Recent and archived articles by Phuah Shew Beng
RIO DE JANEIRO: Here is the assessment of Malaysian athletes at the Rio Olympic Games. Some of them defied the odds while few others did not meet their own personal targets.
RIO DE JANEIRO: It’s a mixed bag of achievements. Or simply put, they could have done better. That aptly sums up the Malaysian athletes’ performance at the Rio Olympics.
RIO DE JANEIRO: World No. 1 men’s singles shuttler Lee Chong Wei was apologetic after his Rio Olympic final loss to China’s Chen Long, saying he regretted that he failed to deliver gold to the 30 million Malaysians.
RIO DE JANEIRO: Lee Chong Wei, the king of Malaysian badminton, will leave the Rio de Janeiro Olympics without the crown – and so will Malaysia without the coveted gold.
RIO DE JANEIRO: What an Olympic it has been for Tan Wee Kiong-Goh V Shem. Nobody gave them a ghost of a chance to win a medal, let alone fight for the gold.
RIO DE JANEIRO: Diver Ooi Tze Liang had a good time despite not qualifying for the men’s 10m platform individual semi-finals at the Rio de Janeiro Olympics.
RIO DE JANEIRO: It was another heartbreak for Malaysia. For the second time in Rio de Janeiro, Malaysia has lost the chance to win its first Olympic gold medal.
RIO DE JANEIRO: Enough is enough. Lee Chong Wei finally got one over arch-rival Lin Dan at the Olympics.
RIO DE JANEIRO: Kelly Tan and Michelle Koh got the hang of the Olympic Golf Course to return with better scores in the women’s second round at the Rio de Janeiro Olympics.
RIO DE JANEIRO: Pandelela Rinong admitted it was not her day as she finished out of the medals in the women’s 10m platform individual finals.