THE M-League gets going with the Charity Shield tonight, the Junior Hockey League has just got into swing, the Tour of Langkawi comes to a head today, the national badminton team have been named, sans Ong Ewe Hock.
Abroad, Karamjit Singh is out defending his title in Sweden and Ong Beng Hee has surrendered his title in the same country.
It's truly kick-off time for Malaysian sports 2003.
There's more in the works. On Wednesday, the national badminton team relaunch the oft-aborted bid to win the All-England badminton title and in a couple of weeks, the Malaysian Open golf tournament will get underway, the same time the Langkawi Ironman title is decided.
Then, of course, there is that pinnacle of motorsport – the F1 – from March 21-23.
Exciting days are here for Malaysian sports. Let's hope Malaysia win accolades for success not just in organising and hosting the events but doing well in them as well.