Malaysia Wins Gold For SEA Games Men’s High Jump for Three Years In A Row Nauraj Singh Randhawa ensured Malaysia’s dominance in SEA Games men’s high jump after soaring over the bar and his opponents to win the gold medal at the Wunna Theikdi Main Stadium today. Malaysia has dominated the men’s high jump in the SEA Games since 1977 with the likes of Baljit Singh, Ramjit Nairu, S. Kesavan, Lou Cwee Peng, Loo Kum Zee and Lee Hup Wei. Cheong Jun Hoong retained her women’s 3m springboard gold medal. Jun Hoong posted a five-dive total of 327.15 points followed by compatriot Wendy Ng Yan Yee on 323.10 and Indonesia’s Indah Eka Purna with 240.35. Muhammad Nazreen, 15, a student of the Bukit Jalil Sports School who was making his SEA Games debut, claimed the gold by the narrowest of margins after collecting 398.05 points against Tze Liang’s 397.20 points. Malaysian hockey boys lived up to their top billing by marching into the final of the 27th Myanmar SEA Games hockey competition after beating Singapore 6-0 at the Theinphyu Hockey Stadium today. Malaysia Beats Vietnam To Qualify For #SEAGames Football Semi-Finals National Under-23 coach Datuk Ong Kim Swee has again… Read full this story
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