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A road accident two weeks ago did not stop S. Genesan, the country's top long distance runner, from showing up for the Malaysia Amateur Athletics Union (MAAU) orientation programme geared towards the 2003 SEA Games and 2006 Asian Games in Bukit Jalil Wednesday.
The Ng brothers are just raring to go as Malaysia gear up for the World Gymnastics Championships. Elder brother Shu Wai is set to return to China to intensify his training while Shu Mun is so keen on the world meet from Aug 16-24 in Anaheim, US that he has given up his studies.
The door is still open for track and field athletes yet to receive the Malaysian Amateur Athletics Union's (MAAU) offer letters to join their four-year development programme.
At only 16, Qatari Nasser Badr is the oldest gymnast in his national team. The youngest, Abdul Rahman Mohd Al-Naimi, is after all, only seven. And both are bubbling with excitement over the chance to represent the country in the Asian Games.
Qatar, hosts of the 2006 Asian Games, saw their national gymnastics associaton being born just over a year ago. But already, preparations for the Doha Games are in full swing.
It's ang pow time for the Squash Rackets Association of Malaysia (SRAM). In a space of only four days, they have secured a whopping RM3.4 million in sponsorships from two companies.
A string of impressive performances lately could pave the way for bowler Choy Poh Lai to get into the team for the World Tenpin Team Cup in Denmark from Feb 16-24.
The two Zulkiflis in the national squad, Zulmazran and Shalin, have been named as the Malaysian men's and women's Bowler of the Year respectively.
Malaysian squash sensation Nicol David is back in training and she expects to be back in contention by March.
Selangor proved yet again that they are the kingpins of the alleys when their bowlers raked in seven more gold medals Thursday to help the state emerge as the overall winners of the 16th inter-state championships at the Pyramid Megalanes in Subang Thursday.