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  • Sunday, 04 Jun 2017

Way to go: Malaysian para athlete Ridzuan Puzi (right) powering to victory in the men’s 100m T36 (cerebral palsy) event at the Handisport Paris Open in France yesterday.

PETALING JAYA: Ridzuan Puzi looks all set for his title defence at the World Para Athletics Championships in London from July 14-23 after bagging gold at the Handisport Paris Open in France.

Ridzuan clocked 12.15 in the men’s 100m to come out tops with a combined 1,189 points at the Charlety Stadium yesterday.

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