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Ladies tennis meet set at Manila Polo

THE Philippine Ladies Tennis League 2018 kicks off in Manila Polo on Monday up to October 19 with players from 18 teams seeing action...

Yates overtakes Sagan to top world rankings

WITH his victory in the Vuelta a España, Mitchelton-Scott’s Simon Yates overtook Peter Sagan to move into the lead of the International Cycling Union...

Southwoods leads Pradera by 3 points

DAVAO CITY – Manila Southwoods will take a three-point lead over defending champion Pradera Verde going into the final round of the 13th Philippine Airlines...

Woods proud to be back at East Lake for FedEx Cup...

ATLANTA—Tiger Woods is facing long odds of capturing the FedEx Cup and the $10-million bonus. That’s all relative this year. Just having his own parking spot...

Wawrinka reaches quarters in Saint Petersburg Open

SAINT PETERSBURG, Russia—Stan Wawrinka kept his injury comeback on track with a hard-fought win over Karen Khachanov to reach the quarterfinals of the Saint...

Osaka dominant on return to action in Japan

TOKYO—Naomi Osaka’s homecoming couldn’t have gone much better. Playing in her first tournament since winning the US Open, third-seeded Osaka impressed her Japanese fans on...

Del Rosario, princess of endurance sports in Batang Pinoy National Championships

BAGUIO CITY—Nicole Marie del Rosario pedaled and ran her way to three gold medals in cycling and duathlon to emerge as the princess of...

Gin Kings battle Elite

BARANGAY Ginebra San Miguel and Blackwater clash in battle of unbeaten leaders  in the Philippine Basketball Association Governors’ Cup on Friday at the Smart...

No Ronaldo? No problem for Madrid, Juventus in Champs League

GENEVA—Real Madrid managed to win easily in the Champions League without Cristiano Ronaldo. So did Juventus, after its superstar signing was tearfully sent off...

Southwoods hangs on to slim lead in PAL Ladies Interclub

MANILA Southwoods hung on to a slim three-point lead over defending champion Pradera Verde on Thursday, promising a thrilling weekend in the 13th Philippine Airlines...

Red Lions prevail; Codinera quits as Chiefs coach

Robert Bolick put on a scoring clinic in the third quarter as San Beda overpowered Emilio Aguinaldo College (EAC), 76-57, on Thursday to continue...

North, South Korea to bid for 2032 games

PYONGYANG, North Korea—North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and South Korean President Moon Jae-in said in a statement on Wednesday that the countries planned...

Esports giant Riot Games lands major deal

NEW YORK—Esports giant Riot Games is adding its first global sponsor, even as the company behind League of Legends contends with backlash over claims...

Manila Southwoods up by 5 at PAL Ladies Interclub

FIVE-TIME champion Manila Southwoods drew balanced scoring from three players to take a five-shot lead over defending titlist Pradera Verde at the start of...

Prince of gymnastics

BAGUIO CITY—Karl Eldrew Yulo lived up to expectations and collected seven gold medals for Manila in boys’ artistic gymnastics in the Batang Pinoy National...

Falcons turn back Pasaol, Warriors

Alvin Pasaol exploded for another scoring exhibition for University of the East (UE), but Sean Manganti and the Adamson University Soaring Falcons had the...

With Yates’ win at Vuelta, British domination is complete

PARIS—When Lance Armstrong won the last of his seven Tour de France titles back in 2005, there was not a single British rider on...

Hamilton has 5th F1 title in sight

SINGAPORE—Lewis Hamilton sounds unsure of just one thing: whether Ferrari can bounce back after he dealt another crushing blow to Sebastian Vettel’s title hopes. Hamilton...

Osaka watches sumo match, and she likes it

TOKYO—Naomi Osaka showed how deep her Japanese roots run: She went to watch Japan’s national sport of sumo and said she liked it. Osaka is...

Swimmers, cyclists make presence felt

BAGUIO CITY—Five swimmers took to the pool unmindful of the chilling water and scooped a third gold medal each, while budding cyclists gave a...