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For some reason or another, the name Loo Kum Zee comes to mind whenever the topic of the Sea Games comes up.
Many of our national records have lasted way too long.
If Malaysia wants to have a good future in sports, there has to be more emphasis on athletics. There are no two ways about it.
A lot of Malaysians were probably disappointed and devastated when our wushu exponent Tai Cheau Xuen tested positive for a banned substance at the Asian Games in Incheon.
The Asian Games is the best indicator of how competitive our athletes are on the international stage.
Let's put aside our differences and get fit together.
The biggest sporting event of this year is definitely the FIFA World Cup in Brazil.
The 1990s were undoubtedly the golden years of Malaysian athletics. While we may have had bigger stars in past years – Rabuan Pit in the 1980s and M Jegathesan in the 1960s – the combination of talent in the 1990s has, in ONG KIAN MING's opinion, never been replicated.