Mixed Martial Arts exponent Colleen Augustin will compete in next week’s International Federation of American Football (IFAF) Asia-Oceania Flag Football Continental Championships in Shah Alam, Selangor, where the winners will earn their place in next year’s World Championships.
Emotions rise, and friendships lost over the atrocities in Gaza and Israel, writes Graig Nunis.
Former Liverpool midfielder Lucas Leiva, who retired earlier this year after doctors found a scar on his heart, was in Malaysia in his new role as club ambassador. During a meet-and-greet session with KL Kopites, the Brazilian gave an insight into his time in England and what he intends to do next.
Cricket can be Malaysia’s third team sport to qualify for the Olympics, says Malaysian Cricket Association (MCA) president, Mohammed Iqbal Ali Kassim Ali.
Pas has the most seats in the Malaysian Parliament but will find itself in the back seat if it were to join Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim’s coalition government, says political analyst Associate Professor Dr Azeem Fazwan Ahmad Farouk.
Asian Games double gold medallist S. Sivasangari is excited squash is finally in the Olympics for the 2028 Games and hopes it will be included in the Road to Gold programme.
Squash will debut in the Olympics in 2028. This news is extra special for Squash Racquets Association of Malaysia (SRAM) president Gerard Monteiro, who quit in 1992 when squash failed to get into the Barcelona Games.
Veteran economist Tan Sri Ramon Navaratnam says Budget 2024 appears to be “business as usual”, with no new policies aimed at reducing national debt.
The Official Liverpool Supporters Club in Malaysia, KL Kopites, raised RM35,000 to help the national kabaddi team compete in the just-concluded Asian Games.
Malaysia’s economic framework aims to improve people’s quality of life, but it may have to cut subsidies to reduce its RM1,079.59 billion debt. Financial experts say the government should focus on increasing revenue through indirect taxes on sales and services but needs to explain that decision to the rakyat in a clear and concise manner.
Yee Sze Mun, the oldest triathlete in the Ironman 70.3 Asia-Pacific Championship, had to abandon his final race in Langkawi, Kedah, due to a bicycle chain breaking and seat damage. Despite the disappointment, the 86-year-old Yee remains upbeat.
Always set multiple alarms for early morning runs as you never know when you might oversleep, warns Twentytwo13’s Graig Nunis.
‘Uncle’ Yee Sze Mun is no stranger to triathlons, and is a certified ‘Ironman’. Now 86, Yee will call time on his career, but is looking forward to the upcoming Ironman 70.3 Asia-Pacific Championship in Langkawi.