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NATIONAL coach Datuk Ong Kim Swee had planned to celebrate his birthday on Dec 10 watching his boys play in the football final – and win.
YEOH Li Tian became the pride of the Malaysian chess community when he won the nation’s first-ever SEA Games gold medal.
SAILING was to be have been one of the main contributors to our gold tally. They won none.
SWIMMER Welson Sim was the golden boy of Malaysian swimming going into the Games but lost his aura of invincibility when the events ended.
ONE could say Malaysia got hammered in the SEA Games – the biggest flops in track and field were hammer throwers Jackie Wong Siew Cheer and Grace Wong Xiu Wei who lost the gold medals they won in KL two years ago.
THE crowd was thin, only about a quarter of the 20,000-capacity stadium was filled, probably because the local big star was not there. But that did not take away from the highlight of the track and field events at the SEA Games.
NATIONAL triple jumper Mohd Hakimi Ismail is the undisputed triple jump champion of South-East Asia. He proved it by taking the gold medal for a third time at the New Clark City Athletics Arena. And it was all the more meaningful because this was his first win in any event so far this year.
THE equation is pretty simple in sepak takraw competition nowadays – there is no gold for Malaysia when there is Thailand.
KUALA LUMPUR: It will be mind over matter when national shuttlers Aaron Chia-Soh Wooi Yik face reigning world champions Mohd Ahsan-Hendra Setiawan of Indonesia in the opening Group B match of the World Tour Finals in Tianhe Gymnasium in Guangzhou, China.
MANILA: The men’s indoor hockey team have retained the gold they won in 2017 at the Philippines SEA Games.