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KUALA LUMPUR: Poomsae exponent Chew Wei Yan, who retired from the national taekwondo team two years ago, has two missions to achieve.
WHEN the Malaysian contingent, led by hockey star Nor Saiful Zaini, walked out into the arena at the glitzy opening ceremony of the 1996 Olympics Games in Atlanta, there were just three roses among the thorns.
PETALING JAYA: You have heard of the 1974 Dutch side’s “total football” and Barcelona’s “tiki-taka”, which was emulated by the all-conquering Spanish side of 2008 to 2012. In Malaysia, we now have “Nafuzi Ball”.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan awoke on Wednesday to the deflating reality that the Olympics they had hoped to host in Tokyo this summer were now probably 16 months away after the coronavirus crisis forced organisers into an unprecedented postponement.
SYDNEY/MEBOURNE (Reuters) - The surest sign that the tide had turned definitively against plans to press ahead with the Tokyo Games this year might have come on Monday when the Australian Olympic Committee (AOC)instructed its athletes to prepare for 2021.
PETALING JAYA: To all of Kento Momota’ female fans out there, here’s some good news. He is single – and available.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Tokyo 2020 organisers have started drafting possible alternatives to holding the Olympics this summer, two sources familiar with the talks said, in contrast to the Japanese government's stance that postponement is not an option.
ONOFF has just released their new generation of what they call their “most forgiving” line of golf clubs – the Aka family.
LONDON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - Cyclists deprived of their weekend ride out with friends and fitness fanatics who can't get to the gym are turning to online cycling workouts to help them stay in shape during the coronavirus shutdown.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - The coronavirus pandemic has disrupted Olympic qualifying and put the whole Games in doubt but most athletes would be prepared to make big compromises to compete at Tokyo, Australia's field hockey gold medallist Jamie Dwyer has told Reuters.