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HAVING been away from home for nearly two weeks, one would expect S. Kisona to miss Malaysian food, particularly mum’s cooking.
(Reuters) - FIFA's Club World Cup gets underway on Wednesday with hosts Qatar facing a major test of the country's ability to deal with an influx of foreign fans.
MSSWPKL junior open championship continues to be platform to nurture young talents.
(Reuters) - Tony Finau's ancestral roots lie not too far from Melbourne in the South Pacific but he bleeds Red, White and Blue and could not be more motivated to play for Tiger Woods at this week's Presidents Cup.
(Reuters) - Qatar's Education City Stadium will not host matches during the FIFA Club World Cup this month after the official opening of the venue was postponed until early 2020, soccer's world governing body said in a statement on Saturday.
UNITED STATES-based golf star Alyaa Abdulghany is all pumped up to don national colours for the first time at the SEA Games.
PETALING JAYA: A bit of Barcelona, a shot of Real Madrid and bits and pieces from Valencia, Atletico and Villareal.
MARCHING band. Fireworks. Cheerleaders. Electrifying atmosphere. It was only a college football match between two universities – Georgia State and Appalachian State – at the Georgia State Stadium in Atlanta but it felt like a top-notch National Football League (NFL) game I often watch on television.
NUR Iman Balqis Khairik Azmi is a pint-sized pupil of SK Lavendar Heights in Seremban. She was among the over 600 primary school pupils from the state who participated in the Negri Sembilan 1st Serve Tennis Carnival at the Centre Court in Paroi last week.
KUALA LUMPUR: National middle distance runner Savinder Kaur was on cloud nine after improving on her personal best by more than six seconds to win gold in the women’s 1,500m with 4:27.45 in the Bukit Jalil Sports School (BJSS) Athletics Championships.