Hosting the 11th Asian Age Group championships in New Clark City Aquatics Center in Capas, Tarlac is proof that Philippine Aquatics is capable of achieving the unimaginable years back.
Baby Dalupan tried but failed to reunite with some of his top players, Abet Guidaben and Yoyoy Villamin, from the defunct Crispa Redmanizers when he was calling the shots for Great Taste in 1987.
It was on February 1, 1984, when the basketball world was rocked following word that the fabled Crispa Redmanizers were disbanding after 10 seasons in the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA).
The 1978 MICAA tournament got off to an auspicious start on January 8, 1978, when one of the inaugural games, the one between Refrigeration Industries and Imperial Textile Mills (ITM) was marred with controversy.
PBA legend Renato “Ato” Agustin, also known to most as “The Atom Bomb,” proved that he was not only good as a player but also as a coach.
PBA legend Francis Arnaiz details how he stepped back quietly from the pro ranks to live a quiet life in the United States back in 1986.
Toyota import, Andrew Fields, delivered the winning points that night, scoring the last three that shoved the Tamaraws to a 102-100 lead coming from a 99-100 deficit with about seven seconds to go.
On July 19, 1975, U-Tex and Crispa-Floro played in a semifinal match at the Araneta Coliseum with the former winning, 111-102.
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