SPORTS Minister Khairy Jamaluddin has stated he will support the hosting of the 2017 Sea Games in Malaysia but stressed that it is the government that will ultimately decide whether to hold the first Games in Kuala Lumpur since 2001.
THAI star Thaworn Wiratchant hopes to shake off his inconsistent form when he defends the Worldwide Holdings Selangor Masters which starts today.
THE St Paul's Primary School field in Seremban was a abuzz with activity as the Milo "Go Further" Junior Sports Camp hit its shores.
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CARDIFF: Sri Lanka's Mahela Jayawardene is under no illusion about the scale of the task confronting his side when they face India in a Champions Trophy semi-final today.
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TAN Song Hwa's reign as the country's top hammer thrower is under serious threat after understudy Casier Renee Kelly Lee beat her to the punch by becoming the first track and field woman athlete to qualify on merit for this year's edition in Myanmar.
A SHORT-HANDED national team will attempt to qualify for the Asian Championship when they open their Southeast Asian Basketball Championship campaign against hosts Indonesia in Medan today.
HIGHLY CAPABLE: Kok Chi believes officials have good experience in organising large scale games
CANBERRA: The British and Irish Lions suffered their first loss on tour in Australia yesterday when they were upset 14-12 by the ACT Brumbies, who put in a tenacious defensive performance.