Seeing the Games

MY previous references to the SEA Games highlighted that it is the most successful regularly-organised multi-nation event in the region, and (perhaps tellingly) has nothing to do with Asean – the event is governed by the Southeast Asian Games Federation which predates Asean by a decade – and Timor-Leste joins in.

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SPORTS SCHOLARSHIPS IN MALAYSIA

SPORTS SCHOLARSHIPS IN MALAYSIA     Institution Scholarship Value Eligibility Terms & Conditions 1.   Asia Pacific University of Technology & Innovation Sportsman Scholarships   http://www.apu.edu.my/study- apu/malaysian-students/apu-merit-scholarships-2014-malaysian-students ·     National Athletes: 40% fee waiver ·     State Athletes: 25% fee waver   Scholarships are awarded on a yearly basis and are renewable upon meeting minimum CGPA 2.50 at […]

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It’s four golds for Malaysia in squash

The Malaysian squash team duly delivered all four gold medals expected of them at the Singapore SEA Games. The Malaysians, who had earlier won the men and women’s individual events, nicked the team golds in both categories with ease at the Kallang Squash and Tennis Centre.

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Nicol bundled out of Alexandria Open

World No. 1 Nicol David continued her wobbly form this year after crashing out in the semi-finals of the Alexandria International Open. The 31-year-old, once unbeatable but vulnerable in recent weeks, was unable to get the better of Egypt’s Omneya Abdel Kawy, falling to a 7-11, 7-11, 11-8, 11-1, 10-12 defeat in the Egyptian port […]

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