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Carry on diving, you’re forgiven but be more disciplined

From THOMAS KOK of Ipoh.

Lee wants crackdown on sale of firecrackers

JOHOR BARU: The lighting up of firecrackers should only be allowed at certain times and only under strict enforcement, said the Malay­sia Crime Prevention Foundation.

Zhuliang surprised coaches in the dark over divers’ misdeeds

PETALING JAYA: Former national diving head coach Yang Zhuliang expressed his shock over videos that showed misconduct of divers in the Malaysian team.

Shocked: Former national diving coach Yang Zhuliang said it was baffling that the coaches did not hear anything about the divers having a party.

Azim: Don’t be too harsh on errant divers

KUALA LUMPUR: The door is still open for the seven divers caught in an alcohol-consuming and partying incident to compete in the Asian Games in Indonesia from Aug 18-Sept 2.

Asian Games CDM Azim: Don’t be harsh on divers please

KUALA LUMPUR: Don’t be too harsh on the divers said Asian Games chef de mission Datuk Seri Abdul Azim Mohd Zabidi.

Asian Games chef de mission Datuk Seri Abdul Azim Mohd Zabidi wants the divers to be given a break.

Truly, deeply sorry

KUALA LUMPUR: The seven national divers embroiled in an alcohol-consuming and partying scandal during a training camp in Guangzhou, China, in February, came together to issue a public apology.

Facing the music: The national divers offering their public apology during the press conference yesterday.
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Remorseful national divers apologise for partying in China







KUALA LUMPUR: The national divers who were caught drinking alcohol and partying have made a public apology for their inappropriate behaviour that has tarnished the reputation of the sport.

Athletes must have self-discipline, says Newenham

KUALA LUMPUR: There is only so much a coach can do to monitor an athlete as the most important aspect is self-discipline, according to Podium Programme director Tim Newenham.

Pandelela and Co face the music for partying in China

KUALA LUMPUR: The Amateur Swimming Union of Malaysia (Asum) have acted fast to suspend the allowances of seven national divers with immediate effect for consuming alcohol during an overseas training stint in China – and more disciplinary action is set to follow.

Pandelela Rinong competes in the womens 10m platform diving final of the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games at the Aquatic Centre in Gold Coast, Australia, April 12 2018. GLENN GUAN/The Star

Pandelela and Dhabitah among 7 divers to face the music for China training camp party

KUALA LUMPUR: The Amateur Swimming Union of Malaysia (Asum) has acted fast to suspend the allowances of seven national divers with immediate effect for consuming alcohol – and they may even face further action.

Diver Pandelela seen in the screengrab of the video.

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