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  Arkib Berita Sukma 2002
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(7 Sept 2002) KOTA KINABALU : Nicol David dan Mohd. Adlan Memenangi Emas untuk Skuasy
Kota Kinabalu ; Pulau Pinang dan Sarawak menang Pingat Emas bagi sukan Skuasy akhir perseorangan Wanita dan Lelaki pada temasnya SUKMA IX 2002 berlangsung di Kompleks Sukan Kota Kinabalu Tengahhari tadi (7.9.2002)
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(7 Sept 2002) KOTA KINABALU : Datuk Hishamuddin Melawat Sabah Trade Center
SUKMA :
Menteri Belia dan Sukan Malaysia, Datuk Hishamuddin Tun Hussin mengadakan lawatan ke Pusat Perdagangan Sabah yang menempatkan Jawatankuasa ICT, Pusat Perdagangan Sabah yang menempatkan Jawatankuasa ICT, Pusat Media, RTM dan Urusetia SUKMA-IX (7/9/02)
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(5 Sept 2002) KOTA KINABALU : Pulau Pinang wrest lead from Sabah
PULAU PINANG continued their domination in the Ninth Malaysia Games (Sukma) after three days of competition, adding one more gold, one silver and two bronze medals to their tally.The haul earned them 14 points and boost their overall medal count to seven gold, one silver and five bronze medals.
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(29 Aug 2002) KOTA KINABALU: LTAKK Sedia Empat Kaunter Khas
Sebanyak empat kaunter khas akan disediakan di Lapangan Antarabangsa Kota Kinabalu (LTAKK) bagi memudahkan laluan semua ahli kontinjen Sukan Malaysia (SUKMA IX) yang hadir dari luar Sabah.
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(28 Aug 2002)
KOTA KINABALU: SUKMA ICT Logistics Goes Live
SUKMA ICT starts operations for Arrivals/Departures, Accomodation, Food & Beverage and Transport modules. For pictures during the launch, click below..
Logistics Pictures

(22 Aug 2002) SUKMA Final Rehearsal

See pictures of SUKMA ICT Personel Rehearsing for the final time before the SUKMA Games.
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(21 Aug 2002) KOTA KINABALU: Semis target
The rather inexperienced Sabah men’s hockey team has the quality to spring surprises come September. Although the team coached by former Indian international coach C. R. Kumar lacks match temperament or exposure when compared to their peninsula counterparts, but with homeground advantage behind them, they are capable of taking on the top teams in the Ninth Malaysia Games (Sukma 2002).
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(6 Aug 2002) Volunteers ready to do their part
KOTA KINABALU: With exactly a month away volunteers for the Ninth Malaysia Games (Sukma 2002) are fully prepared to provide the best service to the organisers. Sabah Sukom Volunteer 98 president Jamal Jinal said some 100 of his members confirmed their participation to volunteer their services at the Sabah Sukma from Sept 5 to 14.
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(05 Aug 2002) Sukma torch run begins in Tawau 04 August, 2002
Tawau: The 9th Malaysia Games (Sukma) torch run began here Saturday on a long and winding journey which will end in Kota Kinabalu on Aug 30, the eve of National Day.
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(02 August, 2002) Here comes the Sukma torch
Sukma Penang 2000 mascot Chombee (centre) handing over the Sukma torch to Bayau, local mascot for Sukma Sabah 2002, at the Kota Kinabalu International Airport Thursday. Bayau (or friend) reflects the proboscis monkey endemic to the Borneo Island, with the most popular viewing spots for tourists being in the Kinabatangan area (east coast) and Klias Peninsular (west coast).
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(29 July 2002) SBA puts high hope on shuttlers at Sukma
KOTA KINABALU: The Sabah Badminton Association (SBA) is confident of giving a minimum of two gold medals from badminton when Sabah hosts the 9th Malaysia Games (Sukma) from Sept 5-14 for the first time.
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(23 July 2002) Give us a chance: Netball coach CHEE MEI LING … hopes Sports Board agrees to request.
NETBALL coach Chee Mei Ling hopes her Sukma team will be given the chance to compete in the upcoming National Netball Championship in Kuala Lumpur from August 15-18.
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(23 July 2002) RUN-UP TO NINTH MALAYSIA GAMES
CULTURE, Youth and Sports Minister Datuk Yahya Hussin led the Ninth Malaysia Games (Sukma 2002) promotion delegation to Kuala Lumpur recently.
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(23 July 2002) KOTA KINABALU: KU … eyeing a minimum of four gold medals.

The Sabah Judo Association (SJA) president Ku Kian Chung predicted that the 14 gold medals at stake in the upcoming Ninth Malaysia Games (Sukma 2002) will be evenly contested by the nine competing teams.
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