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Tuck Soon aims to end amateur career with SEA Games gold

KUALA LUMPUR: Chan Tuck Soon – the “old man” in the national golf team – is finally ready to turn professional.

FAM receive hefty bonus after Kim Swee’s men qualify for Under-23 Finals

PETALING JAYA: More goodies have been announced for the national football team who defied the odds to qualify for the 2018 AFC Under-23 Championship in China.

Crime-tracking tools could point to new mineral reserves

Striking gold used to be a matter of luck, but tools used to track criminals, diseases and social networks could soon uncover vast troves of valuable minerals

Bolt confident of keeping his cool for final races

LONDON (Reuters) - As his long, illustrious career reaches its end, Usain Bolt is confident he will not be overwhelmed by emotion at the World Athletic Championships in London on Saturday and has his sights set firmly on signing off with victory.

Kennaugh to leave Team Sky for Germany's Bora-Hansgrohe

(Reuters) - Two-times British road champion Peter Kennaugh will leave Team Sky at the end of the season after signing a two-year contract with German team Bora-Hansgrohe.

Hooper takes over as Wallabies captain

SYDNEY (Reuters) - Flanker Michael Hooper has replaced Stephen Moore as captain of the Wallabies after the veteran hooker's decision to quit international rugby at the end of the season.

Foreign buying lifts KLCI to higher close

KUALA LUMPUR: Blue chips ended higher on Wednesday on foreign fund buying of MISC, CIMB and selcted plantations but the overall broader market was still cautious.

Khairy: No official decision yet from the Philippines on hosting of 2019 SEA Games

KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian Youth and Sports Ministry is still awaiting official confirmation from the Philippines Olympic Council on whether it is withdrawing as host of the 2019 SEA Games.

Bolt ready to race, and really ready to retire

LONDON (Reuters) - Just in the unlikely case that the world of athletics did not know what they will be missing once Usain Bolt walks away in less than two weeks, the Jamaican superstar's final eve-of-race news conference rammed home the message on Tuesday.

Paris Olympics aims to regenerate poor, northeastern suburbs

BOBIGNY, France (Reuters) - The most deprived department in France is expected to be a big winner now Paris is in line to host the 2024 Olympics with thousands of homes and a new swimming centre to be built in Seine-Saint-Denis for the games.