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PETALING JAYA: It would be unthinkable for any athlete to go without any competition for the entire year but it could become a reality for cyclists Azizulhasni Awang and Mohd Shah Firdaus Sahrom.
(Reuters) - A look at the key facts and records of American Serena Williams and Belarus' Victoria Azarenka before their U.S. Open semi-final on Thursday (prefix number denotes seeding):
(Reuters) - The International Olympic Committee has confidence in its preparations and in Japanese government support for next year's Tokyo Olympics, but said all scenarios would be discussed in the coming weeks amid the ongoing pandemic.
PETALING JAYA: It’s a common saying that an athlete is past their prime when they hit 30 but Malaysia’s track cyclist Azizulhasni Awang is the exception.
BEIJING (Reuters) - Over 160 human rights advocacy groups have delivered a joint letter to the chief of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) calling for it to reconsider its choice to award China the 2022 Winter Games in light of Beijing's human rights record.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Even if the COVID-19 pandemic does not prevent the Tokyo Olympics from going ahead next year, the blazing summer heat in the Japanese capital could still make the Games 'a nightmare', an advisor to the organising committee has told Reuters.
LAUSANNE, Switzerland (Reuters) - Double Olympic 800 metres champion Caster Semenya has lost her appeal to the Swiss Federal Tribunal (SFT) to set aside a 2019 Court of Arbitration (CAS) ruling that female athletes with high natural testosterone levels must take medication to reduce it.
PETALING JAYA: First it was the Covid-19 pandemic. Now it is the African Horse Sickness (AHS) which has hit the Malaysian equestrian community.
PETALING JAYA: Malaysia will be hosting an invitational international diving championship but with a twist in Bukit Jalil.
ATHENS (Reuters) - The Olympic Games' cost overruns in recent decades are a result of the International Olympic Committee's delay in undertaking deep reforms, and it is now paying the price, said the lead author of new Oxford University research.