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PETALING JAYA: Track cyclist Azizulhasni Awang bowed to the ground in gratitude after dismounting from his bike.
PETALING JAYA: Doubles legend Datuk Razif Sidek may have aged but he is willing to serve the nation again for the sake of Malaysian badminton.
OITA, Japan (Reuters) - France coach Jacques Brunel said he had no complaints about the red card shown to Sebastien Vahaamahina during the World Cup quarter-final loss to Wales on Sunday but was unhappy that the winning try was allowed to stand.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Attention to detail has been key to Japan's success so far at the Rugby World Cup, with coach Jamie Joseph preparing the players in camp since January and stressing the need for different game plans for each opponent.
PETALING JAYA: How do you expect Malaysian tennis standards to rise when aspiring players have to make do with poor court facilities?
(Reuters) - Belgian triathlete Bart Aernouts last year became the second man to break the magic eight-hour barrier at the Ironman World Championship in Hawaii.
SHIZUOKA, Japan (Reuters) - Scotland prop Gordon Reid is savouring every moment of what is likely to be his last Rugby World Cup and says he is relishing the prospect of facing a player whom coach Gregor Townsend described as one of the best tightheads at the tournament.
PETALING JAYA: Some coaches will press the panic button when they face an injury crisis in the team but not national coach Tan Cheng Hoe.
PETALING JAYA: Malaysia have one foot in the quarter-finals of the mixed team badminton event after notching their third straight win in the World Junior Championships in Kazan, Russia.
(Reuters) - As a pioneer of counter-pressing football, Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp says he knows exactly what to expect from Salzburg in their Champions League clash on Wednesday.