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Hurdler drops quit decision to take up NSC's foreign stint offer

Hurdler Moh Siew Wei contemplated to quit after a poor outing in the Busan Asian Games last October.

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A boon for badminton

The Education Ministry, with help from the Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM), plan to set up centres of excellence for the sport in every state in an effort to provide better training programmes and facilities to players.

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TTAM: Unfair of NSC to withdraw funding

The Table Tennis Association of Malaysia (TTAM) feel that it is unfair for the National Sports Council (NSC) to withdraw the training budget for their preparations towards the Vietnam SEA Games.

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Genesan still enthusiastic despite crash

A road accident two weeks ago did not stop S. Genesan, the country's top long distance runner, from showing up for the Malaysia Amateur Athletics Union (MAAU) orientation programme geared towards the 2003 SEA Games and 2006 Asian Games in Bukit Jalil Wednesday.

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FAP in all-out push to sell tickets

The FA of Penang are determined to fill the 40,000-capacity State Stadium when they open their M-League campaign with the Charity Shield clash against Selangor.

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End to shuttlers' travelling woes

The days of hectic commuting are over for the national shuttlers. From next week, all national players will stay at the newly renovated hostel in the Stadium Juara compound.

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England finally complete the elusive grand slam

England travel to the World Cup in Australia this year installed at last as Six Nations grand slam champions after thrashing Ireland 42-6 at Lansdowne Road Sunday.

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Euro exposure for our school kids

The Malaysian Schools Sports Council (MSSM) will for the first time send promising athletes to competitions in Europe this year.

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The fountain of French flair

France, who won the World Cup in 1998, are preparing for future glory by focusing on the sport#8217;s development at the youth-level. PAUL GABRIEL, who visited the Clairefontaine National Institute of Football recently, writes that playing ball is serious business for the children at France#8217;s famed football academy.

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No chance for juniors to strut their stuff

Malaysia's top junior swimmers, who shone in the just concluded National Age-Group Championships, will not get a chance to strut their stuff in the South-East Asia (SEA) Age-Group Championships in Manila next month.