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MISBUN SIDEK is a man who has a burning passion for badminton and at the age of 43, he can still give the youngsters a run for their money. Last week, he won the Selangor Open men's singles and veteran's title - the first player in the state to do so. He will be embarking on an even bigger challenge from today as he officially takes up the singles players. The enigmatic former national number one, in the interview with STARSPORT's LIM TEIK HUAT Tuesday, talked about his hopes and what he wanted from the player.
Brazil are set to end 2002, the year they won an unprecedented fifth World Cup, without a national team coach.
National doubles chief coach Yap Kim Hock has thrown a lifeline to the former national number one pair of Choong Tan Fook-Lee Wan Wah.
Busan Asian Games bronze medallist Farah Begum Abdullah is facing a bleak new year. The senior national diver stands accused of indiscipline and has been dropped from the national squad under the 2006 programme.
Malaysia's International Olympic Committee (IOC) scholarship recipients have been urged to go one step better than just merely making the grade to qualify for the Olympic Games at Athens next year.
FOR 12 years, he has been in the forefront of the national hockey team, serving as assistants to foreigners and then running the team in his own right. Today, former international and national skipper Stephen van Huizen goes into his last tournament as national junior hockey coach. He talks to STARSPORT#8217;S S. RAMAGURU about coaching and the national team.
The Malaysian Gymnastics Federation (MGF) will focus their attention on getting only the men's artistic men gymnasts to qualify for the 2004 Athens Olympic Games.