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OLYMPIC COUNCIL OF MALAYSIA

Recognized by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) Affiliated to:The Association of National Olympic Committees (ANOC) The Olympic Council of Asia (OCA) The Southeast Asian (SEA) Games Federation (SEAGF) The Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) The Islamic Solidarity Sports Federation (ISSF) Islamic Countries' Women Sports Solidarity Council The International Assembly of National Confederation of Sports TWENTY EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT FOR PERIOD 16TH MAY 2009 to 15TH JUNE 2010 1. 28TH OCM ANNUAL GENERAL ASSEMBLY 2009 The 28th OCM Annual General Assembly was held in the morning of 30th May 2009, at OCM Indoor Sports Arena, Wisma OCM, Jalan Hang Jebat, Kuala Lumpur. All 34 Ordinary Members (National Sports Associations) were present with a total of 98 delegates. 12 out of 16 Association Members with one delegate each were also present. The biennial elections were conducted. The results of the elections of OCM's Office Bearers are as follows: President ­ YAM Tunku Tan Sri Imran ibni Almarhum Tuanku Ja'afar Deputy President ­ YBhg. Datuk Dr. M. Jegathesan Vice Presidents ­ YBhg. Dato' A. Sani Karim YBhg. Prof. Dato' Ar. W. Y. Chin Ms. Low Beng Choo YBhg. Prof. Dato' Dr. Zakaria Ahmad YBhg. Dato' Roy Rajasingham Hon. Secretary ­ Dato' Sieh Kok Chi Hon. Treasurer ­ YBhg. Dato' Seri Kee Yong Wee Hon. Asst. Treasurer ­ Mr. Rosmanizam Abdullah Hon. Asst. Secretary (woman) ­ Ms. Moira Tan Siew See Hon. Asst. Secretary (man) ­ Mr. Ramlay Ibrahim Past President and Honorary IOC Member, YBhg. Datuk Setia Raja, Tan Sri Datuk Seri Hamzah bin Haji Abu Samah, remains as the Honorary Life President of the Olympic Council of Malaysia. 2. EXECUTIVE BOARD The Executive Board of the Olympic Council of Malaysia comprises the Office Bearers of the Olympic Council of Malaysia and the following additional members: Dr. Tan Siew Eng (Director, National Olympic Academy) from 2nd February 2010. YBhg. Dato' Mohd Yasin bin Mohd. Salleh (Secretary General, Ministry of Youth and Sports) from 1st December 2006. YBhg. Dato' Zolkples Embong (Director General, National Sports Council) from 25th April 2007. YBhg. Dato' Dr. Ramlan Abd. Aziz (Director General, National Sports Institute) from 25th April 2007. Encik Raymond Gai Panting (Director, Sports Management, Sports and Physical Education Department) from 22nd April 2006 to 13th October 2009. Encik Jame Alip (Director, Sports, Arts and Co-curriculum Division) from 13th October 2009 to 2nd February 2010. Puan Ee Hong (Director, Sports, Arts and Co-curriculum Division) from 2nd February 2010. Cik Phan Su Ming, (President of the Malaysian Athletes Commission) from 12th January 2010. Cik Chee Ee Laine, (Hon. Secretary of the Malaysian Athletes Commission) from 12th January 2010.

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MEMBERS The 155th OCM Council Meeting held on 2th February 2010, approved the Ice Skating Association of Malaysia (ISAM) to be an Associate Member of OCM. The 156th OCM Council Meeting held on 24th April 2010, approved the Dragon and Lion Dances Federation of Malaysia to be an Associate Member of OCM. The total membership of the Olympic Council of Malaysia now stands at fifty two (52), comprising thirty four (34) Ordinary Members and eighteen (18) Associate Members. The members are:

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Ordinary Members 1. National Archery Association of Malaysia 2. Malaysia Amateur Athletic Union 3. Badminton Association of Malaysia 4. Malaysia Basketball Association 5. Malaysian Body Building Federation 6. Malaysian Tenpin Bowling Congress 7. Malaysia Amateur Boxing Federation 8. Malaysian Cricket Association 9. Malaysian National Cycling Federation 10. Equestrian Association of Malaysia 11. Malaysian Fencing Federation 12. Football Association of Malaysia 13. Malaysian Golf Association 14. Malaysian Gymnastics Federation 15. Malaysian Handball Federation 16. Malaysian Hockey Confederation 17. Malaysia Judo Federation 18. Malaysia Karate Federation 19. Malaysian Lawn Bowls Federation 20. Lawn Tennis Association of Malaysia 21. Malaysian Netball Association 22. Malaysia Rugby Union 23. Sepaktakraw Association of Malaysia 24. National Shooting Association of Malaysia 25. Malaysian National Silat Federation 26. Malaysian Snooker & Billiards Federation 27. Softball Association of Malaysia 28. Squash Racquets Association of Malaysia 29. Amateur Swimming Union of Malaysia 30. Table Tennis Association of Malaysia 31. Malaysia Volleyball Association 32. Malaysia Weightlifting Federation 33. Wushu Federation of Malaysia 34. Malaysian Yachting Association Associate Members 1. Malaysia Aikido Association 2. Baseball Federation of Malaysia 3. Malaysian Chess Federation 4. Malaysia Canoe Association 5. Malaysian Dance Sport Berhad 6. Dragon and Lion Dances Federation of Malaysia 7. Extreme Sports Association Malaysia 8. Malaysia Ice Hockey Federation 9. Ice Skating Association of Malaysia 10. Kabaddi Association of Malaysia 11. Malaysian Ladies Golf Association 12. Mountaineering Federation of Malaysia

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13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18.

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Petanque Federation of Malaysia Royal Malaysian Polo Association Malaysian Rowing Association Malaysian Silambam Society Malaysian Water Ski and Wakeboard Federation Malaysia Woodball Association

MANAGEMENT OF THE OCM

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Council Meetings Meetings of the Council were held once every three months. During the period under review, the Council held a total of four (4) meetings. The dates and attendance at the Council meetings are shown in Annex I.

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Executive Board Meetings The Executive Board of the OCM met once a month and had a total of twelve (12) times during the period under review. The dates and attendance at the Executive Board meetings are shown in Annex II.

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Staff Establishment Encik Chan Hing Wai joined OCM as the part-time Facilities Maintenance Adviser, from 15th December 2009 The staff strength of OCM is as follows:· Eight (8) full-time staff. · Two (2) contract staff. · Three (3) part time staff. · Three (3) staff working in Phase II, Wisma OCM. The OCM Executive Board at its 12th Meeting held on 11th May 2010, promoted Encik Fong Wan Hor to be the Assistant General Manager of OCM.

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REPORTS OF OCM's COMMITTEES Athletes' Commission Following the approval of the final draft provisions of the Athletes' Commission by the 151st OCM Council meeting on 7th February 2009, NSAs were invited to submit their nominations of candidates for elections to be members of the Athletes Commission. 10 NSAs submitted their nominations for elections to be office bearers of the Commission. The elections was held on 19th December 2009. Ms. Phan Su Ming and Ms. Chee Ee Laine were elected President and Honorary Secretary respectively. They are now members of the OCM Executive Board and the OCM Council. Other members of the Commission are Dr. Farah Hani Imran, Ms. Nurul Elia Anuar, Ms. Azian Ahmad, Ms. Leong Mun Yee and Mr. Yeoh Ken Nee.

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Finance and Marketing Committee The Finance and Marketing Committee, chaired by YBhg. Dato' Seri Kee Yong Wee, met eight times during the period under review. The surplus for the year 2009 was RM693,187/= on a total income of RM9,445,838/= for the year as against RM1,299,784/= on a total income of RM10,458,426/= for the year 2008. The TOP VII Partners remained as Coca-Cola, Acer, Atos Origin, General Electric (GE), McDonald's, Omega, Panasonic, Samsung and Visa. The OCM National Sponsors are Coca-Cola, AirAsia, AmBank Group, Astro, Carlsberg, Genting, HDI Network, MESUMA, Milo, Power, Royal Selangor, Sports Toto and Spritzer. 361 Degrees, the Sports Attire Sponsor of the Guangzhou 16th Asian Games 2010, became the OCM Sports Attire Sponsor for the 16th Asian Games. For the second year OCM provided financial grants to all affiliates of OCM for the year 2010. The grant was RM6,000/= for an Ordinary Member and RM4,000/= for an Associate Member. The evaluation of Wisma OCM was completed and the Property, Plant and Equipment of OCM are now valued at RM55.3 million as against RM22.2 million in 2008.

OCM Trust Fund The OCM Trust Fund Deed was approved at the 153rd OCM Council Meeting held on 25th July 2009. The three members of the Trust Management Committee from OCM had been approved and they were the President, the Deputy President and the Hon. Treasurer. The following three members from the public were approved at 156th OCM Council Meeting held on 24th April 2010: YBhg. Prof. Datuk Dr. Khaw Lake Tee, Y.Bhg. Dato' K.T. Tan and Y.Bhg Dato' Syed Moheeb Syed Kamarulzaman. The first meeting of the Trust Management Committee was held on 2nd June 2010. Perpetual Trustees Berhad is the Trust Company of the OCM Trust Fund. Other than the initial investment of RM8.0 million, no additional funds have been invested during the period under review. 5.3 Management and Legal Advisory Committee The Management & Legal Advisory Committee is chaired by YBhg. Dato'Roy Rajasingham. Based on the revised staff structure, the Committee's recommendation to promote Encik Fong Wan Hor, to be the Assistant General Manager of OCM was approved by the OCM Executive Board on 11th May 2010. In order to comply with the requirements of OCM and WADA, the Committee proposed standard provisions for inclusion in the Constitution of affiliates on the following:· ADR - Mediation and Arbitration · Provision related to the WADA Code OCM purchased a new Toyota Hiace at RM94,231.10, with luxury seats at an additional cost of RM3,800/=, 5.4 Media Committee The Media Committee with YAM Tunku Tan Sri Imran ibni Almarhum Tuanku Ja'afar as the Chairman held 4 meetings during the session. The main item covered was the establishment of Astro Arena. Other matters carried out by the Committee are: · Finalizing an agreement with Dentsu Malaysia on the proposed `Malaysian Olympic Partnership Programme'. · Proposal to 4 Malaysian newspaper, one each in Bahasa Malaysia, English, Mandarin and Tamil to allow OCM to submit some articles on sport and sports development on a monthly basis. · Regular update of the OCM Website, at least twice weekly. · Establishing a relation with BFM 89.9 to provide news on sports and OCM. OCM successfully concluded its negotiations with Measat Broadcast Network Systems Sdn Bhd to establish a 24hrs, 7 days a week TV Channel of Malaysian Sports under the name of Astro Arena. Several meetings were held with the NSAs to brief them and clarify details of Astro Arena. Astro Arena has identified 6 core sports, namely, Badminton, Football, Hockey, Sepaktakraw, Squash and Tenpin Bowling. Astro Arena will sign individual broadcasting agreements with NSAs of the six core sports. The basic concept of Astro Arena is reported in Item 6.4 ­ 9th OCM Annual Events Seminar 2009 of this Report. Astro Arena, was successfully launched on 18th March 2010 from 9.00 a.m., by YB Dato' Ahmad Shabery Cheek, the Minister of Youth and Sports Malaysia, at OCM Indoor Sports Arena, Level 3, Wisma OCM. On the same day, the Strategic Alliance Agreement between Measat Broadcast Network Systems Sdn Bhd and OCM was signed. Astro Arena started broadcasting on 26th March 2010 on Channel 801. 5.5 Medical and Anti-Doping Control Committee The Medical and Anti-Doping Committee is under the chairmanship of YBhg. Datuk Dr. M. Jegathesan. It continued to provide advice on all medical and anti-doping matters to OCM and requesting sports associations. Two doctors recommended by the Committee, namely Dr Jasmiza Khuzairi Jasme and Dr Goh Siew Li participated in the IOC Regional Sports Medicine Course held in Jakarta from 19th to 24th May 2010. Various members of the committee continued to play key roles in the international arena through their positions in the respective sports bodies. These included YBhg. Datuk Dr. M. Jegathesan (Hon. Medical Advisor of CGF, Chairman Medical Committee of OCA and member of the IOC Medical Commission), YBhg. Dato' Dr. Gurucharan Singh (Chairman Medical Commission of the Badminton World Federation and member Medical Commission of FIFA), Y.Bhg. Dato' Dr. S. S. Cheema (member Medical Commission of FIH and SEA Games Federation Medical Committee), YBhg. Dato' Dr. Kanagalingam (member Medical Commission of World Motor Sport Council) and Dr. J. S. Deo (Amateur Swimming Union Malaysia).

