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SHAH ALAM: After a five-year absence, the Malaysian Open golf tournament is back – and this time, it will also offer valuable world ranking points for those still looking for a place in the Tokyo Olympics.
KUALA LUMPUR: A downpour failed to dampen the excitement at a nail-biting Agong’s Cup rugby final, with Fijian Timoci Vunimoku turning hero for Terengganu in the very last second to help his side to their first title in three tries.
KUALA LUMPUR: They have reached the final twice before, only to lose both times. They have nine national players and yet are not favourites to win. But Terengganu are out to prove the pundits wrong and get third time lucky by winning their first Agong’s Cup rugby tournament.
KUALA LUMPUR: Fuming supporters are threatening police reports and complaints to the Sports Commissioner after the Malaysian Hockey Confederation (MHC) elections turned ugly with the challenger for the presidency being disqualified.
AFTER toiling for 57 hours and 45 minutes, four endurance athletes completed the Adventure Racing World Series (ARWS) race from Kuala Lumpur to Cherating, covering a distance of around 340km.
KUALA LUMPUR: The Yang di-Pertuan Agong, Al-Sultan Abdullah Ri’ayatuddin Al-Mustafa Billah Shah wants the national hockey team to forget about the past and think of the future.
KUALA LUMPUR: Teams have been allowed to field at least four foreign stars to add spice to the 37th edition of the Agong’s Cup rugby tournament.
PETALING JAYA: Datuk M. Chandran’s tenacity and indomitable spirit in the heart of the Malaysian football team’s defence in the 70s was a distinctive attribute of his. But not many knew that the strict disciplinarian was truly a leader with a tender heart.
PETALING JAYA: It pays to play basketball, especially if you are on the victorious Negri Sembilan state team.