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Injured artistic gymnast Nurul Fatiha Abdul Hamid still has hope to make it to the Vietnam SEA Games even though the Malaysian Gymnastics Federation (MGF) have named Siti Aishah Jaafar as her replacement.
Defending champion Adnan Yusoh is out of the Vietnam SEA Games boxing competition.
National artistic gymnast Nurul Fatiha Abdul Hamid, who is recovering from a knee injury, can start packing her bags for the Vietnam SEA Games next month.
MALAYSIAN boxer Mohamed Zamzai Azizi learnt a harsh lesson in the semi-final of the light flyweight (48kg) at the 2002 Manchester Commonwealth Games.
All-England champion Mohd Hafiz Hashim's hopes of making his first appearance in the SEA Games in Vietnam have been dashed. The 22-year-old will need five weeks to recover from a wrist injury suffered in the Hong Kong Open and has not been given clearance by the National Sports Institute to play in the Games.
Athletes have again been warned of the danger of taking drugs and other form of banned substances to enhance performance during the Vietnam SEA Games next month.
The National Sports Institute (NSI) are conducting special talks during the SEA Games centralised training camp to educate athletes on banned performance enhancing drugs.
Walker Yuan Yufang, known for her stout-heartedness under any circumstances, is out of the Vietnam SEA Games. She has been felled by a heart problem.
WALKER-runner Yuan Yufang has been included in the athletics squad despite just having had treatment for a heart ailment. And National Sports Institute (NSI) director Dr. Ramlan Aziz is strongly against the walker taking part in the Games.