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Bodybuilder who tested positive may lose his NSC job

KUALA LUMPUR: The country’s top bodybuilder, who has been tested positive for doping, is set to lose his job with the National Sports Council.

Onus on national body to reveal dopers

KUALA LUMPUR: The National Sports Council (NSC) have declared that it’s up to the National Sports Associations (NSAs) to reveal the identity of an athlete caught for doping.

Malaysia rocked by athlete doping again

KUALA LUMPUR: Two more doping cases have gripped Malaysian sport – with the latest involving one of the nation’s top bodybuilders.

Pound promises 'wow factor' in part two of WADA report

(Reuters) - Dick Pound, author of the report that revealed shocking levels of doping in Russian athletics and led to the suspension of Russia's athletics federation, says the upcoming second part of the report will be even more explosive.

When size matters, world rugby feels the impact

LONDON (Reuters) - When Daniel Wigley, who weighs 108 kilos and is two metres tall, jogs onto the field at his local rugby club in north London, he feels small.

Persistent Syarul flexes his way to Mr Asia title

SEPANG: Perseverance has finally paid off for bodybuilder Syarul Mike Mahen.

Mum’s the word for Jun Hao’s progress in badminton

KUALA LUMPUR: Mum knows best. Just ask shuttler Leong Jun Hao of Bukit Jalil Sports School (BJSS).

Sailors take precautions in fear of Rio water

SAO PAULO (Reuters) - International sailors in Brazil for an Olympic test event are taking special supplements and precautionary measures to stop them getting sick during and after the week-long event in Rio de Janeiro's murky waters, team representatives said on Friday.

WADA to appeal in Australia Rules supplements case

SYDNEY (Reuters) - The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) is to appeal the decision by the Australian Football League (AFL) to acquit sports scientist Stephen Dank of doping charges.

U.S. female rower readies for solo Pacific Ocean odyssey

(Reuters) - Sonya Baumstein lay in bed one sleepless night and wept softly as she pondered her upcoming attempt to cross the Pacific Ocean alone in a rowboat.