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OCM Rating Exercise The second OCM Rating Exercise of NSAs affiliated to OCM was carried out from 1st August 2009 to 30th April 2010. All 50 affiliates of OCM submitted their Rating Questionnaire to OCM for evaluation and confirmation. Meetings were held with representatives of all 50 affiliates and consensus, after amendments to a few NSAs, was reached on the marks achieved by all the 50 affiliates. The Rating Committee decided to rate the 50 affiliates of OCM under 4 categories: · Category 1 ­ Olympic Games and/or World Championships Class. · Category 2 ­ Asian/Commonwealth Games and/or Asian/Commonwealth Championships Class. · Category 3 ­ SEA Games and/or SEA Region Championships Class. · Category 4 ­ NSAs which are non-competitive. Each Category is again divided into 2 groups, A and B. A is for those NSAs who have won medals in their Class, while B is for those who have not won medals but have reached that standards. A breakdown by Categories is as follows: · Category 1A ­ 6 NSAs and Category 1B ­ 3 NSAs · Category 2A ­ 3 NSAs and Category 2B ­ 3 NSAs · Category 3A ­ 19 NSAs and Category 3B ­ 13 NSAs · Category 4 ­ 3 NSAs OCM issued a certificate to each NSA, in recognition of their ratings.

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Selection Committee The Selection Committee Meetings to select the teams for the 3rd Asian Indoor Games and the 25th SEA Games were held on 28th and 29th July 2009. For the 25th SEA Games, the Committee decided that Category B athletes and officials will be provided with the Contingent uniforms and other sponsored items and athletes under Category B could be upgraded to Category A, if they meet the qualifying standards, based on their latest results at recognised competitions. Selection Committee meetings were held on 31st May, 1st and 2nd June 2010, to select the Malaysian Contingents for the Delhi XIX Commonwealth Games 2010, the Guangzhou 16th Asian Games 2010 and the Muscat 2nd Asian Beach Games 2010. Except for about 4 NSAs who could not attend the Selection meetings, the selection of the rest have been completed.

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Sports and Sports for All - 12th World Sport for All Congress The 12th World Sport for All Congress was successfully organized in Genting Highlands from 4th to 6th November 2008. Y.Bhg. Dato' Roy Rajasingham, Cik Moira Tan and Dato' Sieh Kok Chi attended the IOC Sport for All Commission meeting on 19th June 2009 at the IOC Office in Lausanne. The Official Report of the 12th World Sport for All Congress 2008, was presented and approved by the IOC Sport for All Commission. 1,000 copies of the Proceedings of the 12th World Sport for All Congress 2008 and 300 copies of the Official Report of the 12th World Congress were printed The Proceedings and Official Report of the 12th World Sport for All Congress 2008 had been sent to all speakers and members of the IOC Sport for All Commission, while the Proceedings were sent to all the participants.

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OCM Facilities and Museum Committee The OCM Facilities and Museum Committee is under Y.Bhg. Dato' A. Sani Karim as Chairman. The Committee was divided into two Sub-Committees, namely, the Facilities Sub-Committee and the Museum Sub-Committee. The SubCommittees met a total of 12 times and the main items achieved were as follows: Facilities Sub-Committee: · Recruited Encik Chan Hing Wai as OCM's part-time Facilities Maintenance Adviser, from 15th December 2009 · Converted the Pantry on the 1st Floor of Wisma OCM into a VIP Toilet attached to the OCM Board room; · Installed paper dispensers in OCM's Office toilets on the Mezzanine Floor, toilets and changing rooms on Level 2 and 3 of the OCM Indoor Sports Complex. · Repaired the floor leaks in the women's toilet of the 2nd Floor of Wisma OCM;

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Installed urinal bowls for the men's changing rooms on Level 2A, 2C and Level 3 of OCM Indoor Sports Arena; Trimmed the branches of trees from YWCA that were protruding into the air space of Wisma OCM Phase I and II. Repaired the damaged and choked sewage pipes from the rooms of Olympic Sports Hotel, which overflowed into the NSAs' offices on the 1st and 2nd floor and OCM office in the Mezzanine Floor. Renovation and upgrading of the 3 lifts in Wisma OCM Phase I, which were installed in 1991 by Antah Schindler. A grant of US$100,000/= was received from OCA to pay part of the cost of the renovation and upgrading works.

Museum Sub-Committee · Inducted YBhg. Tan Sri Darshan Singh (Cycling), Y.Bhg. Dato' James Selvaraj (Badminton), YBhg. Prof. Emeritus Datuk Dr. A. E. Delilkan (Cricket), Encik Lim Keng Liat (Swimming) and Encik Ho Ro Bin (Wushu) to the OCM Hall of Fame on 16th January 2010. · Installed 8 sets of new cabinets in the OCM Sports Museum for exhibits. · Completed the write-up of 39 out of 142 inductees of the OCM Hall of Fame · Updated the exhibits of the OCM Olympian of the Year Awards and the Women and Sport Award. 5.10 Women and Sport Committee The Committee and the Women Sports Department of NSC conducted an exercise to collect data on the participation of Malaysian women in sports as leaders, office-bearers, coaches and technical officials at state, national and international levels. The exercise is in progress. The 7th OCM Women and Sport Dinner 2009 was successfully organized on 18th November 2009 at OCM Indoor Sports Arena, Level 3, OCM Indoor Sports Complex, Wisma OCM, Kuala Lumpur. The Guest of Honour was YB. Dato' Razali Ibrahim, the Deputy Minister of Youth and Sports Malaysia. The winner of the 2009 Women and Sport Award were as follows: · OCM Women and Sport Award 2009 ­ Puan Zaiton Othman, who was Malaysian and Asian leading athlete in the 80's and was the winner of the Malaysian Sportswoman of the Year Award for 1982. · The Women and Sport Leadership Award ­ YAM Tunku Dara Tunku Tan Sri Naquiah binti Almarhum Tuanku Ja'afar, President of the Malaysian Ladies Football Association. · The Women and Sport Award for Grass Root Development ­ Cik Faridah Osman, an Archery Coach. · The Women and Sport Partnership Award ­ the parents of Women World Squash Champion, YBhg. Dato' Nicol Ann David, Mrs. Anne Maria and Mr. Desmond David and the parents of Cik Siti Safiyah, World Ranking Masters Champion in Tenpin Bowling, Puan Faudziah and Encik Abdul Rahman Mokhtar. The 8th OCM Women and Sport Dinner 2010 will be held on 23rd September 2010. The Guest of Honour is YB Dato' Sri Shahrizat Abdul Jalil, Minister of Women, Family and Community Development Malaysia. 5.11 Tan Sri Alex Lee Athletes' Education Fund The Tan Sri Alex Lee Athletes' Education Fund was established in November 1999, in memory of the Late Tan Sri Alex Lee, Vice President of OCM, who passed away in a scuba diving accident in Papua New Guinea on 31st October 1999. The Education Fund is to provide yearly study grants, of a maximum of RM3,000/= per year, to former and present national athletes to further their tertiary education. In 2009, four new scholarships were awarded to the following national athletes: Cik Lim Poh Hong (Volleyball), Cik Nabilla Ariffin (Squash), Cik Durratun Nashihin Rosli (Gymnastics) and Encik Faris Almas-Lee Rosmanizam (Cricket). With the above 4 new scholars, the Tan Sri Alex Lee Athletes' Education Fund has awarded scholarships to 26 national athletes from 11 sports to further their tertiary education since 2000. The Fund now stands at RM503,146.33. OCM is proud the announce the success of national Chess player, Dr. Nicholas Chan, (Chess), one of the scholars of the Tan Sri Alex Lee Athletes' Education Fund, Dr. Nicholas Chan, who had graduated with a Medical Degree at Melaka Manipal Medical College, where he studied from 2005 to March 2010. 5.12 National Olympic Academy

The National Olympic Academy (NOA) was revamped from July 2009, under the Chairman, YBhg. Prof. Dato' Dr. Zakaria Ahmad and the new Director, Dr. Tan Siew Eng. An Advisory Board for the NOA was established with YBhg. Prof. Dato' Dr. Zakaria Ahmad as the Chairman and the following as members: YBhg. Datuk Dr Paul Chan, YBhg. Dato' Radhakrishnan, Dr Tan Siew Eng, YBhg. Dato' Dr. Ramlan Abd. Aziz, and YBhg. Dato' Asariah bt Mior Shaharuddin. The 13th National Olympic Academy for Young Sports Leaders The 13th National Olympic Academy for Young Sports Leaders was successfully organized from 25th to 29th January 2010 at OCM Indoor Sports Complex, Wisma OCM under the new Academy Director, Dr. Tan Siew Eng and her team with the guidance of the Chairman of the NOA, YBhg. Prof. Dato' Dr. Zakaria Ahmad, Vice President of OCM. The Opening Ceremony was officiated by Y.Bhg. Prof. Dato' Dr. Zakaria Ahmad on 26th January 2010. The Closing Ceremony was officiated by YAM Tunku Tan Sri Imran ibni Almarhum Tuanku Ja'afar, President of OCM on 29th January 2010. The award for the best Malaysian male participant went to Kevin Choo of DanceSport, while the best Malaysian female participant was Taekwondo athlete, Ms. Vivienne Voon from University Malaysia Sabah. They will represent the Olympic Council of Malaysia at the 50th IOA Session in Olympia, Greece, from 23rd June to 3rd July 2010. A total of 35 participants with 13 from overseas and the remaining from Malaysia attended the Session. The overseas participants are one each from Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, China, Chinese Taipei, Hong Kong China, Indonesia, Japan, Mongolia, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam and two from Iowa State, USA. Overall, the Session was a great success and the feedback from the participants was very positive 6. 6.1 ACTIVITIES OF OCM Sports Toto ­ City Hall of Kuala Lumpur ­ OCM Community Tree Planting Project The Sports Toto ­ City Hall of Kuala Lumpur ­ OCM Community Tree Planting Project was launched on 19th July 2009 at 9.00 a.m. at a residential area in Kuala Lumpur. In total 300 trees would be planted during the month long campaign, which ends on 19th August 2009. 30 trees were planted on the morning of 19th July 2009. Before the tree planting began, there was a joint aerobic exercise with Jazzercise and a race walking clinic for young children by two National Race Walkers. During the function tips on the correct way of planting trees to ensure the survival and maximum growth of the trees were provided by officers of the Forest Research Institute of Malaysia. 6.2 7th OCM-Tan Sri Alex Lee Charity Golf Tournament 2009 for the Tan Sri Athletes' Education Fund The 7th OCM-Tan Sri Alex Lee Charity Golf Tournament 2009 was successfully organised on 9th November 2009 at the Saujana Golf & Country Club. A total of 31 teams participated, with 12 teams from NSAs and sports related organizations. The Tournament managed to achieve a surplus of RM52,877.50. The Fund now stands at RM503,146.33. 6.3 The OCM Festive Season Open House 2009 The Olympic Council of Malaysia (OCM) and Olympic Sports Hotel jointly organised a 2009 Festive Season Open House at the Olympic Sports Hotel on Saturday, 24th October 2009, from 12.00 noon to 2.00 p.m. Guests at the Open House had the opportunity to view the renovated rooms, the Banquet Hall, the Dewan Dato' Ho Koh Chye and the Dewan Datuk Mokhtar Dahari, which were completed at a cost of over RM6.0 million. Members of National Sports Associations, Ministry of Youth and Sports, National Sports Council, National Sports Institute, partners, sponsors, supporters and friends attended the Open House on 24th October 2009. 6.4 9th OCM Annual Events Seminar 2009 The 9th OCM Annual Events Seminar 2009 was held on 25th July 2009 at the Conference Room, Level 2, OCM Indoor Sports Complex, Wisma OCM. Mr. Bob Kemp, of Astro presented a paper on the soon to be launched, new local sports initiative on the Family Package of Astro under the name of Astro Arena. In his briefing, he stated that Astro Arena would be 4 channels in one, broadcasting mainly in Bahasa Malaysia and aimed primarily to viewers aged 10-40 and to deliver 700 hours of live, local sport a year with an extra 2000 hours replays to allow more people to watch local sport. There would also be an average of 56 hours a week of Malaysians playing sport at international levels. He said that subject to contract

