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Khoo Cai Lin set the second day of the Malaysian Open Swimming Championships alight with a sensational performance breaking her own national record in the 200m freestyle at the National Aquatic Centre in Bukit Jalil. The Selangor swimmer clocked 2:03.
Indian athletes ended their campaign in the three-leg Asian Grand Prix [ Images ] with an impressive 12-medal haul -- including five gold -- in the final meet, in Colombo on Sunday. Woman quartermiler M R Poovamma stole the limelight as she bagged
Joseline set the national record of 386 in 2006 and she believes its high time for her to bring it down...Its something that I always strive for at every competition, said Joseline, who will also be competing in the 25m pistol event. With the Myanmar
Indian athletes produced an impressive performance by bagging 11 medals, including four gold medals, in the first leg of the Asian Grand Prix series here on Saturday. M R Poovamma (women`s 400m), Sahana Kumari (women`s high jump), Jithin Thomas (men`
Shaun Yap Kah Choon of Selangor rocked the National Aquatic Centre yesterday when he smashed his own national 50m breaststroke record at the National Age-Group Swimming Championships in Bukit Jalil yesterday. The 17-year-old clocked a blistering 28.
High jumper Lee Hup Wei hopes a change of coach will bring better luck to him in competitions. The Selangor athlete, who trained under Cuban coach Jose Luis Alforo for the last four years, failed to break his own national record of 2.27m, which he
Kosuke Hagino defeated London Olympic bronze medalist Ryosuke Irie in the men's 100 meters backstroke on Friday to capture his third title at the national swimming championships, a qualifier for this summer's world championships in Barcelona. The 18-
Kheta Ram checks his time as he completes the 5000m in the Indian Grand Prix on Sunday. With the offiicial clock giving an erroneous time, the organisers decided to award the medals without any official timings. Photo: Akhilesh Kumar Officials blame
Marathon The Los Angeles Marathon always makes some locals cry , but Sunday's 28th annual L.A. Marathon kept at least two people smiling: winners Aleksandra Duliba of Belarus and Erick Mose of Kenya. Duliba crossed the "Stadium to the Sea" finish
Rating In Summary National record holder Tom Musinde made a comeback from injury that locked him virtually the whole of last season to win men's 100m in 10.3. Africa and All Africa Games champion Julius Yego launched his season in style on Saturday,