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Mon Redee makes history with individual title

Mon Redee Sut Txi created history in the Asian Archery circuit in Bangkok last week when she became the first Malaysian women to win a gold medal in the Olympic event.

Our men bowlers finally come good

Our men have almost always had to play second fiddle to the women as far as bowling is concerned. But if their performance at the recently-concluded World Tenpin Team Cup at the Odense Bowling Hall in Denmark is anything to go by, then they are ready to step out of the shadow of their more illustrious women's counterparts.

South Korea's Hyun-il win men's singles title in Swiss Open

South Korean Lee Hyun-il emerged as the men's singles champion in the Swiss Open badminton championships at the Jakob Sport Hall in Basel yesterday.

Hafiz: My ultimate goal is to win the Olympics gold medal

At just 20 years old, Mohd Hafiz Hashim has won one of the most prestigious tournaments in the world #8211; the All-England men's singles title. So, what#8217;s next for Malaysia's shuttle king? Here, he talks to Starsport's RAJES PAUL about his awesome show of power in Birmingham and his plans.

Champs North Korea draw with Thailand

Defending champions North Korea netted a late equaliser to earn a 2-2 draw with hosts Thailand while Sweden defeated Qatar 3-2 in the opening matches of the 34th King#8217;s Cup on Sunday.

Josiah wins keirin silver in first leg of World Cup

National track cyclist Josiah Ng made a storming start to his World Cup campaign by beating two former world champions to win silver in the keirin event in the opening leg held in Moscow last weekend.

All-England: Hafiz in the final

Mohd Hafiz Hashim put up a fiery performance in chilly Birmingham Saturday to set up an explosive men's singles final against top seed and defending champion Chen Hong of China in the US$125,000 All-England badminton championships.

Cyclist Josiah eyes new national record at Moscow

National track cyclist Josiah Ng has settled in well at the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) Training Centre in Aigle, Switzerland. Now, he is ready for his first big task of the year #8211; the first leg of the four-round World Cup season in Moscow this weekend.

Ramlan takes full blame for delay in announcing doping results

National Sports Institute (NSI) director Dr Ramlan Abdul Aziz has admitted that there was a delay in announcing the results of the doping tests conducted on four Sukma athletes.

Our shuttlers take to the courts hoping to end drought in All-England

The Malaysian shuttlers will swing into action today at the National Indoor Arena in Birmingham aiming to end the country's long and agonising wait for the men's singles and doubles titles at the All-England championships.