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High jumper Lee Hup Wei wants to follow in the footsteps of five-time SEA Games gold medallist Loo Kum Zee.
Sprinter S. Ravendran never thought that he would see action in the SEA Games after failing to beat the qualifying mark.
A one-month 'secret' training stint in Morocco this month for the SEA Games-bound athletes has come under fire from the Malaysian Amateur Athletic Union's (MAAU) executive board and council members, who have been kept in the dark about the trip.
Malaysia have dominated the men's high jump in the SEA Games since 1977 and they are expected to continue their dominance in this year's Manila Games.
The Bukit Jalil Sports School (BJSS) students, led by diver Bryan Nickson Lomas, will be out to achieve better results for Malaysia in the Manila SEA Games, which begin on Sunday.
With medal prospects dropping like tenpins, the Malaysian Amateur Athletic Union (MAAU) have set a modest target of only six golds for the Manila SEA Games - down from the earlier nine.
High fever and a nosebleed just before the start of his race did not stop Malaysian sprinter Mohd Faizal Maslim from qualifying for the 100m final.
Malaysia's proud 28-year record of winning the men's high jump gold medal in consecutive SEA Games since 1977 came to an end at the Rizal Memorial Stadium in Manila yesterday.
The National Sports Council (NSC) believe the arrival of Cuban Javier Sotomayor, the world record holder for high jump, tomorrow for a week-long clinic will provide a lift after Malaysia's flop in the event at the recent Manila SEA Games.