Sharul: It’s all under control despite Chuen Feng’s injury

Optimistic: Mohd Sharul Aimy believes that they stand a fair chance of winning the team silver or bronze medal.

PHNOM PENH: National artistic gymnastics squad suffered a last minute setback when Teoh Chuen Feng injured his leg, but Mohd Sharul Aimy remains optimistic about their chances of winning a medal of any colour at the Cambodia SEA Games.

Chuen Feng was supposed to compete in the team, individual all-around and six apparatus – floor, rings, vault, parallel bars, pommel horse and horizontal bars.

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