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Bianca Bustamante just earned her first first podium finish for McLaren ART Grand Prix! The Filipina F1 racer snagged a silver finish during the F1 Academy’s Miami International Autodrome on May 3-5, 2024. Bianca's recent second place position solidifies her spot as fifth in the rankings. Check out the race's highlights below.

In additional Bianca Bustamante news, the young star is featured in the latest EA SPORTS F1 promotional video alongside other F1 and NFL stars. Watch the video below!

Filipinos made an imprint all over the classic Super Bowl LVIII matchup between the San Francisco 49ers and the Kansas Chiefs. For starters, the NFC Champion 49ers tapped Bay Area Filipino natives Saweetie and P-Lo for their playoff anthem “Do It For The Bay.” The banger would have been the ideal soundtrack for the squad had they not lost in overtime to the Chiefs.

While the 49ers winning bringing home the Vince Lombardi trophy would have made history for two transcendent Filipino artists, the Chiefs also had Filipino representation on their team. Rookie Wide Receiver Nikko Remigio enjoyed a started from the bottom success story, rising from an undrafted free agent to earning a roster spot on a dynasty squad.

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H.E.R. also made a cameo at Super Bowl LVIII during Usher’s halftime performance. The Disney Princess performed a guitar solo and did adlibs for the R&B legend. H.E.R., a Bay Area native once sang the national anthem for her home team as a child and to perform at their Super Bowl appearance is definitely another milestone in her illustrious career.

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Shout out to all the Filipinos who represented at Super Bowl LVIII!

Started from the bottom, now we here! Erik Spoelstra famously started off his career at the Miami Heat as a video coordinator in 1997 and 26 years later the franchise has awarded the championship winning coach with the biggest contract for a coach in North American sports history. Last week, Coach Spo inked a record breaking eight-year $120 million extension with the South Beach team known for their grit, winning pedigree, and "Heat" culture.

Erik Spoelstra has won two championships with the Miami Heat and led to the team to four NBA Finals appearances. The Filipino-American coach was recently in Manila during the FIBA World Cup and is a frontrunner to coach Team USA in the future. Congratulations to Erik Spoelstra!

H.E.R. is known for her love for basketball and has often been seen showing love to her hometown squad Golden State Warriors. The Bay Area native took to her passion for hoops across the country by being the first ever guest on "Shoot Your Shot" —a new content series started by the Brooklyn Nets. In the premier episode, the Grammy-award-winning singer-songwriter stars alongside Mikal Bridges.

In the video, the pair is seen talking about life and playing a game of N.E.T.S. — a rendition of the popular H-O-R-S-E shooting game. H.E.R. also playfully admits that Mikal Bridges is her favorite NBA player and learns the forward's signature three-point celebration. Watch the full video below!

Filipino-Australian golfer Jason Day left Nike after a seven year endorsement deal to join forces with Filipino owned brand Malbon Golf. Malbon Golf is a Los Angeles based lifestyle brand owned by Stephen and Erica Malbon that has been making waves thanks to its fashion forward take on traditional sportswear. The trendy upstart has partnered with top companies in different industries, but this is their first major partnership not only with a professional athlete, but a former #1 ranked golfer in Jason Day.

Jason Day wore Malbon Golf for the first time at 2024 The Sentry in Hawaii. At first glance, his wardrobe on the green featured a more baggy fit in comparison to the typical fit that golfers wear. Check out the full look below!

The Philippines lacrosse team is looking to prepare for the 2023 World Lacrosse Men's Championship as they will play in San Diego this summer. 11 of the 23 players on the team looks to build off its 2018 Men's Championship performance in Israel, where they finished 10th out of 46 teams in its debut.

The team finished in the top four spots to qualify for a spot in the championship when they played in South Korea. According to World Lacrosse Sport, “We’re not a big program, so we kind of know who we have and what their skillsets are, on and off the field,” said Ron Garcia, president of the Philippines Lacrosse Association.

