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Post on 7-12-2006 08:52 AM |All posts
Johnson tuduh Lewis terbabit konspirasi

MELBOURNE: Pelari pecut tercela, Ben Johnson (gambar) mendakwa pencabarnya yang bertaraf bintang ternama, Carl Lewis turut memainkan peranan dalam satu konspirasi untuk mensabotaj sampel ujian dadahnya pada Sukan Olimpik Seoul 1988, menyebabkan pingat emas 100 meter miliknya ditarik balik.

Johnson mencatat rekod baru dunia 9.79 saat untuk memenangi 100m di Seoul tetapi pingat emasnya ditarik balik dan rekodnya dibatalkan apabila diuji positif terhadap steroid stanozolol.

Sejak itu, pelari pecut Kanada itu mengakui menggunakan dadah larangan tetapi berterusan menegaskan ujian positif terhadapnya di Seoul adalah hasil konspirasi untuk menjatuhkannya.

Saya mempunyai maklumat mengenai bagaimana ia dilakukan dan kenapa ia dilakukan sebegini dan siapa di belakang semua ini,
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Post on 7-12-2006 08:56 AM |All posts
Liu Xiang legakan penganjur

JUARA 110 meter lompat pagar Olimpik dari China, Liu Xiang tiba di Doha untuk melegakan penganjur, dan serta-merta menumpukan perhatiannya untuk memperbaiki catatan rekod Sukan Asia miliknya.

Pemegang rekod dunia berusia 23 tahun itu dilaporkan tidak begitu berminat untuk tampil pada temasya itu, tetapi tiba bersama 40 atlit trek dan padang China yang lain.

Jurulatihnya, Sun Haiping berkata bintangnya itu mempunyai satu sasaran, selain mempertahankan kejuaraan yang dimenanginya pada Sukan Asia 2002 di Busan, Korea Selatan.

Sasaran Liu di Doha ialah untuk mencatat 13.20 saat,
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Post on 7-12-2006 12:55 PM |All posts

Reply #2 HangPC2's post

yang ni..mcm kes Flo jo dulu gak...aku rasa time tuh ramai atlit US guna dadah....tp bleh cover2....tapi aku tak sure Carl Lewis guna dadah ke tak...tp aku tasa Flo Jo pakai dadah kot....sbb rekod dier 10.49 saat tuh laju sangat...even skrng pun nak dip below 10.7 susah giler dah...sbb pernah gak orang2 atasan debate benda nih..tapi syg dier dah meninggal..so takde la alasan nak carik silap dier...xde bukti lagi dah..
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Post on 7-12-2006 09:45 PM |All posts
mlysia anto wakil sape ar ..
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Post on 8-12-2006 08:38 AM |All posts

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yang aku ingat..robani hassan - 110 m hurdle....nurasella khalid - 400m hurdle..roslinda samsu - pole vault..tp nurasella n roslinda ada potensi nak dpt pingat since best time/rekod diorang tahun ni within medal nyer time...robani aku harap dpt buat suprise...tp nak menang mas tuh susah skit since world champion liu xiang ade kat event tuh..
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Post on 8-12-2006 11:12 AM |All posts
Sukan Asia: Liu Xiang, Ramzi tumpuan utama olahraga

LIU Xiang dan Hansi Ramzi, dua atlit bertaraf dunia yang akan beraksi dalam acara padang dan balapan Sukan Asia, boleh menjadi mangsa kejutan apabila acara berkenaan bermula hari ini.

Dua atlit terbabit menjadi tumpuan utama selepas juara dua kali Kejohanan Dunia acara lari berhalangan dari Qatar, Saif Saaeed Shaheen dan atlit lontar tukul besi yang juga juara Olimpik dari Jepun, Koji Murofushi menarik diri berikutan kecederaan.

Ia meninggalkan juara Olimpik 110 meter berpagar, Liu dan juara dua acara pada Kejohanan Dunia, Ramzi dan atlit dari Kenya serta atlit import dari Afrika Utara untuk memeriahkan acara berkenaan.

