Pinoy fighters wow in Asia’s martial arts event ‘Iron Will’
Two Pinoy prides have emerged as winners at the recently held ONE: IRON WILL, Asia’s largest martial arts event. Through global sports media provider ONE Championship, the most-awaited martial arts championship happened in Bangkok, Thailand late March. At the co-main event, Jeremy “The Jaguar” Miado of the Philippines showed his determination to win the battle… (0 comment)

Duterte vows to continue support for Filipino athletes
President Rodrigo Duterte believes the annual multi-sport event in the country could hasten the Filipino youth to leading the Philippines. In the opening ceremonies of the Palarong Pambansa 2018, the President stressed this could further unleash the potentials of youth-athletes. “More than just a showcase of the Filipino youth’s talents and skills in the field… (0 comment)

PH-led group to host 2023 FIBA World Cup, tops highlights in Asia’s basketball industry
2017 witnessed the festive moments of basketball fanatics from the region as the Philippine-led Asian consortium successfully secured the right to host the most awaited International Basketball Federation (FIBA) World Cup in 2023. Philippines, along with Japan and Indonesia, braved the bidding held last year against Argentina and Uruguay that also offer to host the… (0 comment)