LINGAYEN, Pangasinan -- The Provincial Government led by Governor Amado Espino Jr. vowed to extend full support for the successful holding of the Private Schools Athletic Association (Prisaa) national games here from February 10 to 16.
LINGAYEN -- Asian athletes can excel in 10 sport events but only five of them are being played in Palarong Pambansa, the country's major sporting event, which showcases local sports talents coming from various regions.
Philippine Sports Commission (PSC) Commissioner Jose Luis Gomez said the 10 sporting events include boxing, taekwondo, wrestling, weight lifting, archery, wushu, bowling, billiards, athletics and swimming.
LINGAYEN, Pangasinan -- The Visayas Team’s goal is to nail their third over-all championship of the 3rd Milo Little Olympics and bring home the Perpetual Trophy.
LINGAYEN -- About 700 young Pangasinense chess enthusiasts registered in the 2nd Governor Amado T. Espino Jr. chess clinic, which commenced Saturday morning at the Pangasinan Training and Development Center here.
LINGAYEN -- The 14th Milo Little Olympics, the biggest sporting event in Northern Luzon, formally opened on Friday afternoon despite the rain.
DAGUPAN CITY -- The De Venecia Expressway at Barangay Lucao was beautifully lit with small running lights early evening Saturday, as hundreds of people joined the province's first running event - the Energizer Night Race.
LINGAYEN -- An Iranian cyclist representing the Islamic Azad University finished first in the third leg of the 2011 Le Tour de Filipinas which ended here Monday noon.
LINGAYEN -- Pangasinan II dethroned Ilocos Norte in the recent one-week Department of Education (Deped) regional athletic meet held here.
LINGAYEN -- A 5,000-member delegation from the 14 schools divisions in Ilocos Region will participate in this year's Region 1 Athletic Association (R1-AA) Meet scheduled March 14-19.
LINGAYEN -- The more than 300 young chess enthusiasts who signed up in the 1st Governor Amado Espino Jr. Chess Clinic are now on the second week of training.