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THE year started on the wrong foot for Malaysian volleyball – or should I say the “wrong hand”.
THE World Cup is going just the way I wanted it to. The Lionel Messi-led Argentina are still on track to go all the way to the trophy.
IF Malaysian sports this year can be described in one word, what would that be? Good? Bad? Awesome? Hopeless?
THERE is one thing bowling coach Holloway Cheah and I have in common – we love our “kopi O kaw”. That’s strong coffee with no sugar – and we have shared many a cuppa at the cafe in the Sunway Mega Lanes, the home of the national bowling team, over the years.
ONE is a pearl, the other is a gem. Together Pearly Tan and M. Thinaah shine like a bright star in the women’s doubles department that used to be dull and boring.
WHEN the Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) named the squad for the World Junior Championships, I struggled with some of the names.
WHEN are you going to write a book about me?
THE 20th edition of the Malaysia Games (Sukma) just kicked off on Malaysia Day yesterday, but already the excitement has reached a high, with the blue riband event – the 100m dash – completed.
SWIMMER Joseph Schooling is a super star. China’s Ye Zhaoying was world badminton champion and world No. 1 in the 1990s.Both made startling confessions this week – just days apart. The revelations have shocked the sports fraternity but strangely enough, they have also brought hope.
THE phone would not stop buzzing yesterday – the calls were coming in by the dozens, many with messages of congratulations.
JUST a few days ago, I celebrated my 25th year with The Star. Trust me, it’s been a quarter of a century of sports with never a dull moment.