Hup Wei hopes to get clearance to compete in Hong Kong


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  • Tuesday, 11 Jun 2019

Within reach: Lee Hup Wei aiming to clear 2.30m at the Hong Kong Open in order to qualify for the World Championships.

PETALING JAYA: National high jumper Lee Hup Wei has one more chance to qualify for the World Championships after missing the mark in the last two attempts.

The 31-year-old hopes to get it right by clearing the 2.30m qualifying height at the Hong Kong Open in July.

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