By Rito P. Asilo
Baby Ruth Villarama’s documentary, “Little Azkals,” which will be screened today (Nov. 8) at 2:30 p.m. and tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. at TriNoma (as one of 10 competing entries at this year’s QCinema International Film Festival, until Nov. 11) follows the baby steps taken by the Philippine Football Federation to keep the country’s World Cup dream alive.
By Bayani San Diego Jr.
It was a small miracle in itself. A documentary on young football dreamers, Baby Ruth Villarama-Gutierrez’s “Little Azkals,” managed to score theatrical screenings at SM cinemas this month.
By Nestor U. Torre
TV sports programs and talent competitions love to feature “cheer dance” groups from colleges and universities, showing off increasingly more impressive and complicated cheerleading routines. While we agree that the gymnastic performances are prodigiously compelling and entertaining, we fear that, with competitive groups now trying to top each other on point of increasing “degree of difficulty,” accidents do happen even to the best of them, so cheer acts should be sternly dissuaded from placing their members’ limbs and even lives at risk, before something really bad happens!
By Digs Ramos
After years of struggling to get widespread support, the men’s national football team, the Azkals, has become one of the biggest beneficiaries of corporate sponsorships in Philippine sports.
By Ivan Angelo de Lara
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0TocRI__i8c MANILA, Philippines – Chart-topping rapper Drake hosted the Excellence in Sports Performance Yearly (ESPY) Awards 2014 and one of the most memorable moments of Wednesday night’s (Thursday morning, Manila time) show was his impersonation of Filipino boxing icon Manny Pacquiao. In one of the show’s skits, “Manny Pacquiao Sings,” Drake appeared as the eight-division […]