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THE desire to give every player an equal opportunity to realise his or her talent is what gave birth to the Looi Badminton Academy, which later went on to become the Petaling Badminton Club (PBC).
SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea's political tensions with North Korea and China are depressing ticket sales for the 2018 Winter Olympics in the South Korean city of Pyeongchang, leaving hundreds of thousands of tickets unsold, the organiser said on Friday.
KUALA LUMPUR: Shuttler Goh V Shem has given up on his partnership with Tan Wee Kiong.
BERLIN (Reuters) - The presidents of world soccer body FIFA and the international athletics federation IAAF have not been proposed for appointment to the International Olympic Committee when the IOC session votes in new members in September.
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Intel Corp said on Wednesday that it would become a major sponsor of the International Olympic Committee, making the chipmaker the latest technology company to put marketing dollars behind the global sporting event.
(Reuters) - Eastern Sports Club coach Chan Yuen-ting was comforted by her opposite number Luiz Felipe Scolari after her Asian Champions League debut at Chinese powerhouse Guangzhou Evergrande ended in a nightmarish 7-0 defeat.
SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korean conglomerate Samsung Group will make good on its sponsorship promises to the 2018 Winter Olympics despite being caught up in a corruption scandal that saw its chief arrested last week, Pyeongchang chief Lee Hee-beom said on Tuesday.
SEOUL (Reuters) - Samsung Electronics Co's <005930.KS> sponsorship of the equestrian-athlete daughter of a long-time friend of President Park Geun-hye has helped to land South Korea's top company in the centre of the country's influence-peddling scandal.
KUALA LUMPUR: Former Malaysian badminton greats Foo Kok Keong and Yap Kim Hock have given the thumbs up to the new 30-minute per match ruling in the SS Purple League (SSPL).
MONZA, Italy (Reuters) - Ten video gamers will take on Formula E racing drivers in a virtual 'ePrix' in Las Vegas in January with $1 million in prize money to be won, organisers of the electric series announced on Thursday.