THE national boxers open their campaign to win Sea Games gold medals today, hoping to erase the bitter memories of returning without a title two years ago in Palembang.
LOH Jack Chang is not giving up hope on winning the men's taiji combined event after a small tumble in taijiquan yesterday sent him to near the back of the field.
DEFENDING champions Germany bounced back in style to blitz Pakistan 6-1 in Group A of the Junior World Cup at the Dhyan Chand Stadium in New Delhi yesterday.
THOUGH Malaysia gained a measure of revenge against Indonesia at the Southeast Asian Basketball Championship in June, it would not be truly satisfying unless they win today's opening men's Sea Games match against their arch-rivals.
MITCHELL Johnson shattered England's hopes of a series-levelling win in the second Test with one of the great Ashes bowling spells as Australia took an iron grip yesterday.
DUNEDIN: New Zealand were stranded an agonising 33 runs short of their first Test victory in more than a year yesterday when rain washed out the final session of the first Test against the West Indies in Dunedin.
TIGER Woods matched his own Sherwood Country Club course record on Friday with a 10-under 62 to take the lead in his World Challenge.
SUN CITY: Welshman Jamie Donaldson stormed into the lead in the Nedbank Golf Challenge in Sun City on Friday, establishing a three-stroke lead over Henrik Stenson and Ryan Moore.
NAYPYIDAW: ALL Diana Bong needed was 80 seconds to overcome two years of festering frustration when she won Malaysia's first gold medal of the 2013 Sea Games in the women's nanquan yesterday.
NUR Suryani Mohd Taibi will have something extra in her luggage when she travels to Yangon for the Sea Games.