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Malaysian Grand Prix winner Marc Marquez said he "didn't have anything more" in his fight with Valentino Rossi, and that it would have been too close to call had the Yamaha rider not crashed.

Starting seventh after being handed a six-place grid drop, Marquez quickly moved up to second and then spent the majority of the race circulating around a second behind Rossi.

He started to inch closer during the final 10 laps but was yet to make an overtaking attempt when Rossi crashed with four laps remaining, which allowed Marquez to cruise to victory.

Marquez admitted that the last laps would have been close with Rossi if his rival didn't crash, as he was giving his all.

"The plan was to try, I was there to try in the end," said Marquez. "I didn't have anything more, we were both riding in the limit, we were riding 2m01s low, 2m00s high, was really fast pace. 

"Then I saw that he started to struggle so the plan was to try to arrive in the end, and only remained four-five laps so was going to be very close, but the plan was just to arrive there and try to fight. 

"Then we would've seen, because our level was very equal."

Marquez said that he didn't have the perfect bike on Sunday

KUALA LUMPUR - Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak congratulates national divers, Pandelela Rinong and Leong Mun Yee for winning the gold medal at the 2017 Kuala Lumpur FINA Diving Grand Prix at the National Aquatic Centre in Bukil Jalil, yesterday.

“Our national divers are world class! Congratulations @AngelaLeong and @Pandelela_R for winning gold at the KL Fina Diving Grand Prix,” he wrote in his Twitter account, @ NajibRazak, here last night.

After not performing together for almost two

KUALA LUMPUR - The excellent achievement of athletes in the SEA Games not only did the nation proud but brings about a positive feeling among the people said Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.

The Prime Minister said when he met the people, they had given him very positive reactions and were full of praise for the Malaysian contingent's achievement and commitment.

"So, you (athletes) have changed the mood of the country and the people, no matter what race, religion, culture or colour

KUALA LUMPUR - Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak today urged all Malaysians to offer strong moral support for National athletes who will be representing the country at the 29th Kuala Lumpur SEA Games and 9th ASEAN Para Games, in August and September.

The Prime Minister said athletes have been able to unite the country and stimulate the spirit of the people, regardless of whether they win or lose.

"Let us all stand firmly behind our heroes by giving them moral support so that it will

KUALA LUMPUR - Various efforts are needed to reorganise and revive football in the country from the grassroots-level so that the national team can compete well on the global-level, says Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak said.

He noted that among the factors to be taken into consideration were the views of some parents who did not see a career in football for their children as having a future, and that this perception needed to be changed.

"We also need to provide a platform for companies

PETALING JAYA - National diver Cheong Jun Hoong (pic) claimed a truly stunning win in the women's 10m platform individual final at the World Aquatics Championships in Budapest, Hungary.

Jun Hoong became the nation's first ever diving world champion after chalking 397.50 points to come out tops in a starry final field of 12 participants on Wednesday evening.

Jun Hoong, a surprise entry for the individual platform, was ranked fourth after the first two dives but moved to the top spot and never

SEPANG - After winning the world keirin title at the UCI Track World Championships in Hong Kong on Thursday, national elite track cyclist Mohd Azizulhasni Awang has now set his sights on the gold medal at the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan.

"Of course becoming a world champion was my dream, and until now, I cannot believe that I actually managed to achieve it.

"However, winning the world championship is not the time for me to become complacent ... the more we achieve, the harder we need

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