Malaysia Olympians Association (MOA) president Noraseela Khalid hopes government agencies and ministries will sign up teams for the #RUNwithOLYMPIANS #RUNforOLYMPISM virtual run from Sept 9 to Oct 7. Organised by MOA and Malaysian Olympism in Action Society, the run aims to build a better Malaysian society through sports.
Malaysia Olympians Association (MOA) president Noraseela Khalid, former world No. 1 shuttler Datuk Foo Kok Keong, taekwondo exponent Lee Wan Yuen and hockey player Kevin Nunis share their sporting journey with nearly 900 pupils in conjunction with Olympic Day.
Malaysia Olympians Association (MOA) president Noraseela Khalid hopes more former athletes step forward to spread the spirit of Olympism and promote sports as an active lifestyle among Malaysians.
Conversations with former athletes, and questions by youths during The Spirit of Olympism 2023 fundraising campaign show more needs to be done to inject sports spirit at the grassroots, says Malaysia Olympians Association president, Noraseela Khalid.
Olympians and Youth and Sports Minister flag off 62-year-old Alex Goh, who will cycle from Shah Alam to Johor Bahru to spread the spirit of Olympism.
Malaysia Olympians Association president Noraseela Khalid says Youth and Sports Minister Datuk Seri Ahmad Faizal Azumu supports the suggestion for the nation’s finest athletes to join Merdeka Day parade on Aug 31.
Malaysia Olympian Association president Noraseela Khalid unimpressed with organisation of Perak Open, as downpour in Ipoh results in tracks at Perak Stadium to be flooded, delaying the athletics events.
The draft of the Safe Sport Act will be ready by December, as revealed in Parliament this morning. Olympian Noraseela Khalid welcomed the news and says the Act must oversee every aspect of safety in sports, including protecting young boys and girls, and risk management.
Malaysian Olympism in Action Society (MOIAS) starts reaching out to primary school students and will eventually engage more youths and the general public in a bid to educate them about the philosophy of sports and the opportunities it offers.
It’s not rocket science and has in fact been suggested many times before but it’s high time powers-that-be offer youngsters from remote areas a chance to compete as they could become star athletes.
Former international Noraseela Khalid and national hurdler Rayzam Shah Wan Sofian hope technical officials pay close attention to events following boo-boo at recent Tuaran Open Track and Field Championship.
Former national hurdler Noraseela Khalid, who last donned national colours at the 2012 London Olympics, has set her eyes on laser run, a modern pentathlon event, at the year-end Manila SEA Games.
Former national hurdler and Olympic Council of Malaysia Athletes’ Commission chairperson Noraseela Khalid says every second matters for athletes representing the nation in major tournaments.