latest from Baguio Sports
BAGUIO archers hit their mark in the second qualifying leg of the Philippine Archery Cup held in Dumaguete City after collecting five gold, three silvers and two bronze medals.
A DECEMBER to remember.
DESPITE the lack of decent football grounds in the city, local coaches are eyeing to invite experts to the city in a bid give the sports a needed boost.
TWENTY-three–year–old Junuel Lacar of the Highland Boxing Stable in La Trinidad, Benguet failed to wrest the vacant World Boxing Council Asia Continental light flyweight title.
TEAM Lakay's Stephen Loman bucked an almost early knock-out as he escaped a taller and tougher Frans Mlambo in the undercard of Brave Combat Federation dubbed "The Beginning" at the Khalifa Sports City, Bharain.
HOSTING for the 2017 staging of the annual Cordillera Administrative Region Athletic Association will still have to undergo bidding.
IT SEEMS three is a charm for Baguio City as it hosts the Cordillera Administrative Region Athletic Association next year.
ATHLETES in a way are considered to be celebrities in the sports community.
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