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Beng Choo – a forlorn fi...

When the nominations were being read out, a frail and tired looking current OCM Secretary Dato Low Beng Choo walked in slowly to the back of the hall, This blogger offered her a chair next to him and as she sank into it, there was somewhat a blank stare into space...

More transparency required in ...

There are more questions then answers after the nominations closed for the positions up for grabs in the forthcoming Olympic Council of Malaysia elections scheduled for May 5. From the 35 National sports associations eligible to send in one nomination, there are...

Norza unopposed as President, ...

The battle lines have been drawn . Dato Seri Norza Zakaria for the position of the Olympic Council of Malaysia president. Norza got four nominations . Incumbent Tunku Tan Sri Imran Tuanku Jaafar is not not re-election. The nomination process ended this evening....

Exclusive ; Msian Athlete coul...

The zero doping policy that Malaysia was hoping for at the Commonwealth Games was marred as one athlete was tested positive for a banned substance. The athlete won a bronze medal at Gold Coast and now could well lose the medal. It is learnt that the athlete was tested...

April – a month of chall...

April – a month that gives me much headaches for the past few year s. Right from April 2008 until April 2018, things have occured within this month that goes on to change the direction and destiny of my life. From losing jobs, careers. Life, limbs, health,...

The Murky OCM Elections

The closing date for nominations for positions in the Olympic Council of Malaysia Executive Board for the period 2018 to 2021 is April 24. A total of 35 ordinary affiliates of OCM are eligible to nominate and cast votes at the elections which will be held on May 5....