Siti breaks 10-year 400m Sukma record


KANGAR: Sixteen-year-old Siti Nur Afiqah Abdul Razak of Terengganu made a memorable debut at Sukma as she ran the race of her life to smash a 10-year-old women’s 400m Games record with a personal best time of 54.47.

Her effort on Friday at Stadium Utama erased the previous mark of 54.89 set by Perak’s Fauziah Abdul Razak in Negri Sembilan in 2004.

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