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No chance for juniors to strut their stuff

Malaysia's top junior swimmers, who shone in the just concluded National Age-Group Championships, will not get a chance to strut their stuff in the South-East Asia (SEA) Age-Group Championships in Manila next month.

Sibu to host mountain bike festival

This year's Borneo Mountain Bike Festival will be held at the Junaco Park here on June 6 and 7.

Sarawak FA to supporters: Behave or we will play in another venue

The Football Association of Sarawak (FAS) warned their fans Saturday to behave #8211; or risk being barred from the Crocs#8217; home games at the Sarawak Stadium here.

Crocs turn back to Jalil as coach

Sarawak - who are struggling to find their footing in the inaugural Super League competition with only one win in eight matches - have parted ways with their English coach Trevor Morgan.

Chien bags Sarawak’s first artistic gymnastics gold

SARAWAK'S new star Jonathan Chien stunned the national athletes while it was a day of atonement for Malacca's Tracie Ang and Nabihah Ali in the finals of the artistic gymnastics competition at the Nilai Indoor Stadium yesterday.

A birthday to remember for swim sensation Daniel

National swimmer Daniel Bego was on cloud nine Saturday. He was selected as one the nation's three outstanding junior athletes for the Commemorative Milo #8220;Tribute to Champions#8217;#8217; programme.

Youth tourney attract 14 teams

Fourteen states have confirmed their entries for the 24th Milo Malaysian Youth Table Tennis Championship 2004 to be held at the Dewan Persatuan Ping Pong Sibu, Sarawak, on Dec 10-13.

Sie Ling overcomes life’s hard knocks to bag gold medal

Sarawak's Ling Sie Ling comes from a poor family and has to work during weekends and school holidays to support herself and her father.

Sarawak rule the pool again after a two-year drought

Sarawak returned with a vengeance to reclaim the national schools swimming championships' overall title after a lapse of two years at the Kedah State Aquatic Centre in Gunung Keriang yesterday.

Sports council did not keep track of equipment purchase

The Sarawak State Sports Council spent RM2.67mil on sports equipment from 2004 to 2006 but did not keep track of purchases to prevent wastage or noshade size=1 width=50%>