Sabtu, 26 Mac 2011

Famemas Club Exco Meeting No. 01 (Session 2011/2013)

Date: Sunday, 20 Mach 2011
Venue: Times Square, Kuala Lumpur.
Present: Prostem committe members: Mr. Lee Hui Seng, Mr. Dorairaj, Jason Thiang, Yusnita, Mansor and Mr. Zulkifli.

Absent with apologies: Mr. Hafidz, Mr. David, Mr. Nicholas and Mr. Zakariah.

Jumaat, 25 Mac 2011

Photo: CIMB KL Open Squash Championships 2011

Khamis, 24 Mac 2011

Photo: Anugerah Sukan Negara 2010

Khamis, 17 Mac 2011

OCM Weekly Highlight - 13 March 2011

OCM Weekly Highlights
13th March 2011

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Coming Events

2nd Ayam A1 Junior Basketball League – 11th to 27th March 2011, at the Batu 11 Basketball Courts, Cheras.
2011 National Sports Awards – 15th March 2011 at 8.00 pm at the Grand Ballroom, Manderin Oriental, KLCC, Kuala Lumpur.
CMIB – Kuala Lumpur Open Squash Championship – 15th to 20th March 2011, at the National Squash Centre, Bukit Jalil and Berjaya Times Square.
Malaysian DanceSport Berhad Dinner and Dance – 27th March 2011 at Kelab Taman Perdana DiRaja (Royal Lake Club), Kuala Lumpur.
Asian Squash Championships 2011 – 26th to 30th April 2011 at the Nicol David International Squash Centre, Bukit Dumbar, Penang, from 7.00 pm to 12.00 midnight.
Malaysian Waterski & Wakeboard Junior Cup – 6th to 8th May 2011 at Water Sports Complex Presint 6, Putrajaya
Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) Executive Board Meeting – 9th & 10th May 2011, Kuala Lumpur.
Putrajaya Waterski & Wakeboard Cups – 27th to 29th May 2011 at Water Sports Complex Presint 6, Putrajaya
30th Annual General Assembly of the Olympic Council of Malaysia (OCM) – 18th June 2011 at 10.00 a.m. at OCM Indoor Sports Arena, Level 3, Wisma OCM.
Malaysian National Open Waterski & Wakeboard Championship – 8th to 10th July 2011 at Water Sports Complex Presint 6, Putrajaya
Sarawak Wakeboard World Cup – 16th to 18th September 2011, at Kuching, Sarawak.
2011 IWWF Asian Waterski & Wakeboard Championship – 5th to 9th October 2011 at Water Sports Complex Presint 6, Putrajaya.
1st Asian Shotgun Shooting Championships – 5th to 15th December 2011 at National Shooting Range, Subang, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia.


9th World Conference on Sport and the Environment – 30 April to 2 May 2011, Qatar.
51st International Session for Young Participants – 25th June to 9th July 2011, Olympia, Greece.
30th General Assembly of the Olympic Council of Asia (OCA) – 14th July 2011 at Tokyo, Japan.
4th Commonwealth Youth Games 2011 – 7th to 13th September 2011, Isle of Man.
14th World Sport for All Congress 2011 – 20th to 23rd September 2011 at Beijing, China.
26th SEA Games 2011 – 11th to 25th November 2011 at Pelembang and Jakarta, Indonesia.
Games of the XXX Olympiad – 27th July to 12th August 2012, London.

News Items


The Office Bearers and members of OCM wish to extend our condolences to the family of the late Master Chew Teik Seong, who passed away peacefully at Pusat Perubatan University Malaya on 11th March 2011, one month and 11 days short of his 73rd birthday.

The late Master Chew was born on 22nd April 1938, as the second son of eight children to a shopkeeper and a housewife in a very small village called Behrang Station in Perak, Malaysia. Upon completion of his Senior Cambridge school certificate, he chose to undergo a teacher-training course. His decision not to join the family business was met with protests by his parents. They eventually saw his determination and lovingly gave their support to his efforts.

He spent three years as an active trainee teacher, majoring in English Language. His college days were his happiest days, as he engaged in sports and various outdoor activities. During a short stint in the Eastern Coast state of Terengganu (which coincidently was where the 1994 World Championships were held), he represented the state in basketball and the district in soccer.

