Johor canoeist Fakhrullah cites desire to return to Tiszafured for future training

Carry on rowing: Johor’s Ahmad Ariff Roslan-Mohd Fakhrullah Mohd Rumaize (right) in action in the K21000m event at the Sukma. They won with a new national time of 3:35.500. — Bernama

PETALING JAYA: A two-week training stint in Tiszafüred, Hungary, has helped Mohd Fakhrullah Mohd Rumaize get stronger in canoeing.

It was not the longest stint, but it had a substantial impact on the 21-year-old Johorean in the Malaysia Games (Sukma) as he delivered nine golds in the canoe events and broke two national records in the K2500m (1:43.045) and K21000m (3:35.500).

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