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PETALING JAYA: Swimmer Welson Sim felt heavy in his legs when he returned to pool training on the first day of the Road To Tokyo programme at Bukit Jalil. But after three months out of the pool, Welson can be excused for feeling sluggish.
PETALING JAYA: Welson Sim (pic), who has had to return from a training stint with top swimmers in Melbourne, will not lack competition here even though only a small number of athletes have been allowed to return to training from June 1.
TO SHOW appreciation for Penang’s athletes, the state government presented RM23,500 in incentives to eight state players who contributed gold medals in the SEA Games under its Skim Kemenangan Sukan Kerajaan Negeri Pulau Pinang (Skimas).
TO show appreciation for Penang’s athletes, the state government presented RM23,500 in incentives to eight state athletes who contributed gold medals in the Southeast Asian Games (SEA Games) under its Skim Kemenangan Sukan Kerajaan Negeri Pulau Pinang (Skimas).
PETALING JAYA: If his current form is anything to go by, diver Ooi Tze Liang has a mountain to climb in the Diving World Cup in Tokyo at the end of April.
PHEE Jinq En is a flying star and a truly shining example for Malaysian athletes. She sacrificed her time, studies and even exams to fly in from the United States to focus on realising her dream to claim the women’s 50m and 100m breaststroke titles in her third SEA Games.
AS a teenager, Ooi Tze Liang looked up to Yeoh Ken Nee as a role model when he took the plunge into diving.
CLARK (Philippines): Filipina sprinter Kristina Marie Knott defeated Vietnam's "Queen of Speed" Le Tu Chinh on Saturday (Dec 7) to take her South-East Asian (SEA) Games 200m track title in the first night of track and field action at the stadium in New Clark City.