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Sports associations urged to focus on athletes’ development

President of the Brunei Darussalam National Olympic Council His Royal Highness Prince Haji Sufri Bolkiah. – JAMES KON


BY    James Kon


NATIONAL sports associations should make use of detailed planning for the development of athletes and be proactive in the interest of athletes.

This was said by President of the Brunei Darussalam National Olympic Council (BDNOC) His Royal Highness Prince Haji Sufri Bolkiah during the 18th Asian Games post-mortem meeting at the Conference Room of Hassanal Bolkiah National Stadium in Berakas yesterday.
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Asian Games post-mortem highlights future improvements

Chef de Mission of the Brunei contingent to the 18th Asian Games Umi Kalthum binti Haji Abdul Karim. – INFOFOTO


BY  James Kon 


FIVE athletes achieved their targets while three improved their records at the recent 18th Asian Games in Jakarta Palembang. Seven athletes failed to meet their targets.

This was revealed by the Chef de Mission of the contingent Umi Kalthum binti Haji Abdul Karim during the post-mortem meeting at the Conference Room of the Hassanal Bolkiah National Stadium yesterday.
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Third edition of CHMS Alumni Association Badminton tourney underway

CHMS Alumni Association Badminton Tournament committee members during the press conference yesterday. – KHAIRIL HASSAN




BY Khairil Hassan


CHUNG Hwa Middle School (CHMS) Alumni Association will organise the 3rd CHMS Alumni Association Badminton Tournament 2018 on October 19-29 at the Multi-Purpose Hall of the Centerpoint in Gadong.

This was revealed in a press conference yesterday at the CHMS Alumni Association meeting Room in Gadong.

Two trophies will be up for grabs, which are the Kingston Cup and the PTK Cup.
Read more: Third edition of CHMS Alumni Association Badminton tourney underway

19th SUKMA Games 2018: Brunei pencak silat athlete misses out on podium finish

BY Fadhil Yunus

BRUNEI Darussalam’s pencak silat athlete Muhammad Nurazfar bin Mohd Kassim missed out on a podium finish in the final round of the men’s singles (standard single move) in the 19th Malaysia Games (Sukma) at the Silver Jubilee Hall in Kuala Kangsar, Perak on Tuesday.

Akmal Hisham bin Ismail of the Federal Territories won gold while Selangor’s Mohammad Shah Sofian bin Ramil took silver and Pahang’s Nashrul Edzam bin Mohd Asri settled for bronze.

Read more: 19th SUKMA Games 2018: Brunei pencak silat athlete misses out on podium finish


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