Heavy pole for Roslinda to bear as coach but she’s ready to vault ahead


High bar to reach: Roslinda Samsu in her prime when she was Malaysia’s top pole vaulter. As a coach, she’s facing big challenges to help the country produce top talents.

PETALING JAYA: The dearth of top pole vault athletes in Malaysia is worrying but former star Roslinda Samsu is staying positive.

Roslinda is out to do her utmost to develop more talents in her role as a coach in the national programme.

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