KUCHING: Thirty participants including trainee teachers, teachers and badminton enthusiasts attended the BAM National Badminton Coaching Course Level I at IPG Kampus Tun Abdul Razak (IPGKTAR), Samarahan recently. The course jointly organised by IPGKTAR and the Sarawak Sports Corporation (SSC)... more »
KUCHING: Two hundred and seven shuttlers from 17 teams throughout the state will be vying for top honours in the second leg of the Sarawak Junior State Closed badminton championship at the Sarawak Badminton Association (SBA) Hall along Jalan Lapangan... more »
KUCHING: The Sarawak Hockey Association will be organising the Malaysian Hockey Confederation National level Umpiring Theory Examinations on October 12 at the conference room of the Sarawak Hockey Stadium at Jalan Padungan. Closing date for the candidates to register for... more »
Winners and organisers pose for a group photo at the end of a recent youth tournament organised by the Kapit Badminton Association. Association chairman David Chuo officiated at the prize giving cum closing ceremony at Bletih Stadium.
COPENHAGEN: A crestfallen Datuk Lee Chong Wei and the Malaysian Badminton Association (BAM) were left apologising to the nation after their independence day celebrations were soured by the much-loved shuttler’s defeat in the world championship final. World number one Lee... more »
COPENHAGEN: Malaysian world number one Datuk Lee Chong Wei secured a third straight men’s singles finals appearance at the badminton world championships on Saturday while women’s top seed Li Xuerui of China also advanced to the title match. Top-ranked Lee,... more »
COPENHAGEN: Malaysia’s number two men’s singles shuttler Chong Wei Feng failed to live up to expectations when he lost to Rajiv Ouseph of England 21-17, 22-24 and 16-21 in the first round of the BWF Badminton World Championship at the... more »
COPENHAGEN, (Denmark): Despite not having recovered fully from a groin injury, world number one Datuk Lee Chong Wei still packed too much power to dispose Lee Dong Kuen of South Korea 21-11, 21-12 in a first round BWF World Championships... more »