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THE just concluded Malaysia Games (Sukma) aquatics competition in Ipoh was not just about blooding future champions but it was also a refreshing sight to see many former swimmers and divers performing their duties as coaches.
IPOH: Future Malaysia Games (Sukma) organisers can do better with the scheduling of sport events.
PETALING JAYA: Cyclist Azizulhasni Awang gambles with his life each time he makes a dash to the finish line, easily going at speeds up to 60kmph.
IPOH: Former swimmer Kevin Yeap has returned to his roots to serve as a coach.
Mohd Erry Hidayat is looking to carry on his father’s good name and stamp his mark in the Sukma men’s weightlifting competition in Tapah.
PETALING JAYA: Athletes whose sports are not contested at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics will likely be left out of the Podium Programme.
FEDERAL Territories aquatics team have a duty to put up a big splash at the Malaysia Games (Sukma) in Perak.
THERE’S no break for Olympic sailor Khairulnizam Afendy.
GOPENG: Melaka boy Si Shin Peng claimed the first gold awarded for the 19th edition of Sukma (Malaysia Games) in Perak on Tuesday (Sept 11) morning.
THE dust has barely settled after the Asian Games and it is time for the nation’s current batch of young sporting stars to take centrestage in the 19th edition of Sukma (Malaysia Games) in Perak starting today.