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MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Former Australia chef de mission and Olympic rowing champion Nick Green has cast doubt on the Tokyo Games, saying it would be "very difficult" to hold them as the world grapples with the global coronavirus pandemic.
PETALING JAYA: National badminton legend Lee Chong Wei is one of the happiest men in the country after witnessing Lee Zii Jia’s spectacular All-England debut last week.
WE live in a time of much uncertainty. No, I am not talking about Malaysian politics.
KUALA LUMPUR: Former badminton star Datuk Lee Chong Wei (pic) knows the struggle of an athlete when things go beyond one’s control.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australian swimming great Ian Thorpe says athletes should not put their Olympic dreams before their health in deciding whether to compete at the Tokyo Games as global health authorities battle to contain the spread of the new coronavirus.
TOKYO (Reuters) - In the kitchen at Fukudokoro Sakai, a restaurant across the road from a seafood market at the southern tip of the main island of Japan, the chef casually hacks off the head of a live pufferfish.
PETALING JAYA: The future SEA Games gymnastics competition will have to follow the rules of the International Gymnastics Federation (FIG).
KUALA LUMPUR: They say your word is as good as your bond – but not for the Philippines South-East Asian Games Organising Committee (Phisgoc).
KUALA LUMPUR: The Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) are not at all happy with the way the Badminton World Federation (BWF) are making decisions without engaging member affiliates, with the latest being a move to switch shuttles.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australian firebrand Nick Kyrgios has expressed an interest in joining his country's Olympic team in Tokyo, four years after withdrawing from the Rio Games in controversial circumstances.