Sports administrator and former journalist Ghaz Ramli says it is important to create a sporting culture in Malaysia before those at the top think about a sports industry.
Long-time sports administrator Datuk Dr Ramlan Aziz, who retires soon, hopes Youth and Sports Minister Datuk Seri Reezal Merican Naina Merican will take note of past initiatives in pushing the sports industry idea in Malaysia.
New Youth and Sports Minister Datuk Seri Reezal Merican is not into leaving legacies but ensuring more Malaysians benefit from the youth- and sports-centric initiatives of the government.
How have football clubs engaged with their fans and kept their sponsors happy throughout the Movement Control Order? The RSS with HD this weekend explores how M-League teams could actually stay active without having to slash wages.
The Covid-19 pandemic is turning out to be a blessing in disguise for eSports with clubs and teams scrambling to find alternatives to ensure their sponsors don’t pull out.
Loss-making Malaysia Purple League is no more. However, former shuttler Ho Khek Mong hopes he can start a fresh league this year.
With the advancement of sports science and sports medicine, those active in sports should get expert advice for injuries, as discussed on The RSS with HD this week.
Malaysian athletes and officials, just like peers worldwide, wonder if the organisers of the Tokyo Olympics will call the Games off as number of Covid-19 cases continues to grow.
Mohammed ‘Jordan Boy’ Mahmoud on the right path thanks to Muay Thai.
With new Cabinet in place, the BA of Malaysia may want to consider ditching the idea of having a patron and break free from protocols and demands.
In conjunction with International Women’s Day today, The RSS with HD highlights issues faced by girls and women in sports.
Prince William’s favourite club, Aston Villa, must build on its League Cup performance to stay in the Premier League.
Numerous case studies have shown how eSports has benefited brands as the fifth regular season of Malaysia and Singapore’s Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Professional League, offering a prize pool of US$100,000, gets under way.