Liu mungkin berada dalam kelas melebihi setiap atlit lain tetapi ada keraguan terhadap motivasi pelari berusia 23 tahun yang juga pemegang rekod dunia itu berikutan komennya baru-baru ini bahawa dia bosan berdepan pencabar kurang berkelayakan untuk mempertahankan mahkotanya pada Sukan Asia.

Kenyataan itu menyebabkan jurulatihnya yang berpengaruh Sun Haiping marah.

Jika saya terpaksa, saya akan membuat Liu Xiang berlatih hingga kepalanya berpusing,
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Post on 8-12-2006 11:13 AM |All posts
Sukan Asia: Yucheng raih emas pertama olahraga dalam ribut

ATLIT China, Han Yucheng berjalan dalam hujan ribut sambil berbangga memenangi emas acara pertama olahraga pada Sukan Asia edisi ke-15, semalam.

Hanya tujuh atlit tersenarai untuk menyertai acara berkenaan yang diadakan di kawasan padang pasir berhampiran laut di awal pagi bagi acara jalan kaki lelaki 20km ketika hujan mencurah-curah di padang pasir Emiriah Arab Bersatu itu.

Hujan sangat lebat hingga saya tidak boleh membuka mata,
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Post on 8-12-2006 11:16 AM |All posts
Originally posted by payrol at 8-12-2006 08:38 AM
yang aku ingat..robani hassan - 110 m hurdle....nurasella khalid - 400m hurdle..roslinda samsu - pole vault..tp nurasella n roslinda ada potensi nak dpt pingat since best time/rekod diorang tahun n ...


olahraga ni mlysia dah kurang mnyerlah ar ...
dlu ade gak wakil lontar besi , lompat tinggi cam lim kun zee ke ape lupe name die ..
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Post on 8-12-2006 11:56 AM |All posts

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aha.,.loo kum zee....masih pegang rekod malaysia gi dier tuh..skrng ni malaysian high jumper yg power ada 2 je tak silap..mamat dari terenganu tuh..ape ntah nama dier..najwa something kot..n this guy..Lee hup wei...tak sure lak siorang ni masuk Asia games lak...
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Post on 9-12-2006 07:53 AM |All posts
Originally posted by payrol at 8-12-2006 11:56 AM
aha.,.loo kum zee....masih pegang rekod malaysia gi dier tuh..skrng ni malaysian high jumper yg power ada 2 je tak silap..mamat dari terenganu tuh..ape ntah nama dier..najwa something kot..n this g ...


its najwan aqra kalo tak silap
kt doha hanya hup wei yg masok~

dua2 tak la terer mane pon
dulu malaysia yg pegang sea(masa loo kum zee dgn sorg lagi sblm loo)
skrg ade contenders from vietnam ngn spore
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Post on 9-12-2006 09:03 AM |All posts
Berada di Doha satu kejayaan

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Post on 9-12-2006 09:18 AM |All posts
Liu Xiang berperang dengan diri sendiri

PENCABAR Liu Xiang di Sukan Asia sebenarnya adalah dirinya sendiri.

Tanpa pencabar serius di sini, juara Olimpik dan pemegang rekod dunia 110 meter lari berpagar ini, akan mensasarkan rekod Sukan Asia 13.27 saat miliknya sendiri apabila beraksi dalam acara itu.

Acara trek dan padang bermula kelmarin dengan empat pingat emas menjadi rebutan, selepas China memenangi kedua-dua emas dalam acara lumba jalan kaki Khamis lalu.

