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DATUK Kamaruddin Abdul Ghani (pic) may be small in stature, but he has a staggering list of accomplishments in equestrian. He is called Centaur (who is half-man and half-horse in Greek mythology) by the international fraternity for his devotion to the sport. Among locals, he is known as the Horse Whisperer. Having contributed so much to Malaysian equestrian, the 72-year-old is still not done yet. RAJES PAUL met up with the jovial, witty and passionate man and was blown away by his fervour to do more for the nation – including racing again!
LONDON (Reuters) - Anthony Joshua was hailed as "the biggest star in British sport and the biggest star in world boxing" after his exhilarating world heavyweight title triumph over Wladimir Klitschko on Saturday sky-rocketed him into the global sporting elite.
(Reuters) - Muhammad Ali's fight gloves and a box of cigars signed by the Cuban revolutionary leader Fidel Castro are among some of the highlights in an auction of memorabilia steeped in sporting history.
BAGSHOT, England (Reuters) - Eddie Jones has seen South African rugby from both sides and describes their familiar approach of playing within strict structures but with a fierce, unrelenting physicality as "chess with steroids".
(Reuters) - Manager Arsene Wenger has urged in-form Arsenal to stay vigilant against complacency, with the Frenchman saying his years spent in England have taught him not to take the "jungle" that is the Premier League for granted.
KULAI: The family of national Paralympian Siti Noor Iasah Mohamad Ariffin, who lost the women’s T20 (intellectual disability) 400m bronze medal by a whisker at the Rio Paralympics, will always cherish her performance and achievement in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Muhammad Ali's 1974 WBC heavyweight championship boxing belt and a handwritten letter about his conversion to Islam are among items that will hit the auction block in September, in the biggest such sale since Ali's death in June.
RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - You have seen the postcards.
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (Reuters) - The death of Muhammad Ali, the former heavyweight champion known as much for his political activism as his boxing brilliance, triggered a worldwide outpouring of affection and admiration for one of the best-known figures of the 20th century.