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  • After FIBA World Cup ouster, what's next for Gilas?

    The Filipino cagers are now in Beijing, hoping to move on from their losses and play for the right to compete in the Olympics next year. by Luisa Morales
  • Bolts take 2nd crack at Asia Champs Cup

    The Meralco Bolts will again carry the fight for the Philippines in the FIBA Asia Champions Cup next month in Bangkok, Thailand, seeking to crack the podium in their second outing in the Continental inter-club tilt. by Olmin Leyba
  • Some of rugby’s best missing from first World Cup in Asia

    The phone call was short. "I don't have long conversations with a lot of people," Owen Franks says with a rueful laugh. Even phone calls with New Zealand coach Steve Hansen, under whom Franks had been the starting tight-head prop for more than 10 years, and under whom Franks won

    The Washington Times
  • Gilas fans clamor for change after FIBA World Cup exit

    Basketball in the Philippines is like a religion, and after a dismal outing for Gilas Pilipinas in the World Cup, fans are starting to ask for change. by Luisa Morales
  • Long Road To Qatar 2022 World Cup Begins For Most Of Asia

    Most countries in Asia start their qualification campaigns for Qatar 2022 as round two of AFC qualification for the FIFA World Cup begins this September 2019 international break, Iran and South Korea both have local derbies to look forward to, while Group G sees four ASEAN sides going head to head.

  • World Cup qualifying intensifies in Asia with new FIFA rules

    Qualifying games in Asia for the 2022 World Cup intensify in September with two war-affected nations unable to host home games, and with updated FIFA rules implemented to help protect players' health and ensure match highlights are seen more widely. Yemen and Afghanistan will play their first "home" games in

    The Washington Times
  • Gilas Pilipinas now in China for FIBA World Cup mission

    The Filipino cagers arrived in China Thursday afternoon after wrapping up their World Cup preparations in the Philippines. by Luisa Morales