Missing Singaporean climber found dead at Mt Kinabalu

Rescuers bringing down Woon's body from Sayat-Sayat on Sunday.

KOTA KINABALU: A Singaporean climber, who was reported missing while training for the Mount Kinabalu climbathon early Saturday, has been found dead.

Woon Tai Kiang was found in a 150m deep ravine near Sayat-Sayat which is the last checkpoint before climbers make their way up to the summit.

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