National Under-22 coach Datuk Ong Kim Swee has been branded a ‘failure’ by some after his footballers crashed out early in the 2019 SEA Games but what’s next for the national team?
Denice ‘The Menace Fairtex’ Zamboanga aims to follow in the footsteps of ONE Atomweight Muay Thai and Kickboxing world champion Stamp Fairtex when she faces Jihin ‘Shadowcat’ Radzuan at ONE: Mark of Greatness tomorrow.
Jihin ‘Shadowcat’ Radzuan confident of continuing her unbeaten home record against Denice ‘The Menace Fairtex’ Zamboanga at ONE: Mark of Greatness in Kuala Lumpur on Friday.
Chin Mei See, the only female Malaysian to qualify for the Ironman World Championship hopes to better her time in 2020.
Sepang International Circuit (SIC) chief executive officer Datuk Razlan Razali said Races of Malaysia, featuring FIA World Touring Car Cup and FIM Endurance World Championship next month, is a start to many more exciting events at the world-class circuit.
National Press Club of Malaysia (NPC) deputy president and Twentytwo13 editor Haresh Deol took part in a mixed martial arts charity bout which raised at least RM20,000 for the NPC’s Journalist Welfare Fund while changing the perception of the sport in Malaysia.
Sportsprises79, official distributor of KT Tape, and Global Oak Tree Scholars (GOTS) will fight for change at the Cobra Rugby Club in Petaling Jaya tomorrow.
Fight For Change 2019 promises to entertain and hopes to create much needed awareness on the dire state of the media industry in the country, writes Twentytwo13 managing editor Pearl Lee.
A strong supporter of sports for youths, F&N Beverages Marketing Sdn Bhd sponsors drinks for Fight For Change 2019.
Will Brendan Gan be able to stamp his mark when Harimau Malaya hosts Indonesia in tonight’s pre-World Cup match at the National Stadium in Bukit Jalil?
AirAsia, the world’s top low-cost airline for the 11th year running, is proud to be associated with Fight For Change 2019. It hopes event will inspire and motivate others to achieve excellence while taking care of the communities they serve.
Former national rugby captain and coach Boon Hoon Chee sees many similarities between rugby and mixed martial arts and hopes Fight For Change 2019 will change people’s perception about the combat sport.
No sooner had the race to qualify for the 2020 Olympics ended just over a week ago, a new race began – an acrimonious contest for posts in the Malaysia Hockey Confederation – and it’s threatening to make Malaysian hockey the biggest loser.