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THE Selangor edition of Rural Sports (Sukan Luar Bandar) was held in Paya Jaras, Selangor, as part of the state government’s efforts to create a sporting culture and build a more healthy and energetic society.
HELSINKI (Reuters) - Matti Nykanen, the Finnish ski jumping great who soared to unprecedented Olympic glory but struggled with alcohol addiction and personal chaos, died on Monday at the age of 55.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Swimmer Ian Thorpe headlined a who's who of Australian Olympic champions calling for more government spending on elite sport on Wednesday, writing in an open letter that the current funding model was "broken".
AS SHE climbed down the steps at the Gelora Bung Karno Stadium, Swapna Barman, India’s newly-minted Asian Games heptathlon champion, handed over her gold medal to a bearded man and bent down to touch his feet.
JAKARTA (Reuters) - As she climbed down the steps at the Gelora Bung Karno Stadium, Swapna Barman, India's newly-minted Asian Games heptathlon champion, handed over her gold medal to a bearded man and bent down to touch his feet.
AN Indian team doctor has been reprimanded for breaching the “No Needle” policy at the Commonwealth Games, ending an investigation that began when syringes were found in the Games Village.
Sun Life Malaysia recently concluded their SHiNE Resolution Run which attracted over 3,000 runners this year. Ten per cent of the proceeds went to Sun Life Malaysia’s charity partners, Hope Worldwide Malaysia and Diabetes Malaysia.
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Triple Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton says he is trying to go vegan out of concern for the planet, love of animals and his own health.
ABDUL Razak Hitam (pic) lost both his lower limbs to diabetes last year. But that hasn’t stopped the 81-year-old pioneer member of the Malaysia Lawn Bowls Federation from supporting the national team at the Kuala Lumpur SEA Games.
RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - Doping in athletics could be slashed overnight if sponsors showed any will to eradicate it, according to Steve Magness, the coach who blew the whistle on an elite Nike-sponsored athletics programme but now feels like a pariah in the sport as a result.