negotiations, in the next 18 months, Astro Arena would be showing young Malaysians competing in the SEA Games, the Commonwealth and Asian Games and the Youth Olympics in Singapore. He stated that OCM and Astro have signed the MOU prior to entering into a Strategic Alliance as the backbone to the Channel's success. Astro wished to cover as many major regional, national and state level events as was possible. Astro obviously could not cover everything but if the National Sports Associations (NSAs) were to schedule more than one match or tournament at the same time, some could be recorded for delayed telecast. Mr. Bob Kemp stated that Astro would support the NSAs' existing naming right and ground sponsors by offering them attractive on-air packages as a first option to be involved in the Channel. Astro Arena would be looking for several `foundation sponsors' to help launch the Channel. Before Astro committed to any broadcast Astro would sign a Licensing Agreement with the NSAs that would include an offer to assist with any International exploitation of the NSAs' events for mutual benefits. Other events would be covered as news items and some as extended highlights in Astro's magazine support programming but only if Astro knew about the events. Mr. Bob Kemp stressed that sports events Calendar would be imperative to the success of the Channel. This was where NSAs' help was required to keep OCM continually updated on the NSAs' events and timetable. Astro would be looking for results, news and feedbacks. A local sports channel is nothing without content and the NSAs have to provide all the content. Mr. Bob Kemp concluded his talk by saying that Astro Arena would support the NSAs if the NSAs were to support Astro Arena, so as to jointly celebrate Malaysian sport to make the Malaysian team the viewers `home team'. YAM Tunku Tan Sri Imran ibni Almarhum Tuanku Ja'afar, thanked Mr. Bob Kemp for his briefing and appealed to the NSAs to make use of the opportunities of Astro Arena, to promote and develop their sports and at the same time increase the revenue potential of their sports. He stressed the importance of early planning and preparation of their events calendar so as to allow Astro Arena sufficient time to plan their life-broadcast programme. He stated that Astro Arena would benefit the efficient and hardworking NSAs more, and it was therefore important for all NSAs to become more efficient and plan and organise more exciting and attractive competitions. 6.5 Asia Sports 2009 OCM and Wharf House Pte. Ltd., jointly organized Asia Sports 2009 from 23rd to 25th November 2009, at Berjaya Times Square Convention Centre, Kuala Lumpur. Asia Sports 2009 started off in the morning of 23rd November, with a Golf Day, under the theme of `A Pro for a Day', for the speakers and delegates, at the Saujana Golf and Country Club, Subang. The Official Welcome Dinner, hosted by Tourism Malaysia, was held in the evening. The highlights of the Conference were the special presentation of YB. Dato' Seri Mohamed Nazri bin Abdul Aziz, Law Minister of Malaysia, read by the Deputy Minister of Law, YB. Datuk Liew Vui Keong, and the Keynote Address by YAM Tunku Tan Sri Imran ibni Almarhum Tuanku Ja'afar. 6.6 17th OCM Annual Dinner 2009. The 17th OCM Annual Dinner was successfully organized on 16th January 2010 at the OCM Indoor Sports Arena. Around 600 sports people, representing National Sports Associations affiliated to OCM, sponsors, athletes, officials and media representatives attended the Dinner. The Guest of Honour was YAB Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin, the Deputy Prime Minister of Malaysia. Other VIPs from the Government were YB Dato' Razali Ibrahim and YB Dato' Wee Jeck Seng, the two Deputy Ministers of Youth and Sports Malaysia, YBhg. Dato' Zolkples Embong, Director General, National Sports Council and YBhg. Dato' Dr. Ramlan Abd. Aziz, Director General, National Sports Institute. The Coca-Cola Company was represented by Mr. Antonio V. Del Rosario Jr., and Mr. Khalid Alvi, the General Manager, and the Commercial Operations Manager, Malaysia-Singapore-Brunei Region, respectively. A surprise guest was Mr. Alain Robert, the `Human Spiderman' from France, who has climbed bare-handed almost all the tallest buildings in the world, including Malaysia's Petronas Twin Tower. 6.7 OCM ­ Coca-Cola Olympians of the Year Awards 2009 The OCM ­ Coca-Cola Olympians of the Year Awards 2009, were presented at the 17th OCM Annual Dinner on 16th January 2010 at OCM Indoor Sports Arena, Wisma OCM, Kuala Lumpur. In accordance with existing selection criteria, the selection of Olympians of the Year 2009 was based on the performance at the 25th SEA Games 2009. The following were selected:· Male Olympian of the Year 2009 ­ Daniel Bego, who won 5 gold medals in swimming in Vientiane and broke 4 SEA Games records. He was awarded the Most Outstanding Athlete of the 25th SEA Games.

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Female Olympian of the year 2009 ­The Women's Badminton Team, that won the Women's Team event after 34 years.

YAB Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin, the Deputy Prime Minister of Malaysia presented the awards comprising a medallion and a cash prize of RM10,000/= to the winners at the 17th OCM Annual Dinner on 16th January 2010. 6.8 10th OCM Annual Conference 2010 The 10th OCM Annual Conference was successfully organized on 23rd January 2010, at Wisma OCM, with 125 participants. The theme of the Conference was ­ "From `good' to `great' ­ taking OCM to new heights". The objective of the Conference was to receive inputs from affiliates of OCM, and other stake-holders to assist OCM to formulate a strategic Plan for the OCM for the five year period 2011 to 2016. The President of OCM, YAM Tunku Tan Sri Imran ibni Almarhum Tuanku Ja'afar, presented the Keynote Address. YBhg. Datuk Dr. M. Jegathesan, Deputy President of OCM, then briefed the Conference on the process of preparing the Strategic Plan, followed by a paper presented of OCM by Dato' Sieh Kok Chi, Honorary Secretary of OCM. The first Panel Session, was the Situational Analysis of OCM's achievements, strengths and weakness, with YBhg. Prof. Dato' Dr. Zakaria Ahmad as the moderator. The panelists were Ms. Hajah Norminshah Sabirin, Mr. Khawari Md. Isa and Mr. Wan Yew Leong. The second Panel Session was "Where do we want to go and how to get there?" with Y.Bhg. Dato' Roy Rajasingham the moderator. The panelists were Y.Bhg. Dato' Peter Velappan, Encik C. Sivanandan and Encik Ramble Rice Oxley. After each of the two panel sessions, the floor was opened to the participants to present their views. A total of 20 speakers took the opportunity to speak, which was a good response. Each speaker was given 5 minutes to speak and overall there were only a couple of time over-run. If it was not due to time constraint, more participants would have presented their views. The final session was moderated by YAM Tunku Tan Sri Imran ibni Almarhum Tuanku Ja'afar. YBhg. Dato' Nik Mahmud Nik Yusof, Sports Commissioner, Encik Suhardi Alias, representing the Director General of National Sports Council and YBhg. Dato' Dr. Ramlan Abd. Aziz, Director General of National Institute of Sports, presented the views on the theme of the Conference. YAM Tunku Tan Sri Imran ibni Almarhum Tuanku Ja'afar concluded the Conference by presenting the main points raised at the Conference stating that the views and the presentations would be prepared by the rapporteurs and forwarded to the Strategic Panning Committee, under YBhg. Datuk Dr. M. Jegathesan to prepare the OCM 5-year Strategic Plan 2011 to 2016. The findings of the OCM Conference were divided into five sections headed by the following:. · NSAs and the OCM ­ Ms Low Beng Choo · Government Relations ­ Y.Bhg. Prof. Dato' Dr. Zakaria Ahmad. · Branding /Image /Profile ­ Y.Bhg. Prof. Dato' Ar. W.Y. Chin · Governance ­ Y.Bhg. Dato' A Sani Karim. · Finance of OCM ­ Y.Bhg. Dato Seri Kee Yong Wee. 6.9 OCM Sports Goodwill Ambassadors (SGA) The 5th OCM - Sports Goodwill Ambassadors Annual Get-Together was successfully organized on Saturday, 6th February 2010, at Wisma OCM, Kuala Lumpur. Y.Bhg. Prof. Emeritus Datuk Dr. Alex Delilkan gave a talk on "Sports and Education". He spoke about issues related to combining sports and education as careers for life. 6.10 50th Anniversary Celebration of Establishment of Diplomatic Relations between Malaysia and Republic of Korea ­ Taekwondo Demonstration by the Korea National Taekwondo Demonstration Team. OCM and the Korean Taekwondo Association in Malaysia (KTAM) jointly organized a Taekwondo demonstration 11th May 2010, from 8.00 p.m. to 9.45 p.m. by 14 Taekwondo athletes from the Korea National Taekwondo Demonstration Team. The Taekwondo demonstration in Kuala Lumpur was part of the 50th Anniversary Celebration of Establishment of Diplomatic Relations between Malaysia and Republic of Korea.

The main attraction of the evening, the Demonstration by the 14 members Korea National Taekwondo Demonstration Team was held with a total of 22 items. The 700 over spectators were held in awe by the fantastic display of agility, strength, speed and techniques displayed by the Korean Taekwondo athletes. The Korean Taekwondo athletes routinely broke pieces of pine board held at various heights ranging from the knee to 3 m., with front, back, side, turnaround, turning hook kicks, etc., by taking a couple of steps to running, leaping and jumping from the floor and from the backs, arms and bodies of their colleagues. All in all it was a awesome display of one of the best, if not the best, Taekwondo Demonstration in Kuala Lumpur. The highlight of the evening was the display by the Head of the Team, Grand Master Lee Choon Woo, who with one punch, broke a 12" thick pile of ceramics tiles. 7. 7.1 ACTIVITIES OF THE INTERNATIONAL OLYMPIC COMMITTEE 13th Olympic Congress The 13th Olympic Congress was held from 3rd to 5th October 2009, in Copenhagen, Demark. The Olympic Congress is an important forum for the Olympic Family to discuss the future of the Olympic Movement. It is held at intervals decided by the IOC, which is normally more than 12 years. The last Congress was held in 1994 in Paris. OCM was represented by YAM Tunku Tan Sri Imran ibni Almarhum Tuanku Ja'afar, who attended in his capacity as an IOC Member, Ms. Low Beng Choo, as the Secretary General of the International Softball Federation and Dato' Sieh Kok Chi as the Hon. Secretary of OCM. The Opening Ceremony of the 13th Olympic Congress was on 3rd October, with Dr. Jacques Rogge, the President of the IOC, making the welcome address. The Lord Major of Copenhagen, Ms. Ritt Bjerregaard then delivered her welcome speech, followed by the Crown Prince of Denmark and the Hon. Minister of Culture Denmark, Ms. Carina Christensen. Dr. Jacques Rogge then delivered the Keynote Address, followed by the Keynote Address of Mr. Ban Ki-Moon, the UN Secretary. The main theme of the 13th Olympic Congress is "The Olympic Movement in Society", with the following themes · Theme 1: The Athletes · Theme 2: Olympic Games · Theme 3: The Structure of the Olympic Movement · Theme 4: Olympism and Youth · Theme 5: The Digital Revolution. 7.2 2009 IOC Trophy "Sport and the Fight against Doping" The 2009 IOC Trophy `Sport and the Fight against Doping' was awarded to YBhg. Datuk Dr. M. Jegathesan Deputy President of OCM and a member of the IOC Medical Commission, the Chairman of the Medical Committee of the Olympic Council of Asia, and the Honorary Medical Adviser of the Commonwealth Games Federation. He received the Trophy from YAM Tunku Tan Sri Imran ibni Almarhum Tuanku Ja'afar, the President of OCM and IOC Member, at the 17th OCM Annual Dinner on 16th January 2010. 7.3 IOC Women and Sport Awards 2010 The IOC Women and Sport Awards are awarded annually to promote the advancement of women in sport. Puan Zaiton Othman winner of the 2009 OCM's Women and Sport Award, was nominated for the 2010 Women and Sport Award of the IOC. 7.4 2009 McDonald's Olympic Day Run The 2009 McDonald's Olympic Day Run was successfully organized at Dataran Merdeka (Independent Square) of Kuala Lumpur on 12th July 2009 from 7.30 a.m. This was the third occasion the Run was held in Kuala Lumpur, having been held once each in Johor Bahru (2005), Kuantan (2006) and Penang (2007). Over 4,500 runners participated in perfect weather for running, under ten categories. The Run was flagged off by YB. Dato' M. Savaranan, Deputy Minister of Federal Territory, ably supported by Ms. Sarah Cassanova, Managing Director of McDonalds Malaysia and YBhg. Datuk Dr. M. Jegathesan, Deputy President of OCM. 7.5 International Olympic Academy ­ Olympia

