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LTS programme propels swimming interests (2020)

BY Lyna Mohamad

As part of the Day of Action (DOA) 2020 in conjunction with the International Volunteer Day celebration in the Belait District, the Learn To Swim (LTS) programme was held at the Mumong Sports Complex Swimming Pool on Sunday.

Permanent Secretary (Administration, Finance and Estate) at the Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sports (MCYS) Pengiran Mohd Amirrizal bin Pengiran Haji Mahmud said the Mumong Sports Complex helps encourage Belait District residents, especially the younger generation, to take up swimming interests.

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New football coach brings wealth of experience (2020)

BY Fadhil Yunus

Brunei Darussalam national football team incoming head coach K Rajagobal (pic below, New Straits Times) said he is honoured to have been chosen from a three-man shortlist by the National Football Association of Brunei Darussalam (NFABD) recently.

The Malaysian tactician is expected to lead the Wasps for a two-year term in his first international assignment since leaving as the head coach of the Malaysia national team in 2013.

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Brunei wushu athletes strike gold again (2020)

BY Fadhil Yunus

The Brunei Wushu Team added two gold medals to their overall tally in the second day of the International Virtual Wushu Championship 2020 organised by the Indonesian Wushu Association (PBWI) on Wednesday.

National athletes Basma Lachkar and Hosea Wong Zheng Yu bagged the gold medal in the girls’ and boys’ taijijian Group ‘A’ events. Basma outscored her opponent Puteri Graciela of Yasanis with 9.29 points while her national compatriot Hosea Wong tallied 9.36 points ahead of Jevon Lionel Koeswoyo of Yasani who settled for silver with 9.10 points.

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Awang Budiman top eSports Festival (2020)

Awang Budiman emerged champion followed by Patih Tuba, Pateh Berbai, and Damang Sari at the fourth annual sports day of Kemuda Institute which hosted its first eSports Festival at its Beribi Campus recently.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, physical sports were changed to eSports using consoles and mobile phones as an alternative for competition. Games comprised eDart, eBowling, FIFA 21, TEKKEN 7, and PUBG Mobile.

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Brunei athletes bag gold in wushu virtual meet (2020)

BY Fadhil Yunus

Brunei Darussalam Wushu Team athletes bagged three gold medals in the opening day of the International Virtual Wushu Championship 2020 organised by the Indonesian Wushu Association (PBWI) on Tuesday.

National athlete Basma Lachkar won gold in the Group ‘A’ girls’ taijiquan event after faring better than her rival Puteri Graciela from Yasanis with a score of 9.37 points.

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