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A gift for the sporting fraternity

THE election of Al-Sultan Abdullah Ri’ayatuddin Al-Mustafa Billah Shah as the new Yang di-Pertuan Agong is a significant historical moment for the national sporting fraternity.

Cheers and jeers

Who made us proud and who didn’t at the Asiad.

Silat exponents apologise for letting down team

PENCAK SILAT exponents Mohd Khaizul Yaacob and Mohd Fauzi Khalid took the blame as the team ended their Asian Games campaign without a single gold medal.

Malaysia grab 2 more silvers in silat at Asian Games

JAKARTA: Veteran sportsman Mohd Fauzi Khalid claimed Malaysia's fourth silver medal in silat in the 18th Asian Games on Wednesday (Aug 29).

Fauzi and Khaizul aim to make up for defeat of world champ Al-Jufferi

PENCAK silat exponents Mohd Fauzi Khalid and Mohd Khaizul Yaacob will be out to win gold medal for their comrade Mohd Al-Jufferi Jamari in the final day of tanding (sparring) competition at the Padepokan Pencak Silat in Taman Mini Indonesia.

Angry Jufferi slams jurors after staging walkout in final

NATIONAL pencak silat exponent Mohd Al-Jufferi Jamari staged a walkout and slammed two jurors as he fell to a shock 4-1 loss to Adi Putra Komang Harik of Indonesia in the final of the Putra E (65-70kg) event.

Syed Saddiq insists Malaysia can still meet seven-gold target

YOUTH and Sports Minister Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman is not pressing the panic button just yet.

Mohd Al-Jufferi bags silver in silat at Asian Games

JAKARTA: Three-time world champion Mohd Al-Jufferi Jamari settled for the silver medal in silat at the Indonesia Asiad.

Four brace for a torrid time

THREE-time world champion Mohd Al-Jufferi Jamari and Mohd Faizul Nasir will be out to silence Indonesian opponents and fans in pencak silat tanding (sparring) finals as they bid to add to Malaysia’s gold medal count today.

At least one gold expected from silat as six exponents storm into sparring semis

THE Malaysian pencak silat squad stayed on course to contribute at least one gold medal when six exponents marched to the semi-finals of their respective men’s events in tanding (sparring) today.