Centre for high performance athletes


Syafiq (left) briefing Johor tourism, youth and sports committee chairman Datuk Onn Hafiz Ghazi (right) at The Cage HPC in Nusa Duta, Bukit Indah.

THE state’s first gym specially built for the training of athletes, The Cage High Performance Centre (HPC), will be ready soon.

Johor Sports Council Athlete, Sport Science and Sukma unit chief Mohammad Syafiq Hassan said the facility was 90% complete and should be ready by April this year.

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