Due to his active participation in sports, he was selected to attend the Specialist Teachers’ Training Institute (STTI) for a Physical and Health Education course in 1967, where he experienced his first exposure to Taekwon-Do.

After his training course, he was posted back to a secondary school where he proved to be a popular teacher in school. His outstanding work paid off as he was soon appointed to be a lecturer of Physical and Health Education in 1974 and was posted to the Sultan Idris Teachers’ Training College, where he became the adviser of the inaugural Taekwon-Do club there. This was the beginning of a long history of his Taekwon-Do career.

The late Master Chew had a long and distinguished career with the International Taekwondo Federation (ITF). From 1976 to the time of his demise, he was the Instructor of International Taekwon-Do Academy, Tanjong Malim. In 1978, he participated in the 2nd World Taekwon-Do Championship held in Oklahoma, USA. From 1989 to 2000, he was the President of Perak State Taekwon-Do Association. In 1993/94, he was appointed Secretary of Tournament and Technical Committee of the 9th World Taekwon-Do Championship, held in Kuala Terenganu. In 1999, the late Master Chew was elected President of International Taekwon-Do Federation Malaysia (ITFM), Chief of delegate of Malaysian team at the 11th ITF World Championship in Buenos Aires, Argentina. On 21st November 1999, he was promoted to 7th Dan (M-7-5) by General Choi Hong Hi.

Unfortunately, he was diagnosed of nose and throat cancer in 1988 and from then on, it has been a long battle against the disease and he had to limit many of his favourite past times with the exception of Taekwon-Do. Master Chew’s pride is his family – he and his beloved wife have four children – two boys and a pair of twin girls. They are his strongest supporters to keep him going in whatever activities he is involved in. He has four lovely grandchildren, too.
(Note: The above was written by the late Mr. Chew’s son)

Chefs de Mission of OCM

The Olympic Council of Malaysia has appointed the following as Chefs de Mission for the following Games:
  • Encik Rosmanizam Abdullah, Hon. Assistant Treasurer of OCM – Chef de Mission of the 4th Commonwealth Youth Games at Isle of Man from 7th to 13th September 2011.
  • Y.Bhg. Dato’ Syed Mustaffa Syed Ali, President of Squash Racquets Association of Malaysia and Y.Bhg. Datuk Naim Mohamad, Deputy President of the Malaysian National Cycling Federation – the Chefs de Mission of the 26th SEA Games 2011, 11th to 25th November 2011 at Pelembang and Jakarta, Indonesia. Y.Bhg. Dato’ Syed Mustaffa Syed Ali will be the CDM in Palembang and Y.Bhg. Datuk Naim Mohamad, the CDM in Jakarta.
  • Y.A.Bhg. Tun Ahmad Sarji bin Abdul Hamid – Chef de Mission of the London 2012 Olympic Games from 27th July to 12th August 2012 in London. Y.A.Bhg. Tun Ahmad Sarji bin Abdul Hamid is the President of the Malaysian Lawn Bowls Federation.

Tokio Marine Insurans (Malaysia) Berhad – New Corporate Sponsor of OCM

The Olympic Council of Malaysia wishes to welcome Tokio Marine Insurans (Malaysia) Berhad, as its Corporate Sponsor under the General Insurance Product Category. Tokio Marine Insurans (Malaysia) Berhad took over from Pan Global Insurance Berhad as the Sponsor of OCM.

Farewell Message of Encik Clement Soo, on his retirement as Secretary General of Makaf and Vice President of AKF

This will be my last e-mail as the Secretary General of Makaf and Vice President of AKF. It has been a very pleasant journey for me, lasting 33 years and I have enjoyed every moment with Makaf and AKF. Alas no matter how pleasant the journey is, it must come to an end. It is with a tinge of sadness that I am leaving the organizations where I spent nearly half my life.

Over the many years I have encountered many problems and the most difficult ones are those relating to People. Each and everyone of us has our own idiosyncrasy, our own ideology, our own way of doing things. I have had differences with my colleagues and even heated arguments over work but I have confined these incidents to the work situation and not let it become personal. Confucius said, “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you”, and I have tried my best to follow this adage in my relationships. I have always believed in “Compromise” rather than “Confrontation” in my dealings and this has stood me well. “To be successful one must be able to work with people and getting their supports”.

