MAF hire American hurdler to revive Malaysian athletics

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  • Saturday, 22 Dec 2018

Klang City International Marathon at Kompleks Sukan in Pandamaran, Klang on Dec 10, 2017..

KUALA LUMPUR: Former Ame­rican 400m hurdler David Patrick has been hired as the chief coach to revive the ailing state of Malaysian athletics.

The Malaysian Athletics Fede­ration (MAF) made the drastic decision to hire a foreign coach following the poor outing in the Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast in April and the Asian Games in Jakarta in August.

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