KUALA LUMPUR: Three sports – athletics, swimming and road cycling – did not get the thumbs-up after the first phase of selection of athletes and officials for the Commonwealth Games in Scotland in July.
PETALING JAYA: Now that karate’s fate at the 2015 Singapore SEA Games is almost sealed, the Malaysia Karate Federation (Makaf) are demanding answers from the Olympic Council of Malaysia (OCM).
PUTRAJAYA: Youth and Sports Minister Khairy Jamaluddin is not a happy man. The Malaysian contingent surpassed their 40-gold target at the Myanmar SEA Games in December, but there is no denying the decline in the standard of various sports.
NAYPYITAW: National paralympian Muhammad Ziyad Zolkefli collected his first gold medal in athletics on the second day of the 7th Asean Para Games.
LANGKAWI: The SEA Games post-mortem meeting on Thursday will not be pretty. Youth and Sports Minister Khairy Jamaluddin is calling for immediate action to halt the decline of badminton, sepaktakraw, athletics and swimming, all of which have traditionally brought in the medals for Malaysia.
KUALA LUMPUR: The Olympic Council of Malaysia (OCM) and Sports Toto paid tribute to some of Malaysia’s best performing athletes at the recently concluded SEA Games in Myanmar at the 2013 OCM-Sports Toto Outstanding Athletes of the Games Awards ceremony on Thursday.
PETALING JAYA: Malaysia surpassed their 40 gold-medal target for the Myanmar SEA Games by three golds. It wasn’t the nation’s best performance by far, but some sports contributed its fair share to the tally, while others flattered to deceive. STARSPORT take a look at how Malaysia performed in a sport-by-sport review.
NAYPYITAW: Malaysia will be out to regain the overall title when they host the SEA Games in 2017.
NAYPYITAW: The athletes and officials from the 11 countries that competed in the 27th SEA Games said a big “chay zoo par” (thank you) to hosts Myanmar during a colourful and extravagant closing ceremony at the Wunna Theikdi Stadium on Sunday night.
NAYPYITAW: The Myanmar SEA Games will not be the last for Leong Mun Yee.
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