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    Quote Originally Posted by robin7 View Post
    i donno how 2 record and didn't plan 2...
    ok then nevermind, and to those who missed that show, there will be a repeat on astro AEC ...the schedule are as follows enjoy
    Wed 2200
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    A passion for speed


    Our national badminton players rank amongst the best in the world. All eyes will be on them once again when the Olympics start next month. 100PLUS, the official isotonic drink partner for the Badminton Association of Malaysia, brings you a series of five articles featuring our national players. Find out what makes them tick when they are not on the badminton court. The series kicks off with Lee Chong Wei who will be leading the singles squad.
    FAST cars and football are just some of the things that drive Lee Chong Wei wild. His love for life in the fast lane could have seen him working in the automobile industry had he not made it as a world-class badminton player.
    The badminton ace who is on course to becoming Malaysia’s first ever Olympic gold medallist, revealed that he spends his spare time watching football matches and taking care of his car, a sporty Nissan Fairlady.
    “I’m quite passionate about cars and like to get the latest accessories for it,” says the 25-year-old shuttler. “In fact, some of my friends and even my girlfriend (badminton player Wong Mew Choo) always joke that I could have been a car salesman or work in a car accessory shop if I didn’t make the grade as a badminton player.




    “I get a big kick out of taking my car out for a spin and I confess I have received a couple of summons for speeding – which is not a good thing to talk about,” he adds with a laugh.
    “Although I drive quite fast, I must stress that I’m actually a safe driver and don’t simply overtake or zigzag through traffic.”
    A huge fan of Formula One drivers Michael Schumacher and Kimi Raikkonen, Lee also supports the Ferrari team but seldom has time to watch Formula One races on television. He thoroughly enjoyed going to Sepang on three occasions to watch the F1 races. “It was simply fantastic to be there, and watch the best drivers and cars in action.”
    Besides cars, Lee’s other passion is football. His number one team is Manchester United. He first began supporting the Red Devils because of David Beckham. When the former England skipper upped and left for Real Madrid in 2003, Lee decided to stick with the English club as their entertaining, attacking style appealed to him.
    A “new” hero emerged at Old Trafford recently – Cristiano Ronaldo – and Lee took an instant liking to the Portuguese star. “In many ways, Ronaldo and Beckham are much alike, yet they are different kinds of players,” Lee says, who admitted he watched Portugal’s games during the Euro 2008 just to see Ronaldo in action.
    “I will continue supporting Manchester United, regardless of the players they may have in the coming seasons.”
    Lee also enjoys a game of football and once in a blue moon, he gets together with the rest of the national players to kick the ball around at the National Sports Council field in Bukit Jalil, which is where the national badminton players train.
    “The rest of the national players are quite big fans as well and enjoy playing football once in a while to break the monotony of training,” he reveals. “It’s just harmless fun and helps us to bond.”
    On his Olympic target, Lee says: “It will be tough but I’m determined to give it my best shot as this could be my last chance at winning the gold medal.”
    Currently ranked number two in the world, he will be up against the mighty Chinese players who are the favourites to dominate the badminton competition in front of their fans.
    “Playing in Beijing against the Chinese players will be extremely difficult. It will require my very best efforts to be successful. I will have to push myself to the very edge if I hope to win there.”

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dato Asbullah View Post
    What is his address?

    I know i am not as good as him, but using the word 'trashed by him' i think is not suitable. Maybe a close game - 19-21, 24-26

    juz e-mail 2 him lar...
    but dunno he got check his mail or not?
    wa...if u win 19-21, 24-26...
    tat means u damn pro...
    i'll chage my fav player 2 u edi...^^
    haaha....juz jk...

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    wow, lee chong wei can be an pro street racer already lar after he retires

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    Quote Originally Posted by phoiyih_luv bad View Post
    juz e-mail 2 him lar...
    but dunno he got check his mail or not?
    wa...if u win 19-21, 24-26...
    tat means u damn pro...
    i'll chage my fav player 2 u edi...^^
    haaha....juz jk...
    not everyone have many player mail address like our phoiyih...haha....

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    Quote Originally Posted by george@chongwei View Post
    wow, lee chong wei can be an pro street racer already lar after he retires
    and we can continue to support him in sepang...

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    Quote Originally Posted by george@chongwei View Post
    wow, lee chong wei can be an pro street racer already lar after he retires
    he he, not street racer, A1 racer, then you can become his co-driver, .

    And btw, now LCW-WMC relationship publically announced by another press. Earlier was Malay Mail.
    Last edited by eaglehelang; 07-15-2008 at 08:48 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eaglehelang View Post
    he he, not street racer, A1 racer, then you can become his co-driver, .

    And btw, now LCW-WMC relationship publically announced by another press. Earlier was Malay Mail.
    haiya...just let them paktor freely...^^...

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    Quote Originally Posted by george@chongwei View Post
    more photos from axian`s blog
    ..George, i thought for a second, that was you in those pics, standing next to LCW....Or is that really you??..

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    haiya...just let them paktor freely...^^...
    Didnt say cannot paktor,just all these years media didnt say anything till after China Open 2007. Interesting news they sure will cover

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    new fan reporting in....

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    Quote Originally Posted by eaglehelang View Post
    Didnt say cannot paktor,just all these years media didnt say anything till after China Open 2007. Interesting news they sure will cover
    hmm...it only show mas sport reporter is not all actually sport ffans i think...they should have know this earlier...others country already know this for years i think

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    haiya...just let them paktor freely...^^...
    i dun think dats a gud idea... better let them paktor inside the room than freely...

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    hmm...it only show mas sport reporter is not all actually sport ffans i think...they should have know this earlier...others country already know this for years i think
    They already know-lah, they got hint2 but I think LCW & WMC told Msia press not to report it publically (off the record).

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    Quote Originally Posted by eaglehelang View Post
    They already know-lah, they got hint2 but I think LCW & WMC told Msia press not to report it publically (off the record).
    oh...ya...maybe they say...if u(sport reporter) all report...i quit from badminton...and i will say is because of u...^^...haha

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    are we getting out and out of topic now????

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