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“Kamustahan lang dahil na-miss namin kayo.” With only two months before the year ends, Philippine Sports Commission (PSC) Chairman William Ramirez took time to pause and reconnect with current Olympics-bound athletes’ Carlos Yulo, EJ Obiena, Eumir Marcial and Irish Magno in a Zoom call last night.

Pinatikas pa ng Philippine Taekwondo Association (PTA) ang  pagdaos ng Speed Kicking Online Tournament kabilang na ang mga kanugnog bansa sa Southeast Asia, gayundin ang iba pang lugar sa mundo na unang nagsimula sa Pilipinas ngayong 2020.

 
Quezon City  – Bilang pangunang gamit pangkaligtasan, kinakailangan magsuot ng  helmets ngayon ang mga bicycle rider habang bumabagtas sa kalsadahan ng Lungsod Quezon.

BAGUIO CITY – Makakapagbulsa na ang mga Baguio athlete na nanalo sa pang- internasyunal na kompetisyon nung nakaraang taon kasama na ang Southeast Asian Games (SEAG), ng kanilang insentibo  mula sa city government sa lalong madaling panahon matapos na aprubahan ng  City Council na ilipat ang pondo para sa nasabing layunin. 

While the holding of big sports events may not yet be in the offing, several Philippine Basketball Association (PBA) players and coaches, specifically from Bulacan and Pampanga, yesterday expressed high hopes that San Miguel Corporation’s P734-billion new Manila International Airport project in Bulakan town as part of the country’s post-Covid-19 recovery, will give Philippine sports a big shot in the arm.