Westwood likes it hot

Englishman unfazed by scorching conditions, relishes playing on the same KL course where he won April's Malaysian Open

"Well, I am not the defending champion of this tournament, but I am the most recent winner on this golf course, so I’m pretty confident." - World No. 46 Lee Westwood
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Schooling and co get warning letters for Asiad infringement

WARNED: (From left) Swimmers Joseph Schooling, Teo Zhen Ren and Roxanne Ho.

National swimmers Joseph Schooling, Teo Zhen Ren and Roxanne Ho have been issued warning letters for leaving the Asian Games athletes’ village in Incheon, South Korea, on Sept 27 without permission.

The trio, who returned to the village allegedly intoxicated after their night out, were taken to task by the Singapore National Olympic Council (SNOC) yesterday for infringing the Code of Conduct for athletes and officials at major Games.

The SNOC panel of inquiry, comprising Jeffrey Beh (chairperson), Jessie Phua (Asiad chef de mission), Yip Ren Kai (SNOC Athletes Commission) and Dr Lim Yii Hong (Team Singapore chief medical officer at the Asian Games), also recommended that the SNOC Athletes Commission participates in future team managers’ meetings to share their experiences and to reinforce the importance of adhering to the Code of Conduct and other rules and regulations.

Read the full report in our print edition on Oct 29.

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Anish the hero in S'pore victory

ACE ANISH: Singapore's Anish Paraam (above) was the Republic's main contributor in their win over the US with a 72.
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Weakened Baggies blown away

West Brom pay the price for fielding fringe players

BEATEN AND BRUISED: West Brom's Christian Gamboa is left deflated after the game.
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Keep the faith with Sichuan Ruler

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Bolton subject of Thai takeover

NAME CHANGE: Bolton Wanderers play their home games at the Macron Stadium (above), which was previously known as the Reebok Stadium.
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New DNA tests soon

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Two of Malaysia's games at Jalan Besar

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JBS could host group matches

Football semis and final likely to take place at National Stadium

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Pellegrini: Rooney is replaceable

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