I was at the MILO® Fuel for Champions Launch on the 5th of September 2013 at National Aquatic Center, Bukit Jalil National Sport Complex. Anyway, just out of curiosity, do you like Milo? I like Milo a lot, I can say that I don't mind having Milo everyday. I prefer it over coffee since it's has no after taste and healthier too.
The 27th Southeast Asian Games is scheduled to be held in Naypyidaw, the new capital of Myanmar, as well as in two other main cities, Yangon and Mandalay. MILO® and the Olympic Council of Malaysia (OCM) gathered at the National Aquatic Center to launch this campaign in a ceremony officiated by YB Khairy Jamaluddin, Minister of Youth and Sports Malaysia.
It was my first time at the National Aquatic Center. I still remember back in those days, I used to watch the aquatic competition on television especially during the 1998 Commonwealth Games.
One of the things that we look forward to every single time at school sports day, the Milo truck. They don't have a Milo truck there but this little Milo stall offering free flow of Milo drinks do reminds me of the good old days back in school. There's just something special about the drinks from the Milo truck. It seems to have a secret ingredient that made us want to have more and more.
Mr Alois Hofbauer, Region Head of Nestle Malaysia and Singapore presenting a collection of miniature MILO® trucks to YB Khairy Jamaluddin, Minister of Youth and Sports as a token of appreciation. YB Khairy Jamaluddin applauded MILO®'s commitment together with OCM in their drive to shape Malaysia's youth sporting landscape.
Present at the launch are Yong Shin Min (National Basketball Team), S. Kannathasan (National Relay Runner), Hakimi Ismail (National Long Jump Athlete) and Khoo Cai Lin (National Swimmer) who will be representing Malaysia in the 27th SEA Games in Myanmar. They also did the official launch by lighting up the torch.
Standing on stage from left to right: Yong Shin Min (basketball), S. Kannathasan (relay run), Dato’ Wira Amiruddin Embi, Chef de Mission of the Malaysia SEA Games Contingent, Mr Alois Hofbauer, Region Head of Nestle Malaysia and Singapore, YB Encik Khairy Jamaluddin, Minister of Youth and Sports, RAdm (Rear Admiral) Dato’ Pahlawan Danyal Balagopal Abdullah, Vice President of Olympic Council of Malaysia, Dato’ Seri Zolkples Embong, Director General of National Sports Council, Khoo Cai Lin (swimming), Muhammad Hakimi Ismail (triple jump).
MILO® Fuel for Champions campaign is more than just a one-time sponsorship, it aims to empower and energize young sport talents especially those who are still in schools to strive for success as well as to inspire parents to encourage their children to take part in sports not only for the fun of it but also to have a healthier lifestyle.
A mesmerizing performance by the National Synchronized Swimming Team of Malaysia. See the full video below:-
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