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Community 24 Jun 2017 | 12:00 AM

1961 SEAP Games gold medallist calls for recognition of former achievement

FOR THE past two decades, there have been no lazy weekends for Ng Kah Liew.

Athletics 22 Nov 2013 | 7:31 PM

Jega back to Myanmar – where it all began

KUALA LUMPUR: It will be a nostalgic trip when the former fastest man in Asia – Tan Sri Dr M. Jegathesan heads to Myanmar for the 23rd SEA Games next month.

Community 10 Apr 2006 | 12:00 AM

Ex-long jumper leaps into resort business

Athletics is in his blood and winning gold medals in his pet event at the South-East Asia Peninsula (SEAP) Games came with regular ease.

Community 23 Jun 2017 | 12:00 AM

SEAP gold medalist, 80, seeks recognition

He won a gold medal in javelin at the South-East Asian Peninsula Games in 1961, but former school teacher Ng Kah Liew, 80, never did get to ride into the sunset. Instead, life has been a slog, especially after he retired.

Tennis 06 Jul 2017 | 12:00 AM

Muliyadi hopes men and women’s doubles can reach finals

MALAYSIA have won the tennis gold just once since it was introduced at the first SEAP Games in Bangkok in 1959.

Swimming 16 May 2021 | 4:35 PM

Former national swimmer Lim Heng Chek passes away at age 85

PETALING JAYA: Former national swimmer and Olympian Lim Heng Chek passed away on Saturday (May 15) at the age of 85.

Other Sport 12 Jan 2007 | 12:00 AM

Dreaming of Malaysian women’s rebirth in world badminton

THE Malaysian Open celebrates its 50th anniversary next week. And STARSPORT is taking a trip down memory lane withformer shuttlers and greats. We start today with women players Sylvia Ng and Jean Moey.

Lifestyle 08 May 2006 | 12:00 AM

Joy in service

WHEN former national athlete Maraiah Naidu, 58, talks about his numerous achievements in his chosen sport, he beams with pride.

Community 28 Dec 2005 | 12:00 AM

Pining for football of yesteryears

Malacca's famous footballer brothers of the sixties Robert and Richard Choe would feel much pain and sadness whenever they look or talk about the present state of affairs of the national side and the domestic game scene in general.