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Kelantan triumphant in Under-19 cricket tournament

KUALA LUMPUR: Kelantan made a superb turnaround to emerge as champions in the Bauer Under-19 Cricket Inter-State Division One Championship at Kinrara Oval.

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Added thrills in F1 at Sepang

KUALA LUMPUR: The 12th edition of the Petronas Malaysian F1 Grand Prix at the circuit in Sepang from April 2-4 promises huge doses of excitement for motorsports fans.

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Hosts Malacca eye most sought after football gold medal

HOSTS Malacca have set their sights on winning Sukma's (Malaysia Games) most coveted medal - the men's football gold.

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SIC target regional markets as F1 race clashes with polls

The organisers of the Petronas Malaysian F1 Grand Prix, the Sepang International Circuit (SIC), have made adjustments to their promotion strategies in view of the country#8217;s general election.

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Nazmizan adds Sportsman award to Olympian title

Sprinter Nazmizan Mohamed and squash player Nicol David have added another feather to their caps. Nazmizan claimed the 2003 Sportsman Award Tuesday while Nicol was named the Sportswoman of the Year.

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Night sessions to get bowlers in the right mood

The 15th World Bowling Championships are still a week away but Malaysia have taken steps in their bid to stay a step ahead of their rivals.

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Singapore to host F1 race

Singapore has won a five-year deal to host a Formula One race on a street circuit starting next year, and hopes to break new ground by staging the first Grand Prix night race, a government minister said yesterday.

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Alvin, Durratun get the nod

Optimist sailor Alvin Yeow Jian Shing and rhythmic gymnast Durratun Nashihin Rosli retained the honours for their sports in winning the 2002 Milo-MSSM Sportsboy and Sportsgirl Awards in a ceremony held at the Education Ministry.

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A heavy burden for athletes in Athens

The Malaysian athletes to the Olympics will carry a heavy burden on their shoulders in Athens. The fate of their national associations could rest on how well they fare.