Latif hoping for golden outing in Kobe to ignite Games flame

Remarkable feat: Abdul Latif Romly currently holds the world record for the T20 long jump event of 7.60m.

PETALING JAYA: National para long jumper Abdul Latif Romly is looking for a timely boost ahead of the Paralympics in Paris in July.

And he believes that winning a gold at the World Championships in Kobe, Japan, from May 17-May 25 will be the spark to fuel the fire in him to complete a hattrick at the Paralympics.

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