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THIS National Day, Maxis is celebrating the diversity of all Malaysians with its #100peratusMalaysia campaign in collaboration with eclectic Malaysian personalities.
KUALA LUMPUR: Preparing the women artistic gymnasts to dominate at the Philippines SEA Games is not the only priority for coach Nataliya Sinkova. The Ukrainian coach also wants to get Malaysian gymnasts in the Olympics for the first time in 20 years.
Carousell is running #MYLocalWira, a campaign meant to raise funds for charity where users can contribute by purchasing personal items from local personalities like Datuk Nicol David and Ann Osman.
PETALING JAYA: National artistic gymnast Farah Ann Abdul Hadi missed out on a bronze medal at the University Games in Napoli, Italy.The 25-year-old finished 0.150 points behind Russia’s Uliana Perebinosova at the fourth position with 12.550 in her pet event floor exercise. The Russian took the bronze with 12.700.
PETALING JAYA: There was no glitter for Malaysia in the artistic gymnastics individual all-around after Farah Ann Abdul Hadi finished eighth in the final at the 30th University Games in Napoli, Italy.
PETALING JAYA: It will be an uphill task for Malaysia to be placed in the medal standings at the World University Games which begins in Napoli today.
PETALING JAYA: Malaysia’s artistic gymnasts will undergo a one-month boot camp to toughen them up.
PETALING JAYA: Chin up, girls! Malaysian Gymnastics Federation (MGF) president Rachel Lau is confident the women’s artistic team will rise to the occasion at the Manila SEA Games from Nov 30-Dec 11 although they failed to win any medals from the Asian Championships in Mongolia.
PETALING JAYA: Coach Ng Shu Wai wants the national women artistic gymnasts to buck up after none of them won a medal at the Asian Championships in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.
Women of today have moved forward and away from traditional roles, for instance the homemaker. Many have crashed barriers to head corporations, become entrepreneurs and even take on roles that are deemed men’s domain.