Patricia Hannah Catimpo

Freelance Writer


Working as a freelancer for more than 2 years, mostly as an article writer/re-editor for myBest Philippines, a recommendation service website for a variety of products in the health, food, cosmetics, fitness, technology, clothing, hobbies, or furniture category.

Currently volunteers for the UP Fighting Maroons Club, involved in making pubs using Canva, handling social media pages, and writing articles about the varsity teams.

Other experiences include proofreading, editing, and writing newsletters for Pistahan Parade and Festival 2021 and 2022, and feature stories on ABSCBN Sports and Business Mirror.


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UP Fighting Maroons Club

Tamayo Scores Career-High 23 to Book Final Four Slot for UP

The UP Fighting Maroons bounced back from the loss against the Adamson Soaring Falcons by surviving a late-game rally by the DLSU Green Archers, 72-69, on Saturday at the Mall of Asia Arena in Pasay City. With the win, UP has booked a ticket to the final four and further solidified their spot at solo second.

UP Snaps Ateneo's 39-Game Win Streak

The UP Fighting Maroons prevailed over the Ateneo Blue Eagles, 84-83, snapping the defending champions' 39-game winning streak and preventing an elimination round sweep on Sunday at the Mall of Asia Arena in Pasay City. The last time UP won against Ateneo was on October 8, 2016, 56-52.

Pistahan Parade and Festival 2021


8 things we miss most about the UAAP

With the cancellation of the UAAP Season 83, we now have to wait a little longer to see and cheer for our favorite athletes on the court. For now, let us look back on what we miss most and look forward to in the UAAP.

UAAP: Perasol wants UP winning based on strong program, not just its stars

The University of the Philippines Fighting Maroons arguably have one of the best recruiting classes in recent memory having brought in Gerry Abadiano, RC Calimag, Carl Tamayo and Miguel Tan, all Batang Gilas veterans to add to an already loaded lineup that includes Brigth Akhuetie, Kobe Paras and Ricci Rivero.

Business Mirror