Our sailors Nuraisyah and Juni still lost at sea


PETALING JAYA: Juni Karimah Jamali and Nuraisyah Jamil have failed to find their way at sea.

In the 470 race, the sailors ended in 20th spot in the seventh race.

A damaged spinnaker badly affected their performance and in race eight they did not finish which sent them to last place.

After eight races, they have collected 130 points and are not likely to qualify for the medal race on Aug 4.

Only the top 10 will go through and the Malaysians are 68 points behind 10th placed Luisa Wanser-Anastasiya Winkel from Germany.

Britain’s Olympic champion Hannah Mills and partner Eilidh McIntyre currently top the standings with 18 points while Poland’s Agnieszka Skrzypulec-Jolanta Ogar and France’s Camile Lecointre-Aloise Retornaz are second and third with 19 and 28 points respectively.

This is the first time our sailors are participating in the Olympics 470 race.

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