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Festive mood and quirky sights aplenty

KIM KHOO failed to complete the race among the top finishers, but the eight-year-old, who came dressed as a ballet dancer, had as much fun as the others in the Subang Jaya 10km Run yesterday.


Thumbs up for junior squad

B>A/B>NTICIPATION, determination and hope ruled the day as cheerleading squads arrived at Komtar Geodesic Dome in Penang on Sunday for 'Cheer 2005 North', the northern region inter-school cheerleading competition.


Cheerleaders on the radio

Catch the instructors from the British Cheerleading Association who will also be in the judging panel for Cheer 2005 on Red 104.9 with Tim Shareena on Kickstart at 9am today.


400 teens pick up valuable tips from British experts

More than 400 teenagers from the Klang Valley gathered at Dewan D'Kelana here over the past two days for cheerleading clinics conducted by instructors from the British Cheerleading Association.


Keep it clean and have fun, say judges

Keep a clean routine, and make sure your stunts and routine are tight and coordinated. But most of all have fun.


Powerhouses lead the pack on first day of competition

The traditional powerhouses ruled on the first day of Cheer 2005, with a couple of new teams trying to spring a surprise.


Cheer 2005: Dynamitez steal the show

Their name is Dynamitez, and they produced an explosive show to win the Cheer 2005 grand prize with a clear margin.


International debut for cheerleaders

The 20-member team, aged between 15 and 22 who started off competing against each other at the National Cheerleading Competition. Cheer 2003 is now all set to make its presence felt at the 2005 British Cheerleading Association's (BCA) 16th Annual International Cheerleading Championships.


Fear factor of money politics Speaker: It’s like the disease cancer

B>PENANG: /B>'If you love Malaysia, say no to money politics. It is the least you could do for your country.'


Future leaders get their say

B>M/B>ONEY politics is one of the hottest topics discussed lately, especially after the call by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi to wipe out this corrupt practice.