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When Nurul Hudda Baharin won the first-ever shooting gold medal during the 1998 Kuala Lumpur Commonwealth Games, Hungarian Lazslo Szucsak was the Malaysian coach.
Among the first changes former national swimmer Alex Lim Keng Liat implemented when he took charge of the young Sabah squad in January was to introduce training sessions beginning at 5.30am.
(Reuters) - India's team director Ravi Shastri dismissed the tri-series in Australia preceding the World Cup as a complete waste of time and energy for a side defending their world title in less than two weeks' time.
BIRMINGHAM, England (Reuters) - India's pace spearhead Jasprit Bumrah's ability to bowl yorkers at will has been a key factor in his team's progress to the Cricket World Cup semi-finals and the right-arm pacer attributes it to the long hours he spent honing the skill.
LONDON (Reuters) - The International Tennis Federation (ITF) has hit back at accusations that there has been a lack of transparency about the proposed revamp of the Davis Cup and said it was confident the new plans would deliver long-term benefits to players, nations and sponsors.
CHERBOURG, France (Reuters) - Chris Froome's rivals need to be more aggressive if they are to prevent the Briton from winning a third Tour de France title and reap the benefits of offensive tactics, Alberto Contador's sports director said on Sunday.
BERNE (Reuters) - FIFA presidential candidate Gianni Infantino suggested expanding the World Cup to 40 teams and following the example of the European championship by spreading it across several countries to share out the "honour and benefits" of the tournament.
WELLINGTON (Reuters): Italy illustrated the benefits of playing regular international test rugby when they routed Russia 53-17 in the only game at the World Cup on Tuesday, while players from the Pacific islands were in hot water with tournament officials.