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Athletes in the state were honoured for their outstanding efforts in their respective fields.
B>KUALA LUMPUR: /B>Triathlete Kimbeley Yap is already a winner in more ways than one even before she gets into action in the Melbourne Commonwealth Games.
The track cyclists in training in Australia continued to show promise of their ability to deliver the goods in the Melbourne Commonwealth Games next month.
National gymnast See Hui Yee, who won three medals in the Manila SEA Games last year, received a RM10,500 reward from the Pahang Government yesterday for her achievements.
The Olympic Council of Malaysia (OCM) has closed the door on any more would-be participants of the Melbourne Commonwealth Games after confirming an additional five athletes to the original list of 158 athletes.
Mohd Hisham Khaironi is partly blinded but he is focussed on the task to achieve a better result for Malaysia in the men's 100m race for athletes with disabilities at the Melbourne Commonwealth Games scheduled for March 15-26.
National number one artistic gymnasts Ng Shu Wai is back from China without his personal coach but he is still all pumped up ahead of the Commonwealth Games, which will be held in Melbourne from March 15-26.
The dispute over the non-eligibility of national athletes from the Kedah Sukma (Malaysia Games) in May has surfaced again.
Selangor fencers are on the right track for honours in Sukma, in Alor Star, in May.
Karate exponent Rayner Kinsiong knew that he had to reduce his weight six months before last November's Manila SEA Games when he was told to switch from the Under-80kg to 75kg category of the kumite contest.