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Malaysian yacht Ulumulu from Sarawak appears to have clinched third place in Racing Class of the 15th island-hopping Raja Muda Regatta after two inshore races in Langkawi Friday.
The start of tonight#8217;s Tiger Cup semi-final first-leg tie between Indonesia and Malaysia will be preceded by a one-minute silence as a mark of respect for the thousands of lives lost when a deadly earthquake and tsunami waves ripped through South and South-East Asia on Sunday.
After a traumatic few days for both countries, the Indonesian and Malaysian football teams are ready to take centre stage as attention shifts to Stadium Utama Senayan here for their Tiger Cup semi-final, first-leg tie tonight.
The sporting world, from football giants Manchester United to glamorous tennis star Maria Sharapova, has united to help raise money for victims of Asia's tsunami disaster.
The mascot of the Asian Games 2006 was unveiled in a colourful ceremony in conjunction with the start of the 700-day countdown to the 15th edition of the Games on the waterfront of the Qatari capital here last night.
Former winner Neil Pryde on I>Hi-Fi Team Pryde /I>took advantage of strong winds to win the Racing Class in the first overnight passage race of the Raja Muda Selangor International Regatta from Port Klang to Pangkor on Sunday.
The Neil Pryde-skippered Hi-Fi finished tops again in Race 2 of the Raja Muda Selangor International Regatta yesterday afternoon.