KL SEA GAMES OPENS IN A BLAZE OF COLOUR, LIGHT AND FIREWORKS

Kuala Lumpur: The 29th SEA Games returned to the National Stadium in Bukit Jalil in a blaze of colour, light and fireworks as Kuala Lumpur welcomed 4,900 of the region's best athletes after a lapse of 16 years. The Malaysian contingent marched proudly into the arena to loud cheers and applause with the unprecedented trio of keirin world champion Azizulhasni Awang, world diving queen Cheong Jun Hoong and world silat champion Mohd Al-Juffer...

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