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  Arkib Berita Sukma 2002
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(23 July 2002) Sukma team steals the show
KNOCKOUT KICK … State senior team exponent Jumantan Alihudin delivers a knockout kick to State Sukma exponent Yong Thau Lek during the final bout of the flyweight category during the inaugural United Sabah Taekwondo Association (Usta) President Cup championship that ended at the Maksak Hall near here yesterday. – PAUL MU
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Novie kicking up quite a storm: 14- years-old exponent wins silver at korean open
(20 July 2002) KOTA KINABALU: Fourteen year-old Novie Adilah Sondig, one of the youngest exponents in the national junior taekwondo squad, is a future female heavyweight champion in the making.
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(20 July 2002) KOTA KINABALU: SBA puts high hope on shuttlers at Sukma
The Sabah Badminton Association (SBA) is confident of giving a minimum of two gold medals from badminton when Sabah hosts the 9th Malaysia Games (Sukma) from Sept 5-14 for the first time.
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(20 July 2002) Sukma invite for Tommy Morris
KARATE KINGPIN... The man responsible in implementing the new World Karate Federation (WKF) rules worldwide, Scottish Tommy Morris (pic) might be invited by the State Government to assist in preparing all the Malaysian referees and judges prior to the 9th Malaysia Games in September.
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(16 July 2002) KOTA KINABALU: Draw for team events carried out with no hitches
Sabah are set to host the 27 sporting disciplines in the September Malaysia Games (SUKMA) with the draw made for team sports yesterday. Team managers, chef-de-mission, state executives from various states and the National Sports Council are also pleased with the outcome of the draw.
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(18 July 2002) KOTA KINABALU: SUKMABRIEF.
Perak, who hosted the 5th Malaysia Games in 1994 are already showing its keenest to finish among the top three or four in the coming 9th Sukma, and this will surely give host, Sabah some hard times.
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(17 July 2002) KOTA KINABALU: Athletes
The National Sports Council (NSC) said, the double registration of athletes by participating states for the 9th Malaysia Games is normal, and this year's biennial games to be hosted by Sabah has been recorded as the lowest number of cases.
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KOTA KINABALU: Cycling Track Being Prepared
The Malaysia Games (Sukma) venues for cross-country and downhill biking events at Bukit Padang are being prepared now.Yesterday, the Sabah Cycling Association was going through the details in laying the paths for the two events.
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(16 July 2002) KOTA KINABALU:Draw for team events carried out with no hitches

Sabah are set to host the 27 sporting disciplines in the September Malaysia Games (SUKMA) with the draw made for team sports yesterday.
Team managers, chef-de-mission, state executives from various states and the National Sports Council are also pleased with the outcome of the draw.
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(11 July 2002) KOTA KINABALU: Confident STTA eyes gold at Sukma Games
The Sabah Table Tennis Association (STTA) is determined to win their first-ever Sukma gold medal in the Ninth Malaysia Games, which is only 57 days away from now.
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(11 July 2002) KOTA KINABALU:
Demirama contractor deploys more manpower
Demirama Sdn Bhd, the main contractor, is deploying extra manpower to carry out round the clock task to ensure the swimming/diving pools and the repairs to the lawn bowl greens meet the deadline.
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(11 July 2002) KOTA KINABALU:
377 Sukma athletes for second Charity Run
The Sabah Sports Board will be sending at least 377 Sukma athletes for the second Sutera Harbour 7k Sunset Charity Run in aid of Special Olympics Sabah.
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(9 July 2002) KOTA KINABALU:
Mixed fortunes for cagers
It was a tale of mixed fortunes for the Sukma boys and girls team in the ongoing Saba Cup Basketball Championship in Kudat. While the boy’s team kicked start their campaign on a winning note – defeating Kota Marudu 111-36 in a Group A opening game, the girls were beaten narrowly by Penampang after losing 41-42 on the first day of the competition.
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(9 July 2002) KOTA KINABALU: Top swimmers to lead silver state’s charge
Top swimmers Wong Tuck Kar and Cindy Wong will return from the USA in time to spearhead Perak’s bid for medals in September’s Malaysia Games here.
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(9 July 2002)
KOTA KINABALU: S’gor to finalise team only in KK

The Selangor Tenpin Bowling Association will only finalise the team for the Malaysia Games after its trainees get the feel of the lane conditions in Sabah.
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(9 July 2002) KOTA KINABALU: Mixed fortunes for cagers
5It was a tale of mixed fortunes for the Sukma boys and girls team in the ongoing Saba Cup Basketball Championship in Kudat. While the boy’s team kicked start their campaign on a winning note – defeating Kota Marudu 111-36 in a Group A opening game, the girls were beaten narrowly by Penampang after losing 41-42 on the first day of the competition.
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(5 July 2002) KOTA KINABALU:
Proud Anney heads for Germany

Malaysia Games (Sukma) hopeful, Anney Henry has once again made the state proud when she was named the sole Sabahan kumite exponent to be included in the national squad for the 11th KOI Karate World Cup championship, scheduled for Bresven, Germany this July 15-21.
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(5 July 2002) KOTA KINABALU:
SLBA Briefs Datuk Noni
THANK YOU…Culture, Youth and Sports Ministry Permanent Secretary Datuk Noni Said (left) seems to be telling Sabah Lawn Bowl Association (SLBA) president Datuk Sari Suhut, who presented the former with a momento during a courtesy call yesterday.
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(3 July 2002) KOTA KINABALU:
Renovated pitch, hostel handed over to Ministry

Sabah’s first artificial dessoturf hockey pitch and the newly renovated Complex hostel were officially handed over to the Culture, Youth and Sports Ministry in a brief but meaningful ceremony last night. The ceremony, the first of all venues for the Malaysia Games to be handed to the ministry, who would in turn hand over the management and running of the venues to the Sabah Sports Board, was carried out simultaneously with the commissioning of the hockey pitch floodlights.
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