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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Antonio Castillo discovered the joyful athleticism of breakdancing as a child in Mexico in the 1980s. Now a new generation of young people comes to his Washington studio to learn the finer points of a dance style that has evolved into a sport, hoping one day to bring home Olympic gold.
TOKYO (Reuters) - World number one badminton player Kento Momota was discharged from hospital on Friday, his sponsor Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corp, said in a statement, after being treated for injuries sustained in a vehicle collision in Malaysia.
(Reuters) - Ethiopian long-distance runner Kenenisa Bekele believes Mo Farah has struggled to flourish in the marathon events at the highest level and said he was not surprised by the Briton's decision to return to the track.
PETALING JAYA: Expect Japanese world No. 1 shuttler Kento Momota to respond strongly after his recent misfortune – and make his nation proud at the Tokyo Olympics.
SHAH ALAM: The euphoria of her three-gold feat at the SEA Games is long over and national gymnast Farah Ann Abdul Hadi now has her mind on the Olympics.
SHAH ALAM: There’s plenty of hope now for the future for a once little-known sport, thanks to a geeky electrical engineering lecturer who turned out to be one of the best gamers in the region.
KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian media’s obsession with the country’s first gold medal is not right, says former Olympic Council of Malaysia (OCM) president Tunku Tan Sri Imran Tuanku Ja’afar.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's Naomi Osaka heads to Melbourne looking to defend her Australian Open title following a tumultuous 2019 which saw her reach world number one, change coach twice and become the second-highest paid female athlete on the planet.
PETALING JAYA: Shalin Zulkifli (pic) is mum over her future with the national bowling team as she has left it to the National Sports Council (NSC) and the Malaysian Tenpin Bowling Congress (MTBC) to decide on her fate.
PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian Gymnastics Federation (MGF) will not spare the rod when it comes to indiscipline – whether the guilty ones are athletes or officials.