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Former Rio governor admits to paying US$2 mil bribe for to...

Sergio Cabral tells a judge the money went to Lamine Diack, the former president of the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF).

Azizulhasni lelong sarung tangan bantu sekolah tahfiz Keramat

Juara dunia itu berkata, Menteri Belia dan Sukan, Khairy Jamaluddin menjadi pembida tertinggi dengan menawarkan RM5,000.

Perlis to give house, cash to Paralympic gold medallists

State also considering appropriate reward for their coaches.

Paralympic hero brought to tears on return home

Hundreds of Malaysians join Paralympians' families, VIPs at KLIA to witness a 'moment of history'.

The Paralympic miracles

The accomplishments of our three gold medalists have proven one thing, that Malaysians are not that inferior in sports after all.

Chong Wei: We can learn from fighting spirit of Paralympians

They are incredible, says top shuttler.

Paralympic champion with a heart of gold

Abdul Latif Romly to use part of RM1 million incentive for winning gold medal to sponsor his parents for Umrah.

Misbun: Outdated training system, hence no badminton gold

Malaysia not spending enough to provide exclusive trainers in badminton for specialised areas like diet, psychology, physical fitness, says ex-national coach.

Chong Wei ends Olympic campaign with a silver

Malaysia's best finish ever at Olympic Games sees badminton contributing a record three silver medals.

Another badminton silver adds to record Olympic haul

Goh V Shem, Tan Wee Kiong hold heads high despite 21-16, 11-21, 21-23 loss to China's Fu Haifeng, Zhang Na.

Malaysian joy, tears as Chong Wei gets shot at gold medal

World number one Lee Chong Wei beats Lin Dan 15-21, 21-11, 22-20, in one of the most closely-fought encounters between the two for the all-important final berth.

Pandelela, Nur Dhabitah through to 10m Platform semis

Consistency in diving place Pandelela (6) and Nur Dhabitah (8) in top 18 to qualify for the next stage as China send a strong message to opponents.

Mixed doubles win another silver for Malaysia

Goh Liu Ying, Chan Peng Soon settle for second best after failing to overcome strong showing from Indonesian pair in Rio Olympics.

Disqualification haunted Azizulhasni in the final

Malaysian bronze-winning cyclist claims he would have been disqualified in keirin event had he committed the same infringement committed by German rider, who got away unpunished because he was 'a whiteman'.

Azizulhasni gets historic bronze in cycling

'Pocket rocket' takes third place in closely contested final of keirin event for first ever cycling medal for Malaysia at the Olympic Games.

Goh-Tan make it to men’s doubles final

Malaysian pair, Goh V Shem and Tan Wee Kiong, assure nation of another gold medal opportunity at the Olympic Games.

Gold or silver, as Malaysia reach badminton mixed doubles final

Chan Peng Soon, Goh Liu Ying on the verge of making history as they beat China's Xu Chen, Ma Jin in semis, to progress to badminton mixed doubles final at the Rio Olympics.

No gold yet, so no Olympic bid

Bidding to host the Olympic Games an unrealistic effort, says Khairy, because Malaysia is yet to win a gold medal at the biggest sporting show on earth.

Malaysians show support for Olympics shooter

Prime Minister Najib Razak also takes to Twitter in support of Jonathan Wong, who failed to qualify for the 50m air pistol event.

Are Olympic rewards more important than people’s livelihood?

There now seems to be more interest on the part of leaders in winning medals in the Olympics to enhance the reputation and image of our country.

Pandelela-Jun Hoong victory brings cheer to Bidayuh folk

The diving pair won Malaysia's first medal in the Rio Olympics after finishing second in the women's synchronised 10m platform event.

Pandelela, Jun Hoong win silver at Rio Olympics

Malaysian diving pair Pandelela Rinong and Cheong Jun Hoong win nation's first medals and make history in the process.

Golfers slam talk that Zika is not real Rio threat

MELBOURNE: World No 1 Jason Day has hit back at critics of the golfers who have elected to skip the Rio de Janeiro Olympics. Golf’s...