To the majority of you, I am just an e-mail address, to some I am a Voice over the phone or an Acquaintance or a friend. Whoever you are, wherever you may be I wish you all the best in Life. I bid you “Auf Wiedersehen”, till we meet again, Good Luck and Good Health.

Clement Soo
Dated 9th March 2011.

The Office Bearers and members of OCM wish Encik Clement Soo a happy and peaceful retirement.

Isnin, 14 Mac 2011

Badminton: Malaysia's Lee wins All-England Open men's singles title

BIRMINGHAM, United Kingdom: Lee Chong Wei successfully defended his All-England Open men's singles title when he beat his greatest rival, Lin Dan, the Olympic champion from China, 21-17, 21-1 in Sunday's final.

The top-seeded Malaysian's triumph came as a surprise to many people, for Lin had beaten Lee in three games at the world's first million dollar tournament, the Korean Open, in January.

That was the Chinese legend's 15th success in 22 encounters with Lee, and he had seemed back to somewhere near his best.

But this time Lin rarely tried the fierce airborne attacks for which he has become famous, and Lee's superb movement and excellent shuttle control in the resulting game of cat-and-mouse proved marginally superior.

The defeat means Lin failed to achieve a fifth All-England Open title, which would have been a unique achievement in the open era. The next All-England, not long before the 2012 Olympics, will be his last before his retirement.

"I played safe today - I didn't go for the points at all," Lee said.

"But I was mentally strong this time."

He immediately got a call from Malaysia's Prime Minister Najib Razak, who told him "good job".

It became evident that Lee might score a famous victory soon after the interval in the first game, when he surged from 11-10 to 17-10 and looked well in control at 18-12.

Some of the rallies were flat and fast, but many of them involved probing clears, lifts and drops, and clever manoeuvring. It was not till the second game that Lin tried to apply much force with his overhead.

However he got back to 17-18 thanks to wonderful accuracy and consistency, and at that moment it seemed that Lee might be wobbling mentally.

But Lin unaccountably tried a clipped drop which fell too short and found the net, and that reduced the psychological pressure on his edgy opponent immensely.

Lee concluded that game with a squall of smashes and hurtled to a lead of 8-2 in the second game. It was then that Lin tried a few of his once-famous aerial bombardments, getting ceilingwards and levering the shuttle down more steeply.

But they were intermittent efforts, and gradually the match slipped back into its cagey patterns once Lin had got back on even terms.

From 17-all Lee made his final push. A disguised return and smash got him the lead again, an overhead drop got him to 19-17, and an amazing block winner from point blank range got him to match point which he converted when Lin was pressured into switching a net shot sacross court and narrowly wide.

"It didn't work out as well as I thought," said Lin. "I made more errors than usual."

Earlier the top-seeded Wang Shixian regained the women's singles title for China, earning it for the seventh time in ten years for the sport's leading nation.

Wang did that with a 24-22, 21-18 victory in a fine final over Eriko Hirose, the Japanese player who attracted admiration and sympathy for her unseeded progress to the showdown.

Wang's speed about the court and experience of big finals - she was winner of the Malaysian Open and a finalist in the Korean Open.

She did not panic when the determined Hirose pulled back a five-game first game deficit and held game points at 20-19 and 21-20.

Had Hirose sneaked either of those pivotal points, much may have been different.

"I knew it was crucial to win those," said Wang.

China however won the women's and mixed doubles - through Yu Yang and Wang Xiaoli, and Xu Chen and Ma Lin respectively.

Xu and Ma won 21-13, 21-9 against Sudket Prapakamol and Sarale Thoungthongkam, the first Thai players in the finals for almost 50 years.

Denmark won the men's doubles when Mathias Boe and Carsten Mogensen, who missed four match points in last year's final, came from 11-6 down in the final game to win 15-21, 21-18, 21-18 against Koo Kien Keat and Tan Boon Heong, the world silver medallists from Malaysia.

