No double joy but Wai Ching can still walk tall

PETALING JAYA: It might not be a day of double joy for national No. 1 tower runner Soh Wai Ching in China, but he still has reason to wear a smile.

The 29-year-old Wai Ching began the day on a positive note by clocking 14:23 to secure the title and surpassing the previous course record of 14:36 set by homester Zhang Wenbo in the Canton Tower Run Up in Guangzhou, China, on Sunday.

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