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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.

The explosions in Sri Lanka on Sunday, which killed more than 200 people and injured hundreds, were the deadliest violence in the country since its civil war ended a decade ago.

The Easter Sunday blasts were different from the violence that characterized the civil war. That war was fought largely along national and ethnic lines. On Sunday, churches were among the sites targeted.

Like most golf fans, Steph Curry was thrilled with Tiger Woods' triumph in the Masters. Curry, an excellent golfer in his own right, tweeted that Tiger's victory Sunday was the "greatest comeback in sports."

Cleveland Cavaliers fans immediately took notice.

EL NIDO, Palawan — Record winners Gary Hunt of Great Britain and Rhiannan Iffland of Australia dominated in the opening stop of the 2019 Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series

After winning the final four stops last year, seven-time champion Hunt began this season where he left off – the brilliant Brit is unbeaten in five competitions across seasons.

More than 500 kids from various Mindanao provinces received world class basketball instruction from Jr. NBA coaches led by Coach Carlos Barroca of the NBA and former PBA players Tony dela Cruz and Willie Miller at Fr. Saturnino Urios University in Butuan City on April 13-14. Jr. NBA, the league’s youth basketball development program, continues to stage camps nationwide in its 12th consecutive year to teach fundamental skills and values of the game and hone the next generation of Filipino athletes.

In a stunning move before the Lakers' season finale against Portland, Magic Johnson announced he was stepping down from his role as the team's president of basketball of operations. The decision comes just over two years after taking on the position in an effort to restore one of the league's most storied franchises to championship contention.

Seven boys and six girls topped the Regional Selection Camp of Jr. NBA Philippines 2019 presented by Alaska held at St. Louis of Don Bosco in Dumaguete City on March 30-31. The 13 young basketball players will represent Visayas at the National Training Camp in Metro Manila on May 17-19.

Dumaguete hosted the league’s youth basketball participation program for the first time, providing campers with world-class basketball instruction from Jr. NBA coaches led by Jr. NBA Coach Rob Newson and former PBA players Tony Dela Cruz and Willie Miller. The selected athletes excelled in a combination of basketball activities and competition and demonstrated the core values of the game throughout the camp.

MANILA, Philippines – On the lead up to the upcoming Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series – Season 11 kick-off in El Nido, Palawan, World Series Champions Rhiannan Iffland (AUS) and Gary Hunt (GBR) have embarked on a cliff diving safari in South Africa.

The record-breaking duo, Iffland and Hunt, scouted a number of locations that included majestic cataract falls and what is regarded as the greenest canyon on Earth at the Drakensberg escarpment in eastern Mpumalanga, South Africa. Iffland and Hunt found themselves particularly taken by Bourke’s Luck Potholes as an untouched diving spot.