Men's singles final:
Lee Chong Wei (MAS) bt Lin Dan (CHN) 21-17, 21-17

Men's doubles final:
Mathias Boe/Carsten Mogensen (DEN) bt Koo Kien Keat/Tan Boon Heong (MAS) 15-21, 21-18, 21-18

Women's singles final:
Wang Shixian (CHN) bt Eriko Hirose (JPN) 24-22, 21-18

Women's doubles final:
Yu Yang/Wang Xiaoli (CHN) bt Mizuki Fujii/Reika Kakiiwa (JPN) 21-2, 21-9

Mixed doubles final:
Xu Chen/Ma Lin (CHN) bt Sudket Prapakamol/Saralee Thoungthongkam (THA) 21-13, 21-9

Credit/sumber: AFP/de

Khamis, 10 Mac 2011

Supporters Meet M'sian Cycling star Mohd Azizulhasni Awang at KLIA tonite 8.40pm

Hi All,

Please forward this message:

Supporters will be meeting Malaysian track cycling star Mohd Azizulhasni Awang,who will be arriving at KLIA tonight 10 March 2011 on MH148 at 8.40pm.

Dato Naim Mohamed, Deputy President of Malaysian National Cycling Federation (MNCF) hopes that Malaysian sports supporters can altogether gather at KLIA to receive Mohd Azizulhasni Awang.

For information, Mohd Azizulhasni Awang made nation proud when participating in keirin event at World Cup Track Cycling Championships in Manchester last month, he was involved in collison with 3 other riders, fell down and wooden splinter from track velodrome lodged into his shin muscles, then got up and in a spate of adrenalin rush, raced to the finishing line and finished with a bronze medal for Malaysia.

He received special commendation from Prime Minister YAB Dato' Seri Najib Tun Razak, who during a visit to Canberra, Australia recently, described Mohd Azizulhasni Awang as a national hero who struggled through adversities and is a model to others.

Malaysia Boleh!


Sent on behalf of Famemas Club KL and Malaysia
(Kelab Famemas Kuala Lumpur and Selangor)

10 March 2011

Selasa, 8 Mac 2011


Salam 1 Malaysia to all of you....

Where have you all see this wordings, "Versatile as you"?

The answer.... On the plate number of most Perodua Alza MPVs. I wrote on "kereta juga MPV " for Alza on my another Celoteh serie but this wordings really made me feel easy... though being caught in the traffic jam... I just need to trail any Alza during bumper to bumper crawl and that words will make anyone feel nice. To the guy who initiated this... Thank you Bro... you did a wonderful job.

Captain Celoteh.

Bro? yeah.. it is sure to be a man's idea. Sorry Girls... not that I look down upon the fairer sex but man has the capability to seduce people with their correct words at the correct times... especially playboys or casanovas. Betul kan?

And the next time if you are caught in a traffic jam... just get behind the back of an Alza... and just follow it for 5-10 minutes... read the words and then try to relate it with what you had done for the day (if on your way back home) and just plan for what you are going to do for the day ( on your way to the office) .. and then you will definitely smile cos yeah.. you too are just as versatile as any other successful people. So frens... Perodua has got something extra to get the masses' attention. Those simple words meant a great thing, if you think positively.

So thinking positively is what one needs to survive on this ever challenging planet. And what a big deal that MU lost to Chelsea or Liverfools? So what? MU is the envy of all misguided fans of EPL. Yeah... MU fans are those who have that extra grey matter... they are smart. Why put yourself is a cooking pot just because of sports? It will not really affect our future. So what if you were to support the always winning team like MU? It makes you to enjoy and feel happy when MU wins and if MU were to lose... so what? There is always a chance next time. Sorry guys... please support MU cos that is the only team that is always winning and they do it in style... ADA GAYA kata orang-orang kita.

And if MU were to lose... then there are always some reasons to make us happy too. Just look back at the match with Chelsea... Abrahamnovich's team should not be awarded with a penalty but in just a few minutes after the game started... John Terry should be red carded when he blocked the shot with his arm... and then Luiz should be given the marching orders too when he blocked Rooney... So MU should have won on that night, right? And against Liverfool, I must admit that without Vidic and Ferdinand, the defence is very porous but then Carragher should be kicked out when he injured Nani with a very rough tackle. And MU could have won too right?

kah kah kah kah... ole ole ole... MU BOLEH!!

