Coo, Ancajas in in-person PSA Forum

THE Philippine Sportswriters Association (PSA) Forum goes face-to-face Tuesday with two great Filipino athletes gracing the session at the ground floor of the Philippine Sports Commission (PSC) Building inside the Rizal Memorial Sports Complex.

Former world boxing champion Jerwin Ancajas and PSC Commissioner Olivia “Bong” Coo make up the two-part program of the weekly Forum starting at 10 a.m.

Ancajas, who previously reigned as International Boxing Federation super flyweight champion, and jis long-time trainer Joven Jimenez will discuss their plans for 2023 after yielding his crown earlier this year to Fernando Martinez of Argentina.

Coo, the legendary Filipino bowler and four-time world champion, will talk about the inaugural PSC Martial Arts Festival set November 12 to 17 at the Rizal Memorial Coliseum.

Livestreamed via the PSA Facebook page, the Forum is presented by San Miguel Corp., Milo, PSC, Philippine Olympic Committee, Amelie Hotel Manila and the Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corp.

It is also aired on a delayed basis over Radyo Pilipinas 2, and shared on its official Facebook page.

PSA president Virgilio “Rey” Lachica, sports editor of Tempo, enjoins members to attend the public sports program. 


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