Liu Xiang sebenar tidak memnpunyai pencabar di sini dan saya meletakkan sasaran untuknya melakukan 13.20 saat,
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Post on 10-12-2006 12:03 AM |All posts
Originally posted by cauliflower at 9-12-2006 07:53 AM


its najwan aqra kalo tak silap
kt doha hanya hup wei yg masok~

dua2 tak la terer mane pon
dulu malaysia yg pegang sea(masa loo kum zee dgn sorg lagi sblm loo)
skrg ade contenders from vie ...


dulu...time loo kum zee...nak cecah 2.23m tuh mcm kacang je....skrng ni nak lepas 2.20 pun dah sakit...
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Post on 10-12-2006 09:37 AM |All posts
aku ade tgk aksi high jump malam tadi...rata2 yg cecah 2.23 tuh bleh menang emas dah...time loo kum zee dulu...2.23 only good for bronze or 4th place...

aku tgk olahraga malaysia ni makin menurun dari tahun ke tahun.....aku rindu time late 80's/early 90's...time zaiton othman...nordin jadi..g shanti....rabia abdul salam...skrng dah takde pengganti dah...
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Post on 11-12-2006 10:02 AM |All posts
Hup Wei hanya lepasi 2.15 meter

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Post on 11-12-2006 10:03 AM |All posts
Shami sumbang emas olahraga pertama Qatar

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Post on 11-12-2006 10:39 AM |All posts
Juara terpaksa tarik diri

DOHA - Penyandang juara Qi Haifeng dari China terpaksa menarik diri dalam acara dekatlon Sukan Asia selepas ditimpa kecederaan sewaktu menjalani latihan dalam acara 100 meter.

Haifeng yang menduduki tempat ketujuh pada Kejohanan Dunia di Paris 2003 sekadar mampu berlari perlahan dan menamatkan perlumbaan dengan catatan 24.45 saat, lebih perlahan daripada peserta lain.

Haifeng tidak boleg meneruskan perlumbaan dekatlon.

Sewaktu dia membuat persediaan pada sebelah pagi dia mengalami kecederaan otot kanan dan membuatkan dia tidak mahu bertanding dalam acara 100m.

Walaupun ditimpa kecederaan, dia tetap ingin mencuba tetapi tidak berupaya melakukannya, ujar pegawai delegasi olahraga China.

Haifeng tidak mengambil bahagian dalam acara lompat jauh yang merupakan disiplin kedua dekatlon.

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DOHA, 10 Dis - GANGSA Atlet Lompat pagar negara Norseela Mohd Khalid bersama pingat gangsa yang dimenangi dalam acara 400 Meter lompat pagar perempuan akhir di stadium khalifa pada sukan asia ke-15 di sini.




Malaysia's Hup Wei Lee competes in the final of the Men's Hight Jump at the Asian Games in Doha, Qatar, Saturday Dec. 9, 2006. (AP Photo/Lee Jin-man)



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Post on 11-12-2006 01:33 PM |All posts
aku tertarik dengan pakaian sukan yang menutup aurat rekaan dari Nike yang dipakai oleh perserta dari Bahrain bila agaknya peserta malaysia nak pakai macam tuh..???

Athletics: women's 100m final

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Guzel Khubbieva of Uzbekistan (centre) on the way to winning her gold medal in the women's 100m final



Guzel Khubbieva of Uzbekistan winning the women's 100m final © Getty Images



Guzel Khubbieva of Uzbekistan celebrates the gold medal, Susanthika J. Mannalage of Sri Lankathe silver and Ruqaya Al Ghasara of Bahrain the bronze medal in the women's 100m Medal Ceremony
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Japan's Maho Hanaoka reacts after making an attempt during the final of the Women's long jump at the Asian Games in Doha, Qatar, Sunday Dec. 10, 2006. (AP Photo/Lee Jin-man)









Japan's Kumiko Ikeda celebrates after winning the gold medal in the final of the Women's Long Jump at the Asian Games in Doha, Qatar, Sunday Dec. 10, 2006. (AP Photo/Lee Jin-man)



Japan's Kumiko Ikeda jumps towards a sea of photographers as she competes in the final of the Women's Long Jump at the Asian Games in Doha, Qatar, Sunday Dec. 10, 2006. (AP Photo/Lee Jin-man)



