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Anugerah Sukan Negara

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Country  Malaysia
First awarded  8 July 1967
Presented by  National Sports Council of Malaysia

Anugerah Sukan Negara (Malay: National Sports Awards) is an annual award ceremony in Malaysia, organized by National Sports Council of Malaysia since 1966. The awards represented the nation's full recognition to remarkable Malaysian individuals from the world of sports along with the greatest sporting achievements throughout the year.

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National Men's and Women's Team of the Year

Before 1997, this award category known as the Best Men's and Women's Team of the Year.

National Paralympian Sportsman and Sportswoman of the Year

Before 2005, the National Paralympian Sportsman and Sportswoman of the Year was awarded at a separate award ceremony.

National Men's and Women's Coach of the Year

Before 2005, the National Men's and Women's Coach of the Year was awarded at a separate award ceremony, namely Anugerah Jurulatih Kebangsaan.

National Most Promising Sportsman and Sportswoman Award

The Most Promising Sportsman and Sportswoman Award discontinued to be awarded since 2002.

Sport Leadership Award

Hamzah Abu Samah was the inaugural winner of the sport leadership award in 1984.

  • 2015: Kamaruzzaman Abu Kassim – President of the Malaysian Sailing Authority
  • 2015: Yeoh Choo Hock – Former Secretary-General of Asian Basketball Confederation
  • 2014: Ong Poh Eng – President of the Malaysian Weightlifting Federation
  • 2013: Mohammad Anwar Mohammad Nor – President of the Malaysian Golf Association
  • 2012: Abu Samah Abdul Wahab – Malaysian National Cycling Federation President
  • 2012: Paul Mony Samuel – FIFA Development Officers, former Secretary-General of the Asian Football Confederation
  • 2011: Kee Yong Wee – Former Wushu Federation of Malaysia President
  • 2010: W. Y. Chin – President of the Malaysian Snooker and Billiards Federation and Vice President of the Olympic Council of Malaysia
  • 2009: Edmund Yong – Former Asia Pacific Golf Confederation Secretary-General
  • 2008: Ho Koh Chye – Former Malaysian Chef-de-Mission to the Beijing Olympics, former national field hockey coach and player
  • 2007: Paul Money Samuel – Former Secretary-General of the Asian Football Confederation
  • 2006: Ahmad Sarji Abdul Hamid – Malaysian Lawn Bowls Federation President
  • 2006: Thomas Lee Mun Lung – Malaysian Golf Association President
  • 2005: P. S. Nathan – Former Malaysian Tenpin Bowling Congress President
  • 2004: Rosmanizam Abdullah – Former Secretary-General of the Malay Cricket Association of Malaysia
  • 2003: Peter Velappan – Former Secretary-General of the Asian Football Confederation
  • 2002: Ramlan Harun –
  • 2001:
  • 2000: Darshan Singh Gill – Former President of the Asian Cycling Confederation
  • 2000: Gan Boon Leong – Former President of the Malaysian Bodybuilding Federation
  • 1999: Mohamad Taha Ariffin – Former Vice President of the Football Association of Malaysia
  • 1999: Noh Abdullah – Founding President of the Malaysian Amateur Baseball Association
  • 1998:
  • 1997: The Organising Committee for Universiti Sains Malaysia-Penang Hockey Carnival
  • 1996: Combined Old Boys' Rugby Association (Cobra)
  • 1995:
  • 1994:
  • 1993:
  • 1992:
  • 1991:
  • 1990:
  • 1989:
  • 1988: Thong Poh Nyen – Former Olympic Council of Malaysia Secretary
  • 1987: Khir Johari – Former Deputy President of the Olympic Council of Malaysia
  • 1986: No award
  • 1985: No award
  • 1984: Hamzah Abu Samah – Former President of the Malaysian Sepak Takraw Association
  • Sport Icon/Personality Award

    Tunku Abdul Rahman was the first recipient of the prestigious award in 1978.

  • 2015: Ahmad Sarji Abdul Hamid – Chairman of Professional Golf of Malaysia, former President of the Asian Lawn Bowls Federation, former President of the Malaysia Lawn Bowls Federation, former President of the Malay Cricket Association of Malaysia
  • 2015: Mani Jegathesan – Asian Amateur Athletics Association Medical Committee chairman, former National Sportsman of the Year
  • 2014: No award
  • 2013: No award
  • 2012: Elyas Omar – Former Malaysian Chef-de-Mission to the Barcelona Olympics, former President of the Badminton Association of Malaysia,
  • 2011: No award
  • 2010: No award
  • 2009: No award
  • 2008: No award
  • 2007: Harun Idris – Former Malaysian Chef-de-Mission to the Munich Olympics, former President of the Football Association of Selangor
  • 2006: Sultan Azlan Shah – Former Yang di-Pertuan Agong, former Malaysian Chef-de-Mission to the Montreal Olympics, former President of the Asian Hockey Federation
  • 2005: Abdul Ghafar Baba – Former Deputy Prime Minister of Malaysia, former President of the Lawn Tennis Association of Malaysia
  • 2004: No award
  • 2003: Mahathir Mohamad – Former Prime Minister of Malaysia
  • 2002: Ghazali Shafie – Former President of the Malaysian Amateur Athletic Union
  • 2001:
  • 2000: No award
  • 1999: Alexander Lee Yu Lung – Former President of the Malaysian Volleyball Association and also of the Squash Racquets Association of Malaysia, former vice-chairman of the Commonwealth Games Federation
  • 1998: Hamzah Abu Samah – Former FIFA vice president and International Olympic Committee member, former President of the Asian Football Confederation,
  • 1997: Khir Johari – Former Deputy President of the Olympic Council of Malaysia
  • 1996: No award
  • 1995:
  • 1994:
  • 1993:
  • 1992:
  • 1991: No award
  • 1990:
  • 1989:
  • 1988: Abdul Razak Hussein – Former Prime Minister of Malaysia, former President of the Asian Hockey Federation
  • 1987:
  • 1986:
  • 1985: Sultan Ahmad Shah – Former Yang di-Pertuan Agong, former President of the Football Association of Malaysia
  • 1984: No award
  • 1983: No award
  • 1982: No award
  • 1981: No award
  • 1980: No award
  • 1979: No award
  • 1978: Tunku Abdul Rahman – Former Prime Minister of Malaysia
  • Special Award

