Professional futsal player Steffi Sarge Kaur hopes to inspire more young girls to pick up futsal or football. She also says parents play a crucial role in encouraging their children to play sports.
Covid-19 pandemic forces cancellation of Malaysia MotoGP.
Sepang International Circuit chief executive officer Azhan Shafriman Hanif says Malaysia was approached to host an F1 race this year, but it is not possible due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
The rumours have revved into overdrive as Malaysia could be added to the Formula One calendar this year for little to no cost, but the health aspect needs to be looked into while this year’s MotoGP is also up in the air.
Meeting this week will kickstart series of discussions about future of National Football Development Programme (NFDP). Should the government continue babysitting the programme with taxpayers’ money? Also, it’s been three years and there is still no sight of the 2017 KL SEA Games accounts.
Actor, model and martial artist Peter Davis says having a final goal will help ensure those who want to stay in shape will not quit exercising and eating right midway through their journey.
Former international Baljit Singh hopes a stint with the national junior team will help him in his new coaching career.
As sports associations in Malaysia return to normalcy, all eyes are on the Olympic Council of Malaysia elections next year which will see Datuk Seri Norza Zakaria defending his presidency.
Englishman Steve Darby, who coached several teams in Malaysia, says most footballers are often broke and lack financial literacy as they splash on weddings and fancy cars due to cultural and peer pressure.
Olympic Council of Malaysia (OCM) president Datuk Seri Norza Zakaria says recording trials and tribulations of Malaysians athletes can serve as motivation for upcoming talents.
Penang Table Tennis Association president Datuk Michael Tiah Thee Seng and Table Tennis Association of Sarawak president Datuk Seri Tee Lip Sin will go up against each other for the president’s post in the run-up of the Table Tennis Association of Malaysia elections tomorrow.
Olympian Che Chew Chan happy to help athletes transition into the corporate world once they retire, adding it would be best if they heard the good and bad from a fellow athlete.
Former international Khalid Jamlus has fallen on hard times. He, however, is not looking for sympathy but for a chance to coach.