WE ARE STILL WAITING FOR DATUK LEE CHONG WEI TO BRING HOME A GOLD MEDAL AS A SOLID GOLD BAR WORTH RM 2 MILLION AWAITS HIM...OR ANY MALAYSIAN WHO WINS A GOLD MEDAL!
Meanwhile, while waiting impatiently, have a looKEE at these memories...
Malaysia at the Olympics
Malaysia's participation in the Olympics began in 1956, since then, records have been broken and history made. We've captured some of these
The Malaysian delegation walks into the Los Angeles Coliseum during the opening ceremony at the 1984 Los Angeles Olympic Games.
Manikavas Jegathesan, with jersey no.588 placed third in this opening heat of the 200 metre dash at the 1968 Mexico City Olympic Games. John Carlos from the US won the race.
Dressed in baju Melayu and baju kebarung, Malaysian athletes make their appearance the opening ceremony of the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games.
A base jumper jumps off a TV tower as part of Kuala Lumpur pit stop in the Beijing 2008 Torch Relay. KL was the 13th stop in the relay.
1. Malaysia's badminton star Lee Chong Wei lies in relief after winning a match during the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games.
Lee Chong Wei poses for a photo during the medal ceremony at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, he only took home a silver medal after losing to China's Lin Dan (middle).
A snapshot of the Malaysia squad entering the stadium during the opening ceremony of the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.
Team Malaysia 2012 receives a colourful welcoming reception at the London Olympic Village.
Lee Chong Wei shows off a gold bar worth RM2million, part of an incentive to badminton players who win a gold medal at the London Olympic Games.