Saudi Arabia's Hamdan Awdah Al Bishi, right, crosses the line just ahead of Bahrain's Brandon Allan Simpson to win the gold medal in the final of the Men's 400m at the Asian Games in Doha, Qatar, Sunday Dec. 10, 2006. (AP Photo/Lee Jin-man)



Qatar's Daham Najm Bashair, left, comes with a late run to win the gold medal in the final of the Men's 1500m ahead of Bahrainis Belall Mansoor Belal, left, who took silver, and Rashid Ramzi, center, bronze, at the Asian Games in Doha, Qatar, Sunday Dec. 10, 2006. (AP Photo/Junji Kurokawa)



Qatar's Daham Najm Bashair celebrates after winning the gold medal in the final of the Men's 1500m at the Asian Games in Doha, Qatar, Sunday Dec. 10, 2006. (AP Photo/Junji Kurokawa)



Qatar's Daham Najm Bashair celebrates with a member of the Qatari coaching staff after winning the gold medal in the final of the Men's 1500m at the Asian Games in Doha, Qatar, Sunday Dec. 10, 2006. (AP Photo/Junji Kurokawa)





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China's Liu Xiang, right, cruises clear of Japan's Tasuku Tanonaka to win his Men's 110m hurdles heat at the Asian Games in Doha, Qatar, Monday Dec. 11, 2006. (AP Photo/Ng Han Guan)



China's Liu Xiang, right, clears a hurdle ahead of Japan's Tasuku Tanonaka to win his Men's 110m hurdles heat at the Asian Games in Doha, Qatar, Monday Dec. 11, 2006. (AP Photo/Ng Han Guan)



China's Liu Xiang, left, clears a hurdle ahead of Japan's Tasuku Tanonaka to win his Men's 110m hurdles heat at the Asian Games in Doha, Qatar, Monday Dec. 11, 2006. (AP Photo/Junji Kurokawa)



Turkmenistan's Dilshod Nazarov reacts after throwing on his way to winning the gold medal in the final of the Men's Hammer at the Asian Games in Doha, Qatar, Friday Dec. 8, 2006. (AP Photo/Lee Jin-man)



Japan's Kayoko Fukushi, left, leads her compatriot Hiromi Ominami and Bahrain's Kareema Saleh Jasim on her way to winning the gold medal in the final of the Women's 10000m at the Asian Games in Doha, Qatar, Friday Dec. 8, 2006. (AP Photo/Lee Jin-man)



Bahrain's Ruqaya Al Ghasara, left, lines up on the blocks to start a Women's 100m 1st round heat at the Asian Games in Doha, Qatar, Friday Dec. 8, 2006. (AP Photo/Lee Jin-man)















Iran's Leila Ebrahimy Mojavery, left, starts a Women's 800m 1st round heat at the Asian Games in Doha, Qatar, Friday Dec. 8, 2006. (AP Photo/Lee Jin-man)





Iran's Jahankh Poursefei, left, walks past Viktoriya Yalovtsva of Kazakhstan after finishing a Women's 800m 1st round heat at the Asian Games in Doha, Qatar, Friday Dec. 8, 2006. (AP Photo/Junji Kurokawa)



Iran's Mina Pourseifi Jahankhanomlou (L) talks with compatriot Leila Ebrahimy Mojavery after they competed in the women's 800m race first round heats at the 15th Asian Games in Doha December 8, 2006. REUTERS/Jason Reed (QATAR)



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Kazakhstan's Marina Aitova practices her run up before attempting a clearance on her way to winning the gold medal in the Women's High Jump at the Asian Games in Doha, Qatar, Monday Dec. 11, 2006. (AP Photo/Lee Jin-man)



Kazakhstan's Marina Aitova makes her run up as she attempts a clearance on her way to winning the gold medal in the Women's High Jump at the Asian Games in Doha, Qatar, Monday Dec. 11, 2006. (AP Photo/Lee Jin-man)



