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Olympics on their minds

TETSUHARU Dohi of Aquasplash Academy and Supersharkz Swim School’s Angelina Chan were the stars of the recent 28th Selangor Age Group (SAG) Swimming Championships after winning the overall champion titles in the boy’s and girl’s categories, respectively.

The four-day event organised by PRAS featured 642 swimmers from 12 clubs in four age groups

Cautious Mourinho must go for the kill when Chelsea visit Old Trafford

COME ON Jose Mourinho, when are you going to bring back the attacking swagger that the club is famous for? Why is your team playing with so much caution when you have fantastic talent in your squad?

United fans hope Mourinho will be all smiles tomorrow night

Olympics on their minds

TETSUHARU Dohi of Aquasplash Academy and Supersharkz Swim School’s Angelina Chan were the stars of the recent 28th Selangor Age Group (SAG) Swimming Championships after winning the overall champion titles in the boy’s and girl’s categories, respectively.

28th Selangor Age Group swimming championship overall winners Angelina (left) and Tetsuharu with their medals.

Double joy for contest winners

IT WAS a Chinese New Year to remember for six lucky winners of The Star-QNET Manchester City Contest who not only won Man City jerseys but also RM500 cash prize each.

Kuna (centre) and StarMetro sports coordinator Randeep Singh (third from left) with winners of the Star-QNET Manchester City contest.

It’s tough, but everyone must fight corruption

WHO would have expected at the beginning of the new year that two sports very close to the hearts of Malaysians would be rocked by match-fixing allegations?

(Right) Norza says players caught in match-fixing will face the end of their careers.— Bernama

Over 30,000 to take part in Refugee Run 2018

MORE than 30,000 people will run for a cause this weekend to raise awareness of the plight of refugees worldwide.

(From left) Sports commissioner Datuk Zaiton Othman, Taekwondo Malaysia deputy president Datuk Mohd Nazifuddin Mohd Najib, Youth and Sports Deputy Minister Datuk M. Saravanan and Vigneswaran at the launch.

Integrating sports and entertainment pays off

After two months of breathtaking, exciting and badminton of the highest quality, the curtain has come down on the fourth edition of SS Purple League (SSPL) which showcased the best of local and international ‘badmintainment’.

Puchong United BC were crowned the SS Purple League 2017/18 champions after defeating Kepong BC in the SSPL 2017/18 final at the Arena of Stars, Resorts World Genting.

Highway runs set to ignite Klang Valley after successful debut last year

AFTER the success of last year’s IJM Allianz Duo Highway Challenge, IJM Corporation Bhd (IJM) and Allianz Malaysia Bhd (Allianz) have once again joined forces this year for another round of cruising through Kuala Lumpur.

Participants running past the Loke Yew Toll Plaza during the Highway Challenge last year.

Initial bouts announced for martial arts event

ONE Championship has announced its return to Kuala Lumpur with One: Visions of Victory, which is set to ignite Axiata Stadium on March 9 with an evening of martial arts action.

Agilan (right) in action during his fight with Askren. The Malaysian fighter will be eager to bounce back when he tackles his Indian opponent on March 9. — filepic

No stopping lawyer in quest for Oceanman title

ANG Zhing Vehn, a 36-year-old lawyer from Port Dickson, Negri Sembilan has set yet another personal milestone by coming out first overall in the 10km, 30-39 age category for the Oceanman 2018 series that started in Langkawi last November.

Zhing Vehn (third from left) at the finish line during the first leg of the 2018 Oceanman series last November.

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