Farah eyes far-out show


Seize the stage, dear: Farah with her parents Abdul Hadi (right) and Kimberly Ann Gagnon. They won’t be in Tokyo but will be glued to the TV when their daughter is competing.

PETALING JAYA: Whenever national artistic gymnast Farah Ann Abdul Hadi enters a competition arena with her poise and elegance, the whole place lights up.

Her smile, demeanour, and the way she executes her routines with confidence have always captivated the hearts of the fans and judges too. In fact, every routine will end with the loudest cheers from all who turn up at the hall.

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