It’s not just how good they are on the field, we want to take some quality men and really represent the Philippines as well as we can.


“No one believed that we were going to be competitive, let alone finish 10th in the world, leading up to that championship,” said 2018 team captain Justin Rodis, who will once again represent the Philippines in 2023. “It was just an unbelievable ride.” To get ready, they look to put a camp together and scrimmages before the tournament. As for now, the team looks to solidify their relationship as a unit.

Players on the team coming from the United States, Canada, and Australia all come together and prepare for the challenge. San Diego will be an opportunity for the team to gain more of a following and bring buzz to the men's national team. This isn't the Philippines' only team however, they will also have a men’s open team, a women’s open team and a youth team to participate in the World Lacrosse Festival that coincides with the championship. 

“Our mission as an organization is to grow the game back home in the Philippines,” Rodis said. “But it takes a village, and these are part of the grassroots steps that we take. We want to engage with the Filipino community around the country because ultimately if we don’t get support in the U.S., it becomes more difficult to generate awareness and equipment donations back home.” - World Lacrosse Sport

The tournament against Israel begins on June 23 and the league wants to continue and bring lacrosse to the Philippines and inspire a generation to take on a new sport.

To help support the team, check out what expenses are listed on their fundraiser page.

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Carmelo Anthony visited the Smart Araneta Coliseum officially as the ambassador for the FIBA World Cup. The world championship is in August and he joined Spain's Pau Gasol and Argentina's Luis Scola in promoting the event which will be held in Philippines, Japan, and Indonesia.

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According to, Anthony shares, “It’s a full circle. I’ve been a part of FIBA basketball since the early 2000s and to come back full circle now and be the ambassador for the World Cup. This is definitely an honor, it’s a blessing. It’s been a long time coming. But for me is just about being able to build nations together.”

“Bring people together and bring countries together through one common theme, which is basketball. That’s why I love to build, with the kids and the next generation, but also globally, internationally getting a chance to really make an imprint and put an imprint. Put an imprint on a global diversity of basketball.”


He also shares how now he's glad to be sharing the game of basketball globally. “I’m glad we’re not competing no more. We’re actually on the same side. We’re on the same team now. We are representing the global game of basketball. So I don’t have to worry about going up against Pau and then thinking about him and the gold medal game... I don’t have to think about that now we can come together we could band together like brothers and really grow this game of basketball the way that it needs to be.” While on his trip to Manila, he caught the Gilas-Lebanon game at Philippine Arena to present the Naismith trophy.

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The Minnesota Vikings won against the New York Jets in a recent game and safety, Cam Bynum stood in front of U.S. Bank Stadium with a Philippines flag draped over his shoulders. The Fil-Am NFL player has been representing his roots proudly in the locker room, on the field, and even as part of his team uniform.

“Representation. Just being able to put my flag on the map and hopefully get some more eyes to see what we’re doing in the Philippines to raise money there...I’m half Filipino, so I rep my roots heavy. We do a lot of work in the Philippines trying to raise awareness.”


He part takes in the My Cause My Cleats campaign, an initiative where NFL players wear customized cleats to support an organization of their choice. Bynum chose Keys to Freedom Ministries which helps support victims of the recent typhoon that struck the Philippines.

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To raise that awareness, Bynum played a top notch game where he finished with a game-ending interception, a pass deflection, and tackles on the field. He had a huge reason to celebrate with not only his team winning, but also having a game marked as one for the books.

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The NBA just dropped brand new city edition jerseys for all teams and the Golden State Warriors had theirs designed by Fil-Am graffiti artist, Allison Human. The Oakland native was honored to be asked to design this year's women's suffrage-themed edition. Excited is an understatement for the artist as she checks this off as one of the coolest things she's ever done. "This is arguably the biggest thing I've ever done," Hueman says. "I have butterflies every time I think about it."

