Universiti Malaya lecturer Associate Professor Dr Megat Ahmad Kamaluddin Megat Daud urges authorities to leverage on numerous studies to boost sports industry in Malaysia and create competent administrators.
Fazlan ‘Faz’ Adhili Mustafa Kamar and Kencana Plan A Racing team hope to unearth future cycling champions in the mould of Azizulhasni Awang with their youth development team.
Former National Sports Institute chief Datuk Dr Ramlan Aziz says institute’s recent move to open doors to public is just the beginning with a sports medicine hospital among other plans.
Fresh from winning the WBA Asia South Cruiserweight title, Malaysian boxer Farkhan Haron believes more can be done to promote boxing and other martial arts if stakeholders join forces.
Mixed Martial Arts star Jihin “Shadow Cat” Radzuan is all for school children learning the sport as it will toughen them up, teach them to be independent and instil discipline.
Academician Associate Prof Dr Megat Ahmad Kamaluddin Megat Daud, who spearheaded Asean Fifa World Cup 2034 feasibility report, says research highlighted strengthens, challenges and recommendations for the football tournament to be hosted in this region.
Former Asean Football Federation general secretary Datuk Azzuddin Ahmad said a previous study on the idea of Malaysia hosting World Cup revealed it was feasible then but is unsure if the country and other Southeast Asian nations will be ready to host the 2034 edition, which will include forking out billions and reviewing legislation.
Shuttler R. Kasturi says she and her younger sister Venosha could not have won the women’s doubles event at the recent Fleet Mauritius International 2019 without help from dad, mathematics expert R. Radhakrishnan.
Malaysian Tenpin Bowling Congress (MTBC) president Datuk Dr P.S. Nathan reveals plans to honour bowling official Sidney Tung who died on June 3.
Veteran sports administrator and former Olympic Council of Malaysia secretary Datuk Sieh Kok Chi was left perplexed by the recent Amateur Swimming Union of Malaysia’s annual general meeting.
Hard work, determination and willingness to sacrifice saw Datuk Lee Chong Wei reach the top of the badminton world, writes Twentytwo13 executive editor Graig Nunis. Thank you and enjoy your fried chicken, champ.
Former badminton star Datin Wong Mew Choo has mixed emotions after husband, national shuttler, Datuk Lee Chong Wei announced his retirement today.
Datuk Lee Chong Wei willing to be sparring partner for national players to help them earn qualification to the 2020 Tokyo Olympics after announcing the end of his glittering 19-year career. He will also be Chef de Mission for the Tokyo Games.