SPOTTED: Eagle-eyed World Cup watchers caught the PKR flag at the Senegal match

The election may be done, dusted and won for Pakatan Harapan, but one supporter has taken the flag of Anwar’s Parti Keadilan Rakyat (aka PKR aka People’s Justice Party) all the way to Russia, and is flying it for planet Earth to see. Front and center on screens last night for viewers watching the match ...

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Free World Cup screening: Malaysians will be able to watch on RTM

Free World Cup screening: Malaysians will be able to watch on RTM

It’s official – national terrestrial television network RTM, that ever so popular channel you’re forced to watch in sundry government buildings while waiting for bureaucracy...

The Great RM4 million Bike Lane Debacle: Mayor says cycling path to be ‘re-audited’ amidst widespread complaint

The Great RM4 million Bike Lane Debacle: Mayor says cycling path to be ‘re-audited’ amidst widespread complaint

Kuala Lumpur’s RM4 million blue bike lanes (US$1,015,000) have done the unthinkable, they’ve got the city’s cyclists, motorbike riders, and drivers to all agree....

Bullseye! Malaysia hosts colourful archery tournament

Bullseye! Malaysia hosts colourful archery tournament

Hundreds of archers from around the world took part in a traditional tournament in Malaysia at the weekend, putting on a display of sporting prowess while wearing a dizzying array...

Malaysia diving coach axed over ‘toxic culture that led to rape’

Malaysia diving coach axed over ‘toxic culture that led to rape’

Malaysia’s head diving coach has lost his job after allegedly allowing a “toxic” culture to develop among his team that led to rape, violence and bullying, the...

North Korea, Malaysia to play football in neutral venue

North Korea, Malaysia to play football in neutral venue

Asian Cup qualifiers between Malaysia and North Korea will take place at a neutral venue next month after a diplomatic row and nuclear tensions repeatedly delayed the first leg,...

Can petanque make the leap from SEA Games to the Olympics?

Can petanque make the leap from SEA Games to the Olympics?

She doesn’t seem like a superstar, but the shy Thai woman in the dark glasses says she can hardly travel in Europe without being stopped for pictures and autographs....

Thais take dig at Malaysia over SEA Games medals

Thais take dig at Malaysia over SEA Games medals

Thailand took aim at table-topping Malaysia for stacking the sports program in their favor as they conceded defeat in the Southeast Asian Games medals race. Thailand dominated the...

Move over Harry, and take a seat Prince Carl Philip, there’s a hotter royal setting pulses racing at the SEA Games

Move over Harry, and take a seat Prince Carl Philip, there’s a hotter royal setting pulses racing at the SEA Games

A polo-playing prince from Brunei set off frenzied scenes when he was mobbed by fans at the Southeast Asian Games in Malaysia, where a group of athletic royals has been in the...

Swim star Schooling ‘really sorry’ for Malaysia jibe

Swim star Schooling ‘really sorry’ for Malaysia jibe

Singapore’s Olympic swimming champion Joseph Schooling has apologized to Malaysians after he raised hackles by promising to “teach them a thing or two” at the...


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Coconuts KL's sports coverage: Sure, Malaysian football is not like what it used to be. You’re right, Nicol David is no longer world number one (at the time of writing), and, yes, Lee Chong Wei is still looking for that elusive Olympic gold medal. But that doesn’t mean we don’t love our sports. We are absolutely passionate about sports, so whenever our national team captain curls home a free-kick or every time Goh Liu Ying steps onto the badminton court (OMG, she’s so pretty!), you can be sure we’ll be there with a pen and a notebook in hand - so that we can bring you the latest sports news, not to ask for their autographs, mmkay? Oh, and #MalaysiaBoleh!