Bahrain's Ruqaya Al Ghasara, 2nd right, on her way to winning the gold medal in the final of the Women's 200m at the Asian Games in Doha, Qatar, Monday Dec. 11, 2006. Others are from left: Guzel Khubbieva of Uzbekistan, silver, China's Han Ling, 4th, and Sri Lanka's Susanthika Jayasinghe, bronze. (AP Photo/Junji Kurokawa)



Bahrain's Ruqaya Al Ghasara celebrates after winning the gold medal in the final of the Women's 200m at the Asian Games in Doha, Qatar, Monday Dec. 11, 2006. (AP Photo)



Bahrain's Ruqaya Al Ghasara celebrates after winning the gold medal in the final of the Women's 200m at the Asian Games in Doha, Qatar, Monday Dec. 11, 2006. At right is Sri Lanka's Susanthika Jayasinghe, bronze. (AP Photo)



Bahrain's Ruqaya Al Ghasara celebrates after winning the gold medal in the final of the Women's 200m at the Asian Games in Doha, Qatar, Monday Dec. 11, 2006. (AP Photo/Lee Jin-man)



Bahrain's Ruqaya Al Ghasara celebrates after winning the gold medal in the final of the Women's 200m at the Asian Games in Doha, Qatar, Monday Dec. 11, 2006. (AP Photo/Lee Jin-man)

Bahrain's Ruqaya Al Ghasara celebrates after winning the gold medal in the final of the Women's 200m at the Asian Games in Doha, Qatar, Monday Dec. 11, 2006. At right is Sri Lanka's Susanthika Jayasinghe, bronze. (AP Photo)



Bahrain's Ruqaya Al Ghasara celebrates after winning the gold medal in the final of the Women's 200m at the Asian Games in Doha, Qatar, Monday Dec. 11, 2006. (AP Photo/Lee Jin-man)



Bahrain's Ruqaya Al Ghasara bows down on the track in celebration after winning the gold medal in the final of the Women's 200m at the Asian Games in Doha, Qatar, Monday Dec. 11, 2006. (AP Photo)







Bahrain's Ruqaya Al Ghasara smiles after receiving the gold medal she won in the final of the Women's 200m at the Asian Games in Doha, Qatar, Monday Dec. 11, 2006. (AP Photo/Junji Kurokawa)


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China's Xie Limei competes in the final of the Women's Triple Jump at the Asian Games in Doha, Qatar, Monday Dec. 11, 2006. (AP Photo/Lee Jin-man)



Vietnam's Hsiao Szu Pin competes in the Decathlon pole vault at the Asian Games in Doha, Qatar, Monday Dec. 11, 2006. (AP Photo/Lee Jin-man)



Thailand's team celebrate after winning the gold medal in the final of the Men's 4x100m relay at the Asian Games in Doha, Qatar, Tuesday Dec. 12, 2006. (AP Photo/Junji Kurokawa)



China's Liu Xiang warms up before starting the final of the Men's 110m hurdles at the Asian Games in Doha, Qatar, Tuesday Dec. 12, 2006. (AP Photo/Ng Han Guan)



China's Liu Xiang reacts after winning the gold medal in the final of the Men's 110m hurdles at the Asian Games in Doha, Qatar, Tuesday Dec. 12, 2006. (AP Photo/Lee Jin-man)



Backmarkers Iman Al Jallad of Syria, left, and Iran's Mina Porseifi Jahankhanomlou compete in the final of the Women's 1500m at the Asian Games in Doha, Qatar, Tuesday Dec. 12, 2006. (AP Photo/Lee Jin-man)



Thailand's team celebrate after winning the gold medal in the final of the Men's 4x100m relay at the Asian Games in Doha, Qatar, Tuesday Dec. 12, 2006. (AP Photo/Lee Jin-man)



The Chinese team celebrate after winning the gold medal in the final of the Women's 4x100m relay at the Asian Games in Doha, Qatar, Tuesday Dec. 12, 2006. (AP Photo/Junji Kurokawa




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Bertudung tidak halang Ruqaya raih emas 200m

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