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Football

Nazmi's good for 2017 SEA Games

PUTRAJAYA: Footballer Mohd Nazmi Faiz Mansor could very well feature in four SEA Games. The 21-year-old has already played in two SEA Games – winning the gold in Jakarta in 2011 before returning home empty-handed at the Myanmar Games in Naypyitaw two years ago.

Other Sport

Malaysia’s SEA Games gold medal target is '50, more or less’

KUALA LUMPUR: Fifty – more or less. That’s the gold medal target set for the Malaysian contingent for next month’s SEA Games in Singapore.

Athletics

Teacher Izzuddin granted leave to train for SEA Games

KUALA LUMPUR: National sprinter Mohd Izzuddin Yahaya’s wish to train full time for next month’s Singapore SEA Games has been granted.

Squash

Rachel dreams of winning family's first SEA Games gold

MALACCA: Teenager Rachel Arnold comes from a family of national squash players. But none of her family members – dad Arnold, brother Timothy and sister Delia – has ever won the gold medal in the SEA Games.

Athletics

Josephine back at the SEA Games after 22 years

KUALA LUMPUR: Former SEA Games gold medallist Josephine Mary will be back in the SEA Games after 22 years.

Other Sport

STARSPORT’s Report Card for Malaysia at the SEA Games

MALAYSIA ended the 28th Singapore SEA Games in fourth overall with a haul of 62 golds 58 silvers and 66 bronzes.

Other Sport

Snooker and Billiards will be in KL SEA Games

KUALA LUMPUR: The Olympic Council of Malaysia (OCM) have yet to decide on the final number of sports for the 29th edition of SEA Games here in 2017.

Other Sport

27th SEA Games will mark a milestone for Malaysia

KUALA LUMPUR: The 27th edition of the SEA Games in Nayphidaw, Myanmar, in December will mark a milestone for Malaysia in the series.

Other Sport

Olympian Traisy axed as Asum pick juniors for SEA Games

KUALA LUMPUR: Olympian Traisy Vivien Tukiet has been dropped from the national diving squad for the Myanmar SEA Games in December.

Say What

Athletes should go to SEA Games on merit

OUTSIDE interference is an ugly word. And, sadly, it has reared its ugly head again – this time in the selection of athletes to the Myanmar SEA Games in December.