SEA Games 2017

Malaysia’s hopes of drug-free SEA Games down the drain

KUALA LUMPUR: Three athletes at the recent Kuala Lumpur SEA Games, including a Malaysian gold medallist, have tested positive for a banned substance.

'For now, we are not able to give out any details as there are some analysis that have not reached us.' - Datuk Dr S.S Cheema

Sweet revenge for powerlifter from Miri

MIRI: Paralympic athlete Norfariza Mortadza returned home from the 9th Para Asean Games 2017, not only after a better performance in the Women’s 86kg power lifting event, but also edging her arch rival.

Norfariza (seated, right) and Mortadza with other family members at Miri airport.

Para athletes on right track for 2020 Paralympic success

THE future looks bright for Malaysia in Paralympics.

Steven hatches plan to raise the competitive level of para bowlers

PETALING JAYA: National head coach Steven Teng has a plan to turn his high-achieving para bowlers into world-beaters.

Paddler Ing Hock ends playing days with silver medal

THE curtains came down in the 9th Kuala Lumpur Asean Para Games yesterday.

No shame in defeat: Malaysia’s Ting Ing Hock returning a shot to Supriyatna Gulimar in the men’s singles T9 final. He lost 11-7, 11-9.

Rian puts cash incentive to good use

INDONESIAN Mohamed Rian Prahasta (pic) used the lucrative incentive received after his three-gold feat in table tennis (class 8) at the 2015 Singapore Asean Para Games to buy himself a 400mil rupiah (RM120,000) double-storey house.

Khairy calls for greater support for para athletes

YOUTH and Sports Minister Khairy Jamaluddin has called for greater support from fans for para athletes as they strive for excellence in their respective disciplines.

National para cyclists now eye bigger Asian-level competition

HAVING shown without doubt they are the best in South-East Asia, the Malaysian para cyc-lists’ next step is to conquer Asia.

These are four you Malaysia: Mohd Najib Turano is all smiles after winning his fourth gold in the track and road events.

James eyes C’wealth podium after smashing performances

JAMES Wong (pic) may only have an arm but nothing is impossible for him.

Malaysias James Wong celebrate for mens 100 meter Butterfly SB14 category during 9th ASEAN Para Games at National Aquatic Centre, Bukit Jalil. FAIHAN GHANI/The Star.

Umi intends to use cash incentive for wedding

UMI Syuhadah Idris is on cloud nine after winning three golds.

On cloud nine: Umi Syuhadah Idris won three gold medals from the women’s discus, shot putt and javelin F37 at the KL Asean Para Games.