M’sian gymnast Izzah stripped of one gold medal as SEA Games rhythmic gymnastics controversy continues

KUALA LUMPUR: Rhythmic gymnast Izzah Amzan (pic) was all smiles when she posed with her two gold medals - the ball and ribbon - which she had won at the Philippines SEA Games but now, she has to return one of it.

The 19-year-old Izzah has been stripped of the shared gold medal she won in the ribbon with teammate Koi Sie Yan as controversy continues to hit rhythmic gymnastics.

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