Malaysia sets three-gold target at next year's Abilympics in Moscow

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  • Sunday, 23 Jun 2019

Malaysian Council for Rehabilitation (MCR) advisor Datuk Dr Mahmood Merican (left) receiving a painting from Nur Amiratul Farahin Ab Rahman (right), one of the Malaysian representatives to the 10th International Abilympics. Looking on is MCR president Khatijah (centre).

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia is set a target of three gold medals at the 10th International Abilympics in Moscow, Russia next year where 15 talented persons with disabilities (PWDs) will represent the country.

Malaysian Council for Rehabilitation (MCR) president Datin Khatijah Suleiman said that the expectations were high on the participants who will compete in 15 categories at the championships, including floral arrangement, computer assembly, embroidery, cooking and photography.

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