Latif endures tense moments before leaping into history


Stellar feat: Abdul Latif Romly bagged gold for Malaysia in men’s T20 long jump event at the Para Athletics World Championships in Kobe, Japan.

KUALA LUMPUR: Paralympic champion Abdul Latif Romly had to go through some tense moments before securing his place in the Para Athletics World Championships history books.

The 27-year-old claimed his fourth world title in Kobe, Japan, yesterday to become the most successful Malaysian on the prestigious stage.

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