Taekwondo Malaysia seek S. Korean coach to help in Olympic quest

KUALA LUMPUR: Taekwondo Malaysia (TM) are hoping to get a coach from South Korea to whip the national kyorugi exponents into shape and qualify for the Paris Olympics.

TM secretary-general R. Dhanaraj said they need a coach of high calibre to help raise the performance levels of exponents like Syafiq Zuber and Sebastian Tan, who are gunning to qualify for the Paris stint.

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