Abando that really made the difference. After two seasons with the Philippine College Science and Technology in Calasiao, Pangasinan, Abando transferred to UST in 2019 and played one season – the 82nd UAAP where he helped the Tigers reach the final against eventual champion Ateneo Blue Eagles. i.....»»

Category: newsSource: NewsSep 9th, 2020

Philippine Sports History: U-Tex stuns Toyota for 1980 PBA Open Conference title

U-Tex defeated Toyota 99-98 in overtime to capture the @pbaconnect Open crown on this day in 1980. Coach Tommy Manotoc and the Wranglers won despite trailing by four with 16 seconds left in regulation. It was later described as “the PBA’s longest 16 seconds” Tommy Manotoc continues to feel a sense of accomplishment 40 years after steering U-Tex to one of the most incredible title victories in PBA history. “(Beating) Toyota was an achievement that we felt like we did a lot,” Manotoc said in June when he appeared in the Usapang Basketball webinar. The manner by how the Wranglers claimed the PBA Open Conference crown on Aug. 2, 1980 with a 99-98 overtime win at the Araneta Coliseum is a good reason why Manotoc should describe it in such a way. U-Tex was supposed to be on the losing end of the best-of-five series after being down by four points with 16 seconds remaining. But in a stunning turnaround, the Wranglers were able to force the game into overtime where they were able to complete the remarkable triumph. Toyota was supposed to have the title won when Francis Arnaiz scored a layup to make it 94-90. There was jubilation all around the Tamaraws bench and their fans while the Wranglers were on the brink of paying dearly for making a curious gamble in Game 4. U-Tex trailed by as many as 21 points, but tried to mount a comeback by pulling within nine early in the payoff period. But Manotoc chose to do the unthinkable by sitting out his starters, namely Bogs Adornado and even imports Glenn McDonald and Aaron James. Toyota would pull away to force a rubber match while Manotoc dealt with the responsibility of explaining his decision. “The game was totally lost for us and it was useless fighting when I knew we could not win anymore,” said Manotoc after the game, adding that U-Tex management supported his strategy. “I told management that if we could not lower Toyota’s margin to five points early in the fourth quarter, I will be forced to rest my top guns,” added Manotoc, then just 31. “We played badly. I’m happy it happened tonight.” Manotoc, according to newspaper accounts, later said that he quoted a Chinese proverb which stated: “One step backward and two steps forward.” Criticism spilled into the opinions section of the major dailies. “No amount of rationalization will convince basketball ‘aficionados to believe the U-Tex team did not throw the game away for a consideration,” wrote Bulletin Today columnist Jesus Bigornia.  “For their dispirited showing, compounded by the suspicion they have been ‘reached,’ the Wranglers became the butt of jeers and the object of balled-up newspapers thrown onto the hard court. Even the most ardent ‘Wrangler’ fans hung their heads in shame,” added Bigornia. There was determination for U-Tex to silence the critics with a crew powered by Adornado, who was looking to add a championship to his major comeback after joining the Wranglers following a rash of injuries that hounded him during his days with the Crispa Redmanizers. There’s also McDonald, who four years earlier played a key role in the Boston Celtics’ epic triple overtime win over the Phoenix Suns in Game 5 of the NBA Finals, former New Orleans Jazz cager James, ex-La Salle star Lim Eng Beng and Fritz Gaston. But even that determined spirit looked like it would go for naught when Arnaiz’s layup gave he Tamaraws that 94-90 lead. Manotoc, however, was not giving up without trying. “Percentage-wise, medyo tapos na,” he said during the Usapang Basketball webinar. “But I said don’t give up.” James scored a quick basket on the return play to cut the gap to two. Prior to that, Manotoc, known for his emphasis on defense throughout his coaching career, had instructions to wait for the pass and go for the steal, with McDonald tasked to intercept the inbound given his athleticism. And lo and behold, McDonald got the interception off Tuadles’ inbound before getting fouled by Arnaiz, subsequently making two pressure-packed free throws that sent Game 5 into overtime. The Wranglers trailed again in the extension 98-96 but Lim Eng Beng hit a free throw off Ramon Fernandez’s sixth foul before Adornado delivered the go-ahead shot with over a minute to go. Adornado’s basket eventually became the match winner as U-Tex became a two-time champion, repeating the feat after its 1978 second conference triumph where it beat Crispa. Manotoc reflected on the previous game. “Who knows, maybe it was those six minutes of rest which gave my boys the extra strength to pull off that win. The victory certainly was a vindication on our part,” Manotoc said after being given a victory ride. For Toyota import Andy Fields, the loss still lingers to this day. “That was the worst loss in my entire career,” lamented Fields during an episode of An Eternity of Basketball weeks ago. Now 71 years old, it seems that Manotoc couldn’t still figure out how his Wranglers did it in the most unimaginable fashion. “In fairness to Toyota, they thought they had it won, which ordinarily you do with four points and 16 seconds (remaining),” he said, “The basketball gods favored us then. It’s a rarity in basketball, especially at those levels and playing a very high caliber team with very seasoned players.”.....»»

