PSC forms body to end infighting within NSAs

Calvin D. Cordova 02/11/2017

Enough is enough. The Philippine Sports Commission (PSC) has vowed to restore order by forming a body that will look into various controversies and infightings within various national sports associations (NSAs). PSC Commissioner Ramon Fernandez revealed that…

Kyla Soguilon: Role model for young athletes

Glendale G. Rosal 01/31/2017

WITH Kyla Ong Soguilon being named as the Philippine Sportswriters Association (PSA) Junior Athlete of the Year for third straight year, no one can be prouder than her father, Kokoy. The 12-year-old swimmer from Kalibo, Aklan was…

Boy recovers from drowning

Norman V. Mendoza 01/30/2017

A 10-YEAR-OLD boy is confined in a hospital after he was found unconscious in a resort’s swimming pool in Barangay Agus, Lapu-Lapu City last Sunday afternoon. Rigie Pocong, a resident of Sitio Suba-Masulog in Barangay Basak, Lapu-Lapu…

PB laws committee backs DENR-7 geodetic survey on Alegria-Badian

Izobelle T. Pulgo 12/18/2016

The Cebu Provincial Board committee on laws and review on ordinances has approved a resolution passed by the municipality of Alegria which declared full support for the results of a relocation survey conducted by the Department of…

PB OKs deal to bring P7.5M to two towns

Izobelle T. Pulgo 12/12/2016

Two towns in the province of Cebu will get a boost in their tourism industry once funds worth P7.5 million for the building of tourist information centers will be released. This developed after the Cebu Provincial Board…

Exec says Miss U activities prove Cebu safe

Victor Anthony V. Silva 12/11/2016

THE fact that Miss Universe organizers pushed through with its activities in southern Cebu despite a travel advisory issued last month shows how safe the area really is, a tourism official said. “US advisory or no advisory,…

Webmasters storm ahead

Calvin D. Cordova 11/11/2016

This year’s Cebu City Olympics is shaping up to be another tight duel between the University of Cebu (UC) Webmasters and the University of San Carlos (USC) Warriors. The two powerhouse schools came up with good harvests…

2 drowned Sunday

Michaela Jaycel L. Dolores, Rene F. Alima 09/26/2016

Two people drowned in separate incidents in Cebu last Sunday. Around noon last Sunday, a five-year-old child drowned in a swimming pool in a resort in Barangay Tungkil, Minglanilla town, southern Cebu. According to Manolo Delgado, son…

Fil-Am tanker chases Olympic dream in US trials for Brazil

John Carlo Villaruel 06/26/2016

He was snubbed at home. Now Filipino-American swimmer Maxime Rooney is left with no choice but to take his wares to another team. Today, Rooney opens his bid to snag a ticket to Rio by competing in…

CBM tankers make waves in CCSC summer activity

James Nicole Franz R. Savellon 06/02/2016

FOUR tankers from the Cebu City Blue Marlins (CBM) Swimming Club put up an impressive showing to help the team rule the Cebu City Sports Center (CCSC) Summer Swimming Age-Group Activity last May 29 at the Cebu…

Cebu-Prisaa bares fangs in regional meet

James Nicole Franz R. Savellon, John Carlo Villaruel, Rabboni Centino Borbon 02/28/2016

Powerhouse Cebu City left no one in doubt in its domination of the regional Private Schools Athletic Association (Prisaa) Meet, stacking up gold medals at will including 23 in the centerpiece athletics events at the Cebu City…

Beach-bound

Margie and Stephen Zenz 02/24/2016

SUMMER  is almost here! The best time to hit the beach. Who doesn’t get drawn to  azure waters and pristine beaches? Island hopping, snorkeling, scuba diving, surfing—endless possibilities. Bring a book, hang out with friends, take pictures,…

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