Mighty effort needed in Almaty for Azeem to reach Paris

PETALING JAYA: Sprinter Mohd Azeem Fahmi is saving his best for last in a bid to qualify for the Olympic Games.

After posting a poor time at the Malaysian Open, US-based Azeem must dip below 10.25s in the Kazakhstan Open from June 23 to 24 to meet the next Olympic Games qualification requirement, which is based on rankings.

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