Ajinomoto gives Sea Games athletes a heroes’ welcome home

02 Jun 2023 04:58pm
Sarah, Andre and Queenie
Sarah, Andre and Queenie

SHAH ALAM - Ajinomoto (Malaysia) Berhad (AMB) welcomes Malaysian’s athletes home after victory achieved in the 32nd Sea Games in Cambodia recently.

A ceremony was held at AMB Factory in Seremban yesterday to congratulate the three national athletes, Andre Anura Anuar, who took home the gold medal for triple jump, as well as discus thrower Queenie Ting Kung Ni and pole vaulter Nor Sarah Adi, who each bagged the silver medal.

Prior to the Sea Games, the three athletes were educated on appropriate sports nutrition and received well-balanced meals to meet the training requirements and targets through the Winning Meals Kachimeshi® sports nutrition programme under the AMB’s Asean Victory Project®.

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AMB’s Managing Director Tomoharu Abe said he hoped the programme would benefit Malaysians as a whole.

“We hope this Winning Meals Kachimeshi® programme will be able to continue support and benefit Malaysians, especially our athletes and the general public who are active in sports to instil the practice of ‘healthy eating, active living’” he said in his opening remarks at the ceremony.

At the event, all three athletes revealed that the ‘Winning Meals’ Kachimeshi® programme helped them to reach their true and full potential, which enabled them to achieve remarkable success in the 2023 Sea Games.

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AMB’s involvement in sports nutrition started in 2019 through their collaboration with the Education Ministry in the ‘Sports Nutrition Awareness Project’.

It aimed to educate and increase awareness of students on the importance of sports nutrition among student-athletes as part of the Ajinomoto Group Creating Shared Value (ASV) initiative.

The ongoing project currently involves three renowned national sports schools – the Bukit Jalil Sports School, Malaysia Pahang Sports School and Sabah Malaysian Sports School.

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