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Young-seon emerges as a surprise Masters winner

PETALING JAYA: It was never in Cho Young-seon’s plan to participate in The Masters bowling championships.

Selangor kegler shows why he’s a future star

PETALING JAYA: Selangor’s Muhd Azizi Naim is showing he has the potential to be a future bowling star.

Well done: Selangor’s Muhd Azizi Naim (left) and Singapore’s Charmaine Chang posing with their trophies and mock cheques at the Milo Storm U22 International Junior All-Stars bowling championships at the Sunway Mega Lanes yesterday.

Mother’s advice keeps bowling world champion Rafiq grounded

SEPANG: Reigning world bowling champion Rafiq Ismail has stayed grounded, thanks to the wise saying from his mother.

A whole lot of love: Rafiq Ismail getting a kiss from his mother Zaiton Abdul Ghani at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport on Thursday. — Bernama
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Holloway: Ben is ready for bigger role in future

SEPANG: Ben Heng has what it takes to be the new national bowling chief coach after playing his part to lead Malaysia’s team to a successful outing at the Men’s World Championships in Hong Kong.

Tun Hakim on the right lane after striking it big in HK

SEPANG: For Tun Hakim Tun Hasnul Azam, the sky’s the limit after conquering the bowling world with his doubles partner Adrian Ang.

Congratulations: (from left) National bowlers Tun Hakim Tun Hasnul Azam, Rafiq Ismail and Adrian Ang posing with their gold medals at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport yesterday. — MUHAMAD SHAHRIL ROSLI/The Star
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Alex finishes third to rescue Malaysia's pride in All-Stars Bowling Championship

PETALING JAYA: Unheralded Alex Tan Yee Kian saved hosts Malaysia the blushes when he shrugged off a slow start to claim his first international podium finish at the Milo-Storm U22 All-Stars Bowling Championships.

Shin Yii proud of husband Adrian’s stellar achievement

PETALING JAYA: Behind every successful man there is a woman and in world bowling champion Adrian Ang’s case, his wife and No. 1 fan, Ng Shin Yii (pic) is the main source with her undivided love, support and encouragement.

Men’s bowlers’ medal run over but they can walk tall

PETALING JAYA: It was an anti-climatic ending for the high-flying national bowlers at the Men’s World Championships in Hong Kong.

Super show: The men’s team (back row, from left) Syafiq Ridhwan Abdul Malek, Tun Hakim Tun Hasnul Azam, Timmy Tan, Adrian Ang and Alex Liew; (front row, from left) Maradona Chok, Holloway Cheah, Rafiq Ismail and Ben Heng celebrate their best ever medal haul of two golds at the Men’s World Championships in Hong Kong yesterday.

Megat well on his way to emulating his idol and world champion Rafiq

PETALING JAYA: At just 21, Rafiq Ismail is already an idol to many budding young bowlers in the country.

On top of the world: Megat Zaqrul Haiqal (left) and Nur Hazirah Ramli, the boys’ and girls’ Under-15 champions of the Milo Storm U22 Junior All-Stars bowling championships posing with their trophies yesterday.

World champion Rafiq reaping the benefits of his love for bowling

PETALING JAYA: Rafiq Ismail’s (pic) journey to becoming a world bowling champion started at the tender age of four.