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Gymnast Tan’s coach to ensure consistency is Ing-rained in her

PETALING JAYA: Artistic gymnastics coach Ng Shu Wai wants Tan Ing Yueh to keep up her good form at the Asian Championship in Mongolia from June 19-22.

Ing Yueh bags silver in floor exercise routine

PETALING JAYA: Success begets success.

Farah, Ing Yueh and Rachel aim to reach finals in Chongqing

PETALING JAYA: Farah Ann Abdul Hadi, Tan Ing Yueh and Rachel Yeoh Li Wen will spearhead Malaysia’s challenge in the Artistic Gymnastics World Cup in Chongqing, China, next month.

Gymnasts still clueless over SEA Games events

PETALING JAYA: Gymnasts are in the dark over what events will be contested at the Philippines SEA Games from Nov 30 to Dec 11.

Ing Yueh: We have what it takes to be among world’s best

PETALING JAYA: National artistic gymnast Tan Ing Yueh and Co are on a mission to prove that Malaysia can be world beaters in the sport.

Shu Wai believes his three Cs formula will take gymnasts far

PETALING JAYA: National coach Ng Shu Wai believes the women’s artistic team can make a big impression at the Philippines SEA Games in December if they follow his formula for success.

Fortune favours Farah

PETALING JAYA: Farah Ann Abdul Hadi (pic) can thank her lucky stars for her golden outing in the Ukraine International Cup.

More to be done

PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian artistic gymnasts feel they need to work further on their routines before the SEA Games in Manila.





Good start for the year: Malaysian trio of Farah Ann Abdul Hadi (third from right), Rachel Yeoh Li Wen (second from right) and Tan Ing Yueh (right) posing for a photograph after bagging the team event bronze of the Ukraine International Cup in Kiev. — MGF

Do you know... some facts about gymnastics?

Gymnastics started in the ancient Greek era, where male athletes trained and competed in the nude.

Olympics: IOC wants new Japan member as soon as possible - Bach

LAUSANNE, Switzerland (Reuters) - The International Olympic Committee (IOC) is looking to appoint a new member for Japan soon following the departure of Japan Olympic Committee (JOC) chief Tsunekazu Takeda from the global ruling body, IOC President Thomas Bach said on Wednesday.