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New school shoes for orang asli kids

BATA Malaysia presented school shoes to 55 children and youths from Kampung Orang Asli Sungai Buloh for the new school year.

The old and new welcome Choong Hann with open arms

PETALING JAYA: National coaches and players past and present gave their thumbs up to the appointment of former world No. 1 Wong Choong Hann as the new coaching director of the Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM).

James: Coaching director should be given full mandate to run the show

PETALING JAYA: Malaysia can hire the best coaching director in the world but it will be pointless if he is not given the full power to run the show.

BAM will consider all aspects in hiring a new coaching director

KUALA LUMPUR: Who is the ideal candidate for the Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM)’s coaching director post?

La Salle Games returns on Saturday

THE Malaysian Federation of Lasallian Alumni Associations (MFOLSA) and the De La Salle Brothers of Malaysia are holding a competitive sports carnival called “La Salle Games” at SMK La Salle PJ this Saturday.

St John’s to have world-class sports facilities, thanks to alumni

St John’s Institution Kuala Lumpur (SJI) will soon have world-class sports facilities when phase one of its sports facilities development programme (SFDP), an initiative by the St John’s Alumni Association (SJAA), is completed.

Former sporting greats impressed with KL Games venues

KUALA LUMPUR: The Kuala Lumpur Sports City (formerly known as the National Sports Complex) in Bukit Jalil has received a huge thumbs-up from the country’s former sporting greats.

Volunteers get insights into technical aspects of badminton for upcoming SMC Cup

VOLUNTEERS from Sri Murugan Centre (SMC) will serve as technical officials during the SMC Cup badminton championship.

Fake news causes Bata to lose RM500,000

PETALING JAYA: Fake news resulted in shoe company Bata Primavera Sdn Bhd losing more than RM500,000 within a month after an allegation went viral about the company selling shoes with the Arabic word “Allah” formed in the pattern on the soles.