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PETALING JAYA: Trust the old hand Bibiana Ng (pic) to deliver again in the SEA Games shooting competition.
KUALA LUMPUR: The National Shooting Association of Malaysia (NSAM) are hopeful that some of their national shooters will get to go for the SEA Games from Nov 30-Dec 11 under Category A.
PETALING JAYA: The odds are stacked against our shooters but coach Park Sang-soon (pic) believes the team can bring home two gold medals from the South-East Asia Championships (Seasa), starting from Aug 18-27 in Jakarta.PETALING JAYA: The odds are stacked against our shooters but coach Park Sang-soon (pic) believes the team can bring home two gold medals from the South-East Asia Championships (Seasa), starting from Aug 18-27 in Jakarta.
PETALING JAYA: Please do not keep us in the dark anymore! Olympian pistol shooter Johnathan Wong (pic) hopes for transparency and better planning now that the National Shooting Range in Subang is back in operation after a nine-month closure.
AFTER being forced to shut down for nine months, the National Shooting Range in Subang – the training ground for national shooters and the venue of many competitions – is operating once again.
SUBANG: The reopening of the National Shooting Range is a welcome boost for the national shooters in their preparation for the Philippines SEA Games in November.
PETALING JAYA: The National Shooting Association of Malaysia (NSAM) President Ally T.H. Ong Trophy 2019 and the first SportsExcel Malaysian Junior Shooting Cham-pionships 2019 has been postponed as it has yet to get the approval from the police.
ISSUES of indiscipline in sports have surged over the past few months.
KUALA LUMPUR: Talk about determination and sacrifice!
PETALING JAYA: Old-timer Charles Chen hopes to finally win his first medal in trap shooting in his fifth Commonwealth Games.