    Sidek Abdullah Kamar became the first recipient of the Special Award in 1986.

  • 2015: No award
  • 2014: Mohd Afendy Abdullah – Sailing
  • 2014: Peter Rajah – Former national footballer
  • 2013: Mohd Nazar Abdul Rahim – Former national shot put coach
  • 2013: Moe Chin Kiat – Former national badminton chief coach
  • 2012: Ng Chow Seng – Former national weightlifting champion
  • 2012: Muhammad Zulfahmi Khairuddin – World Moto3 Grand Prix racer
  • 2011: Shaharudin Jaafar – Former national cycling champion
  • 2010: Lim Tiong Kiat – Honorary Treasurer of the Badminton Association of Malaysia
  • 2010: Nashatar Singh Sidhu – Former Asian Games gold medallist in men's javelin throw
  • 2009: T. Ponniyah – Former national karate coach
  • 2008: Nellan Vellasamy – National professional golfer
  • 2008: Petrina Low Lai Hun – Former national rhythmic gymnastic coach
  • 2007: C. Paramalingam – Former national field hockey coach
  • 2007: Willy Chang Chia Chun – Former national tennis coach
  • 2006: No award
  • 2005: Zainal Abidin Abu Zarin – President of Malaysian Paralympic Council and President of Asian Paralympic Committee
  • 2005: Azmi Shaari – Former Secretary-General Sepak Takraw Association of Malaysia
  • 2005: M. K. Nathan – Veteran national cricket coach
  • 2004: No award
  • 2003: Durbara Singh – tennis coach
  • 2003: Loh Beng Hooi – Former Sabah Karate Association Vice President
  • 2003: Abdul Majid Muda – Former Pahang Weightlifting Association Vice President
  • 2002: Abdul Malik Jeremiah – Equestrian
  • 2002: A. Perumal – Former Merdeka Stadium ground specialist
  • 2001:
  • 2000: Awang Kamaruddin Abdul Ghani – Retired Malaysian horse racer
  • 2000: Karamjit Singh – Retired Malaysian professional race driver in rallying, the first Asian to win the FIA Production World Rally Championship
  • 2000: Ishtiaq Mubarak – Former national athlete and coach, Asian Games silver medalist in men's 110 metres hurdles
  • 1999:
  • 1998: Harjit Singh – Former Deputy President of the Malaysian Cricket Association
  • 1997: S. Kathiravale – Former national football referee and hockey umpire
  • 1997: Tham Siew Kai – Former Sarawak Amateur Athletics Association Honorary Secretary
  • 1997: Sharon Low Su Lin – Retired national bowler
  • 1997: Daniel Lim – Retired national bowler
  • 1996: A. Vaithilingam – Veteran athletics official
  • 1996: Fathil Mahmood – Former Equestrian Association of Malaysia Vice President
  • 1995:
  • 1994:
  • 1993:
  • 1992:
  • 1991: No award
  • 1990:
  • 1989:
  • 1988: 1955 Thomas Cup badminton team (Ong Poh Lim, Wong Peng Soon, Eddy Choong, Ooi Teik Hock, Lim Kee Fong, Tan Jin Eong)
  • 1988: 1952 Thomas Cup badminton team (Wong Peng Soon, Ooi Teik Hock, Chan Kok Leong, Abdullah Piruz, Ong Poh Lim, Ismail Marjan)
  • 1988: 1949 Thomas Cup badminton team (Ooi Teik Hock, Teoh Seng Khoon, Chan Kok Leong, Yeoh Teck Chye, Lim Kee Fong, Wong Peng Soon, Ong Poh Lim, Law Teik Hock)
  • 1988: Christopher Chan Yan Kin – Former national squash champion
  • 1987: No award
  • 1986: Sidek Abdullah Kamar – Former national badminton coach
  • TM Team Malaysia Award

    The TM Team Malaysia Award first introduced in 2013 by Telekom Malaysia. The winner would be selected by sports fans in the country via social website voting.

  • 2013: Sazali Samad – Ten-time world bodybuilding champion. See also: List of World Amateur Bodybuilding Championships medalists
  • 2014: Syakilla Salni Jefri Krisnan – Karateka
  • 2015:
  • Favourite Athlete: Goh Jin Wei – Badminton player
  • Best Moment: 2012 London Olympic Games – Pandelela Rinong, first female athlete to win an Olympic medal for Malaysia
  • Best Team: 1992 Thomas Cup – Badminton pair, Cheah Soon Kit / Soo Beng Kiang delivered a winning (3 - 2) set games for Malaysia to win the Thomas Cup
  • References

    Anugerah Sukan Negara Wikipedia


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