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    Vision KL talks to SM Nasarudin SM Nasimuddin, President of the Malaysia Paralympic Council and Joint Group Executive Chairman of the Naza Group of Companies, to learn about the Malaysia International Trade and Exhibition Centre (MITEC), a key venue of the SEA Games in August and the ASEAN Para Games…

    18 August 2017:  The first gold medal of the KL2017 was picked up by host nation Malaysia in the Sepaktakraw (Men’s Chinlone) on Wednesday. The national team fought hard to beat the Philippines in the finals for an overall 391 point to 271 point win. Brunei took the bronze with a…

    KL2017 will feature a total of 32 events which will be free-of-charge to watch: these include open water swimming, archery, athletics, tenpin bowling, boxing, cricket, cycling (BMX and road), equestrian, fencing, golf, hockey, ice hockey, ice skating, judo, lawn bowl, petanque and sailing.   National Stadium, KL Sport City  Events: Opening…

    Malaysia hits the bulls eye and  adds more golds with ace archers 18 August 2017:  The high performance of the Malaysian contingent continued in Archery where the national compound team, comprising Lee Kin Lip, Mohd Juwaidi Mazuki and Zulfadli Ruslan, won the gold by edging out Singapore at the NSC Synthetic Turf in…

    We go courtside at the Juara Stadium to see how the Netball competition progresses 18 August 2017:  The preliminary rounds of the Netball competition saw Malaysia pulverise Singapore with a 50-37 win, dishing out some payback after losing to the republic in the nail biting finals of the 2015 SEA Games.…

    This month the nation springs into action as the 29th Southeast Asian Games, packaged as KL2017, touch down with a total of 4,885 athletes registered to compete across 38 sports and 404 events. Some 1,332 medals will be up for grabs in what will go down as one of the most…

    YAM Tunku Tan Sri Imran Ibni Almarhum Tuanku Ja’afar, President of the SEA Games Federation, welcomes one and all! KL2017 has arrived! As President of the SEA Games Federation and the Olympic Council of Malaysia, it gives me great pleasure to welcome the contingents from each nation to what will be…

    A message from the Minister of Youth and Sports,  Yang Berhormat Brigadier General Khairy Jamaluddin This is an extra special month for us Malaysians, as not only are we hosting the biggest sporting event in the Southeast Asian region, but we are also looking forward to a double celebration as…

    A wet onslaught from the heavens on the evening of 19 August 2017 failed to douse the KL2017 spirit as thousands of supporters thronged the Bukit Jalil National Stadium to witness the official opening of the 29th SEA Games. It was, as they were to discover later on, well worth braving the…

    From team sports to individual stars, this year’s Malaysian talent spreads right across the board. Ng Eain Yow Sport: Squash Born: 26 January 1998 Achievements: Winner – 2017 NT Open, Australia; 1st place – 2016 Men’s World Junior Championships Training under squash coach Andrew Cross at the Bukit Jalil Sports School…