Recovering addicts show excellence in sports


The 4x100m relay proved to be the most exciting event with all the runners giving their all.

IT WAS healthy competition all round for some 180 former and recovering drug addicts involved in the 11th Exodus Games at the Panasonic National Sports Complex in Shah Alam.

Showing plenty of determination, the participants at this year’s track and field events ran and leapt towards a better life as part of their rehabilitation programmes.

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