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(SUKAN) 2016 TIME IRONMAN 70.3 PUTRAJAYA RETURNS TO THE NATION’S ADMINISTRATIVE CAPITAL WITH A SPECTATOR-FRIENDLY RACE

YB Khairy Jamaluddin, Youth & Sports Minister finishing the TIME IRONMAN 70.3 Putrajaya on 3 April 2016PUTRAJAYA, 04 APRIL 2016 – Putrajaya hosted the third annual IRONMAN 70.3 Putrajaya over the weekend.  Covering a total distance of 113 km (70.3 miles) across a 1.9 km swim, 90 km bike and 21.1 km run route, the race kicked off with an energetic rolling swim start at the Putrajaya Lake by the Sri Saujana Bridge. Friends and family cheered on the participants along the route as the morning sunshine gave a warm glow to the Sunday race. Read more →

(SUKAN) TIME Is Back On Board for IRONMAN 70.3 Putrajaya for 2016 and 2017!

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Putrajaya, Malaysia (2 February 2016) IRONMAN Asia Pacific is delighted to announce that TIME dotCom (TIME) is back as the title sponsor for the 2016 and 2017 IRONMAN 70.3 Putrajaya.  Read more →

(SUKAN) SPRITZER SLIDE THE CITY SPLASHES INTO MALAYSIA, TAKES ON PUTRAJAYA

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Kuala Lumpur, 17th November 2015: Spritzer Slide the City Malaysia was officially inaugurated at Luna Bar, Pacific Regency Hotel today, graced by Malaysia’s diving darling, Olympic medallist Pandelela Rinong. Read more →

(SUKAN) LAMB WINS ASIAN SCORCHER IN TROPICAL MALAYSIA

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PUTRAJAYA (Malaysia) –  Arch nevertheless moved into the overall lead with 30 points after the third round of the eight-race world championship that has stops in seven countries on three continents. Bonhomme, who saw his string of 15 straight podiums abruptly ended, is second overall with 25 points, while Lamb moved into third on 17 points. Read more →

(SUKAN) ARCH BLAZES PAST RIVALS IN QUALIFYING ON SIZZLING MALAYSIAN TRACK

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PUTRAJAYA (Malaysia) – Hannes Arch blasted his rivals away in Qualifying for Sunday’s Red Bull Race World Championship stop in Putrajaya, Malaysia with a thunderous performance on a challenging race track under cloudy skies and soaring temperatures. The 2008 champion from Austria admitted he flew as close to the limits of the rules as possible to post the fastest time on Saturday and win pole position for the third of eight stops in the 2014 season. Canada’s Pete McLeod finished a distant second as the world’s fastest motorsport series stages its first-ever race in east Asia while Australia’s Matt Hall was third and defending champion Paul Bonhomme back in fourth. Read more →