NATIONAL sprinter Md Asy Syafie Md Bohari placed seventh in the field of eight athletes in the men's 100m at the 18th Malaysian Games (SUKMA) in Kuching yesterday. He crossed the line with a time of 10.93 seconds to place second in his semi-final ... Brunei Times, 4 weeks ago
Sports Home > Sports July 29th, 2016 | 08:58 AM | 24 views PETRA JAYA, KUCHING Brunei Darussalam's daily track and field programme for Thursday came to a brutal end following disqualification in the men's 4x100m relay at the Sarawak ...BruDirect, 4 weeks ago Brunei Riders Fail to Preform at Sukma BruDirect, 1 month ago
THE national 4x100m relay team was disqualified from yesterday's 18th Malaysian Games (SUKMA) final after a false start. According to the event's official website, the team finished last in the field of eight teams in Kuching. Seventh-placed ...Brunei Times, 4 weeks ago
KUCHING: The country's most exciting sprint duo Khairul Hafiz Jantan and Badrul Hisyam Abdul Manap have set the stage for an exciting SUKMA sprint final as both marched into the 100m final scheduled this afternoon. The country has not witnessed ...New Straits Times, 1 month ago
THE Brunei Darussalam Athletics Federation (BDAF) will be sending five athletes to compete at this month's Malaysia Games (SUKMA) in Sarawak. Md Asy Syafie Md Bohari will be lacing up in the men's 100m event and will team up with the trio of Mohd ...Brunei Times, 1 month ago BDAF hails athletes performances in Hong Kong meet Brunei Times, 2 months ago Fakhri set for Hong Kong tournament Brunei Times, 2 months ago
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