Category: newsSource: NewsAug 2nd, 2020

SBP supports FIBAs plans for esports Manila Bulletin Sports

SBP supports FIBA's plans for esports Manila Bulletin Sports Manila Bulletin.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilanewsRelated NewsJun 24th, 2020

FIBA Esports Open- PH squad to take on Indonesia Manila Bulletin Sports

FIBA Esports Open: PH squad to take on Indonesia Manila Bulletin.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilanewsRelated NewsJun 19th, 2020

Mayweather open to building boxing academy in Philippines with Pacquiao

After enjoying much success in his career, sports icon Floyd Mayweather Jr. is looking to give back to the future stars of the boxing ring......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsOct 1st, 2022

Mascariñas, 3×3 basketball godfather donates P1.4M and sports equipment to Sisters of Mary School Girlstown

CEBU CITY, Philippines — The country’s “Godfather of 3×3 basketball” Ronald Mascariñas has extended his generosity to the Sisters of Mary School Girlstown by donating a whopping P1.4-million and other pledges on Friday, September 30, 2022. Mascariñas is in Cebu for the biggest 3×3 basketball tournament in the Queen City of the South’s history, the […] The post Mascariñas, 3×3 basketball godfather donates P1.4M and sports equipment to Sisters of Mary School Girlstown appeared first on Cebu Daily News......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsSep 30th, 2022

Gentle Giants to play Kaya Iloilo in Cebu on Oct. 9

CEBU CITY, Philippines — Cebuano football fans can finally cheer their beloved Cebu Football Club (CFC) Gentle Giants as they are scheduled to make their first home match on Oct. 9, 2022 against former PFL champions, the Kaya FC Iloilo, in the second round of the Philippines Football League (PFL) at the Dynamic Herb-Borromeo Sports […] The post Gentle Giants to play Kaya Iloilo in Cebu on Oct. 9 appeared first on Cebu Daily News......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsSep 30th, 2022

Padding, cricket and polo are not Olympic sports

09.28.2022 2:31 pm At the Olympic Games every four years, we can see a great variety of sports and sports activities practiced by people from.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsSep 29th, 2022

Filipino sports exec named to important FIVB post

MANILA - The International Volleyball Federation (FIVB) has reaffirmed the appointment of Ramon "Tats" Suzara as Secretary of the FIVB Volleyball Empowerment Commission during the FIVB 38th World Congress held over the weekend in Arnhem, The Netherlands.In the same event, the FIVB also named.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philippinetimesRelated NewsSep 28th, 2022

Davao Region logs 677 new Covid-19 cases

DAVAO CITY - Davao Region has logged 677 new coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) cases from Sept. 19-25, according to the regional Department of Health (DOH-11) office on Tuesday.In its weekly case bulletin, DOH-11 said the rate is lower by nine percent than the cases reported on Sept. 12-1.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philippinetimesRelated NewsSep 28th, 2022

Davao Region logs 677 new Covid-19 cases

DAVAO CITY - Davao Region has logged 677 new coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) cases from Sept. 19-25, according to the regional Department of Health (DOH-11) office on Tuesday.In its weekly case bulletin, DOH-11 said the rate is lower by nine percent than the cases reported on Sept. 12-1.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilanewsRelated NewsSep 28th, 2022

‘Angas ng Cebu’ Gabunilas has opponent for Oct. 15 fight

CEBU CITY, Philippines—World Boxing Council (WBC) Asian Boxing Council No. 2 ranked minimumweight John Paul “Angas ng Cebu” Gabunilas found a suitable opponent for his bout in the undercard of  “Engkwentro VII” on October 15, 2022 at the Consolacion Sports Complex in Consolacion town, northern Cebu. The 22-year-old hard-hitting Gabunilas of Barangay Pardo, Cebu City […] The post ‘Angas ng Cebu’ Gabunilas has opponent for Oct. 15 fight appeared first on Cebu Daily News......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsSep 28th, 2022

Tri-cities offer free anti-rabies vaccination, spay, castration on World Anti-Rabies Day

MANDAUE CITY, Philippines — In line with the celebration of World Anti-Rabies Day on Sept. 28, an anti-rabies vaccination, spay, and castration of pet animals were conducted at the Mandaue City Cultural and Sports Complex on Tuesday, September 27. Over 100 cats and dogs were able to avail of the services. The activity is organized […] The post Tri-cities offer free anti-rabies vaccination, spay, castration on World Anti-Rabies Day appeared first on Cebu Daily News......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsSep 27th, 2022

Davao Occidental niyanig ng M-5.1 quake

MANILA, Philippines- Niyanig ng magnitude 5.1 na lindol ang Davao Occidental nitong Linggo, ayon sa Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (PHIVOLCS). Sa isang bulletin, sinabi ng PHIVOLCS na naitala ang lindol ng alas-7:16 ng gabi. May lalim ito na 146 kilometro at epicenter na 122 km silangan ng Sarangani. Naitala ng Phivolcs ang sumusunod […] The post Davao Occidental niyanig ng M-5.1 quake appeared first on REMATE ONLINE......»»

Category: newsSource:  remateRelated NewsSep 26th, 2022

iOS 16.0.2: Apple releases a new debug update | iPhone | Mobile phones | nda | nnni | sports game

After several beta versions, the version finally came out iOS 16 For the general public, which will integrate innovative features such as screen customization, and.....»»

Category: newsSource:  thedailyguardianRelated NewsSep 25th, 2022

Karen Davila calls for help for street sweeper hit, ran over by SUV in Parañaque

Karen Davila asked the public for help for a 63-year-old female street sweeper who suffered severe injuries after she was hit and was run over by a sports utility vehicle (SUV) in Parañaque. The broadcaster showed a CCTV footage of the incident where the victim, Doreen Bacus, was seen sweeping the street when the vehicle hit her, […] The post Karen Davila calls for help for street sweeper hit, ran over by SUV in Parañaque appeared first on Cebu Daily News......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsSep 25th, 2022