The best Malaysian male and female participants of the 2009 NOA Session, Mr. Prem Kumar Subbanna from the Malaysia Karate Federation and Ms. Thoh Chai Ling from the Malaysia Basketball Association, attended the 49th International Session for Young Participants of the International Olympic Academy to be held at Olympia, Greece, from 10th to 24th June 2009. The best Malaysian male and female participants of the 2010 NOA Session, Mr. Kelvin Choo of DanceSport, and Ms. Vivienne Voon of Taekwondo will represent the Olympic Council of Malaysia at the 50th IOA Session in Olympia, Greece, from 16th to 30th June 2010. Dr. Tan Siew Eng, Director of the National Olympic Academy (NOA) attended the 10th International Joint Session for Presidents/Directors of National Olympic Academies and Officials of National Olympic Committees at Olympia, Greece from 12th to 19th May 2010. 7.6 Bid to Host the 125th IOC Session in Kuala Lumpur in 2013 OCM decided to bid to host the 125th IOC Session in Kuala Lumpur in 2013. The Kuala Lumpur City was short-listed as one of two candidate cities to host the 125th IOC Session in 2013. The Evaluation Commission of the IOC visited Kuala Lumpur on 19th and 20th November 2009. The IOC Evaluation Commission was led by its Chairman, Mr. Ng Ser Miang (IOC Vice President). Other members of the Commission were Mr. Willi Kaltschmitt (IOC Member), Mr. Thierry Springer (Director of Finance and Administration of the IOC) and Mr. Paul J. Foster (Head of Protocol, Events and Hospitality Services of the IOC). Overall the inspection was a success. The IOC Evaluation Committee obtained a good impression of the very high standard and modern facilities available in Kuala Lumpur. The selection of the Host City was on 10th February 2010 at the Westin Hotel, Vancouver. Buenos Aires won the right to host the 125th IOC Session in 2013 over Kuala Lumpur, by 58 votes to 31 votes. 91 IOC Members, were present at the 122nd IOC Session. Of the 91 IOC Members present, one was not at the session, while another member did not cast his/her vote. 7.7 1st Youth Olympic Games (YOG) 2010 Mr. Alex Lim Keng Liat, Chef de Mission of the 1st Youth Olympic Games, attended the Chefs de Mission's Seminar of YOG in Singapore from 22nd to 24th March 2010. A total of 13 athletes have qualified to participate in YOG in the following · Athletics - 3 male athletes, one each in High Jump, Pole Vault and 110 m Hurdles. · Badminton - 1 male athlete and 1 female athlete. · Diving ­ 1 male athlete and 1 female athlete. · Rhythmic Gymnastics - 1 female athlete. · Sailing - 1 male and 1 female athlete. · Swimming - 1 male and 1 female athlete. · Weightlifting - 1 female athlete in 58 Kg. Category. 8. 8.1 ACTIVITIES OF THE OLYMPIC COUNCIL OF ASIA OCA Sports Committee Meeting 2009 The OCA Sports Committee meeting was held at the Swissotel, Singapore on 29th June 2009, Singapore. Dato' Sieh Kok Chi, who attended the meeting as a member of the Committee. 8.2 28th OCA General Assembly 2009 The 28th OCA General Assembly was held at the Swissotel, Singapore on 3st July 2009. Ms. Low Beng Choo, Vice President of OCM and Dato' Sieh Kok Chi, Hon. Secretary of OCM, attended the 28th OCA General Assembly. The following main matters were approved by the General Assembly:· After the 17th Asian Games 2014 in Incheon, the 18th Asian Games will be held in 2019, the odd year preceding the 2020 Olympic Games. · The Asian Games shall have a maximum of 35 sports, with 28 sports which are in the Olympic Games programme and another 7 sports to be selected from 10 sports, which are not in the Olympic Games programme.

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The 38 sports will not feature in other Asian Games, such as the Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games and the Beach Games, although the disciplines and events of the 38 sports are included in the list of sports for the above two Games. · Merge the Asian Indoor Games with the Asian Martial Arts Games to be named as the Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games. · The calendar of Asian Games under OCA from 2011 to 2020 was as follows: 2011 ­ Asian Winter Games in Astana-Almarty, Kazakhstan 2012 ­ 3rd Asian Beach Games in Haiyang, China. 2013 ­ 2nd Asian Youth Games in Incheon, Korea and Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games in Doha, Qatar. 2014 ­ 17th Asian Games in Incheon, Korea. 2015 ­ Host of 4th Asian Beach Games not yet decided. 2016 ­ Host of Asian Indoor & Martial Arts Games not yet decided. 2017 ­ Host of Asian Winter Games and Host of Asian Youth Games not yet decided. 2018 ­ Host of Asian Beach Games not yet decided. 2019 ­ Host of Asian Games not yet decided. 2020 ­ Host of Asian Indoor & Martial Arts not yet decided. 8.3 Chef de Mission Seminar of 2011 Asian Winter Games YBhg. Dato' Lee Hwa Beng, President of the Malaysian Ice Hockey Federation, is the Chef de Mission, with Y Bhg. Datin Laila Abdullah, President of the Ice Skating Association of Malaysia, is the Deputy Chef de Mission, in charge of Figure Skating. YBhg. Dato' Lee Hwa Beng, attended the Chefs de Mission Seminar of 2011 Asian Winter Games in Almaty on 30th and 31st March 2010.

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Guangzhou 16th Asian Games 2010 YBhg. Dato' Zolkples Embong, Director General of the National Sports Council Malaysia, is the Chef de Mission of the Malaysian Contingent to the Guangzhou 16th Asian Games from 12th to 27th November 2010. The Deputy Chef de Mission is YBhg. Dato' Musa Omar of the National Shooting Association of Malaysia. The Chefs de Mission Seminar of the 16th Asian Games was held in Guangzhou from 11th to 13th November 2009. YBhg. Dato' Musa Omar, the Deputy CDM, Mr. Arrifin Mohd. Ghani of MSN and Mr. Fong Wan Hor of OCM, attended the Seminar. OCM has submitted preliminary entry forms by number of 34 sports with 288 male and 179 female athletes, making a total of 467 athletes. The number of team officials allotted, based on 467 athletes is 118, including the Chef de Mission. The total preliminary number of athletes and officials is 585. The sports for which preliminary entries have been submitted are: Athletics, Aquatics. Archery, Badminton, Billiard sports, Tenpin Bowling, Boxing, Chess, Cricket, Cycling, Dancesport, Equestrian, Fencing, Kabaddi, Karate, Football, Golf, Hockey, Gymnastics, Rugby, Sailing, Sepaktakraw, Shooting, Squash, Table Tennis, Taekwondo, Tennis, Triathlon, Volleyball, Weightlifting, Wushu, Weigi, Dragon Boat, Xianqgi.

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Guangzhou 2010 Asian Games Youth Camp Ms. Lim Ann Er (16 years) from Table Tennis Association Malaysia and Mr. Samuel Chan Lup Zing (18 years) from Squash Racquets Association of Malaysia will represent OCM at the Guangzhou Asian Games Youth Camp to be held from 10th to 21st November 2010

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Muscat 2nd Asian Beach Games 2010 OCM has submitted preliminary entry forms by number of the Muscat 2nd Asian Beach Games 2010 for 7 sports with 23 males and 17 female athletes and 25 team officials, making a total preliminary number of 65 athletes and officials. YBhg. Dato' James Selvaraj, former National Badminton and Thomas Cup player was appointed the Chef de Mission.

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ACTIVITIES OF THE COMMONWEALTH GAMES FEDERATION 2009 General Assembly of Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF)

YBhg. Dato' Roy Rajasingham and Ms. Low Beng Choo, Vice Presidents of OCM attended the 2009 General Assembly of the Commonwealth Games Federation held in Delhi, India from 10th to 12th October 2009 at Delhi. YAM Tunku Tan Sri Imran ibni Almarhum Tuanku Ja'afar and YBhg. Datuk Dr. M. Jegathesan attended the General Assembly as the Vice President and Honorary Medical Advisor of the CGF respectively. 9.2 Chefs de Mission Seminar for the Delhi XIX Commonwealth Games 2010 The Chefs de Mission Seminar for the Delhi XIX Commonwealth Games 2010 was held in Delhi from 8th to 12th March 2010. The Malaysian delegates at the Seminar were the Chef de Mission, YBhg. Tan Sri Dato' Abdul Halil bin Mutalib, President, National Archery Association of Malaysia, the Malaysian Contingent General Manager, Mr. Jefri Ngadirin, from MSN and Mr. Norhashimi Hussain from OCM. The seminar comprised a CDM Workshop designed to assist all CDMs with their Games Team planning. The Workshop session was designed to benefit the more experienced to first time CDMs, covering topics such as travel grant, sports, accreditation, anti- doping, etc. In addition, 5 Workshop sessions for the secretariat members of the Contingent were held on the following: Accreditation & Entries, Transport, Games Village, Catering and Food Services, Meetings, CGA Team Support and Protocol and an Anti-Doping Seminar. 9.3 Delhi XIX Commonwealth Games 2010 YBhg. Tan Sri Dato' Abdul Halil bin Mutalib, President of the National Archery Association of Malaysia, is the Chef de Mission of the Malaysian Contingent to the Delhi XIX Commonwealth Games 2010. OCM has submitted preliminary entry forms by number of 15 sports with 133 male and 105 female athletes, making a total of 238 athletes. The number of team officials allotted, based on 148 athletes is 117 including the Chef de Mission. The total preliminary number of athletes and officials is 355. The sports for which OCM has submitted entry forms are Athletics, Aquatics, Archery, Badminton, Boxing, Cycling, Gymnastics, Hockey, Lawn Bowls, Rugby 7's, Shooting, Squash, Table Tennis, Tennis and Weightlifting. 9.4 Employment opportunities with the CWG Delhi 2010 The Organising Committee Commonwealth Games (CWG) Delhi 2010 had recruited 5 Malaysians to work with the Organising Committee of CWG Delhi 2010. They are Mr. S. Vegiyathuman (FTAAA), Mr. Ramble Dallan Rice-Oxley (Malaysian Lawn Bowls Federation), Mr. Tony Mariadas, former Sports Editor of Malay Mail, Mr. Cyril Sen (Table Tennis Association of Malaysia) and Mr. Joshua Edgar, a volunteer. Their tenure of employment is from May to October 2010. 9.5 3rd Commonwealth Sports Development Conference 2010 Mr. Fong Wan Hor, Assistant General Manager of OCM represented OCM at the 3rd Commonwealth Sports Development Conference held at Glasgow, from 2nd to 4th June 2010. Ms. Low Beng Choo attended the Conference in her capacity as Vice-Chair of CABOS. 9.6 Delhi 2010 Commonwealth Games Queen's Baton Relay The Delhi 2010 Commonwealth Games Queen's Baton arrived in Malaysia, from Brunei Darussalam on 11th June 2010 and departed from Malaysia to Maldives on 14th June 2010. The Official Queen's Baton Relay was held in Melaka on 12th June 2010. The City of Melaka was selected because it is the oldest city in Malaysia and is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site, as well as the host of XIII SUKMA from 10th to 19th June 2010. Thus all the young athletes from the 14 states in Malaysia present in Melaka on 12th June 2010 had the opportunity to witness the 2010 Queen's Baton Relay. Each of the 14 state contingents participated in the Queen's Baton Relay, with other runners selected by the Organising Committee of the Melaka Queen's Baton Relay. The VIPs who officiated the Relay were the Right Honourable Chief Minister of Melaka, the High Commissioner of India and Ms. Low Beng Choo, Vice President of OCM. They also participated in the Baton Relay through the City of Melaka. The Local Sponsor of the Official Queen's Baton Relay was 100Plus. 9.7 Creating a sustainable legacy of the Commonwealth Games 2010 Environment Programme The Organising Committee, Commonwealth Games 2010 (OC- CWG) is committed towards establishing the first ever Green Commonwealth Games with a Green vision of "Striving towards reducing the carbon footprint becoming the benchmark for all multi-disciplinary games in the future." To deliver upon the above commitment, the OC-CWG carried out a simultaneous tree planting exercise on 12th June 2010, in the cities of Kuala Lumpur at 6.00 p.m., London at 11.00 a.m. and New Delhi at 3.30 p.m.. The objective to conduct the

