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FOUR years ago, Alan Lim gave up his career as an accountant to take up full-time coaching in football. Today, besides coaching junior players, the Football Association Malaysia (FAM) A-class licence holder has extended his assistance to disabled athletes.
Last year, the Malaysia Paralympic shuttlers performed well in the inaugural Asia Paralympic Cup held in Kuala Lumpur and proved they were among the best in Asia. For the next few days, they have to go one step better when they compete in the ongoing International Badmin-ton Association for the Disabled (IBAD) World Championships in Hsin Shu City, Taiwan.
B>T/B>HE name Chan Bee Tin may not ring a bell within the sports fraternity.
THE hushed silence followed by the roarwas deafening as well as hair-raising.People stopped to cheer for the lone figurewho approached the finishing line with poise, followed closely by his partner.
B>S/B>INGAPOREAN Jovin Tan Wei Qiang, 20, defied all odds to emerge champion in the 2nd Penang Municipal Council (MPPP)/Pe-nang Swimming Club (PSC) International Regatta Access Class Race.
With virtually the whole of ice hockey-mad Canada gearing up for the NHL playoffs, it is little surprise the Commonwealth Games have failed to generate much interest.