NAYPYIDAW: DIANA Bong has more than just the competition to worry about after the wushu world champion took ill as soon as she arrived for the Sea Games here.
SOUTH Korea showed their might in New Delhi yesterday when they whipped Canada 7-4 in Group C of the Junior World Cup at the Dhyan Chand Stadium.
EVERY game will be like a final for the Malaysian women's basketball team as they bid to regain the Sea Games gold medal they last won in 2007.
SEA Games hockey coach Tai Beng Hai has warned his 18-member squad not to treat the rivals lightly as the former international sees Myanmar and Singapore as potential threats in Yangon.
NAYPYIDAW: The national water polo team found Singapore too hot to handle as the favourites launched their bid for a 25th consecutive Sea Games gold with a 18-7 win at Zayar Thiri Sports Complex yesterday.
DUNEDIN (New Zealand): A maiden double-century by Darren Bravo stalled New Zealand's victory drive yesterday as the West Indies ended day four of the First Test in Dunedin at 443-6, a lead of 47.
CHICAGO shook off their form slump and made light of the absence of Derrick Rose by beating NBA defending champion Miami 107-87 on Thursday.
JOHANNESBURG: India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni lamented a poor bowling performance after South African prodigy Quinton de Kock set up a 141-run victory for the hosts in the first one-day international at the Wanderers Stadium on Thursday.
MALAYSIA were clumsy, at times playing like novices, but still managed to beat New Zealand 3-2 in a dramatic Junior World Cup match at the Dyan Chand Stadium in New Delhi.
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