Keep the coaches for Paralympics gold, says Liek Hou


PETALING JAYA: After his triumph at the just-concluded Japan Para-badminton International, national para shuttler Cheah Liek Hou is hoping to continue training under volunteer coaches Rashid Sidek and Indonesian Nova Armada until the Paralympic Games in Tokyo next August.

Liek Hou has been training under former international Rashid and 1996 Atlanta Olympics bronze medallist Nova at the Sports Affairs Academy in Cheras under a special arrangement between the National Sports Council (NSC) and the coaches.

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