exercise simultaneously at all three cities is to establish the first of a kind, `Green Link'. In London, the plantation is within the Commonwealth Headquarters, i.e. Marlborough House and in Kuala Lumpur in front of Wisma OCM. YBhg. Prof. Dato Ar. W. Y. Chin, Vice President of OCM, planted the tree on behalf of the Olympic Council of Malaysia. 9.8 The Delhi 2010 Commonwealth Games Queen's Baton Relay Fun Run The Delhi 2010 Commonwealth Games Queen's Baton Relay Fun Run, over 5 km., was held at Dataran Merdeka on 13th June 2010 at 7.30 am, with over 200 participants. The objective of the Fun Run was to publicise and support the XIX Commonwealth Games Delhi 2010. The Local Sponsors of the Fun Run were 100Plus, Bata, Milo and Sports Toto. 10. 10.1 ACTIVITIES OF THE SEA GAMES FEDERATION SEA Games Federation Meetings 2009 (SEAGF) The SEA Games Federation held its meetings from 6th to 8th December 2009, at the Don Chan Palace Hotel, Vientiane, Laos. The following attended the meetings: · YBhg. Dato' Dr. S.S. Cheema and YBhg. Datuk Dr. M. Jegathesam attended the Meetings of the Medical Committee and the Anti Doping Disciplinary Ad Hoc Committee for the 25th SEA Games held in Vientiane on 6th December 2009. · YBhg. Prof. Dato' Ar. W.Y Chin attended the Sports and Rules Committee meeting on 6th December 2009, the Executive Committee meeting on 7th December 2009 and the SEA Games Federation Council meeting on 8th December 2009. · YAM Tunku Tan Sri Imran Ibni Almarhum Tuanku Ja'afar, Dato' Sieh Kok Chi, YBhg. Datuk Dr. M. Jegathesan, YBhg. Prof. Dato' Ar. W.Y Chin and Ms. Low Beng Choo attended the SEA Games Federation Council meeting on 8th December 2009. The Executive Committee and the Council noted the following: · The recommendation of the Sports and Rules Committee to permit the 25th SEA Games Organising Committee to award gold, silver and bronze medals in events where there are only 3 competitors. The existing SEA Games Rule states that for competitions with 3 competitors, only the gold and silver medals will be awarded. · The sports programme proposed for the 26th SEA Games, by the Indonesian National Olympic Committee, Host of the 26th SEA Games in 2011. · Singapore not hosting the 27th SEA Games in 2013, due to the proposed `Sports Hub' not being ready by 2013. SEA Games Federation Coordination Office The Coordination Office of the SEA Games Federation was declared open by HE Sheikh Ahmad Al-Fahad Al-Sabah, President of the Olympic Council of Asia (OCA) on 11th November 2009 at Bangkok, Thailand. In his speech, the OCA President congratulated the SEA Games Federation for the great progress and success achieved since its establishment in 1959, 50 years ago. He added that the SEA Games Federation and the SEA Games has and still producing many champion athletes and sports leaders. As a result of the success of the SEA Games, OCA has encouraged the other 4 regions in Asia to organise their own regional Games, along the lines of the SEA Games. Today, all the 4 regions have their own regional Games, which are the East Asian Games, South Asian Games, West Asian Games and Central Asian Games. Dato' Sieh Kok Chi, Honorary Secretary of OCM attended the Opening Ceremony. Cik Low Beng Choo was appointed a member of the Working Committee of the SEA Games Coordination Office. She attended meetings of the Working Committee in Bangkok on 8th April 2010 and 21st May 2010. 10.3 SEA Games Federation Meetings 2010 (SEAGF) The SEA Games Federation for the session 2010-2011, held its meetings on 29th and 30th May 2010, at Jakarta. The following attended the meetings: · Y.Bhg. Dato' Dr. S.S. Cheema attended the Meeting of the Medical Committee on 29th May 2010. · Cik Low Beng Choo attended the Sports and Rules Committee meeting on 29th May 2010, the Executive Committee meeting and the SEA Games Federation Council meeting on 30th May 2010 · Y.Bhg. Dato' A. Sani Karim and Y.Bhg. Prof. Dato' Dr. Zakaria Ahmad attended the Sports and Rules Committee meeting on 29th May 2010 and the SEA Games Federation Council meeting on 30th May 2010. The SEA Games Federation Council meeting on 30th May 2010 confirmed the following important matters:

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The NOC of Indonesia, the Host NOC of the 2011 SEA Games has proposed the Games to be in 4 cities, Jakarta, Bandung, Semarang and Palembang. The SEA Games Council has appealed to reduce the number of venues from 4 to 2. The Opening Ceremony will be on 11th November 2011. Approved Myanmar NOC to host the 27th SEA Games in 2013 at the new capital City Nay Pyi Taw. Confirmed the action taken on the athletes who failed the doping tests of the Korat 24th SEA Games 2009, as recommended by the SEA Games Medical Committee.

OLYMPIC SOLIDARITY PROGRAMMES Advanced Sport Management Course (ASMC) OCM continued with the organization of the Second Advanced Sport Management Course (ASMC) 2009, for NSAs affiliated to OCM. The third session was held from 20th to 23rd August 2009 and the 4th Session was held from 22nd to 25th October 2009. With the conclusion of the 4th Session the Second Advanced Sports Management Course 2009 was completed. 13 participants completed the Second Course. The first session of the 3rd ASMC 2010, was conducted from 25th to 28th February 2010 with 22 participants. The second session was held from 6th to 9th May 2010. Unfortunately, due to work and other commitments, 8 of the 22 participants had dropped out leaving only 14 to continue with the course. The third and fourth sessions will be held in August and October 2010. The ASMC courses were coordinated and conducted by the National Olympic Academy (NOA).

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The Training of Trainers Course (TROT) The TROT Course was coordinated by the NOA of Malaysia and was successfully conducted by experienced facilitators in Sports Management Training from 9th to the 11th October 2009. During the three full days of training which involved discussions, group work, role play and simulations, the participants acquired the knowledge and skills of training. The following areas were the focus of the learning activities: · Group dynamics. · Differences of Training /Teaching / Education; Androgogy /Pedagogy/ Heutagogy. · The Skills of Training & Trainers' Characteristics. · Training Methodology & Training Technology. · The Ethos & Curriculum of Basic Sport Administrators' Course (BSAC). · The Role and Responsibilities of the Facilitators. · The Pedagogy of Training. · Evaluation in Training. · Management of the BSAC. The ten trainees experienced an interesting journey towards becoming competent trainers. New knowledge and insights were acquired, mistaken certainties and misconceptions were corrected, new skills were eagerly tried out and existing skills were enhanced. These experiences heightened their interests, strengthened their commitments and increased their confidence in being facilitators for the Olympic Solidarity Basic Sport Administrators Course.

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Basic Sport Administrators Course 2010 The Basic Sport Administrators Course (BSAC) coordinated and conducted by the NOA of Malaysia and was successfully organized from 25th to 28th March 2010 at the Ulu Klang Recreation Club (UKRC). A total of 23 sports officials attended the Basic Course. Of the 23 participants, only 5 were from national and state sports associations. The general feedback from the participants was that the course was beneficial, interesting and informative and they pledged to practice what that have learnt.

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Olympic Scholarship for Coaches Mr. Thevaraj Kasivisvanathan, attended the International Coaching Course in Judo at Semmelweis University, under the Olympic Scholarships for Coaches from 16th September to 9th December 2009. Mr. Thevaraj represented Malaysia in Judo at the SEA Games and is national coach of the Malaysia Judo Federation.

Mr. Muhammad Marbawi attended a specific training course in Archery at the FITA Middle East Archery Centre (MEAC) in Cairo, Egypt from 23rd November to 20th December 2009. Mr. Muhammad Marbawi is a former national athlete having represented Malaysia at the SEA, Asian and Olympic Games. 11.5 Olympic Solidarity Technical Courses for Coaches 2009/2010 Technical Course for Coaches of Handball (Level 3) The Olympic Solidarity Technical Course for Coaches of Handball (Level 3), was successfully organized by the Malaysia Handball Federation (MHF) from 21st to 26th November 2009 in Wisma OCM. The Course was conducted by Mr. Effat Rashad, from Cairo, Egypt, an expert assigned by the International Handball Federation (IHF). He was assisted by local expert, Mr. Ng Num Thiam. 23 coaches comprising 3 women coaches attended the course. Technical Course for Coaches of Athletics (Level 2) The Olympic Solidarity Technical Course for Coaches of Athletics (Level 2), was successfully organized at Paroi Stadium, Seremban, from 18th to 31st December 2009. The Course was conducted by Mr. Ria Lumintuarso, (Director of IAAF RDC, Jakarta), an expert assigned by the International Association of Athletics Federations. He was assisted by local expert, Mr. Anbarasu Subramanian. 23 coaches including 7 women attended the course. Technical Course for Coaches of Judo (Level 2) The Olympic Solidarity Technical Course for Coaches for Judo (Level 2), with emphasis on Kata, was successfully organized by the Malaysia Judo Federation (MJF) from 4th to 8th April 2010 in Wisma OCM. MJF Advisor Dato' Eiro Sakamota, MJF Deputy President Ir. Walter Lee and MJF Ex-Officio Mr. Johnny Khoo formed the organizing committee. The Course was conducted by Mr. Koji Komata, an expert assigned by the International Judo Federation (IJF). He was assisted by local expert, Mr. Thevaraj Kasivisvanathan, who had attended the International Coaching Course at Semmelweis University, under the Olympic Scholarships for Coaches in 2009.There were a total of 21 coaches comprising of 15 males and 5 females attended the Course. All participants were very enthusiastic and shown great interest to enhance their coaching skill in Judo. Technical Course for Coaches of Women Artistic Gymnastics The Olympic Solidarity Coaches Course for Women Artistic Gymnastics was held from 4th to 9th May 2010. The expert was Mr. Pedro Roque from Portugal. All the participants stayed in the Olympic Sports Hotel but the theory and practical sessions were held in the Gymnasium at the National Sports Council, which is about 15km away. Local transportation was provided by the Olympic Council of Malaysia at no charge. 12 male and 10 female coaches successfully participated in the Course. Unfortunately on 5th May, Mr. Pedro Roque suffered a full thickness oblique tear of the myotendinous junction of the Achilles Tendon and had to returned on 7 May 2010 at 10.00 a.m. Fortunately, both the Olympic Solidarity and the International Gymnastics Federation permitted the course to continue with local experts. The Malaysian Gymnastics Federation (MGF) recommendation for Mr. Pavel Todorov, a Bulgarian coach attached with MGF and Mrs. Soo Seck Foong to continue with the course was approved. 12. 12.1 PARTICIPATION IN INTERNATIONAL GAMES 1st Asian Youth Games 2009 The 1st Asian Youth Games was successfully organised in Singapore, from 29th June to 7th July 2009. Due to travel restrictions as a result of the H1N1, Malaysia was restricted to participating in only 2 sports, Football and Sailing. The Football team unfortunately, did not qualify for the second round and so returned to Malaysia before the 1st Asian Youth Games started. The 2 sailing athletes, Muhamad Amirul Shafig Md. Jais and Khairunneeta Mohd Afendy, who were in Singapore for the pre-Games training, remained in Singapore to participate in the Byte CII Sailing events for boys and for girls under 14 years. Muhamad Amirul Shafig Md. Jais won a bronze medal in the Boys' Byte CII event, while Khairunneeta Mohd Afendy finished in 4th position in the Byte CII girls' event. The Chef de Mission was Puan Marina Chin, Head Mistress of Bukit Jalil Sports School. Unfortunately, due to the withdrawal of the Malaysian Contingent, she did not attend the Games.

