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Special training programme for Asian Games

The Malaysian Amateur Athletic Union (MAAU) have named 70 athletes for a special training programme geared towards the 2006 Asian Games in Doha, Qatar.

Hurdler drops quit decision to take up NSC's foreign stint offer

Hurdler Moh Siew Wei contemplated to quit after a poor outing in the Busan Asian Games last October.

MHF drop Anwar and Abbas from Under-19 tournament

Forward Mohamed Anwar Ali and midfielder Abbas Nekmat, the experienced players from the Malaysian team who won the Under-18 FIH World Youth Festival tournament in Poznan last year, have been dropped from the team for the Under-19 invitational tournament, which begins on Sunday at the National Hockey Stadium in Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur.

Karate exponents to get help from top Japanese instructor

A Japanese karate instructor will be in Malaysia for a short stint this month to help improve the routine presentation and fighting techniques of the national exponents.

National diver's career takes a plunge after being left out of programme

Busan Asian Games bronze medallist Farah Begum Abdullah is facing a bleak new year. The senior national diver stands accused of indiscipline and has been dropped from the national squad under the 2006 programme.

Juniors face New Year acid test

The national Under-19 team go into their third #8211; and toughest #8211; international outing when they take on South Korea in the opening match of the MHF Under-19 International Invitational at the National hockey Stadium in Bukit Jalil.

Indian runner blasts officials and media

Indian middle-distance runner Sunita Rani has lashed out at sports officials and the media after being cleared of doping charges.

MTBC have a new chief coach, and it's not Hall

American Bill Hall will not be the chief coach of the national bowling team. The Malaysian Tenpin Bowling Congress' (MTBC) secretary, Sidney Tung, said yesterday that they would name a new foreign chief coach soon.

Sports without potentials will not get funds as NSC tighten their belt

The gravy train has come to a halt. And all the sports associations will have to brace themselves for a reduction in the funding from the National Sports Council (NSC) from this year.

New home for Penang karate exponents

Karate exponents in Penang finally have a home to call their own with the opening of the Goshin-Ryu Centre of Excellence yesterday. The centre will also serve as a national training camp.