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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…

22 August 2017:  It was another inspiring victory for team Malaysia last night as the women’s artistic gymnastic team led by Farah Ann Hadi, took home the coveted gold medal. Artistic gymnastics feature athletes who perform short routines on the beam, vault, uneven bars and floor. They are judged on agility,…

20 August 2017:  Galloping victoriously,  Terengganu Ruler, Al-Wathiqu Billah Sultan Mizan Zainal Abidin ibni Almarhum Sultan Mahmud Al-Muktafi Billah Shah made Malaysia proud when he led Malaysia to the individual and team gold medals at the 29th SEA Games equestrian endurance race recently Sultan Mizan is the first Sultan to compete and win a…

21 August 2017:  Malaysian swimmer Welson Sim Wee Sheng brings home the first aquatics gold in the 400m freestyle category with his new record. The 20-year-old broke his own record with time of 3 minutes 50 seconds and 26 milliseconds at the event. He finished the 400m freestyle event in 3 minutes 53 seconds and…

22 August 2017:  With all eyes on him, Malaysian sprinter Khairul Hafiz Jantan ended the country's 14-year wait for another SEA Games men's 100m gold as he bagged the coveted prize at the finals yesterday. Dubbed 'Speedy Jantan', Khairul sprinted his way through to the finish line in 10.38 seconds. With a very narrow…

23 August 2017:  Malaysia took home three of the six medals at stake during the first day of the karate competition held at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre yesterday. Karate The team consisted of Celine Lee Xin Yi, Lim Chee Wei and S. Senthil Kumaran. Celine kicked things off with a…

24 August 2017:  After being on a continual winning streak, picking up gold medals in almost every sport in the Games, Malaysia conceded defeat for the fencing portion of the 29th SEA Games. National fencing star Joshua Koh I-Jie advanced to the semi-finals of the men's individual epee category but lost…

23 August 2017:  Malaysian gymnast Farah Ann Abdul Hadi did not stop going for gold after her fall at the uneven bars yesterday. Taking to the floor with confidence, Farah Ann defended the gold medal in the women's individual floor exercise with a score of 13.450 points, ahead of the Philippines' Kaitlin Cera…