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Record-breaking West Indies made the highest-ever fourth innings winning total to beat Australia by three wickets in the fourth and final test on Tuesday and avoid an unprecedented home whitewash.
With the exception of the Under-12 categories, all the winners at the recently concluded National Schools (MSSM) Badminton Championships 2004 are from the Bukit Jalil Sports School.
To widespread celebrations, West Indies captain Brian Lara swept off-spin bowler Gareth Batty to the deep fine leg boundary for his 42nd four to reclaim the world record for the highest individual Test innings on the third day of the fourth and final cricket Test against England yesterday.
The world-renowned Western Australia Institute of Sports (WAIS) will help prepare Malaysian athletes for the 2006 Doha Asian Games in Qatar.
The sport scene in Malaysia is fraught with problems. And it took an outsider to tell OCM secretary Sieh Kok Chi why, which made his face turned lobster-red. Kok Chi tells Starsport#8217;s RAJES PAUL the shortcomings in Malaysian sports after his lunch meeting with old friend and Australia International Sports Director Hallam Pereira.
Malaysia can look forward for a better showing at the Asian Games in Doha in two years' time - they are getting plenty of help from the Australians, who finished fourth at the Athens Olympics.
The United States' sparkling new training centre at a Beijing university is so new, even students there haven't been inside yet.
The flak has stopped but Youth and Sports Minister Datuk Azalina Othman Said, the 'rose among the thorns', has her work cut out. She talks to RAJES PAUL on her grand plans, like infusing a winning mentality in athletes and getting the masses involved in sports.