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Malaysia mourns the passing of goalkeeping great Chee Keong

KUALA LUMPUR: Another star in Malaysia's galaxy of once formidable football greats has had its light snuffed out.


A bigger, brighter future up ahead

KUALA LUMPUR: Synonymous with Tenaga Nasional Berhad’s (TNB) iconic “Better.Brighter.” tagline, Malaysia’s utility company aspires to leave its mark as one of the sponsors of the KL Games 2017 to ensure the second biggest sports meet is “better” in terms of medal haul and supplying power for a “brighter” Games as the official Energy Partner.


Sporting icons remembered

PRAVEEN Kumar Salaish Kumar and Tong Jia Zhen were chosen as special sports icon winners for the Under-13 and Under-14 Athletics Talent Identification Programme held recently.


Tribute to two sportsmen

NEGRI Sembilan may have lost two of its more illustrious sportsmen with the passing of Olympians M. Joseph and Peter Van Huizen but their names will live long in the state and country's sporting annals.


Battle for top Sportsman award expected to be intense

TELEKOM MALAYSIA (TM) has become the title sponsors for the 2010 National Sports Awards to be announced in Kuala Lumpur on Tuesday.


A PM tweet for hockey hero

PETALING JAYA: Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak has congratulated national hockey goalkeeper S. Kumar after he was named Asia's best player for 2010 - the first Malaysian to win the award.


RM20mil youth fund to be launched Friday, PM says in video posting

PETALING JAYA: Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak has posted another video response on his blog to answer questions posted to him by the public.


Olympic Hotel has impressive World Cup memorabilia

FROM the outset of the Olympic Sports Hotel, leading up to each step along its lobby, one will inevitably recapture flashes of some of the greatest moments the World Cup has ever witnessed.


H1N1 cases up to nine now

PUTRAJAYA: Two more influenza A (H1N1) cases have been confirmed, raising the number of patients in the country to nine.


Still fearsome in their 70s

MALACCA: About twenty years ago, seven former national and Malacca state athletes dubbed the Seven UP Tennis Gang banded together to pursue their love for tennis.