Nazmi’s confidence soars after winning world para gold

Up, up and away: Nazmi Nasri in action en route to gold at the Para World Championships. — NSC

PETALING JAYA: National para athlete Nazmi Nasri will be heading to the Paris Paralympics with loads of confidence after a stellar performance in his debut Para World Championships in Kobe, Japan.

Nazmi clinched the gold medal in the men’s long jump T37 (celebral palsy) final with a distance of 6.13m which also saw him qualify for the Paralympics from Aug 28-Sept 8.

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