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WADA bowed to money over principle - ex-director general

LONDON (Reuters) - The former director general of the World Anti-Doping Agency said on Friday that WADA's decision to reinstate Russia's anti-doping authority was driven by money over principle.

Malaysia Matrix out to retain Seri Mutiara Cup title

PETALING JAYA: Malaysia Agong Cup champions, Malaysia Matrix, will be out to defend their title in the fourth Seri Mutiara Cup from Oct 2-7 at the Maba Stadium.

Siti’s goal gives Selangor hockey gold medal after 24 years

SITI Nur Aliah Amnuruddin became the toast of Selangor after steering them to a hard fought 1-0 win over Sabah in the girls’ hockey final.

Solid development programme pays off for Johor 3x3

A SOLID development programme has been credited to Johor’s super two gold-medal sweep in the 3x3 basketball competition.

Negri’s Ravinder takes boxing gold without dropping a point

BOXER Ravinder Singh Mann was slumped in a corner after he was denied a gold at the last Malaysia Games (Sukma) in Kuching two years ago.

All-rounder Syed Aziz stars as FT take cricket gold

FEDERAL Territories defeated Perak by 29 runs in the final to clinch the gold medal in the Malaysia Games (Sukma) cricket competition at the Ipoh Padang yesterday.

Diver Loh Zhiayi sets sights on Olympics after returning from eye injury

AFTER returning from a left eye injury that almost ended her career, Loh Zhiayi has set her sights on qualifying for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

One for the album: Nurul Izzah Anwar (Permatang Pauh MP) and Deputy Youth and Sports Minister Steven Sim (front right) posing with 3m springboard gold medallist Loh Zhiayi (back, centre), silver medallist Adeline Chin (back, left) and   third-place Koh Hui Yan at the Tuanku Zara Aquatic Centre yesterday.

Afiq bags five golds but dismisses chance of winning top award

SARAWAK bowler Abang Afiq Yazid Abang Azman has put himself in the running for the Malaysia Games (Sukma) Best Sportsboy award after rolling down his fifth gold medal.

FT swimmer Keith Lim caps last Sukma in record-breaking fashion

KEITH LIM bade farewell to the Malaysia Games (Sukma) in perfect fashion by breaking the Games record twice en route to successfully defending the boys’ 50m freestyle title.

Elynn’s a handful for rivals as she grabs fifth gold for Penang

IT’S high five for swimmer Elynn Tan Yilin (pic).

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