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The return to form of Nicol David has prompted the Squash Racquets Association of Penang (SRAP) to sound their intention to host the women's World Championship in 2005.
Sprinter Nazmizan Mohamed and squash player Nicol David have added another feather to their caps. Nazmizan claimed the 2003 Sportsman Award Tuesday while Nicol was named the Sportswoman of the Year.
Sports associations have welcomed the new kit for national teams to international sports events unveiled by the Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak on Monday.
World champion Nicol David received immediate recognition from the government - earning a RM200,000 reward - for winning the World Open squash title in Hong Kong on Sunday.
Being a world champion has its price. Nicol David and her family have been receiving endless phone calls and SMS congratulatory messages since she won the World Squash Open championship title in Hong Kong.
Although national athletes who excel in their sports do so for the glory, a littlehelp in the form of cash incentives by the Government does go a long way inensuring they have a comfortable future. RASHVINJEET S. BEDI reports.
A letter from JOE CARLOS,Petaling Jaya.
Berjaya Times Square will play host to the CIMB Kuala Lumpur Open Squash championships for the second consecutive time.
The Squash Racquets Association of Malaysia (SRAM) have made a recommendation to the National Sports Council (NSC) to re-hire Pakistan coach Jamshed Gul.
Delia Arnold is a national back-up squad squash player eyeing an overseas stint to help her improve on her world rankings.