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As the dust settles on the 29th South East Asian (SEA) Games, many Malaysians are still in awe of our impressive medal haul.
It would be hard to find a professor of Computer Sciences who is as passionate and committed to sports.
For some reason or another, the name Loo Kum Zee comes to mind whenever the topic of the Sea Games comes up.
Faiz's award winning goal is everything Malaysian football is not.
THEY say that you shouldn’t mix politics and sports, but in this column today, I have to, and I want to.
Many of our national records have lasted way too long.
The Government has promised that disabled athletes will be rewarded on a similar scale as their able-bodied counterparts. Will our medal winners at the Rio Paralympics get their due?
If Malaysia wants to have a good future in sports, there has to be more emphasis on athletics. There are no two ways about it.
After Malaysia’s 6-0 defeat against Palestine, things look very bleak for our football. THE GAFFER pours his heart out on the current state of our national team.
The Malaysian national team is currently ranked 164 in the world and there are suggestions that we are worse off than teams like Timor Leste and Bhutan who have leapfrogged us.
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