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Ewe Hock fails to show up for disciplinary board hearing

Veteran singles shuttler Ong Ewe Hock gave the Badminton Association of Malaysia's disciplinary board the snub yesterday. And his action may spell an end to his international playing career.

Arul Thevar wins for the fourth time

Top long distance runner M. Arul Thevar won his fourth consecutive men#8217;s Open title in the Fourth Power Run held at the Dataran Merdeka in Kuala Lumpur Sunday.

Move to get more foreign entries for Bendang Run

More than 10,000 runners are expected to take part in the Second Bendang Power run in Kedah on May 3 and attempts are being made to attract more foreign participants.

Sacked Razif slams BAM

Former doubles ace Razif Sidek took a swipe at the Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) after he was booted out from the coaching and training committee.

Colourful Power sport shoes for athletes and officials

The Power sport shoes with the colours of the Malaysian flag were the draw for the athletes and officials at the training camp in Bukit Jalil yesterday.

Array of experts to look into why shuttlers fail in Athens

There will be no shortage of experts for the Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM)'s first workshop to dissect badminton's failure at the last August's Athens Olympic Games.

Supremo for coaches again and revival of the ‘think-tank’

A performance director will be back to play a prominent role in charting the future of Malaysian badminton and a 'think-tank', comprising former greats, are also set to make a return.

Mixed reactions to the new coaching set-up

THE appointment of Chinese Li Mao as a 'high performance' coach for the men's singles player has brought mixed reaction from the national players.

‘Ciku’ savours the fruits of his labour

For more than three decades, veteran badminton coach Moe Chin Kiat was almost part of the furnishing at the Selangor BA (SBA) Hall in Kampung Attap.

Current national players a lucky lot, says Chin Kiat

The current crop of national badminton players are indeed a lucky lot compared to those in the past, veteran coach Moe Chin Kiat points out.