Filipino pole vault champion Ernest John "EJ" Obiena has just claimed his second straight gold medal of the year during the men's pole vault event of the PSD Bank Indoor Meeting in Dortmund, Germany.
Wesley So has won a historic second championship title at the Grand Chess Tour (GCT) over-the-board tournament after an undefeated run in five events.
Rising basketball superstar Ricci Rivero of the University of the Philippines (UP) Fighting Maroons marked his return to the University Athletics Association of the...
Teenage Filipino gymnast Carlos Edriel Yulo bested competitors to win a gold medal for the Philippines at the 2019 World Cup Gymnastics Finals held...
The Philippines' Alex Eala became the first Filipina to win a Grand Slam title at the Australian Open after she and Indonesian tennis partner Priska Madelyn Nugroho beat their opponents to claim the 2020 Australian Open Junior Girls' Doubles Title on Friday.
Filipino star imports in the Japan Basketball League are set to join the fans' meet and greet event that replaces the canceled Asian All-Star games this weekend. Japan B. League photos.
Ernest John "EJ" Obiena has just broken the Philippines' pole vault record with his silver-winning performance earlier today at the Irena Szwewinska Memorial/ Bydgosszcz Cup in Poland.
Champion pole vaulter Ernest John “EJ” Obiena has set new records for both Asia and the Philippines on his way to ruling the 17th Golden Roof Challenge in Innsbruck, Austria.
The Philippines' unbeaten boxer Reymart "Assassin" Gaballo is now the interim World Boxing Council (WBC) bantamweight champion of the world after winning his recent United States bout.
The Philippines' Sofia Frank has become the country's first female qualifier to the 2022 World Junior Figure Skating Championships in eight years.
More winning moments for Filipino athletes, this time from two teenage Filipina gymnasts who together took home five gold medals for the Philippines from...
Filipino Grandmaster (GM)Eugene Torre of the Philippines has been approved for entry into the World Chess Hall of Fame by the World Chess Federation (FIDE), making him the first man from Asia to receive the honor.