Guessing game over 100m sprinter’s training attachment in the US ends

US here I come: Malaysia’s Mohd Azeem Fahmi will join Auburn University in the United States to further his studies and to train under former Olympic gold medallist Leroy Burrell. — AFP

PETALING JAYA: The guessing game over where Mohd Azeem Fahmi is headed next to develop his promising athletics career is over with the national sprinter opting to further his studies at Auburn University in the United States.

The 18-year-old from Perak announced his latest move after he uploaded a picture of himself being signed on by Auburn, which has former Olympics gold medallist and world record holder Leroy Burrell as the head coach for track and field.

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