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Only six national shooters have managed to keep their places in the 2006 Asian Games programme squad after a trimming exercise by the National Shooting Association of Malaysia (NSAM) recently.
Twenty-year-old Muslifah Zulkifli of Penang put a field of national shooters to shame - shooting a near perfect 399, setting two national records and winning the women's individual 10m air rifle - on the opening day of the President Ally T. H. Ong Shooting Trophy at the Subang Shooting Range yesterday.
Malaysia may not have a single shooter at the Athens Olympics in August. None of the national shooters have qualified on merit for the Olympics and there are no more qualifying tournaments.
No Malaysian has won a medal in the Asian Shooting Championships. And it is unlikely that they will get one in the 10th edition of the championships, which begin today at the Subang Range.
Bibiana Ng knows winning a medal in the Asian Shooting Championships starting on Tuesday will be really tough. But it will not stop the Sarawak lass from at least trying to reach the final in the women's sport pistol event in the meet schedule at the Subang Shooting Range from Feb 10-18.
Shooter Leong Jia Chyuan is back in the national fold after a three-year absence.
The Asian Shooting Championships at the Subang Range is only two weeks away but the National Shooting Association of Malaysia (NSAM) have yet to name the national shooters for the tournament from Feb 8-18.
A place in the 2006 Gemilang Programme is at stake for the Malaysian shooters in the Asian Championships, which will be held at the Subang Range from Feb 8-18.
For the first time, a junior competition will be held simultaneously with the Asian Shooting Championships at the Subang Shooting Range from Feb 8-18.
National shooters Irina Maharani and Roslina Abu Bakar have been given a last chance to qualify for the Olympics. The duo, who train by themselves, have been given the nod to represent Malaysia in the Asian Shooting Championships.