Not even fever can stop blind masseur Fatah from winning

PHNOM PENH: National judo exponent Mohd Fatah Abu Bakar had to overcome a lack of training time due to his work as a masseur, fever and his opponent to strike gold at the Asean Para Games.

Fatah competed as an unseeded exponent but exploded with confidence to beat defending champion Sahrul Sulaiman in the final for the gold medal in the men’s below 73kg J2 (vision impairment) category at the Federation of Youth Hall in Cambodia.

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