Things are looking Hup for high jumper


Highly motivated: Lee Hup Wei has to roll up his sleeves to improve on his current best of 2.29m.

PETALING JAYA: They say good things come in threes.

With two in the bag, high jumper Lee Hup Wei is waiting with bated breath on the decision by the National Sports Council (NSC) to let athletes return to training.

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