No demerits for Azeem and Shereen after falling short of merit marks


PETALING JAYA: National athletes Mohd Azeem Fahmi and Shereen Samson Vallabouy (pic) did not qualify for the Olympic Games on merit after securing contrasting results in the Kazakhstan Open.

But the Malaysian Athletics Federation (MAF) technical director Robert Ballard still had praises for the duo for the hard work they had put in.

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