Sprinter seeks a break after missing Olympic qualifying mark in Kazakhstan


PETALING JAYA: Sprinter Mohd Azeem Fahmi wore a sad face after crossing the line as the third-place finisher in the men’s 100m final of the Kazakhstan Open.

And he later declared that he needed ‘’time-off’’ to regroup himself after missing the qualifying mark for the Paris Olympic Games.

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