Malaysia banking on Nauraj and Hup Wei to end medal drought

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  • Thursday, 29 Mar 2018

Nauraj Singh Randhawa (left) and Lee Hup Wei pictured together at the SEA Games last year

KUALA LUMPUR: National high jumpers Nauraj Singh Randhawa and Lee Hup Wei are likely to end Malaysia’s medal drought in athletics in the Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast, Australia.

Nauraj, who is in the Podium Programme, holds the national record of 2.30m while former Asian champion Hup Wei did a personal best of 2.28m in the ACT State Championships in Canberra, Aus­tralia, in January.

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