He took care of our Paralympians during the 2020 Tokyo Games

Dr Azril (in yellow shirt) taking a wefie with other members of the Malaysian medical team while waiting at the finishing line for the 400m T20 sprint event involving athlete Siti Noor Iasah Mohamad Ariffin. — Photos: Dr AZRIL SYAZWAN MOHD ALI

The 2020 Tokyo Paralympic Games may have ended more than a month ago (September 2021), but the sweet memories of this international sporting competition still remain strong.

It was indeed a remarkable event given that the Games were at the risk of cancellation due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

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