Azeem hopes competing in 200m again can help him hit sub-10 in 100m

Zoom goes Azeem: Mohd Azeem Fahmi (right) leading the pack to qualify for the 100m final at the Hangzhou Asian Games on Sept 30. He went on to win a bronze.

PETALING JAYA: National sprinter and record holder Mohd Azeem Fahmi will compete in the 200m again next year with the hope of boosting his endurance, conditioning and also speed in the 100m.

Azeem, who holds the 100m record with a time of 10.09s, said he had started conditioning work at Auburn University this month.

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