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This veteran, sports writer-analyst, Ronnie Nathanielsz, passed away Friday morning in San Francisco (11 Nov 2016) at the age of 81 after suffering heart attack a week ago, as confirmed by Dyan Castillejo from her social media accounts.
As Dyan posted from her Instagram account:
“Ronnie was always fun and full of passion in all our coverages . His credibility integrity and drive to get good accurate details of the news first even at the age of 80 always inspired me . Thank you thank you thank you and gosh will miss you sooooooooooooooooo much . Lord Jesus give Ronnie a big hug for me”
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Ronnie was always fun and full of passion in all our coverages . His credibility integrity and drive to get good accurate details of the news first even at the age of 80 always inspired me . Thank you thank you thank you and gosh will miss you sooooooooooooooooo much . Lord Jesus give Ronnie a big hug for me 💛💛💛🙏🙏🙏
It’s reported that he was rushed to the hospital on his way to witness Manny Pacquiao’s fight against Jessie Vargas last week in Las Vegas.
His family will have the funeral in San Francisco and later on, will transfer his remains to the Philippines.
The Basketball Efficiency & Scientific Training (BEST) Center, Philippines’ premiere basketball clinic, gave underprivileged kids the chance to enhance their basketball skills during a free two-day workshop held at Barangay Milagrosa, Project 4, Quezon City. The event was held as part of BEST Center’s community development program through sports.
Participants were taught the basics of playing basketball in a scientific way, such as handling, dribbling, shooting, and passing. After the workshop, they were encouraged to continually practice these techniques to improve their game.
“BEST Center has always been an advocate of sports development especially in the grassroots level. It is our hope that by reaching out to the Filipino children through our clinics, we can inspire more kids to get into sports and lead an active healthy lifestyle,” said BEST Center founder Coach Nic Jorge.
The BEST Center clinics teaches kids the fundamentals of basketball and helps them develop good character and values such as discipline, sportsmanship and camaraderie through their interaction with coaches, instructors, classmates, and peers. Founded in 1978, BEST Center is an award-winning basketball clinic inducted in the Philippine Sportswriter Association Hall of Fame in 2007 for pioneering scientific approach of basketball training in the country.
Since its establishment, BEST Center has produced a string of top national cagers, including Chris Tiu and Keifer Ravena. The clinic has also expanded to offer volleyball training for girls. For more information on BEST Center’s classes and tournaments, visit its Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/BEST-Center-Sports-Inc-66172039922 or call telephone nos. 411-6260 and 372-3066 or telefax 372-3065. You may also inquire via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.