To Si Dia... please just stop admiring the handsome players of Arsenal or the tough guys of Chelsea... tak payah lah.... come and sit besides me and let us cheer for MU, the winning players and the team that has the Championship DNA.

Ok guys... I got to start working. Got a meeting at 9 am.

To Si Dia... so you went for a carnaval in Rio?

Naza Rio.. I meant? What ever it is... you are my lady. I missed you.

To all, take care and bye.

capt... my apology to all Famemas members for failing to attend the AGM

Ahad, 6 Mac 2011

International Sports Events in March 2011

International Sports Events in March 2011

  • German Open Badminton, till 6 Mar
  • BMW M'sian Open Tennis,Bukit Kiara Equestrian and Country Resort, till 6 Mar
  • NTV7 Feel Good Run,7Mar.
  • Jelajah 1Malaysia, 8-13Mar.
  • All England Badminton, Birmingham, 8-13Mar.
  • Larian Hari Wilayah Persekutuan,12 Mar,Dataran Merdeka. 7,5 and 3km. RM10 & RM20. Tel 019 3685275. Email Organised by Menteri Cermelang Venture. Bank in EON Bank 0061100035956.
  • Bareno Run,Bukit Jalil National Std,13 Mar. 5,10 and 21km. Organised by NB and Bukit Jalil Running Club. Fee RM25 to RM60. Early Bird Fee RM20 to RM50. Go to or Register at NB outlets/FTAAA. Get Tshirts on Friday 11 Mar at 1pm to 7pm and Sat, 12 Mar at 10am to 7pm at National Stadium. Race starts at 6.15am for 10km and 6.30am for 5km.
  • Tesco Walk,Putrajaya Precinct 6 Waterfront Complex,13Mar. Register at FTAAA. RM5 and RM10 fee.
  • CIMB Squash KL Open,Sat 19 Mar- Sun 20 Mar,Berjaya Times Square at 2.30pm. Cheer for Azlan and Nicol David
  • Swiss Open Badminton GP Gold,15-20 Mar.
  • World Kidney Day 5km Run,Dataran Merdeka,KL,20Mar. Fees RM20 and 10.Cash Prizes, Medals and Certificates for winners. Register at FTAAA 03 27152843 during office hours. Tel 03 40225882 for info. Closing date 11 Mar
  • Klang Executive 7km Unity Run,Klang,20 Mar. Organised by Klang Executive Club. 2500 runners. Tel 03 33443888. Go to www.
  • World Track Cycling Champs,Apeldoorn,Holland, 23-27 Mar. Catch it live on Astro at 2am on 24 Mar, 2am on 25 Mar and 10.15pm on 27 Mar.
  • Malakoff 26km Run, Taman Perbandaran Pulau Pinang,27 Mar. Closing Date 13 Mar. Early Bird closed 28 Feb. Go to or email Wendysoo2211 @gmail. com or info@malakoffrun. com. my
  • Vietnam Badminton Challenge,29 Mar - 3 Apr.
Majulah Sukan untuk Negara!
Thank you and Regards.


Selasa, 1 Mac 2011

Teks Ucapan Pengerusi Famemas di AGM 2011

Ucapan dari Pengerusi Famemas, En. Lee Hui Seng.

Terlebih dahulu saya ingin mengucapkan terima kasih atas kehadiran semua ahli-ahli Kelab Famemas dan Penasihat kita Cik Low Beng Choo, selaku Naib Presiden MOM, ke Mesyuarat Agung Tahunan Kelab Famemas KL dan Selangor. Ini menunjukkan semangat kuat kita terhadap kelab kita yang di cintai, Famemas Boleh!

Tahun ini, visi dan misi kelab kita ialah untuk mengeratkan hubungan rapat diantara kelab kami dengan semua organasasi organasasi sukan seperti OCM, MSN, KBS dan NSAs dalam mempertingkatkan mutu dan kualiti pembangunan sukan tempatan dan di rantau asing, bukan sahaja dalam usaha mendapat ‘accreditation pass’ setiap kali kami mengambil bahagian dalam misi luar Negara memberi sokong vocal dan moral kepada atlit atlit kami di Sukan Asia dan Sukan SEA.

