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The poor preparation of the national football team was cruelly laid bare Friday when they produced a pathetic show and lost 2-3 to a second-string Perak side at the Wisma FAM in Kelana Jaya.
France got the Six Nations championship underway with a 35-17 win over Ireland in Paris on Saturday but it will be Welsh fans doing most of the celebrating after their team ripped through Scotland 23-10.
Malaysia had 12 penalty corners against two for India but still went down 3-5 in a Group B match of the Olympic qualifying tournament at the Club De Compo Hockey Stadium in Madrid Thursday.
THE climb up the 18th fairway never felt so steep to Arnold Palmer. The King closed out his competitive career at the Masters on Friday with one last sentimental stroll around Augusta National - a five-hour journey that left him in tears and his army of fans feeling empty.
On a wet, cold Thursday, May 16, 1954, Roger Bannister did the unthinkable. He ran the mile in under four minutes. Fifty years on, the feat still remains one of the most momentous in athletics. It broke a long-standing mental barrier. Although Hicham El-Guerrouj now holds the world record of 3:43.13, it is Bannister's run that remains etched in memory.