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Keep the coaches for Paralympics gold, says Liek Hou

PETALING JAYA: After his triumph at the just-concluded Japan Para-badminton International, national para shuttler Cheah Liek Hou is hoping to continue training under volunteer coaches Rashid Sidek and Indonesian Nova Armada until the Paralympic Games in Tokyo next August.

Johor boys stand out in Razak Cup

PETALING JAYA: Johor’s young armada are making their presence felt in the Razak Cup.

Armada host first fundraiser

ANGKATAN Bersatu Anak Muda (Armada), the Youth Wing of Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (Bersatu) hosted their fund-raising golf tournament at Palm Garden Golf Club in IOI Resort City, Putrajaya and what a success it turned out to be.

Dutch join armada of America's Cup challengers

LONDON (Reuters) - A Dutch team has been accepted by holders Emirates Team New Zealand (ETNZ) as a challenger for the 36th America's Cup, the sixth entry for the event due to be held in Auckland in 2021.

Teen sensation Aidil sets his sights on a win in Canada

TEENAGE sensation, Aidil Sholeh Ali Sadikin is currently one of the hottest prospects in the local badminton scene.

People of England: Beating Belgium Is Not the Same as Winning Brexit

BREXIT IS AN ANGRY DREAM BASED ON A HALF-REMEMBERED HISTORY OF EMPIRE. SO IS THE POSSIBILITY THAT WE MIGHT WIN THE WORLD CUP.

The Attackers, Under Attack

NIZHNY NOVGOROD, Russia — Surely it couldn’t get worse for Argentina. In its opening World Cup game, against tiny Iceland, a game in which captain and national treasure Lionel Messi missed a penalty, the Argentines were held to a draw.

Fourth Tour title almost secure, but Froome says it's getting harder

MARSEILLE, France (Reuters) - The one crumb of comfort for those desiring the yellow jersey Chris Froome will almost certainly wear to Sunday's prize-giving in Paris is that the British rider says winning the Tour de France is getting harder.

After avoiding disaster, Froome ready to tackle Alps in close Tour

LE-PUY-EN-VELAY, France (Reuters) - After narrowly averting disaster in the Massif Central, Chris Froome believes he is ready for the final stretch of the Tour de France with a handful of rivals breathing down his neck.