Terengganu FA surprised with Zubir's desire to retire
KUALA TERENGGANU Oct 31 - The Terengganu Football Association (TFA) is surprised with the intention of its regular goalkeeper, Zubir Ibrahim, to retire next year.
Penang walkout not a wise move, says Kee
KUALA LUMPUR Oct 31 - Penang Wushu Association, which pulled out from the Da Ma Chai National Wushu Championship 2004 following allegations of unfair judging on Friday, has been asked to reconsider their hasty decision.
No reason to exclude track cycling in Manila Games - Darshan Singh
KUALA LUMPUR Oct 31 - There is no valid financial reason for organisers of the 2005 SEA Games in Manila to drop track cycling from its list of events, Asian Cycling Confederation (ACC) president Datuk Seri G. Darshan Singh said Sunday.
Time, discipline needed to mould world-class cyclists
KUALA LUMPUR Oct 31 - Efforts to mould a world-class Malaysian hero in track cycling, like Josiah Ng, needs time and discipline, Asian Cycling Confederation president Datuk Seri G.Darshan Singh said.
Asia's richest man donates US$13 million to Beijing Olympics
HONG KONG Oct 31 - Hong Kong's and Asia's richest man Li Ka-shing donated HK$100 million (US$12.8 million; euro 10.1 million) to the 2008 Beijing Olympics and the city's top Communist Party official promptly declared him a patriot, local media reported Sunday.
Thai deputy PM to visit IOC chiefs as nation mulls bid
LONDON Oct 31 - The Thai deputy prime minister Suwat Liptapanlop is to sound out Olympic staff about a possible bid to bring the 2016 Games to Bangkok.
Barbera wins to finish second in 125 championship
CHESTE (Spain) Oct 31 - Spain's Hector Barbera delighted the home crowd by clinching the runners-up spot in the 125 cc world championship with victory in the final race of the season in Valencia on Sunday.