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THE Philippines lined up its most beautiful and most famous in a one-of-a kind SEA Games opening ceremony that was more extraordinary in that it happened in two different places, 150km from each other.
THE big day is here. The months of preparations, the training and the competitions all come to a head when the 30th SEA Games begins in earnest in the Philippines with the opening ceremony today.
A TYPHOON is set to hit the Philippines on the opening day of the 30th SEA Games on Sunday, adding more headache to the organisers.
TWO decades in the sporting arena have given Datuk Megat Zulkarnain Omardin a deep sense of how things work in the world of competitive athletes.
MANILA (Reuters) - Soccer players sleeping on the floor or stranded at the airport, transport hiccups and handwritten fixture lists, not enough drinking water and food unfit for athletes - the Philippines' hosting of the Southeast Asian Games is off to a chaotic start.
COULD this be the defining SEA Games for bowler Shalin Zulkifli? The 41-year-old mother-of-one has a good shot at emulating and possibly surpassing swimmer Nurul Huda Abdullah’s all-time SEA Games record of 22 gold medals.
BANGI: For the Malaysian contingent heading to the Philippines SEA Games, 70 is the magic number.
THE Malaysian traditional boat racing (TBR) team will be out to prove a point when they return to compete in the SEA Games after a 12-year hiatus.
PUCHONG: SEA Games chef-de-mission Datuk Megat Zulkarnain Omardin said that hopes are high on the 1,137-strong contingent (779 athletes, 358 officials) to produce their best-ever outing outside Malaysia since the 2007 Korat Games in Thailand.