Standard Chartered Kuala Lumpur Marathon Earns Industry Accolades

STANDARD CHARTERED KL MARATHON EARNS INDUSTRY ACCOLADES Malaysia’s Premier Running Event Bags Two Gold SPIA Asia Awards   Bangkok, November 2017: The Standard Chartered KL Marathon (SCKLM) cemented its pre-eminent position as the premier running event in the country by clinching Gold in two categories at the annual SPIA Asia event (Asia’s Sports Industry Awards... Continue Reading →

What’s Next ?

Malaysia 1- Indonesia 0 Okay, hands up any of you who did not catch the Indonesia vs Malaysia quarter final match 2 nights ago? We won 1-0. thanks to the goal from Syahrul Azwari. Catch the telecast repeat on Astro (if any/if you can). I made sure I was in front of the TV last... Continue Reading →

Sports chat and Port Dickson Triathlon 2011

Port Dickson Triathlon 2011 Pink ?! Hahaha.. It's crimson. Just trying something different from the normal black. Looks good.. anyways..PD Triathlon is just around the corner.. in fact.. just a week away ! It's a bit too late for any training. So I am just focusing on my weakest discipline which is the swim. There's... Continue Reading →

Le Tour de Langkawi 2011 Stage 2- Photo Updates

                    Daily stage photo updates by Cycling Asia Photographic : Follow them HERE   Daily LTDL updates and videos by Cycling Asia : Follow them HERE   Other related posts. Click on link to follow the updates:-   Tour de Langkawi Stage 2 report - Terengganu... Continue Reading →

Jubilant : Malaysia 3 – 0 win over Indonesia (AFF Suzuki Cup 2010)

I am not a recent follower of Malaysia football scene nor am I an enthusiast Man U or English League. But with all the hype from the Malaysia 3-0 bashing over opponent team Indonesia, I must say that I am really proud of the Malaysia Team 'Harimau Muda'. Harimau (pronounced hur-y-mao) is Malay for tiger... Continue Reading →


2011 CALENDAR << CLICK TO DOWNLOAD<< CALENDAR LAST UPDATED AT 1515HRS, 22 DECEMBER 2010. Click on the events below for more info/registration. 2011 – SPORTS CALENDAR JAN 1 KLANG2011 JUL 2-3 GOLD COAST MARATHON 9 PACM TRACK MEET 2-24 TOUR DE FRANCE 15 PUTRAJAYA NIGHT MARATHON [postponed] 17 DIGI PACESETTERS 10K RUN, Kuantan 22 LARIAN... Continue Reading →

Ironman Western Australia 2010 and Standard Chartered Singapore Marathon 2010

Wishing all my friends doing either events above, ALL THE BEST !! SEMOGA BERJAYA !!!     Nik Arif Sidek (bib no. 633) May Senn Lai (bib no. 426) Ezer Ratchaga (bib. no 608) Sofian Ismail (bib no. 1152)[2009 - 15:18:58] Richard Tang (bib no. 650) Kevin Siah (bib no. 183) Denis Oakley (bib no.... Continue Reading →

Ironman 70.3 Putrajaya

"Duit ku sudah songlap ke...4 million from the government per year.. 2mil for each event.. Langkawi course lay out 20k.  70.3 reg fee = 350/individual..and relay myr600.. myr200 to swim 1.9km..wahh mahalnye..quality  ada baik ke..? you didn't hear it from me. okay?" [undisclosed source ] Wuteva ittis, i think Powerman and mr Chan's race lagi... Continue Reading →

Making a Martyr of Bhutto

By ARYN BAKER Just days before parliamentary polls in Pakistan, leading Prime Ministerial contender and anti terrorism crusader Benazir Bhutto was shot dead during an election rally in the garrison city of Rawalpindi, near Islamabad. “She has been martyred,” said party official Rehman Malik. The Associated Press, citing Malik, reported that Bhutto was shot in... Continue Reading →

Benazir, sincerely… by Nor Juliana Ali

I was looking forward for a relaxing family getaway to Thailand, to ease my mind and soul from the chaotic 2008 only to be shocked by the news that Benazir was killed in an attack after her rally in Rawalpindi,Pakistan. It wasn’t the first attempt to assasinate the former MP of the crisis-clouded country, and late Ms... Continue Reading →

Bullets cut short Bhutto’s epic life

By The Associated Press Thu Dec 27, 12:37 PM ET The suicide attack that killed Benazir Bhutto cut short an epic life, one bathed in blood and awash with controversy. Bhutto's father was hanged and a brother was shot to death. She had risen to become the Muslim world's first female prime minister, only to... Continue Reading →

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