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MAF president Karim suffers heart attack in Dubai

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian Athletics Federation (MAF) president Datuk Karim Ibrahim suffered a heart attack in Dubai last Friday. Karim, who went to Amsterdam last week to watch the European Athletics Championships, was at the Dubai airport waiting ... TheStar.com.my, 1 month ago

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Family support keeps the star athletes going

There is a popular quote saying that for every successful man, there is a woman behind him. But for Malaysian athletes at the Rio Olympics, it is their families who are behind them all the way. They support the athletes through thick and thin, ...
 New Straits Times4 days ago Kids athletic programmes critical for future sports development  TheStar.com.my2 months ago

Can Malaysia's rich tradition in badminton translate with an Olympic gold?

KUALA LUMPUR: MALAYSIA first competed in the Olympic Games as the Federation of Malaya in 1956 in Melbourne, but had to wait 36 years before winning a medal. In total, Malaysia have won three silvers and three bronzes from badminton and diving. ...
 Malaysia MSN3 weeks ago Rio 2016: Mixed Doubles Tontowi and Liliyana Present Gold on Independence Day  Jakarta Globe1 week ago The tale of Joseph Schooling and what Malaysia needs to do to win Olympic gold medals  Klse I3investor.com1 week ago Only shine and no shame in silver  TheStar.com.my1 day ago
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405 events up in 2017 SEAG

The Southeast Asian Games Federation Council has approved the staging of 405 events in 38 sports when Malaysia hosts the biennial sportsfest in August, 2017, the Philippine Olympic Committee (POC) said yesterday. POC president Jose Peping ...
 Manila Bulletin1 month ago Malaysia adds judo, muay, 2 other events to 2017 SEAG  Philippine Daily Inquirer1 month ago Malaysia SEAG roster boosts Pinoys chance  Philippines Daily Tribune1 month ago
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Badminton: Nearly-man Lee to carry the burden for Malaysia again

By Ian Ransom MELBOURNE (Reuters) - A nation's hopes of Olympic glory can be a burden for the toughest of athletes but few can know of the pressure that befalls badminton's world number one Lee Chong Wei. The loser of successive gold medal ...
 Town Hall1 month ago Badminton heavyweights set for semi-final showdown after draw for Rio 2016  Rio 20164 weeks ago Badminton: Lee shrugs off heartbreak to defeat nemesis Lin  Metro.us5 days ago Nearly-man Lee to carry the burden for Malaysia again  Channel NewsAsia1 month ago
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Pro Gamers And Sports Athletes Face Gruelling Training But Did You Know The Former Earn More?

:26 Written by Arief Irsyad View Comments While majority of us Malaysians are still eagerly waiting for our first gold medal at the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, local gaming community are celebrating a group of professional gamers that ...
 Malaysian Digest1 week ago
Malay Mail

Athletes advised to stay focused

Published on: Wednesday, July 13, 2016 Kuala Lumpur: The Malaysian contingent to the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics has been advised to be positive and stay focused during the Games to achieve their personal best. This advice was given by Podium ...
 Sabah Daily Express1 month ago Rio Olympics 2016: Southeast Asia's athletes go for the gold  News EasyBranches.com2 weeks ago Stay positive and focused, Malaysian athletes told before Rio Olympics  Malay Mail1 month ago
Borneo Post Online

Nur Aqilah, Khairul named best Sukma XVIII athletes

KUCHING: After over two weeks of gruelling competition between 5, 659 athletes and sports contingents from all across Malaysia in 24 sports, the 18th Malaysian Games (Sukma) ended with an incredibly magnificent and memorable closing ceremony July ...
 Borneo Post Online3 weeks ago
Brunei Times

Bad day at the office for national athletes at SUKMA

THERE were no new medals for Brunei at the 18th Malaysian Games in Kuching yesterday. The sultanate's tally remain at one silver — courtesy of wushu exponent Mohd Adi Salihin Roslan in the nandao (southern sword) event on Monday — and three ...
 Brunei Times4 weeks ago Brunei end Malaysian Games campaign with 1 silver, 3 bronze  Brunei Times3 weeks ago Mohd Ameerul Solehen handed opening round loss at SUKMA  Brunei Times1 month ago

Md Asy Syafie finishes seventh at SUKMA 100m final

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 Times4 weeks ago
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