SEA Games champion Nurul Hidayah retires due to injuries


Bigger things to come: Nurul Hidayah aspires to become a policewoman.

PETALING JAYA: The national poomsae team will have to start the new year without experienced exponent Nurul Hidayah Abdul Karim.

The 25-year-old double SEA Games champion has made the decision to call time on her illustrious taekwondo career.

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