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A colourful year for Sarawak sports, peppered with delights and dramas

IT has been rather an exciting year for Sarawak sports, marked by significant up and down moments proving that the local arena is very much alive and kicking.


Nazreen pips Tze Liang for surprise gold in 10m platform (updated)

NAYPYITAW: It was another 1-2 finish for diving but it was the unheralded Mohd Nazreen Abdullah who shocked the more experienced Ooi Tze Liang to take gold in the men's 10m platform event.


Diving queen Mun Yee's not done yet

NAYPYITAW: The Myanmar SEA Games will not be the last for Leong Mun Yee.

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Hello and Happy New Year, everyone!

IT’S 2014 and what an exciting year we have ahead of us.

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Project 2013 hockey team wins award from sportswriters

PETALING JAYA: The national Project 2013 hockey team have been chosen to be the recipients of the Sportswriters Association of Malaysia (SAM)-100Plus “Special Award” for finishing a creditable fourth at the Junior World Cup in New Delhi last year.

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Nine-time Mr Universe Sazali honoured by sportswriters

PETALING JAYA: Most people would be bothered by a knee injury, but not Sazali Samad.


FT confident of bagging medals through divers at Sukma

PETALING JAYA: Federal Territory (FT) are expecting to continue ruling the diving pool at the Perlis Sukma (Malaysia Games) when the competition kicks off next Wednesday.


Adenan wants Malaysia Games victory in 2016

KUCHING: Chief Minister Tan Sri Adenan Satem has set an ambitious goal for Sarawak to win first place in the 2016 Malaysia Games (Sukma), which the state will host.


Fathers honoured for 'sporting' spirit

KUALA LUMPUR: Taxi driver Chong Wah Yin’s support in his son’s quest for taekwondo supremacy has been so great that he even took time off to attend the youngster’s every single tournament. And, it has paid off.

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GLASGOW BEAT: Time for NSC to raise the bar for athletes

IN sports, as in life, it’s only normal to continuously aim for greater heights. Otherwise, we might as well not set any standards, right?