Sharul aims to defy the odds and finish top in Tashkent for Paris spot

PETALING JAYA: The path to the Olympics looks very slim but national gymnast Sharul Aimy (pic) is hopeful of doing the unthinkable in the Asian Championships.

The 22-year-old admitted the only way to realise his dream of getting to Paris 2024 is to do well in the tournament in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, from May 16-19 and be one of the top finishers in the all-around category.

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