PETALING JAYA: It was never in Cho Young-seon’s plan to participate in The Masters bowling championships.
PETALING JAYA: Selangor’s Muhd Azizi Naim is showing he has the potential to be a future bowling star.
SEPANG: Reigning world bowling champion Rafiq Ismail has stayed grounded, thanks to the wise saying from his mother.
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.
SEPANG: For Tun Hakim Tun Hasnul Azam, the sky’s the limit after conquering the bowling world with his doubles partner Adrian Ang.
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.
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.
PETALING JAYA: It was an anti-climatic ending for the high-flying national bowlers at the Men’s World Championships in Hong Kong.
PETALING JAYA: At just 21, Rafiq Ismail is already an idol to many budding young bowlers in the country.
PETALING JAYA: Rafiq Ismail’s (pic) journey to becoming a world bowling champion started at the tender age of four.