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    MANILA, Philippines – Four-time Olympic Gold Medal diver, Greg Louganis, will continue to serve as Sports Director for this year’s upcoming Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series - Season 11. The World Series will kick-off on April 12th in the Small and Big Lagoons located in Miniloc Island, El Nido, Palawan. This year will mark the first time the event comes to the Philippines and will likewise be the only Asian stop of the 2019 series.

    NBA Hall of Famer Kareem Abdul-Jabbar has received almost every honor that a basketball player could hope to garner in a career. He’s arguably the most decorated basketball player in the history of the sport. But now the master of the “Sky Hook,” has decided to sell some of his most prized memorabilia.

    In total, Abdul-Jabbar put 234 lots of memorabilia — including four of his six NBA championship rings — for sale through Goldin Auctions, with “much of the proceeds” going to his Skyhook Foundation charity that helps kids learn about science, technology, engineering, and math.” The items sold for in excess of $2,947,872.25.

    Former WWE legend King Kong Bundy has died, the wrestling company announced Tuesday. He was 61. The New Jersey native, whose real name is Christopher Pallies, was known for his enormous stature inside the ring.

    Pallies became a larger-than-life professional wrestling star and lost to Hulk Hogan in the then-WWF main event at WrestleMania 2 in 1986. The now-WWE offered its condolences on its website Tuesday morning.

    Warrior, based on the writings of Martial Arts Legend Bruce Lee, makes its official debuts on April 5 on Cinemax.

    Cinemax has released the official trailer and key art for the drama series Warrior, which begins its ten-episode season FRIDAY, APRIL 5 (10:00–11:00 p.m. ET/PT). Fast and Furious director Justin Lin, and Banshee co-creator Jonathan Tropper, as executive producers. Lee’s daughter, Shannon, is also an executive producer

    The 14th season of the San Beda Basketball Camp is set this April at the Mendiola and Taytay campuses.

    Registration is now open for interested parties, who may contact Oliver Quiambao at 735-6011, local 2104, or at 0929-1971071, or through camp organizer Edmundo Badolato at 0908-8624543.

    Pushing 70 years old, Tommy Manotoc will return to action in the 33rd Philippine Airlines Seniors Interclub golf team championships set to kick off on Feb. 27 in Cebu City.

    Manotoc, one of the most accomplished players in Interclub history, missed the last two staging of the annual event and feigned surprise he was called for duty again by Canlubang to spearhead its title-retention bid.

    Far Eastern University-Diliman and National University go for all the marbles in the one-game Final for the UAAP Season 81 juniors’ football championship Thursday (today) at the Moro Lorenzo Field.

    Kick-off is at 3 p.m.
    The Baby Tamaraws and the Bullpups battled to a scoreless draw in their two elimination-round meetings this season.

    The PVF-Tanduay Athletics Under 18 Boys and Girls Volleyball Championships proved to be another resounding success with the University of the Cordilleras of Baguio City and Balanga Volleyball Club of Bataan emerging champions over the weekend at the newly named Tanduay Athletics Volleyball Center (formerly known as Cantada Center) in Taguig City.

    The inaugural TRI-Factor Asian Series Run-Bike-Run 2019 duathlon event will launch in Clark, Pampanga on March 31.

    In this qualifying race for the 2019 Southeast Asian Games (SEAG) co-presented by Clark Development Corporation Bases Conversion and Development Authority, participants will test their racing skills through courses of Standard Distance (10-kilometer run–40 km bike–5 km run), Sprint Distance (5 km run–20 km bike–2.5 km run) and Super Sprint Distance (2.5 km run–10 km bike–2.5 km run). The run segments will be held at Clark parade grounds while the cycling will take place along Clark Speedway.

    The Philippine Paralympic Committee officially kicked off the 10th ASEAN Para Games (APG) on Friday, January 18, 2019  -- exactly a year before the event takes place on January 2020 -- at the Novotel Manila in Quezon City.

    Stop bickering and start thinking of the gold medal in the 30th Southeast Asian Games in Manila.

    This was the advise of 2019 SEAG chef de mission Monsour del Rosario as he urged fellow sports officials and athletes to set aside their differences and work together to ensure the country’s success in the biennial competition scheduled in Manila, Subic and Clark on Nov. 30-Dec. 11.

    ANG self taught PH Rubik’s Cube wizards na si Clarence Kinsey Galuno-Orozco ay masisilayan ang kanyang husay sa pag-arangkada ng Cavite Open 2018 sa Disyembre 22 na gaganapin sa Pagkalingawan's Pavillion, number 341 F. Roman Street, Pagkalingawan's Pavillion, Pinagtipunan sa General Trias City, Cavite na inorganisa nina Mr. Richard Espinosa at WCA (World Cube Association) delegate Mr. Bille Janssen Lagarde.