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KUALA LUMPUR: SEA Games silver-medal winning discus thrower Choo Kang Ni is slowly but surely making progress since changing to a new technique in February.
(Reuters) - England must abandon thoughts of providing a spectacle when they face New Zealand in Saturday's Rugby World Cup semi-final and opt for an effective style that may not be easy on the eyes, former All Blacks flyhalf Andrew Mehrtens has said.
KUALA LUMPUR: National paddler Karen Lyne gets to train only in the evening as part of of her preparation for the Philippines SEA Games but she has no time to worry about it.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Identifying talent, having the courage to select players with growth potential and showing a willingness to change were key components of a successful rugby coach, former All Blacks loose forward Murray Mexted has said.
PETALING JAYA: The National Football Development Programme (NFDP) set-up is undergoing changes, but one man will remain to make sure the reshuffle pays dividends.
LONG distance runner K. Prabudass is in line for a really tiring outing in the SEA Games. He will have to keep running for three days in a row, according to the athletics schedule.
WHEN he won two golds at the Asian Championships in Kuwait six weeks ago, the experts told him he had peaked too early and that he would falter at the SEA Games.
NAIROBI (Reuters) - Eliud Kipchoge, the greatest marathon runner in history, the world record holder and only man to go under two hours for the distance, has told Reuters he will defend his Olympic title in Tokyo next year - if selected.
KUALA LUMPUR: Aung La N Sang, the ONE Championship middleweight and light heavyweight champion, will appear as a special guest at the ONE: Mark of Greatness event on Friday.