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8th World Games 2009 at Kaohsiung, Malaysia participated in the World Games 2009 held in Kaohsiung from 16th to 26th July 2009, in the following sports, Tenpin Bowling, DanceSport, Karate, Squash and Wushu. Malaysia won medals in the following events: · Squash won a gold medal in the Women's Singles event through YBhg. Dato' Nicol Ann David, and a bronze medal in the Men's Singles event. · Tenpin Bowlers won 2 bronze medals. · Wushu athletes won two bronze medals.

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1st Asian Martial Arts Games 2009 The Malaysian Contingent comprising 7 men and 6 women competed in the 1st Asian Martial Arts Games in Bangkok from 1st to 9th August 2009. Malaysia participated in two sports, namely Pencak Silat and Karate, with 7 men and 6 women athletes, 7 men officials and 3 women officials. The Malaysian Contingent won 2 gold medals, 3 silver medals, and 2 bronze medals. The Chef de Mission was Encik Clement Soo, Secretary General of the Malaysia Karate Federation.

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3rd Asian Indoor Games 2009 The 3rd Asian Indoor Games was held in Vietnam from 30th October to 8th November 2009. Malaysia competed in 8 sports and managed to achieve its best ever results with 3 gold medals, 5 silver medals and 8 bronze medals, to finish in 15th out of 43 NOCs in the overall medal tally. The Chef de Mission was Encik N. Shanmugarajah, Hon. Secretary of the Malaysian Gymnastics Federation.

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25th SEA Games 2009 The 25th SEA Games was held in Vientiane, Laos PDR, from 9th to 18th December 2009. Malaysia competed in 21 out of the 25 sports in the programme, with a contingent comprising 197 male athletes, 151 female athletes, 154 male team officials and 28 female team officials. Y.Bhg. Dato' Dr. Ramlan Abd. Aziz, Director General, National Sports Institute was the Chef de Mission. The Contingent won 40 gold medals, 40 silver medals and 59 bronze medals to finish 4th in the overall medal tally. Outstanding performance was achieved by the Malaysian Men's Football team in winning the gold medal, after 20 years and the Women's Badminton Team in winning the Women's Team Event after 34 years. Daniel Bego was selected the Best Male Athlete of the 25th SEA Games, for winning five gold medals and one bronze medal. Boxers Muhamad Farkhan Hj. Mohd Haron (75Kg.) and Mohd Fairuz Azwan Abdullah, were also outstanding for winning gold medals in their respective categories, in a SEA Games held outside of Kuala Lumpur since the Bangkok 1967 SEA Games. The meeting of Chefs de Mission of all the Contingents participating in the 25th SEA Games was held in Vientiane from 23rd to 25th October 2009. Y.Bhg. Dato' Dr. Ramlan Abd. Aziz and Lt. Col. (R) A. J. Wong attended the meeting. Overall the organisation of the 25th SEA Games was outstanding, considering the fact that this was the first time the National Olympic Committee of Laos PDR, was organizing a SEA Games.

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SPORT FOR ALL PROGRAMME 2009 Study Tour Project for Leaders of Asian Youth Sports The Study Tour Project for Leaders of Asian Youth Sports in Japan is organized annually by the Japan Sports Association (JASA) with the objective of developing and propagating youth sports activities in Asia. Cik Nur Asmara Diana Thong Abdullah from the Table Tennis Association of Malaysia and Cik Chee Ee Laine from the Malaysia Ice Hockey Federation, attended the Study Tour Project for Leaders of Asian Youth Sports held in Japan, from 4th to 11th November 2009.

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OLYMPIC SPORTS HOTEL The renovations and upgrading of the front reception area and painting of the Olympic Sports Hotel were completed by the end of 2009. The upgrading and refurbishment of the 3 lifts of Wisma OCM, Phase I is in progress. The Olympic Council of Asia has very kindly provided a grant of US$100,000/= under the Olympiasia Programme.

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PARTICIPATION IN INTERNATIONAL EVENTS Seoul Asia ­ Oceania Olympian Congress 2009 Encik Ow Soon Kooi represented the Malaysian Olympians Association to attend the Seoul Asia ­ Oceania Olympian Congress 2009 which was held in Olympic Parktel, Seoul on 28th and 29th August 2009. Encik Ow participated in Field Hockey at the Montreal 1976 Olympic Games and the Los Angeles 1984 Olympic Games.

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International Forum - "For Better 2014 Incheon Asian Games" The Incheon Asian Games Organising Committee (IAGOC) organized an International Forum on the Theme "For Better 2014 Incheon Asian Games" on 26th September 2009 at the Sheraton Incheon Hotel, Korea. Dato' Sieh Kok Chi presented a paper on "Enhancing Value of 2014 Asian Games', which was followed by a panel discussion on his paper.

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2010 Dream Program The Dream Program is an annual winter sports program hosted in PyeongChang, Ganwon Provision, Korea, to provide experience for young future athletes from countries with no winter season. The Program is a commitment made to the IOC in 2004, in conjunction with PyeongChang bid to host the Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games. Up to the end of 2009, a total of 806 youths from 42 countries have attended the Program. The 2010 Dream Program was organized from 21st to 30th January 2010. The following three participants from Malaysia attended the Program. · Mr. Aizarudin Idrus (Coach) · Mr. Ryan Yee Zhi Jwen (Figure Skating athlete) · Mr. Nurul Badrul Arie Versluis (Ice Hockey athlete) · Mr. Lim Hong Cheong (Ice Hoceky athlete)

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The 'Asia Sports Coach Forum into the Future' The following three coaches attended the "Asia Sports Coach Forum into the Future", on 16th and 17th March 2010 at Tokyo, Japan. · Cik May Tan Seok Khoon from Amateur Swimming Union of Malaysia · Encik P. Thiagu from Malaysia Karate Federation · Cik Ngiu Sok Hua from Malaysian Gymnastics Federation. A total of 61 participants from 15 countries, including Japan, attended the Forum, which was fully funded by the organizers, and was given a 4 star rating by the participants.

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VISITORS TO OCM Flag Handing Ceremony to the Chef de Mission of Korea Sports Council in Malaysia to 2009 Korean National Games On 13th October 2009, YAM Tunku Tan Sri Imran Almarhum Tuanku Ja'afar, President of OCM, presented the Jalur Gemilang to the Chef de Mission of the Korean Team in Malaysia, which would participate in the Korean National Games in October 2009. The Korean Team in Malaysia participated in Men's Golf and Table Tennis. His Excellency Mr. Yang Bong-ryull, the Ambassador of the Republic of Korea in Malaysia, officials of the Korea Sports Council in Malaysia and the athletes, were also present at the Flag Handing Ceremony.

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Visit of Mr. Ricardo Probert, Chef de Mission of the Mexican Youth Olympic Games Team Mr. Ricardo Probert, Chef de Mission of the Mexican Youth Olympic Games Team, visited the Olympic Council of Malaysia (OCM) on 25th and 26th March 2010. The purpose of the visit was to arrange for the Mexican Youth Olympic Games athletes and officials to stay in Kuala Lumpur, from 5th to 10th August 2010, to get over their jet-lag and also to carry out some training, before flying off to Singapore.

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APPOINTMENTS

YBhg. Prof. Dato' Ar. W. Y. Chin is a member of the National Coaching Board from 1st January 2009 to 31st December 2010, and a member of the Sports Advisory Panel by the Hon. Minister of Youth and Sports Malaysia Ms. Low Beng Choo has been elected the Secretary General of the International Softball Federation for the session 2009/2012. She was reappointed a member of the IOC Women and Sport Commission for the session 2010/2011. She holds the Vice Chair of the Commonwealth Advisory Body on Sport (CABOS) and the Chairperson of the Technical Committee of SUKMA XIII, 2010. She is a member of the Management Committee of the National Sports Council, a member of the Sports Advisory Panel and a member of the National Sports Awards Committee. She is also a member of the SEA Games Coordination Office Working Group. 18. NATIONAL SPORTS ASSOCIATIONS At the Biennial General Meeting of the Petanque Federation of Malaysia held on 31st July 2009, YAB Datuk Seri Haji Mohd Ali bin Mohd Rustam was elected President and Mr. Encik Sha'ari Bin Samsudin was elected the Hon. Secretary. The Malaysian Tenpin Bowling Congress held its Annual General Meeting at Sunway Resort Hotel, Bandar Sunway on 27th September 2009. YBhg. Dato' Dr. P S Nathan was re-elected President unopposed for another three years term 2010-2012. Mr. Sidney Tung was re-appointed as Secretary General and YBhg. Tan Sri Mohammad Noor Bin Abdul Rahim was elected as the New Deputy President. Mr. George Heng was elected in the newly created Senior Vice President position, while 5 vice presidents: YBhg. Dato Badruddin Ahmad, Mr. Cheah Ban Cheng, Mr. Kenny Yap, Mr. Maradona Chok and Mr. Salim Muda were selected to represent 5 different zones. At the Annual General Meeting of the Malaysia Karate Federation held on 29th November 2009, the following principle Office Bearers were elected: President YAB Datuk Seri Haji Mohd Ali bin Mohd Rustam, Deputy President (1) YBhg. Datuk Hj. Noor Nordin bin Abdullah, Deputy President (2) YBhg. Dato' Wira Muhammad Sabtu bin Osman, Secretary General Mr. Clement Soo and Hon. Treasurer Mr. Teo Kok Seng. The Biennial General Meeting of the Malaysian Gymnastics Federation (MGF) was held on 19th December 2009 at the Olympic Sports Hotel. The following were re-elected: President YBhg. Prof. Dato' Dr. Zakaria Ahmad, Deputy President Tuan Haji A. Razak bin Mat Amin, Honorary Secretary Mr. N. Shanmugarajah, Honorary Treasurer Puan Hajah Azizah binti Juno, for the session 2009/2011. The Biennial General Meeting of the Malaysian National Silat Federation was held on 29th December 2009. YAB Datuk Seri Haji Mohd Ali bin Mohd Rustam was elected President and Tuan Haji Megat Zulkarnain Dato' Haji Omar Din was reelected the Secretary General. YBhg Dato' Tang See Hang, Mr. Chan Foong Keong and Mr. Han Kee Juan were re-elected President, Hon. Secretary and Hon. Treasurer respectively, and Ms. Christina Chee Shin Lian was elected the Hon. Assistant Secretary at the 2010 Annual General Meeting of the Table Tennis Association of Malaysia (TTAM) held on 17th April 2010, for the session 2010/2011. At the Annual General Meeting of the Softball Association of Malaysia held on 17th April 2010, the following principle Office Bearers were elected for the session 2010-2014: President ­ Ms. Low Beng Choo, Deputy President ­ Mr. See Kok Wooi, Hon. Secretary ­ Ms. Sally Lim Swee Gaik, Hon. Treasurer ­ Mr. Ngiow Woei Leong. At the Annual General Meeting of the Malaysian Basketball Association held on 23rd May 2010, the following principle Office Bearers were elected: President ­ Y.B. Dato Seri Tiong King Sing, Deputy President ­ Mr. Tan Kang Yong, JP, Secretary General ­ Mr. Sim Sin Heng, Assist. Sec. Gen. ­ Lt. Col. (R) Lim Chui Deng, Treasurer ­ Mr. Looi Seng Loong, Assist. Treasurer ­ Mr. Lim Wah Fatt. At the Annual General Meeting of the Malaysian Rugby Union held on 30th May 2010, the following principle Office Bearers were elected for the session 2010-2013: President ­ YBhg. Dato' Wira Amiruddin Embi, Deputy President ­ YBhg. Dato' Sharifuddin Abd. Ghani, Hon. Secretary General ­ Mr. Nabil bin Hj. Ahmad Marzuki. 19. SPORTS AWARDS FOR THE YEAR 2009 The National Sports Awards for Year 2009 was held on 25rd April 2010 at the Grand Ballroom, Mandarin Oriental, Kuala Lumpur. The Guest of Honour was SPB Yang di-Pertuan Agong, Tuanku Mizan Zainal Abidin. The following were the winners of the various awards presented during the night: · Sportsman of the Year ­Mr. Mohd Azizulhasni Awang (Track Cyclist. Won silver medal in the 200m Sprint event at the World Championship in Poland in March 2009 and the World Cup overall title in the Keirin event in 2009).

