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BEIJING (Dec 1, China Daily): Chinese swimmer Sun Yang revealed a signed document on Sunday (Dec 1), demonstrating that the Doping Control Officers (DCO) that arrived to test his blood and urine on Sept 4,2018, "lacked sufficient credentials."
MANILA (Dec 1): The Philippines is expected to post gains in new businesses, tourism receipts and prestige from hosting this year's edition of the South-east Asian Games, despite teething problems that have cast a harsh light on the country's ability to put together big international events.
WILL it be wushu exponent Wong Weng Son, ice skater Julian Yee, the polo team or even breakdancer Sam Jee Lek (pic)? Who will get the honour of delivering Malaysia’s first gold medal today?
MANILA: There was no happy ending for Malaysian track cyclist Azizulhasni Awang on his return visit to the Hong Kong Velodrome for the third leg of the Track World Cup.
MULTIMEDIA University (MMU) makes sure its student athletes graduate on time and not prolong their university years.
Airbnb recently announced a nine-year deal to become a leading partner of the Olympics, promising safe and sustainable accommodation for visitors and athletes’ families.
IT is a monstrous SEA Games by any proportion. The Philippines hosted 40 sports and introduced arnis and dancesport when they last hosted the Games in 2005.
IT has been something of an annus horribilis for national rifle shooter Mohd Ezuan Nasir Khan – but he is still hoping for one saving grace before the year ends.
THERE is nothing much for national women’s doubles shuttler Vivian Hoo to prove when she makes her fifth straight SEA Games appearance in the Philippines.
PETALING JAYA: Malaysia’s top mixed doubles shuttler Goh Liu Ying is nursing an ankle injury and that could spell trouble for her and partner Chan Peng Soon at the World Tour Finals in Guangzhou, China, from Dec 11-15.