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Ramon Rafael Bonilla has been working in the BusinessMirror for almost two years. He started as a proofreader in mid-2015 and was transferred to the sports section as a reporter before the year ended. Ramon graduated with a degree of Bachelor in Journalism from Polytechnic University of the Philippines Manila. He is currently taking Masters of Asean Studies in University of the Philippines.

Rousing win in Doha

TEAM Pilipinas hurdled the first test but found itself in a maze of trouble in the last window of the Fiba World Cup...

Lady Spikers goes for 2nd win vs. Lady Falcons

DEFENDING champion De La Salle targets its second win when the Lady Spikers face the Adamson University Lady Falcons in the University Athletics Association...

Gilas downs Qatar

Team Pilipinas hurdled the first test but found itself in a maze of trouble in the last window of the Fiba...

Youth five faces tough challenge in Greece

THE national youth basketball team faces a tall order in the 2019 Fiba Under-19 World Cup in Heraklion, Greece, in June.

Lady Eagles slip past Tigresses

ATENEO bounced back from its season-opening loss with a 25-21, 25-18, 16-25, 25-22 victory over University of Santo Tomas (UST) in the University Athletic...

Doping body assures ‘clean’ Games

THE Philippine National Anti-Doping Organization (PHI-Nado) vowed to keep the 30th Southeast Asian Games “clean” as it asked the participating countries to implement stringent...

Fight for survival

TEAM Pilipinas fights for survival when it takes on Qatar in the first of the Philippines’s two crucial games in the final window...

Where to, skateboarding?

SKATEBOARDING, the sport that shoved Margielyn Didal to instant fame and fortune in last year’s Asian Games, have yet to secure a venue for...

UST Gals in tight win

UNIVERSITY of Santo Tomas (UST) displayed a resiliency the Tigresses would want to wield in Season 81 of the University Athletic Association of the...

U.A.A.P. volleyball gets going

THE University Athletic Association of the Philippines kicks off the highly anticipated volleyball season with four teams opening hostilities on Saturday at the Filoil...

Cayetano confident despite budget cut

PHILIPPINE Southeast Asian Games Organizing Committee (Phisgoc) Chairman Alan Peter Cayetano is confident of meeting budget requirements for the Games the country is hosting...

Senators spoil Southeast Asian Games fun?

ALAN PETER CAYETANO took a swipe at the Senate for slashing a third of the proposed funding for the country’s hosting of the...

P.B.A. gives way to Team PHL bid

ALASKA faces Blackwater and Rain or Shine meets Magnolia on Wednesday at the Mall of Asia Arena before the Philippine Basketball Association Philippine Cup...

Hot teams Rain or Shine, Phoenix try to fan streak

RAIN or Shine tries to extend its win streak to three while Phoenix hopes to keep its unbeaten run going as the top...

On Blatche’s shoulders lies team PHL’s chances

HEAD Coach Yeng Guiao believes that naturalized player Andray Blatche remains as the cornerstone of the national team that is cramming in training for...

Beermen try to check slump against similarly skidding Elite

FOUR teams try to salvage impressive wins to stay on track in the Philippine Basketball Association Philippine Cup that reaches its halfway mark of...

7-Eleven cycling team focuses on Olympics

THE country’s hosting of three International Cycling Union (UCI) races and local cyclists’ exposure in international events will greatly enhance the dream of qualifying...

SEAG swimming qualifier for Tokyo

THE International Swimming Federation or Fina has sanctioned the Philippine 30th Southeast Asian Games as a qualifier for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

Battle of Skidding Teams

DEFENDING champion San Miguel and Rain or Shine clash in a battle of teams hoping to get back on the winning track in...

Patafa athletes’ Lingayen training for SEAG on hold

Philippine Athletics Track and Field Association President Philip Ella Juico is eager to send the national athletes for a full-time training in...
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