PCM launch campaign in bid to hit perfect 10 in Paralympics

KUALA LUMPUR: The Paralympic Council of Malaysia (PCM) have introduced the “TambahEMAS Paris 2024” campaign as a fund-raising initiative to help athletes rake in four more gold medals to make it a perfect 10 for the country at next year’s Paralympics.

PCM president Datuk Seri Megat D Shahriman Zaharudin said that the campaign indirectly gave an early indication of the country’s gold medal target in Paris after Malaysia had so far managed to collect six golds – three each in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in 2016 and Tokyo, Japan, in 2020.

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