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WITH barely a year left in her studies, three-time world wushu gold medalist Divine Wally is taking a break from competitions and will focus on schooling.
ATHLETES from different schools in the region are gearing for the Private Schools Association (Prisaa) meet to be held April in Iba, Zambales.
TEAM Lakay’s former world title contender and top strawweight fighter Joshua Pacio is set to see action inside the cage again on March 11 against Muay Thai specialist Dejdamrong Sor Amnuaysirichoke.
THE Department of Education in the Cordillera Administrative Region (DepEd-CAR) assured all athletes who represented their respective provinces during the Caraa will be given make up activities.
THREE Cordilleran athletes were honored during the annual Philippine Sportswriters Association awards together with the country’s top athletes held February 13 at the Le Pavillon at Pasay City.
AS THIS article is being written, the coldest recorded temperature here in Baguio City is 7.3 °C and around more or less 6 °C at Mt. Sto Tomas (or Mt.
THE University of the Cordilleras Lady Jaguars stayed on course for its title bid after ending on a winning note the eliminations round of the women’s volleyball of the Baguio-Benguet Educational Athletic League.
IN THE hopes of raising funds for the Mountain Province Red Cross Chapter, Team Malaya is organizing a three-category trail run to be held from Tadian, Bauko to Sagada on April 9.
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