Coming Events, Sponsorship Presentation for the Malaysian Contingent to Olympic Games London 2012 – 9th July 2012, 11.00 am, OCM Sports Museum & Hall of Fame, Kuala Lumpur
Flag Handing Ceremony for the Malaysian Contingent to Olympic Games London 2012 – Wednesday, 11th July 2012, 12.30 pm, Prime Minister’s Office, Putrajaya
12th OCM Executive Board Meeting 2012 – Tuesday, 17th July 2012 at 4.30 p.m. at OCM Boardroom, 1st Floor, Wisma OCM, Kuala Lumpur.
MAJOR SPORTS EVENTS 2011/2012
2012 SEA Games Federation Meetings – 12th to 16th July 2012 at Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar.
Games of the XXX Olympiad – 27th July to 12th August 2012, London.
CGF General Assembly 2012 – 28th September 2012, Kampala, Uganda
30th OCA General Assembly 2012 – 8th November 2012, Macau, China.
Sponsorship Presentation for the Malaysian Contingent to Olympic Games London 2012
The Sponsorship Presentation for the Malaysian Contingent to Olympic Games London 2012 will be held on Monday, 9th July 2012, 11.00 am, OCM Sports Museum & Hall of Fame, Kuala Lumpur. All are most welcomed to attend.
Flag Handing Ceremony for the Malaysian Contingent to Olympic Games London 2012
The Hon. Prime Minister of Malaysia will present the Jalor Grmilang to the Malaysian Contingent on Wednesday, 11th July 2012, 12.30 pm, Prime Minister’s Office, Putrajaya
Olympic Day Fun Run 2012
The Olympic Day Fun Run 2012 was successfully organized on Sunday, 8th July 2012 from 6.30 am to 11.00 am, at Dataran Merdeka, with a record of 11,801 runners, of all ages from both genders. The Run has 13 categories, with cash prizes for the 1st to 5th finishers in each category. Of the 13 categories, there was one category for Primary School Boys and one for Primary School Girls between the ages of 7 and 12. The distance for this category was 3 km. There was also one category for teams of 4 runners, above the age of 16 years, who must all finish together the distance of 5 km. The Family category comprised 2 adults (parents or guardians), with 1 to 3 children, between the ages of 7 to 14 years. In order to be considered as having completed the race distance of 3 km, each family must finish together with 2 adults and one child. Any other combination was not considered.
Both the team event and the family event were very popular, drawing 450 teams and 150 families. Ms. Sarah Casanova, Managing Director of McDonald’s Malaysia said that as McDonald’s is a Family Restaurant, organising the Family event was in line with their theme of a families playing and eating together. The Olympic Day Fun Run is the only Run to incorporate the Team and Family event. For next year’s Fun Run, there will additional incentives to attract more teams and families to participate in the Fun Run. Others who were present at the Run were Encik Steven Chew, Vice President Marketing, Communications & Consumer/Business Insights of McDonald’s Malaysia, Puan Najat Md. Faud, Corporate Communications Director of McDonald’s Malaysia, Y.Bhg. Dato’ Roy Rajasingham, Vice President, Olympic Council of Malaysia, Cik Moira Tan, Honorary Assistant Secretary, Olympic Council of Malaysia, Encik T. Kumar, Honorary Assistant Secretary, Olympic Council of Malaysia, Tuan Haji Mohamed Kadri Mohamed Taib, Public Affairs and Communications Director, Coca-Cola Far East Limited and others.
The winner of the Men’s 7 km Open was won by R, Venugopal, of the Royal Malaysian Police with a time of 25 min. 10 sec. Cik K. Ganthimathi of New balance won the Women’s 7 km Open with a time of 30 min. 31 sec.
The Olympic Council of Malaysia wishes to thank the Federal Territory Amateur Athletics Association for being the technical organizer of the Run and all the sponsors, including McDonald’s Malaysia, Coca-Cola, Bata (Power), Dutch Lady, Milo, Olympic Sports Hotel, P&G, Sprtizer, Ribena, etc., and all those who have in one way or other assisted OM in making the above event a great success.
OCM Sport Administrators Course (SAC)
The Sport Administrators Course was organised by the Sabah Ministry of Youth and Sports for its officials including others from National Sports Associations, State Sports Associations and other Government agencies. They comprised a cross section of sport officials, administrators and sports association office bearers. Fifty participants registered and finally thirty-nine (39) of them succeeded to complete the course. The Course was held in the Seminar Hall, Palace Hotel, Kota Kinabalu.
The two facilitators were Mr. Stanley Charles Louis and Mr. Peter Chee Nyuk Min and from their report and the evaluation of participants, the Course was successfully run and the following points were presented:
• Organizing a sport seminar programme such as this in East Malaysia has its own peculiarity and challenges.
• The facilitators had to ensure that the presentations and modules addressed all participants’ expectations.
• The participants felt the activities were stimulating, meaningful and informative and also related to managerial and administrative skills.
• The participants also felt that the course conducted was long overdue and was really good. Having been in their current sport positions for a good number of years, some of the participants expressed that it wasn’t always that the participants were given the opportunity to attend courses such as this Olympic based course.
• Some quotes from the participants:
“The strategies undertaken by the facilitators were well received and participants expressed their appreciation”
“The general knowledge and experiences shared by the lectures are truly priceless”
(The above article was submitted by Cik Moira Tan, Hon. Assistant Secretary, OCM.)
Malaysian Fencing Federation (MFF)
The Malaysian Fencing Federation will hold its Malaysia Open Fencing Championship 2012 from 13 to 15 July 2012 in the Indoor Sports Arena, Level 3, Wisma OCM. After 5 years since the last Malaysia Open in 2007, MFF has revived the Championship, which was well attended by fencers from many countries in the past. The break was due to some problems faced within MFF.
To date, there are about 200 participants from Singapore, Japan, Thailand and Indonesia to name a few. Majority of the participants are from Singapore. MFF will see the action of fencers in the Individual Events for Epee, Foil and Sabre in the three days. The organisation this year sees a different set-up without the team events.
We wish the Malaysian fencers the best of luck in putting up a good ‘fight’ against their neighbouring countries.
(The above article was submitted by Cik Moira Tan, Hon. Assistant Secretary, OM). —– OCM
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