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Teck Hua and Shun Thing win in Indonesia

Malaysia's Luk Teck Hua and Beh Shun Thing won the women's category of the Karanganyar Cup Indonesian Beach Volleyball Championships at the Sidoarjo Beach in East Java on Sunday.

Football: U-23 squad begin serious prep for SEA Games

The national Under-23 football team would leave for Slovokia next week as they begin training in earnest for the Korat SEA Games in December

Aaron misses out on Euro title on countback

It was a heartbreak finale for national men's bowler Aaron Kong who was denied his first European title on countback in the San Marino Open yesterday.

Korat-bound athletes complete motivational camp in Malacca

A total of 41 athletes who have been shortlisted to represent Malaysia in aquatics, fencing and bodybuilding at the SEA Games in Korat, Thailand, completed their first phase of motivational training at a camp in Asahan, Malacca, yesterday.

Football: U-23 squad to represent Malaysia in Merdeka tourney

The national Under-23 squad preparing for the Korat SEA Games in December will be participating in the 39th Merdeka Tournament to be held at the Shah Alam Stadium from Aug 20-29

Azalina honoured for boosting image of women in sports

Youth and Sports Minister Datuk Seri Azalina Othman Said was accorded the 2007 Women and Sport award yesterday for boosting the image of women in sports.

FAM Association needs major ‘surgery’ after dismal showing

Scathing comments on the poor showing by the Malaysian football team at the Asian Cup continue to hog the Chinese press.

UiTM snatch victory

UiTM staged a strong comeback in the final 10 minutes of play to topple Kuala Lumpur for the men's open title at the ninth Kuala Lumpur Handball Open Championships at the Olympic Council of Malaysia (OCM) Sports Arena on Sunday.

MGA make changes and Aussie coach has to go

The Malaysian Golf Association (MGA) have made some sweeping changes to take the game to new heights and the first to feel the heat was national coach Andrew Argus.

Teong Kim says sad state of affairs due to lack of infrastructure

Former international Lim Teong Kim is not surprised at all over the sad state of affairs in Malaysian football.