Malaysia’s Road to Gold committee to discuss athlete needs for Paris 2024

The Road to Gold (RTG) committee is set to convene subsequent week to debate and evaluate the requirements of Malaysia’s athletes in an effort to safe the nation’s first gold medal at the Paris 2024 Olympic Games, according to Youth and Sports Minister Hannah Yeoh. This comes in response to issues raised by national monitor biking star Datuk Mohd Azizulhasni Awang concerning the National Sports Council’s (NSC) insufficient assist system in preparation for the Paris Olympics. Yeoh emphasised that the ministry takes the athletes’ requests significantly.
“The RTG committee will meet next week to evaluation every request of the athletes chosen for the RTG programme. I actually have contacted Azizul through our coordinator Datuk Stuart Ramalingam and we are going to do our best for our athletes to ensure Malaysia’s chances of successful the gold medal are brilliant,” she said to reporters after launching the Malaysia [email protected] programme at PPR Taman Bagan Jaya.
The Malaysia [email protected] programme is a new initiative by the Youth and Sports Ministry (KBS) in collaboration with the National Youth and Sports Department (JBSN) and the Local Government Development Ministry (KPKT). It goals to advertise a sporting tradition among the many individuals, particularly in People’s Housing Programme (PPR) communities and Public Housing Projects (PPA).
Featuring activities such as aerobics and zumba, the programme’s goal is to encourage an lively and healthy lifestyle among the group, while also fostering community unity, concord, and well-being. “For Special , this zumba programme will run every Saturday or Sunday for 30 weeks in two selected PPRs involving six states, specifically Penang, Selangor, Negeri Sembilan, Kelantan, Terengganu and Kedah,” Yeoh defined..

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