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Malaysia destroy Sri Lanka 14-0 in World League opener

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia got off to a flying start in the women’s World League Round One competition, whipping Sri Lanka 14-0 in their Group A match at the Sengkang Sports and Recreation Centre in Singapore.

Phelps enjoys mixed success at Santa Clara meet

(Reuters) - Michael Phelps continued his comeback from retirement with a tie for victory and a second-place finish at a U.S. Grand Prix Series meet in Santa Clara, California on Friday.

Star Media Group employees sacrifice weekends to build homes for orang asli

DO YOU want to build a... no, not a snowman, but a house for a good cause?

Unity's the word

THE inaugural Special Olympics Unified Football World Cup 2014 (SOUFWC), which kicks off from Nov 2 to 15, has unveiled a logo with unique typography.

Tze Liang aiming for a good show in Shanghai

PETALING JAYA: Diver Ooi Tze Liang and his 3m springboard synchro partner Ahmad Amsyar Azman are aiming for a top-six finish in Shanghai and hopefully secure their third consecutive FINA Diving World Series outing next year.

USOC trims field for possible 2024 bid to four cities

(Reuters) - Boston, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Washington comprise the short list of candidate cities for a potential U.S. bid to host the 2024 Summer Games, the U.S. Olympic Committee said on Friday.

Jamaica's Blake sets sights on top sprint ranking

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Jamaican sprinter Yohan Blake is pacing himself in his comeback from hamstring problems that undercut him last year but he aims to finish on top of the world by the time the season is over.

High cost of hosting World Cup

THE World Cup is just not the biggest sporting tournament for most people. It’s also big business for some of the world’s largest corporations.

Brazil promises 'greenest World Cup'

Besides proudly flying the flag of the nation, the host country for this year’s World Cup wants to make it green.

Malaysian archers bounce back to reach semis in Turkey

PETALING JAYA: Malaysia’s recurve trio of Khairul Anuar Mohamad, Atiq Bazil Bakri and Haziq Kamaruddin bounced back from their disastrous individual showing to reach the team semi-finals in the World Cup in Antalya, Turkey.