Tag: SEA Games
Philippine pole vault sensation Ernest John Obiena is doing more than just winning medals for his country - he's giving back to the community in a unique way.
The 12 Days of Good News Pilipinas presents the top and trending Filipino Pride Stories of 2022 that received the most love and attention from our readers.
Filipino triathletes Katrina Salazar, Moira Erediano, and Francisco Baniqued conquered the land and sea with their gold and silver podium finishes at the Southeast Asian Triathlon Association (SEATA) Race held in Desaru, Malaysia.
Team Philippines has claimed 30 golds, 34 silvers, and 44 bronze medals to currently rank third among Southeast Asian nations in the ongoing 31st Southeast Asian Games (SEA Games) happening now in Hanoi, Vietnam.
Filipina tennis champion Alexandra "Alex" Eala has climbed to her professional career-high Top 400 rank ahead of her Southeast Asian Games (SEA Games) debut this May.
Filipino tennis champions Treat Huey, Ruben Gonzales, and Francis Alcantara recently won doubles titles in their respective international tournaments in the United States and Egypt, showing them in top form for the 31st Southeast Asian (SEA) Games in Vietnam this May 12-23, 2022.
Filipina Jiu-Jitsu athlete Annie Ramirez has qualified to compete in the 2022 World Games which will take place in Birmingham, Alabama, U.S.A.
The Philippines' Jack Danielle Animam has made history as the first homegrown Filipina baller to play professionally in Europe after signing with Radnicki Kragujevac of the First Women's Basketball League of Serbia.
Cebuana Margielyn Didal has been nominated for the 2020 Asia Skater of the Year award in the first-ever Asia Skateboarding Awards.
Filipino athlete Rodolfo Llena Reyes Jr. has won the gold at the 2020 Lents Taekwondo Worldwide Online Poomsae Open held virtually amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Kristina Knott of the Philippines made history on Sunday after breaking another 33-year-old Southeast Asian Games (SEA Games) record, this time in the 100-meter dash.
Filipino surfer Roger Casugay will receive the Pierre de Coubertin Act of Fair Play trophy in recognition of his heroic deed during the 2019 Southeast Asian (SEA) Games, where he saved a fellow competitor from drowning.