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Meet Kayla Richardson.
Kayla Richardson regained the label of the fastest woman in the region after taking home the gold in the women’s 100-meter of the 31st Southeast Asian Games at the My Dinh National Stadium on Wednesday.Richardson clocked 11.60 seconds to rule the event
The Olympic gold medalist is flexing her beauty and strength as the newest Belo ambassador!
Hidilyn Diaz is living proof that strength and athleticism chooses no gender. She made history for the Philippines by winning our first Olympic gold medal, in a male-dominated sport like weightlifting, no less!With that, there's no denying that Hidilyn is out to break
Congratulations, Hidilyn and Julius!
Wedding bells will soon be ringing for the country's first-ever Olympic gold medalist! Hidilyn Diaz announces on Instagram her engagement to her coach-boyfriend Julius Naranjo. They were surrounded by celebrity couples Marco Alcaraz and Precious Lara Quigaman, and Iza Calzado and Ben Wintle. A
At 19, she became a part of TIME magazine's 25 Most Influential Teens Of 2018.
ICYMI, Pinay skateboarder Margielyn Didal recently bagged seventh place in the finals of the Women's street skateboarding event at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. With 7.52 points in total, she ranked number 17 in the world.Like us, you probably can't get enough of
These are just some of the names to note.
Eumir Marcial’s first Olympic stint is at the Tokyo Olympics—and he’s already in the running for a medal after advancing to the middleweight division quarter-finals on July 29. The 25-year-old boxer trained under Manny Pacquiao’s trainer Freddie Roach for Tokyo Olympics after
The local sports scene is filled with a lot of potential.
ICYMI: Filipino-Japanese pro-golfer Yuka Saso just made history after bagging the title for the 76th US Women's Open. Saso, who is only 19 years old, played against 22-year-old Nasa Hataoka of Japan. According to LPGA, Saso is the first Filipino to ever
She's also one of the youngest players to win the trophy.
Another Filipino recently made history in the international scene, and she goes by the name of Yuka Saso! The 19-year-old Filipina-Japanese golfer took home the coveted championship trophy at the 76th U.S. Women's Open last Sunday.Her win makes Yuka the first Filipino
Inspired by Filipino Olympian Michael Martinez, here's a list of the cutest skater gear in town.
In case you haven’t heard, 17-year-old Michael Christian Martinez made history by being the first Filipino figure skater to represent the Philippines at the Winter Olympics. Born in a country foreign to snow, the teen Olympian has no where to go but up