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SARAWAK’S emergence as overall champions for a seventh consecutive year with a final haul of 19 gold, 11 silver and 13 bronze medals plus also the crowning of the east Malaysian state’s Quek Lee Yong and Grace Wong Xiu Mei as Sportsboy and Sportsgirl respectively provided the loudest cheer at the five-day National Schools Sports Council Track and Field (MSSM) Championships at the Hang Tuah Stadium in Krubong, Malacca.
SINGAPORE: Athletes Mohd Izzudin Yahaya and Grace Wong Xiu Mei will be making their debuts at the Singapore SEA Games in contrasting fashion.
SINGAPORE: The Malaysian athletics team bound for the Singapore SEA Games endured a mixed day in the Asian Track and Field (ATF) Championships in Wuhan, China.
MOST of the Malaysian athletes heading for the Singapore SEA Games are youngsters. Here are some of the young guns StarSport expects will make heads turn in Singapore.
After getting all their calculations wrong at last year’s Commonwealth Games and Asian Games, the NSC have wisen up. They are not predicting Malaysia's gold medal haul at the 28th Singapore SEA Games, which officially start on Friday.
KUALA LUMPUR: Sarawak hammer thrower Jackie Wong Siew Cheer can now look forward to competing in the Asian Track and Field (ATF) Championships in Wuhan, China, from June 3-7. His visa application to compete in China has been approved.
KUALA LUMPUR: Two athletes will know this weekend if their SEA Games dream is still on.
MALACCA: Not even jetlag can stop Shereen Samson Vallabouy. The 17-year-old arrived here on Tuesday from Qatar – straight after winning bronze in the girls’ 400m at the Asian Youth Championships in Doha on Monday.