Gymnast Sharul becomes the first Malaysian to win an Asian Championships medal

PETALING JAYA: National gymnast Mohd Sharul Aimy has become the first ever Malaysian to win a medal in the Asian Championships.

The 22-year-old bagged the vault bronze medal in the tournament, scoring 14.466 points at the Gymnastics Sport Palace in Tashkent, Uzbekistan on Sunday (May 19).

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