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Sportswoman of the Year ­ YBhg Dato' Nicol Ann David (World Women's Squash Champion 2009). Men's Team of the Year ­ National Football Team that won the gold medal at the 25th SEA Games 2009 held in Vientiane, Laos, after 20 years. Women's Team of the Year ­ Ms. Leong Mun Yee and Ms. Pandelela Rinong, won the 2009 Women' Team of the Year Award for winning the bronze medal in the 10m Platform Synchronized Diving event at the World Championship in Rome in 2009. Men's Coach of the Year ­ Mr. K. Rajagopal the National Football Coach for the success of the National Football Team at the 25th SEA Games, and Mr. Yoong Thong Foong, National Wushu Coach, for coaching the Wushu athletes. Women's Coach of the Year ­ No winner. Sports Leadership Award ­ the late Mr. Edmund Yong, who represented Malaysia in Golf, Skeet Shooting, Bronze medallist in the Team Skeet Shooting event at the 1974 Teheran Asian Games) and Tennis. Special Award ­ Dr. T. Ponniyah was presented with the Special Award for his efforts in raising the standard of Karate in Malaysia over the last 20 years or so. Sportsman of the Year for Paralympic Athletes ­ Archer Mohd Salam Sidik, Sportswoman of the Year for Paralympic Athletes ­ Lawn Bowler Norhayati Sanoh.

AWARDS/RECOGNITION OF SERVICE FOR INDIVIDUALS. On the occasion of the Official Birthday of Seri Paduka Baginda Yang di-Pertuan Agong Al-Wathiqu Billah Tuanku Mizan Zainal Abidin Ibni Al-Marhum Sultan Mahmud Al-Muktafi Billah Shah on 5th June 2010, the following were conferred awards in recognition for their services and contributions to the development of sports in Malaysia: · YBhg. Tan Sri Dr. M. Jegathesan, Deputy President of the Olympic Council of Malaysia ­ the Panglima Setia Mahkota (PSM), which carries the title `Tan Sri'. · Cik Moira Tan Siew See, Hon. Assistant Secretary of OCM ­ the Ahli Mangku Negara (AMN). · Encik Cheong Wing Kwang, Chief Development Officer of the Wushu Federation of Malaysia ­ the Ahli Mangku Negara (AMN). · Puan Zaiton binti Daud, Athletics Technical Official, Malaysia Amateur Athletic Union (MAAU) ­ the Ahli Mangku Negara (AMN). · Encik Roswadi bin Abdul Rashid, Vice President, Kuala Lumpur Weightlifting Association ­ the Ahli Mangku Negara (AMN). On the occasion of the Official Birthday 82nd Birthday of DYMM Paduka Seri Sultan Perak Sultan Azlan Shah on 19th April 2010, the following were conferred the Darjah Dato' Paduka Mahkota Perak (DPMP) Award, which carries the title Dato', in recognition for their services towards sports: · YBhg. Dato' Che Zolkples Embong ­ Director General of the National Sports Council Malaysia · YBhg. Dato' M. Karathu ­ former national Football player and national coach · YBhg. Dato' Asir Victor ­ former national athlete who participated in athletics in the Tokyo 1964 Olympic Games and was a member of the 4 x 400 m relay team which won the silver medal at the 1966 Asian Games in Bangkok. Former national road cycling champion and 1966 Asian Games Gold Medallist, Mr. Ng Joo Ngan was conferred the Darjah Panglima Mahkota Wilayah (PMW), which carries the title "Datuk", by the Deputy Yang di-Pertuan Agong Tuanku Abdul Halim Mu'adzam Shah on the occasion of Federal Territories Day on 1st February 2010. A number of officials from the National Sport Associations were also been awarded: · Mr. Francis Yong of Bodybuilding, the Ahli Mahkota Wilayah (AMW). · Mr. Vincent Ho of Bodybuilding, the Pingat Pangkuan Mahkota Wilayah (PPW). · Madam Vasantha Marial Anthony of Karate, the Ahli Mahkota Wilayah (AMW). · Ms. Yamini Gopalasamy of Karate, the Ahli Mahkota Wilayah (AMW). · Ms. Vathana Gopalasamy of Karate, the Pingat Pangkuan Mahkota Wilayah (PPW). · Ms. Komathi Subramaniam of Karate, the Pingat Pangkuan Mahkota Wilayah (PPW). · Ms. Winnie Chin of Wushu, the Pingat Pangkuan Mahkota Wilayah (PPW). YBhg. Datuk Balwant Singh Kler was conferred the Panglima Gamilang Darjah Kinabalu (PGDK) Award, which carries the title of `Datuk'. The Award was announced on the 24th October 2009. The Award was for the dedication and hard work, YBhg. Datuk Balwant Singh Kler has and still is contributing to the development of sports, culture and tourism in Sabah and Malaysia. He was an active official of the Malaysia Amateur Athletic Union a former Hon. Secretary of the Triathlon Association of Malaysia as well as an International Triathlon Technical Official.

YBhg. Dato' Abdullah Sani Karim, President of Asian Squash Federation and Squash Racquets Association of Malaysia as well as Vice President of the Olympic Council of Malaysia, on being conferred the Darjah Yang Mulia Pangkuan Negeri (DMPN), on the occasion of the 71st Birthday of Tuan Yang Terutama Tun Dato' Seri Utama (Dr.) Haji Abdul Rahman bin Haji Abbas, the Governor of the State of Pulau Pinang on 12th July 2009. The above award carries the title "Dato'". The following sports officials were conferred awards in conjunction with the 79th birthday of DYMM Sultan of Pahang Sultan Ahmad Shah on 24th October 2009. · YB Dato Seri Peter Chin Fah Kui, Minister of Energy, Green Technology and Water, and Patron of the Race Walkers Association of Malaysia, who was conferred the Sri Sultan Ahmad Shah Pahang (SSAP) that carries the title Dato' Seri. · YBhg. Dato' Seri Redzuan Tan Sri Sheikh Ahmad, Deputy President, Football Association of Malaysia (FAM), who was conferred the Sri Sultan Ahmad Shah Pahang (SSAP) that carries the title Dato' Seri. · YBhg. Datuk Azzuddin Ahmad, Secretary-General, Football Association of Malaysia (FAM), who are conferred the Darjah Sultan Ahmad Shah Pahang (DSAP) that carried the title Dato'. · YBhg. Dato' Abdul Malek Md Noor, Mr. Asia from 1985 to 1988 and 1990, 1991and SEA Games Silver Medalist in 1989 in Bodybuilding, who was conferred the Darjah Indera Mahkota Pahang (DIMP) that carries the title Dato'. Mr. Chua Hong Tam, was awarded the Sports Leadership Award of the Malaysian Schools Sports Council of the Ministry of Education Malaysia, on 30th October 2009. Mr. Chua retired from the Ministry of Education, on 7th March 2006, as the Director of the Sports Management Unit of the Sports and Physical Education Department of the Ministry of Education Malaysia. On his retirement, he joined the Olympic Council of Malaysia on 7th May 2006, as a volunteer officer. On the occasion of the Official Birthday of Seri Paduka Baginda Yang di-Pertuan Agong Al-Wathiqu Billah Tuanku Mizan Zainal Abidin Ibni Al-Marhum Sultan Mahmud Al-Muktafi Billah Shah on 6th June 2009, the following were conferred awards in recognition for their services and contributions to the development of sports in Malaysia: · YBhg. Tan Sri Ong Ka Ting, former President of the Malaysia Volleyball Association (1998 to 2002) was conferred the Panglima Mangku Negara (PMN), which carries the title `Tan Sri'. · YBhg. Tan Sri Dato' Ta Kin Yan, Group Chairman of Waz Lian Enterprise Sdn Bhd and Y.Bhg. Tan Sri Dato' Gurdial Singh Gill were conferred the Panglima Setia Mahkota (PSM), which carries the title "Tan Sri". · YBhg. Datuk Abdul Ghani Minhat, `Raja Bola' of Malaysia and former star National Football player, was conferred the Panglima Jasa Negara (PJN), which carries the title `Datuk'. · YBhg. Dato' Lee Chong Wai, Beijing 2008 Olympic Games Badminton Singles Silver Medalist, was conferred the Darjah Bakti (DB). 21. OBITUARIES OCM regrets to report the demise of the late Encik Sum Kwok Seng, who passed away peacefully on 30th May 2009, at the age of 84 years. He was a Council Members of the Federation of Malaya Olympic Council (FMOC), representing MAWF, from February 1957until 30th October 1959, when he was elected the Honorary Treasurer of FMOC. He was the Hon. Treasurer for one term until 30th October 1961. From 9th November 1974 until 4th December 1994, the late Mr. Sum Kwok Seng was the Hon. Assistant Treasurer of OCM. The late Mr. Sum Kwok Seng was the Chef de Mission of the Malaysian Contingent to the 9th British Commonwealth Games, held in Edinburg in 1970. He was the Team Manager of the Malaysian Weightlifting to the 1974 Asian Games in Teheran and the Coach of the Malaysian Weightlifting team of the 4th SEAP Games in Bangkok in 1967. The late Mr. Sum Kwok Seng was one of the founder members of the Southeast Asia Peninsular Games Federation in 1959. He and the late Mr. Thong Poh Nyen (Hon. Secretary) were the two representatives of FMOC, who attended the inaugural meeting of South East Asia Peninsular Games Federation in Bangkok on 25th and 26th June 1959. The OCM wishes to express its deepest condolence to the family of the late Mr. Alwi Ahmad, who passed away peacefully on 7th February 2010, at the age of 76 years. The late Mr. Alwi Ahmad was former national Cycling coach, who has nurtured numerous national cyclists including his famous son, Rosman Alwi since becoming a coach in 1977. The OCM wishes to express its deepest sympathies and condolences to the family of the late Tan Sri Mohamed bin Rahmat, former Minister of Information from 1978 to 1982 and 1987 to 1999, and Vice President of OCM from June 1978 to June 1982. The late Tan Sri Mohamed bin Rahmat passed away peacefully in the morning of 1st January 2010. He was 71.

The late Tan Sri Mohamed bin Rahmat was the Chef de Mission of the Malaysian Contingent of the Bangkok 1978 Asian Games, the Kuala Lumpur 1977 SEA Games, the Jakarta 1979 SEA Games and the Manila 1981 SEA Games. He also served as Malaysia's Ambassador to Indonesia from 1982 to 1987. The OCM wishes to extend its condolences to the family of the late Mr. Chok Lee Huat, who passed away peacefully in early October 2009 at the age of 83 years. The late Mr. Chok Lee Huat served as a member of the Executive Committee of the Selangor Shooting Association, as an international and technical official in pistol and rifle shooting events, and as an official of the National Shooting team to overseas shooting championships, for many years. It is with deep sadness that OCM received the notice of the death of HE Mr. Juan Antonio Samaranch (89 years), Honorary Life President of the IOC, on 21st April 2010. 22. APPRECIATIONS The President and Members of OCM wish to record their appreciation to: · The Government of Malaysia for its support and financial assistance. · YAB Dato' Sri Mohd Najib Tun Abdul Razak, Prime Minister of Malaysia. · YAB Tan Sri Muhyuddin Yassin, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Education Malaysia. · YB Dato' Ahmad Shabery Cheek, the Minister of Youth and Sports Malaysia. · The Ministry of Youth and Sports Malaysia. · The Ministry of Education Malaysia. · The Sports Advisory Panel Malaysia. · The National Sports Council Malaysia. · The National Sports Institute Malaysia. · The Sports Commissioner Malaysia. · The Honourable Mayor of Kuala Lumpur. · The City Hall of Kuala Lumpur. · The Royal Malaysia Police. · The International Olympic Committee and the Olympic Solidarity. · The Association of National Olympic Committees. · The Olympic Council of Asia. · The Commonwealth Games Federation. · The SEA Games Federation. · Sponsors and Corporate Partners of OCM. · Donors of OCM. · Hotel Sports Olympic, Kuala Lumpur. · The print and electronic media. · Members of the Council, the Executive Board and the Committees for their kind assistance and contributions. · All volunteers and staff of OCM. · All those who have in one-way or other assisted and supported OCM.

(Dato' Sieh Kok Chi) Honorary Secretary for and on behalf of the Executive Board and Council of Olympic Council of Malaysia.

15th June 2010

ANNEX I (A)

ATTENDANCE AT OCM COUNCIL MEETINGS FOR THE PERIOD 25TH JULY 2009 ­ 24TH APRIL 2010

NO. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18.

