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MWF appeal for weightlifting to be included in Sukma

JOHOR BARU: The Malaysian Weightlifting Federation (MWF) have called for weightlifting to be considered at the 2020 Malaysia Games (Suk­ma) in order to find new talents.MWF president Datuk Ayub Rahmat expressed his dissatisfaction over news reports that the status of weightlifting as one of the sports in Sukma was still uncertain.

Weightlifters get one more chance

PETALING JAYA: Shape up or ship out!

Aznil and Erry carry the weight of winning medals in Samoa

PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian Weightlifting Federation (MWF) have set a top-three target for Muhd Aznil Bidin and Mohd Erry Hidayat (pic) at the Commonwealth Weightlifting Championship in Apia, Samoa, from tomorrow until July 14.

MWF end self-imposed ban to give Aznil a shot at Olympic qualification

PETALING JAYA: Malaysian Weightlifting Federation (MWF) have cut short their self-imposed one-year international ban.

Fazrul among five weightlifters banned for doping

KUALA LUMPUR: Commonwealth Games bronze medallist Mohamad Fazrul Azrie Mohdad is among five weightlifters banned for four years over doping offence.

Latest doping issue threatens weightlifting’s Sukma future

PETALING JAYA: Weightlifting faces the possibility of being kicked out from the Sukma (Malaysia Games).

Sukma-bound weightlifter pays heavy price after failing doping test

PETALING JAYA: A weightlifter will be barred from competing in the Malaysia Games (Sukma) in Perak after failing a doping test.

Azroy: MWF’s self-imposed ban an injustice to innocent weightlifters

KUALA LUMPUR: Commonwealth Games gold medallist Mohd Azroy Hazalwafie Izhar Ahmad is crying foul over the self-imposed ban made by the Malaysian Weightlifting Federation (MWF).

MWF impose one-year ban on weightlifters following doping cases

PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian Weightlifting Federation (MWF) have decided on a self-imposed ban by not sending their athletes to international competitions for a year following a series of doping cases involving their lifters.