Malaysia’s elite athletes must continue to sharpen their minds to ensure they stay on top of their game, says National Sports Institute’s psychology officer Philip Lew.
The Movement Control Order imposed on March 18 has affected the fitness levels of Malaysia’s elite athletes. The National Sports Institute is now helping the athletes to get back on track ahead of several major tournaments next year.
As Iskandar Malaysia in Johor plans to go sporty, talks are being held with the National Sports Institute to get its expert views over the new project.
You may be an ordinary Joe but if FA of Malaysia (FAM) gets its grassroots revamp plan going, you could be the next football hero.
Rugby player Wong Wye Wye, or better known as Marc Le, says things have improved significantly in the national rugby set-up following his fallout with the management in 2018.
National taekwondo poomsae exponent Sara Yap Khim Wen and her teammates explore freestyle after their plans for the year were floored by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Shah Alam Stadium only opened in 1994 but despite several upgrades, Selangor Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Amirudin Shari says it will cost RM250 million to modernise the venue.
Sepang International Circuit chief executive officer Azhan Shafriman Hanif reveals negotiations with MotoGP to renew Malaysia’s hosting rights are going on smoothly.
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.