Di sini saya ingin melapurkan tentang misi Guangzhou, seperti semua misi misi sebelum ini, kumpulan kami telah menaikkan imej negara dalam memain peranan sebagai pasukan sorak yang berdisiplin, teratur dan dihormati oleh rakyat tempatan dan badan badan sukan di Malaysia.

Seperti yang dimaklumkan, pasukan kami yang menyertai misi Sukan Asia Guangzhou pada Oktober 2010 menghadapi masalah memperolehi tiket masuk stadium mahu pun kad akreditasi disebabkan oleh ‘ticket touts’ di China.

Walau bagaimanapun, misi kami berjaya mengeratkan hubungan rapat dan silaturahim dikalangan ahli ahli kami dan di harapkan pada misi luar negara yang akan datang seperti Sukan SEA 2011 di Jakarta dan Palembang, lebih ramai ahli ahli akan turut bersama bantu kami mencapai objektif kita. Walaupun, kami tidak mendapat banyak sumbangan atau penajaan daripada syarikat syarikat swasta, oleh kerana keadaan ekonomi terkini, ramai dikalangan ahli ahli setia dan taat kita terus memberi sokongan patriotik terhadap sukan negara. Majulah sukan untuk Negara.

Oleh sebab itu, kita berharap Penasihat kita, Low Beng Choo yang juga Naib Presiden Majlis Olimpik Malaysia akan membantu Kelab kami memperolehi ‘kad akreditasi’ untuk misi Sukan SEA 2011 di Jakarta dan Palembang.

Baru baru ini kami menyertai misi sorakan ke Kejohanan Terbuka Malaysia Super Series Badminton di Stadium Putra pada Jan 2011. Walaupun ahli ahli kami mengambil initiatif memberi sokongan kepada pemain pemain kami melalui sahutan banner, malangnya kami tidak dibenarkan memasang banner di sekitar Stadium Putra atas alasan ‘ Ambush Marketing’ walaupun banner kami tiada apa apa petanda syarikat syarikat swasta. Itulah satu isu yang kami telah bangkitkan dengan Persatuan Badminton Malaysia dan kita akan terus membina hubungan rapat dengan BAM demi kerjasama pada masa hadapan.

Tahun ini kami juga berhasrat akan bekerjasama dengan beberapa organasasi seperti LPKN(Lembaga Promosi Kesihatan Malaysia) dimana kami berharap mendapat Grant atau peruntukan RM10,000 untuk menganjurkan dua sessi latihan ‘Sorak Sihat 1 Malaysia’ diketuai oleh jurulatih dari Majlis Sukan Negara. Permohonan kami sudah diluluskan, cuma menanti peruntukan daripada LPKN. Ucapan terimakasih kepada Hafidz Kosai, Setiausaha Kelab kita yang bekerja kuat dan bertungkus lumus menyediakan satu Kerta Kerja yang serba lengkap kepada LPKN.

Program ini meliputi sessi bersenam, ceramah kesihatan, Larian 3km. Kami juga dalam perbincangan dengan Persatuan Kebajikan 1Malaysia ‘Teras Kegemilangan Rakyat 1Malaysia’ dalam usaha untuk menganjurkan aktiviti aktiviti sukan bersama yang akan ditetapkan.

Walaupun jumlah bilangan ahli kelab kita tak melebihi 1000 ahli, hakikatnya kelab kami dianggap sebagai kelab penyokong pertama di Malaysia dan di rantau Asia Tenggara yang tersusun dan mampu mengumpul semua lapisan masyarakat Malaysia tidak kira kaum, latar belakang professional, umur dan agama. Ramai daripada kita sudah menjadi sahabat handai (everlasting friends) sejak Sukan SEA Vietnam 2003 atau Sukan SEA 2005 di Manila. Jadi, kami perlu mengekspoitasi kekuatan kita dalam usaha menjadi ‘Facilitators’ kepada berjuta juta rakyat Malaysia yang gemari dan minati sukan. Saya berharap semua ahli dapat membantu misi dan visi kita dalam mengalakkan kawan anda untuk menyertai kelab kita. We need to reach out to more Malaysians who are keen and passionate on sports.

