Bina Badan Malaysia
Baru Bagi Tempoh 2001 Hingga 2003
No. 8, Tingkat 1, Wisma OCM
Jalan Hang Jebat, 50150 Kuala Lumpur
Tel. & Faks: 03-27152820 Setiausaha: 012-3323739
the formation of the national federation in 1969 bodybuilding
competitions were maily organized by the state associations.
The first official
"Mr. Malaya" contest was held in Kuala Lumpur in
1955 and was won by a sixteen year old bodybuilder from Singapore,
Mr. Robert Teo. In the early sixties Malaysia participated
in the NABBA Mr. Universe contests held in London and the
first Malaysian bodybuilder to achieve world class status
was Clancy Ang from Malacca, who won the "Mr. Universe"
title for short men class in 1962. Osman Ali, from Kedah also
competed but placed sixth in the medium men class. In 1963
Sunny Phua from Johor competed in this international contest
and won third place while Pak Wai Phung from Penang was not
placed in the finals.
mid sixties onwards, Malaysia started sending bodybuilders
to compete in the ABBF and IFBB sanctioned competitions. A
number of our bodybuilders have won Asian championship titles,
but most notablebodybuilder is Abdul
Malek Noor from Johor, who won the Heavy weight title six
times from 1985 to 1988 and from 1990 to 1991. Malek Noor
has since then retired from bodybuilding. Presently, Sazali
Abd. Samad has won the Bantam weight Asian title four times,
in 1996, 1998, 1999 and 2000 and we hope that he will be able
to break Malek's record.
has hosted a number of international competitions, such as
the SEA championships, the Asian championships, the Commonwealth
championship and the World championships in 1990(Kuala Lumpur)
and 2000 (Malacca).
Abd. Samad from the Police DiRaja Malaysia is the second Malaysian
bodybuilder to win the world title in the Bantam weight category
in 2000 and he was also awarded the "Best Bodybuilder
of the 20th Century in Asia" and the "National Sportsman
of the Year 2000".
- [3-7 Dec.] 57th World Amateur