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eSports took a step into the sporting mainstream as it made its debut at the SEA Games.
SINGAPORE (ANN): An Asia-wide genome mapping project has discovered at least 10 ancestral lineages within Asia, revealing a large genetic diversity that far exceeds other areas such as northern Europe, which only has a single ancestral lineage that traces back to one common ancestor.
MANILA: National women's singles shuttler Soniia Cheah's has pulled out of the SEA Games women's singles event due to injury.
MANILA (ANN): New scientific research released last month warns of an increasingly ominous future for the environment.
Sports tourism is becoming increasingly popular with travellers going to a destination to participate in a sports event as well as for a vacation.
WELSON Sim entered the swimming competition as defending champion. When he left, he had not only been dethroned as the king of the men’s 400m freestyle but also had his Games record wiped off.
MANILA: The death toll from a typhoon that hit provinces south of the Philippine capital rose to 10, disaster agencies said, pointing to precautions and compulsory evacuations as key in preventing more casualties.
THE Philippines SEA Games Organising Committee (PHISGOC) will bear the added costs of athletes who are unable to return home following the flight delays due to Typhoon Tisoy.
JASMINE Alkhaldi almost drowned when she was only three but now she is having the time of her life as a national star in the Philippines swimming team.
MOHD Redha Rozlan (pic) missed out on an historic gold for Malaysia – but he was still grinning from ear to ear.