NAME YAM Tunku Tan Sri Imran Ibni Almarhum Tuanku Ja'afar YBhg. Datuk Dr. M. Jegathesan YBhg. Prof. Dato' Ar. W. Y. Chin Cik. Low Beng Choo YBhg. Prof. Dato' Dr. Zakaria Ahmad YBhg. Dato' Roy Rajasingham Y.Bhg. Dato' A. Sani Karim YBhg. Dato' Sieh Kok Chi Cik Moira Tan Siew See Encik Ramlay Ibrahim YBhg. Dato' Seri Kee Yong Wee Encik Rosmanizam Abdullah Rep. Ministry of Youth & Sports Rep. National Sports Council Rep. National Sports Institute Rep. Sports, Arts & Co-Curriculum Division Rep. Athletes Commission National Olympic Academy

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ANNEX I (B) ATTENDANCE AT OCM COUNCIL MEETINGS FOR THE PERIOD 25 TH JULY 2009 ­ 24 TH APRIL 2010 NO. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. SPORT Aikido Archery Athletics Badminton Baseball Basketball Body Building Boxing Canoeing Chess Cricket Cycling Dance Sport Dragon & Lion Dances Equestrian Extreme Sports Fencing Football Golf (Men) Golf (Ladies) Gymnastics Handball Hockey Ice Hockey Ice Skating Judo Kabaddi Karate Lawn Bowls Lawn Tennis Mountaineering Netball Petanque Polo Rugby Rowing Sepaktakraw Shooting Silambam Silat Snooker & Billiards Softball Squash Swimming Table Tennis Tenpin Bowling Volleyball Water Ski Weightlifting Woodball Wushu Yachting 25.07.09 P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P 24.10.09 P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P 06.02.10 P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P 24.04.10 P A P P P P P P P P P P A P P P P A P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P -

P ­ Present A ­ Absent With Apology

COMMITTEE OF OCM 2009-2011 EXECUTIVE BOARD 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17 18. 19. YAM TUNKU TAN SRI IMRAN IBNI ALMARHUM TUANKU JA'AFAR YBHG. DATUK DR.M. JEGATHESAN YBHG. PROF. DATO' AR. W.Y. CHIN CIK LOW BENG CHOO YBHG. PROF. DATO' DR. ZAKARIA AHMAD YBHG. PROF. DATO' ROY RAJASINGHAM YBHG. DATO' A. SANI KARIM YBHG. DATO' SIEH KOK CHI YBHG. DATO' SERI KEE YONG WEE CIK MOIRA TAN SIEW SEE ENCIK RAMLAY IBRAHIM ENCIK ROSMANIZAM ABDULLAH REP. MINISTRY OF YOUTH AND SPORTS REP. NATIONAL SPORTS COUNCIL REP. NATIONAL SPORTS INSTITUTE REP. SPORTS, ARTS & CO-CURRICULUM DIVISION REP. ATHLETES COMMISSION DR. TAN SIEW ENG YBHG. DATUK SETIA RAJA, TAN SRI DATUK SERI, HAMZAH HAJI ABU SAMAH SELECTION 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. YAM TUNKU TAN SRI IMRAN IBNI ALMARHUM TUANKU JA'AFAR YBHG. DATUK DR.M. JEGATHESAN YBHG. PROF. DATO' AR. W.Y. CHIN CIK LOW BENG CHOO YBHG. PROF. DATO' DR. ZAKARIA AHMAD YBHG. PROF. DATO' ROY RAJASINGHAM YBHG. DATO' A. SANI KARIM YBHG. DATO' SIEH KOK CHI YBHG. DATO' SERI KEE YONG WEE CIK MOIRA TAN SIEW SEE ENCIK RAMLAY IBRAHIM ENCIK ROSMANIZAM ABDULLAH REP. MINISTRY OF YOUTH AND SPORTS REP. NATIONAL SPORTS COUNCIL REP. NATIONAL SPORTS INSTITUTE REP. SPORTS, ARTS & CO-CURRICULUM REP. ATHLETES COMMISSION DR. TAN SIEW ENG YBHG. DATUK SETIA RAJA, TAN SRI DATUK SERI HAMZAH HAJI ABU SAMAH - CHAIRMAN - DEPUTY CHAIRMAN - CHAIRMAN - DEPUTY CHAIRMAN - MEMBER - MEMBER - MEMBER - MEMBER - MEMBER - SECRETARY - MEMBER - MEMBER - MEMBER - MEMBER - MEMBER - MEMBER - MEMBER - MEMBER - MEMBER - MEMBER - HON.LIFE PRESIDENT

- SECRETARY

- HON.LIFE PRESIDENT

MANAGEMENT & LEGAL ADVISORY (Mediation/Arbitration/General Advisory) MANAGEMENT 1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. YBHG. DATO' ROY RAJASINGHAM YBHG. DATO' SIEH KOK CHI ENCIK RAMLAY IBRAHIM ENCIK ROSMANIZAM ABDULLAH YBHG. DATIN ISHARIDAH ISHAK ENCIK S. JAHENDRAN ENCIK S. MUHENDRAN ENCIK THAVALINGAM THAVARAJAH ENCIK FONG WAN HOR CIK MOIRA TAN SIEW SEE - CHAIRMAN

- SECRETARY

MEDIATION 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. PUAN. GUNAVATHI ENCIK. LEE SWEE SENG YBHG. DATIN ISHARIDAH BT. TAN SRI ISHAK TADIN ENCIK NG SENG KIOK YBHG. TAN SRI CECIL ABRAHAM ARBITRATION 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. ENCIK WILFRED ABRAHAM YBHG. DATO' SERI W.S.W. DAVIDSON ENCIK VINAYAK PRADHAN YBHG. DATO' THOMAS LEE ENCIK SUNDRA RAJOO GENERAL ADVISORY 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. ENCIK FRANCIS PEREIRA ENCIK S. MUHENDARAN YBHG. DATUK N. CHANDRAN ENCIK SEUMAS TAN ENCIK MOHD FIRUZ BIN JAFFRIL GENERAL PURPOSES 1. 2. 3. 5. YBHG. PROF. DATO' AR. W.Y. CHIN Y.BHG. DATO' SIEH KOK CHI ENCIK MOHAMED KADRI MOHAMED TAIB ENCIK FONG WAN HOR MEDICAL & ANTI-DOPING 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. YBHG. DATUK DR. M. JEGATHESAN YBHG. DATO' DR. RAMLAN ABD.AZIZ DR. LIM HENG HONG YBHG. DATO' DR. GURCHARAN SINGH DR. RONNIE YEO NGO TEE YBHG. DATO' DR. S. S. CHEEMA DR. SEAN PAUL DR. LIM WAI KONG DR. J. S. DEO DR. KANAGALINGAM CIK LOW BENG CHOO YBHG. DATO' ROY RAJASINGHAM FINANCE & MARKETING 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. YBHG. DATO' SERI KEE YONG WEE ENCIK YONG CHOO KONG ENCIK. TAN KIM HOR ENCIK S. JAHENDRAN YBHG. DATUK DR. M. JEGATHESAN YBHG. DATO' SIEH KOK CHI ENCIK ROSMANIZAM ABDULLAH - CHAIRMAN - CHAIRMAN - CHAIRMAN

- EX-OFFICIO - EX-OFFICIO - SECRETARY

WOMEN AND SPORT 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. CIK LOW BENG CHOO ENCIK M. P. HARIDAS ENCIK LESLIE ARMSTRONG PUAN MARINA CHIN BHATT PUAN ZAITON OTHMAN PUAN SALLY LIM SWEE GAIK MEDIA 1. 2. 3. 4. YAM TUNKU TAN SRI IMRAN IBNI ALMARHUM TUANKU JA'AFAR YBHG. DATO' SIEH KOK CHI ENCIK IBRAHIM ABU BAKAR YBHG. DATO' ROY RAJASINGHAM FACILITIES & MUSEUM 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. YBHG. DATO' A. SANI KARIM AR. HUANG YING HON ENCIK SUNTHARA MOORTHY ENCIK A. N. VISVALINGAM YBHG. PROF. TAN SRI DATO' DR. KHOO KAY KIM PROF. MADYA ZULKIFLI ABD. KADIR DR. TENGKU FADILAH TENGKU KAMALDEN YBHG. DATO' SIEH KOK CHI ENCIK CHAN HING WAI ENCIK NORHASHIMI ENCIK. MOHD DAMANHURI MOHD NASIR ENCIK FONG WAN HOR STRATEGIC PLANNING 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. YBHG. TAN SRI DATO' DR. M. JEGATHESAN YBHG. PROF. DATO' AR. W.Y. CHIN CIK LOW BENG CHOO YBHG. PROF. DATO' DR. ZAKARIA AHMAD YBHG. DATO' ROY RAJASINGHAM YBHG. DATO' SERI KEE YONG WEE YBHG. DATO' SIEH KOK CHI ATHLETES' COMMISSION 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. CIK PHAN SU MING CIK CHEE EE LAINE DR. FARAH HANI IMRAN CIK NURUL ELIA ANUAR CIK AZIAN AHMAD CIK LEONG MUN YEE ENCIK YEOH KEN NEE TAN SRI ALEX LEE ATHLETES' EDUCATION FUND 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. YBHG. DATO' THOMAS LEE YBHG. DATO' SIEH KOK CHI YBHG. DATO' SERI KEE YONG WEE ENCIK ANTONY LEE ENCIK S. JAHENDRAN ENCIK JOHN EU ENCIK FONG WAN HOR - CHAIRMAN - PRESIDENT - SECRETARY - CHAIRMAN - CHAIRMAN - CHAIRMAN - CHAIRPERSON

- EX-OFFICIO - MAINTENANCE ADVISOR

NATIONAL OLYMPIC ACADEMY 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. YBHG. PROF. DATO' DR. ZAKARIA AHMAD YBHG. DATUK DR. PAUL CHAN YBHG. DATO' RADHA KRISHNAN YBHG. DATO' DR. RAMLAN ABD AZIZ YBHG. DATO' ASARIAH MIOR SHAHARUDDIN DR. TAN SIEW ENG SPORTS GOODWILL AMBASSADORS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. YBHG. DATO' ROY RAJASINGHAM PUAN ZAITON OTHMAN ENCIK SHAHARUDDIN JAAFAR YBHG. DATO' POON FOOK LOKE ENCIK B. SATIANATHAN ENCIK J. B. KHOO ENCIK EDWIN NG PUAN MARINA CHIN ENCIK STEPHEN VAN HUIZEN DSP BAHWANDI HIRALAL ENCIK M. KUMARESAN - CHAIRMAN - DY. CHAIRMAN - SECRETARY - CHAIRMAN - MEMBER - MEMBER - MEMBER - MEMBER - DIRECTOR

ANNEX II ATTENDANCE AT OCM EXECUTIVE BOARD MEETING FOR THE PERIOD 14TH JULY 2010 ­ 11TH MAY 2009 NAME 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 YAM Tunku Tan Sri Imran Ibni Almarhum Tuanku Ja'afar YBhg. Datuk Dr. M. Jegathesan YBhg. Prof. Dato' Ar. W.Y. Chin Cik Low Beng Choo YBhg. Prof. Dato' Dr. Zakaria Ahmad YBhg. Dato' Roy Rajasingham YBhg. Dato' A. Sani Karim YBhg. Dato' Sieh Kok Chi Cik Moira Tan Siew See Encik Ramlay Ibrahim YBhg. Dato' Seri Kee Yong Wee Encik Rosmanizam Abdullah Rep. Ministry of Youth & Sports Rep. National Sports Council Rep. National Sports Institute Rep. Sports, Arts and Co-Curriculum Division Rep. Athletes Commission Dr. Tan Siew Eng, Director NOA P - Present 14.7.09 P P P P P p P P P P P P P 11.8.09 P P P P P P P P P P P P P 8.9.09 P P P P P P P P P P P P P P 13.10.09 P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P 10.11.09 P A P P P P P P P P P P P A 1.12.09 P P A P A P A P P P P P P 12.1.10 P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P 2.2.10 P P P P P P P A P P P P P 16.3.10 P P P P P P P P P P P P 13.4.10 P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P 11.5.10 P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P 15.6.10 P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P -

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