Recent and archived articles by Ashreena Pillai
PETALING JAYA: Life is best lived without regrets.Yet, sometimes we can’t help but think about the one that got away. And as an athlete, that can make you hungrier for success.
PETALING JAYA: Rhythmic gymnast Wong Poh San is back.
PETALING JAYA: The next SEA Games may be two years away.
PETALING JAYA: National coach Beh Lee Wei has a piece of advice for the young Malaysian paddlers - seize your opportunity and play with passion.
SINGAPORE: National chief coach Holloway Cheah loves fighters.
SINGAPORE: Bowler Rafiq Ismail ended his debut SEA Games campaign with a silver in the men’s Masters – the mother of all titles.
SINGAPORE: Two is definitely better than one!
SINGAPORE: Winning certainly breeds confience.And it’s no different for the Malaysian bowlers.
IT’S not just the majority of our athletes who are making their debut in the Singapore SEA Games. I’m covering my very first multi-sport event as well!
SINGAPORE: Malaysia made a clean sweep of the men’s and women’s team-of-five bowling gold medals at the Orchid Bowl at the Orchid Country Club.