As we pray for national badminton player Datuk Lee Chong Wei to recover, let’s not forget to celebrate life and enjoy precious moments with our loved ones.
Several attendees say Podium Programme post-mortem workshop ended without any resolution as national sports associations will instead come up with their summaries and recommendations following the two-day meeting.
Regardless agenda of two-day workshop on Podium Programme which starts today, decision makers should stop thinking about leaving legacies through million-ringgit programmes but start thinking of what’s best for Malaysian sports.
Former national hockey player I. Vikneswaran insists he has done no wrong after Kuala Lumpur Hockey Association ‘severely reprimanded’ him for Facebook posting over Pantai turf being used for brass band competition.
Podium Programme director Tim Newenham says time is right to leave as he hopes for focus and purity in Malaysia’s mission to achieve sporting excellence.
Anthony Loke may have engaged the wrong gear over AES announcement as the Transport Minister seems to condone motorists who break the law.
Rally veteran Jean Ragnotti tells Twentytwo13 what he hates about modern rally, his thoughts about Ken Block and his love for Kuala Lumpur.
Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) has no interest in pursuing action against UAE over brawl during recent Malaysia-UAE friendly as the national body could end up on the losing end.
Stakeholders, especially schools, must come together to help tennis flourish, says Lawn Tennis Association of Malaysia honorary secretary Rahizam Rahim.
It seems the right hand does not know what the left hand is doing in the Kuala Lumpur Hockey Association as marching band competition forces cancellation of training programmes at Kuala Lumpur Hockey Stadium.
Former internationals Reduan Abdullah and Tang Siew Seng insist the best way forward for Malaysian football is by investing in the grassroots.
Youth and Sports Ministry agrees to pay Kuckreja & Co for laying and removing indoor hockey turf during 2017 Kuala Lumpur SEA Games.
Local veterans wonder why skate park not maintained following recent video by US Embassy in Kuala Lumpur showing US pro skaters’ executing moves at forgotten Shah Alam skate park.