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The result is among the most radical jerseys in NBA history, centered around a photorealistic yellow-gold rose -- one of the symbols of the women's suffrage movement -- that stretches from just under the center logo to the bottom edge of the jersey. ESPN also reported that the team in "conjunction with the jersey launch, the Warriors and the sponsor, Rakuten are donating $25,000 to the Women's Sports Foundation."

According to her socials, each aspect of the jersey represents both the city and women empowerment:

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To counter the loss against Lebanon earlier this week, Gilas Pilipinas took it as motivation to turn their game around against Saudi Arabia. In a 84-46 win at the Mall of Asia Arena, the victory gives way to a 3-3 record in the FIBA World Cup Asian qualifiers. The Philippines recovered from a slow start that saw them score a paltry 11 points in the first quarter, and came away with an 84-46 demolition of the visiting Saudi Arabians. Jordan Clarkson was sensational in his home debut, with 23 points, six assists, and five rebounds.

The team morale increased with this win and players are confident that they are building "something special" within the team. "I think we did a good job. The emphasis that we put on ourselves from the last game, I think we accomplished that," Clarkson said after the game. "We came out here and we executed and everybody played well, everybody played hard, and you know, gave their best effort."

"The chemistry is definitely there, I think the athleticism is there. You can see we're very athletic, and we have a lot of potential."

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To get out of their slow start at the beginning, Gilas came to play in the third quarter out-scoring the opponent in a 24-8 run. The 20,000 people crowd supported the team and cheered them on during their high-energy dunks and layups. Gilas hopes to keep the momentum going and building on the pieces to continue to the FIBA Asian World Cup.

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NBA player and Utah Jazz guard, Jordan Clarkson arrived in Manila just in time for Gilas Pilipinas' first practice. The national team is gearing up to to face Lebanon and Saudi Arabia in the fourth window of the FIBA World Cup Asian Qualifiers. He made the long flight overseas and we get to tag along the journey in his latest vlog, titled "Manila Man."

Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas (SBP) executive director Sonny Barrios shared how much pride Clarkson has to be playing for Pilipinas and embraces the interactions around him. The executive director acknowledged Clarkson's high basketball IQ and his quick turn around on learning the team's plays.

“He is not just one cut above the rest – if I may say without downplaying the ability of our other players – but Jordan moves differently.”

Sonny Barrios, Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas (SBP) Executive Director

Meshing and blending with the team hasn't been a problem for Clarkson as he's made the effort of interacting with his teammates like Kai Sotto and Kiefer Ravena, but especially the fans. To help create a camaraderie, the basketball star participates on sidelines conversations and fun half-court shooting contest post-practice. Barrios continues,“Aside from the high energy that I notice that is prevailing in the whole team, as far as Jordan is concerned, he is very comfortable during side interactions with the people around him.”

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The former Sixth Man of the Year will take on Lebanon on the road on August 25th and then host Saudi Arabia at the Mall of Asia Arena on August 25th.

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Formula racing is almost half way through its 2022 season and the driver standings are getting interesting. F3 Filipino driver, Bianca Bustamante is in Hungary with the W series, which pioneers women's racing, for this weekend's Hungarian Grand Prix. This was her first back-to-back race weekend before the summer break. Representing the W series, not only did Bianca get to race but also have a Formula 1 experience where she met drivers like Lewis Hamilton.

However, the weekend didn't go as planned under wet conditions as Bianca finished with a DNF. She made huge improvements from the qualifying round into race day, but the wet roads were unforgiving. Bianca shared that she caught water on the drying track and lost the rear of her car causing her to retire early in this GP.

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Bianca keeps her head help high going into this 2-month break until the next race in Singapore. The street circuit is one of the most exciting courses with the coolest views, but she'll have to get ready for the heat and humidity that increases while in the cock pit. It looks like Bianca will be working with her team from now until October to raise sponsor funding for four days of track testing. We're excited for Bianca's next race and second half of the season to start!

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