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Valencia ready to spike Arsenal again

Both Arsenal and Valencia clash today desperately seeking to land the knockout blow to either's Champions League hopes and also revive their flagging form.

Mazlan wants hockey players to emulate Korean way

It is an old story. But National Sports Council (NSC) Datuk Wira Mazlan Ahmad just had to reiterate the fact that attitudes have to change if athletes aspire to win at international level.

Malaysia will find it tough to be among the medallists on opening day

The odds are stacked against Malaysia making a scorching start in the 15th World Bowling Championships at the Pyramid Mega Lanes in Bandar Sunway in Petaling Jaya today.

Lehmann on cloud nine

Arsenal goalkeeper Jens Lehmann has found paradise in England - his team are fantastic, his family are settling in well and fans are giving him the support he was denied at his old club, Borussia Dortmund.

Movie, late nights and sitting in the rain inspiring for shuttlers

They braved the rain at the shore, stayed up late into the night, endured strenuous activities and watched #8220;The Last Samurai#8221;. And the national singles badminton players came away fresher and inspired after the three-day mental training camp organised by the National Sports Council (NSC) and the Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM).

Ex-coach tells Scud to skip clay season and focus on Wimbledon

A former coach of Mark Philippoussis has advised the shattered Australian tennis star to skip the European claycourt season and focus on Wimbledon.

Choon Eng-Chong Ming makes it to Athens

Shuttler Chew Choon Eng is thankful to his partner, Chan Chong Ming, for making an Olympic dream come true. And now he is fired up to produce good performances in the Thomas Cup Finals, which begins on Friday in Jakarta.

National bowler's Masters victory helps team claim overall crown

After lying low for the entire week, Selangor's national bowler Mohd Nadri Mohd Noor sprang to life on the final day to win the boys' Masters title at the Seremban Golden Bowl early Sunday morning.

Graf and Edberg enshrined in Hall of Fame

Germany's Steffi Graf and Sweden's Stefan Edberg, who combined for 149 singles titles and 28 Grand Slam triumphs, were enshrined Sunday in the International Tennis Hall of Fame.

Give Shalin a break and she deserves your admiration

Malaysia's Shalin Zulkifli did not lose the World Cup. To me, she won and won many positive comments from all the other bowlers and overseas coaches here. She was second on average to men's top bowler Jason Belmonte of Australia. That speaks of her superb showing throughout this week.