Umpamanya di Pertandingan Piala Suzuki AFF dimana Malaysia menjuarai pertandingan tersebut, lebih daripada 80,000 peminat sukan membanjiri stadium tetapi Kelab Famemas dapat memain peranan ‘creating the awareness’ melalui keratan keratan akhbar mengalakkan penyokong penyokong supaya menbanjiri stadium.

Tahun ini kami juga ingin mempertingkatkan usaha publisiti iaitu cara menyebarkan berita berita sukan tempatan seperti melalui laman blog, media social seperti Facebook dan Twitter, email. Semua ahli di minta memberi email terkini kepada Administrator atau Sekretariat kita di meja Pendaftaran. Let’s exploit the power of social media to the fullest, make sports stars your friends and you can give them the support not only in the stadiums but also in cyberspace. Inilah satu dimensi baru ala Famemas!

Dalam usaha kami untuk mengalak budaya sihat antara kaum ahli ahli kita, saya menyeru agar atlit atlit kita mengambil bahagian dalam acara marathon dan runs yang di anjurkan oleh FTAAA, Pacesetters dan sebagainya. Kita mempunyai banyak ahli ahli kita yang juga ahli Pacesetters Club seperti Jason Thiang, Kenny Tan, Liew Wee Teck. Ia akan memberi kita tenaga selagi kami dekehendaki berjalan kaki beratus ratus kilometer semasa di Sukan SEA Indonesia yang akan datang, seperti di Sukan Asia Guangzhou.

Acara acara kita pada tahun ini ialah Kejohanan Squasy CIMB KL Open pada 19-20 Mar di Berjaya Times Square, pertandingan bowling di Sunway Megalanes (tarikh belum ditetapkan) dan diakhiri dengan acara kemuncak iaitu Sukan SEA di Jakarta dan Palembang. Setakat ini , kami belum pasti destinasi kita ialah Palembang atau Jakarta. Kebanyakan sukan akan di adakan di Jakarta tetapi saya difahamkan Palembang lebih sesuai untuk kumpulan sorak kita oleh kerana sebab sebab tertentu seperti keselamatan dan lain lain.

Saya berharap barisan EXCO baru akan meneruskan tradisi dan misi kelab kita dan saya ingin mengucapkan terimakasih kepada ahli EXCO lama yang telah berkhidmat kepada kelab kita.

Sebagai penutup, saya berharap semua ahli meneruskan perjuangan kami dalam memartabatkan tahap sukan Negara. Sukan merupakan satu cara unik untuk menyatu padukan semua lapisan masyarakat Malaysia tidak kira kaum, umur, latar belakang dan agama. Sports unites all Malaysians and is the best cure for racial harmony.

Terimakasih dan selamat tengahari....


Assalamualaikum & Salam 1 Malaysia

Setinggi penghargaan dan terima kasih kepada kesemua ahli Famemas yang menghadirkan diri dan memeriahkan Mesyuarat Agung Tahunan Famemas ke 4. Semoga sokongan anda berterusan demi martabat Negara tercinta.

Berikut adalah senarai EXCO Famemas 2011-2013:
  • Pengerusi: Encik Lee Hui Seng
  • Naib Pengerusi: Encik David Foo
  • Setiausaha: Encik Hafidz Kosai bin Zihim
  • Bendahari: Encik Dorairaj Jeganathan
  • Setiausaha IT: Encik Zulkifli Din
  • Setiausaha Perhubungan Awam: Encik Jason Thiang
  • AJK: Encik Mansor Khoni, Encik Nicholas Ong dan Encik Zakariah Mohd Nor
Penolong Setiausaha, Penolong Bendahari dan 2 AJK Lantikan akan dilantik EXCO dan diumumkan kemudian.

saksikan Dato’ Lee Chong Wei mempertahankan kejuaraannya dari 8 hingga 13 Mac 2011

Berjaya Times Square- booking tempat anda ke pada 19 dan 20 Mac 2011

Majulah Sukan untuk Malaysia