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Comment: By D. RAJ
The Malaysian Paralympic Council (MPC) are still short of funds to host the six-day Far East and South Pacific (Fespic) Games, which begin here on Nov 25.
Athletes under the 2006 AsiaComm programme are not the only ones required to sign contracts with the government. The coaches are also required to do so.
A Malaysian will have the chance to enrol in one of the prestigious European football academies through Astro's 'search for a new football star' programme, which has been titled Soccastars Malaysia.
Astro SuperSport will be introducing their latest in sports programming I>Absolute Football /I>every Sunday at 8.30pm from Sunday.
The Youth and Sports Ministry will be launching a 'talent identification programme' on television soon to seek out talented athletes for the eight core sports.
It was yet another successful edition of the Petronas F1 Malaysian Grand Prix, with more than 100,000 fans thronging the Sepang F1 Circuit on race day.
Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi has a directive for his Cabinet members and top government officials - make sure you entertain the guests at this weekend's Formula One events. Comment by Wong Chun Wai.
Astro subscribers who are sports fans in the country are in for a feast during the Olympics. They will be able to surf through from one sport with a touch of a button on their remote controls, thanks the new Gateway to the Olympics.
Astro, the official sponsors of the Malaysian team to the 2004 and 2008 Olympic Games, presented free decoders to each member of the contingent, consisting of 26 athletes and 27 officials in Kula Lumpur yesterday.