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Muay Thai champion conducts seminar at ADN Mixed Martial Arts Academy


Bow Suweilek (standing 4th L) and the participants of the Muay Thai seminar at the ADN Mixed Martial Arts Academy in Lambak on Wednesday. Picture: Courtesy of Emmielia Kartiena Ahmad Zaini




BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN - FORMER World Professional Muay Thai Federation (WPMF) champion Bow Suweilek conducted a Muay Thai seminar at the ADN Mixed Martial Arts Academy in Lambak on May 25.

A press release from ADN Mixed Martial Arts Academy stated that the Thai holds 11 championship titles and has a record of over 600 fights.
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Ong maintains good form



Ong Chee Mang (R) poses on the podium after he finished third in the DD2 Master Category (125cc) in the fourth round of the Rotax Max Challenge Asia/Malaysia at the Sepang International Karting Circuit on Sunday. Picture: Courtesy of Ong Chee Mang




BY NADZIRAH MALEK-WEBB

BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN - ONG Chee Mang claimed yet another podium finish by finishing third in the DD2 Master Category (125cc) in the fourth round of the Rotax Max Challenge Asia/Malaysia at the Sepang International Karting Circuit on Sunday.

Ong finished the 20-lap race with an official time of 17:01.718 behind Singapore’s Lim Song Leo who clocked 17:00.073. Japan’s Riki Tanioka won the race with a time of 16:39.350.
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Junior fencers fail to add to tally in Manila

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BY AK FAUZI PG SALLEH

BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN - TWO of the country top junior fencers, Anaqi Danish Asahrin and Mohd Hardiwan Shah Rahim (pic), were stopped in the second round of the men’s sabre event at the 2nd Southeast Asia Pacific (SEAP) Fencing Championships in Manila yesterday.

Mohd Hardiwan defeated Christopher Dizon 15-0 from the Philippines in the first round before losing 15-13 to Vietnam’s Quang Khanh Pham at the PhilSports Multipurpose Hall in Pasig City.
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Moksin on top at Baiduri Masters

BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN - MOKSIN Jinaidi unseated Idris Osman from the Baiduri Masters leaderboard yesterday after a sizzling afternoon score of two-under 69 yesterday, besting his previous score of 73 last Sunday.

The leaderboard saw a large influx of new contenders with the addition of four new golfers at the end of yesterday’s afternoon session at the RBA Golf Club.
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