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Alaska Milk Corporation hosted a send-off basketball clinic for the 2019 Jr. NBA All-Stars of Jr. NBA Philippines 2019 presented by Alaska on June 12 at the Alaska Aces practice facility, the Gatorade Hoops Center in Mandaluyong. The All-Stars and the Jr. NBA Coaches of the Year will represent the country in the first-ever Jr. NBA Global Championship Asia Pacific Selection Camp at Universitas Pelita Harapan in Jakarta, Indonesia. Alaska Power Camp Director Jeffrey Cariaso and Head Coach Tony dela Cruz headed the short basketball camp, which served as an added preparation for the 10 All-Stars who will compete against other Jr. NBA All-Stars from Australia, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand and Vietnam.

Toronto star Kawhi Leonard filed a federal lawsuit against Nike on Monday, saying the footwear and apparel giant is blocking him from using a logo that he believes he owns.

The suit was filed on a travel day for the NBA Finals; Leonard and the Raptors flew to Oakland, California on Monday to begin preparing for Game 3 of the title series against the Golden State Warriors, a game that will be played Wednesday night.

MANILA, Philippines – Red Bull Reign, the largest open 3-on-3 street basketball tournament in the world, returns to the Philippines! On its third consecutive year as a nation-wide competition, the event will pit teams from Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao to square off at the Philippine Finals, on Saturday, June 29th, 2019 at the High Street Amphitheater in Bonifacio Global City. The winning team advances to the Global Finals this August in Toronto, Canada!

Philippine Sports Commission Chairman Butch Ramirez on Wednesday officially accepted the chef de mission portfolio offered by the Philippine Olympic Committee to lead the country’s bid in the coming 30th Southeast Asian Games.

But more than the acceptance of Ramirez, the gesture has brought back the needed stability, albeit on a temporary basis, to the volatile POC top brass wracked by infighting among the members of its executive board.

MANILA, Philippines — Malacañang has thrown its full support to the campaign of Philippine Olympic Committee president Ricky Vargas to set aside politics and focus on the hosting of the Southeast Asian Games.

Philippine Sports Commission chairman Butch Ramirez has also accepted his nomination as as chef-de-mission of Team Philippines in the SEA Games on Nov. 30 to Dec. 11.

DAVAO CITY — Around 200 young children participated in the 3rd Children’s Games at the Our Lady of Lourdes Parish at Central Park in Bangkal, this city, on Sunday.

Philippine Sports Commission (PSC) Chairman William “Butch” Ramirez said it was his first time to join the parade since the Children's Games was revived in May 2017.

HOST Davao region retained the third place in the overall medal tally by collecting a total of 70 gold medals, 104 silvers and 112 bronzes in the National Prisaa Games 2019 that officially closed Friday evening at the University of Mindanao (UM) Matina gym, Davao City.

Western Visayas lorded over 15 other regions with a harvest of 212 golds, 146 silvers and 97 bronzes while Central Visayas finished second by hauling 139 golds, 128 silvers and 80 bronzes.

SHANGHAI: China have demanded an apology and called for a life-time ban on a referee who controversially awarded gold to a British competitor at the World Taekwondo Championships.

China labeled it “a scandal” and “bizarre” after their Olympic champion Zheng Shuyin was disqualified from the women’s +73kg heavyweight final in Manchester on Friday.

The NBA’s rising stars are making a deep dive in the NBA Playoffs when action resumes with the Western Conference Finals pitting the defending champions Golden State Warriors against the Portland Trailblazers this Wednesday (May 15) at 9 am LIVE on ABS-CBN S+A.

Out in the east, the number one and number two seeds are also set to make their case in the Eastern Conference Finals on Thursday (May 16) as the Milwaukee Bucks take on the visiting Toronto Raptors at 9:30 am on ABS-CBN channel 2.

Former UFC women’s bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey has been on both sides of the spectrum of mixed martial arts and professional wrestling. During a recent sit-down with Megan Olivi, the UFC Hall-of-Famer went on to compare both, stating how there is more mental stress in fighting.

“It’s physical in a different way. The stress from fighting is much, much more,” Rousey said. “Someone could walk into this room right now and I’ll beat the f—k out of anyone in this planet. But it’s the training camp, and the weeks leading up to it, and the press, and just going to sleep every night, thinking about it, and all those things. That’s the real wear and tear, I feel like. Not the physical part of it so much. 

The Philippine taekwondo team will vie for honors in the open qualification tournament 1 for the 2019 World Taekwondo Grand Slam Champions Series on April 26-28 in Wuxi, China.

Carrying the colors of SMART/MVP Sports Foundation, the national taekwondo squad will be bannered by 10 jins—five male and five female—and two coaches, Carlos Jose Padilla V and Christian Al Dela Cruz.

Children who join Alaska Fortified IRONKIDS benefit in many different ways.

They not only become better at the sport, they also learn discipline and hard work which help them not just in sports but also in school and everyday life.

Damien Christoph P. Lapaz joined the Play Category in the 6 to 8 age category of the recent Aquathlon in Davao City. His mother Julie Palo-Lapaz said she was amazed at Damien’s growth after he joined IRONKIDS.