latest from Baguio Sports
THERE was no negligence in the handling of the Baguio City athletes who joined the Batang Pinoy national finals held in Tagum City Davao Del Norte from November 27 to December 3 last year.
CORDILLERA Administrative Region's bid for a better finish in the upcoming Palarong Pambansa starts during the week as athletes are now conducting training.
IN THE hopes to give call center agents a chance to have time out from their hectic schedule, four individuals organized the Business Process Outsourcing Cup Baguio set to open on March 4 until April.
WITH Michael Fangki of Tribal Torogi out of the fight card, Bohol native Norman Agcopra steps in to take Fangki’s place and will go toe to toe against Team Lakay’s Jon Olivar.
WHEN we are faced with threats or excitement and we suddenly react beyond our perceived ability, it is often interpreted as an adrenalin rush.
THE country’s pencak silat squad is gearing up for the upcoming Pencak Silat Martial Arts Tournament on February 25-26 as part of the Panagbenga 2017.
WHILE his opponent has yet to be announced, Filipino One Championship world lightweight champion Eduard Folayang is looking forward to his first title defense in Manila on April 21.
FATHER and daughter John and Kareel Meer Hongitan were honored by the City Council for bringing Baguio City to the world map of archery.
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