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MAPCU-APU Road Relay Championship 2016 - APU Athletes Unleashed Their Potentials at Inter-Universities Competition

The APU Athletic Team is pleased to share their recent participation in the MAPCU-APU ROAD RELAY CHAMPIONSHIP 2016, in which they were ranked the 5th best team among participants from various private universities and colleges in the Klang Valley.

This year, the championship was hosted by APU at Technology Park Malaysia (TPM). Athletes who took part in the championship demonstrated great potential and teamwork as they competed to achieve greater heights at the championship. The athletic team, who regularly organizes training sessions every Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6.00pm at TPM compound, is now calling for new registrations and recruitment, to discover future talents in the athletic field.

Kudos to athletic team advisor, Thomas Raj for his efforts, and good job to all participants and volunteers who participated and assisted the event to achieve success. We look forward to gaining more sports-level achievements at the higher level in the future.

Karate Team Fought Its Way to Success in 16th Malaysian / Milo Open Karate Championship

We are delighted to share that the APU Karate team achieved the Merit award at the 16th Malaysian Milo Open Karate Championship, which was held from Friday, 15 May 2015 to Sunday, 17 May 2015. A total of over 1000 participants from 15 countries took part in the tournament; which was divided into two categories: the Junior category and Senior category. The Malaysian Milo Open Karate Championship is an annual effort by the Persatuan Karate Wilayah Persekutuan, Putrajaya, to develop the sport of Karate as well as to promote promising young karatekas in Malaysia.


16 students from the APU Karate Club represented APU in the tournament which was held in Stadium Badminton Cheras, Kuala Lumpur. Under their strong teamwork and coordination, the team obtained the Merit award, whereas two outstanding team members achieved as top 10 fighters of the championship. In addition, one of our participants was also selected to represent APU and Putrajaya Karate Association, to compete for the upcoming state championship.

We are absolutely proud of the students’ success. Congratulations and thumbs up to the APU Karate team!