Johnathan fired up to iron out rough spots after misfire in Jakarta

PETALING JAYA: National shooter Jonathan Wong may have missed the boat to the next ISSF World Cup leg in Cairo, Egypt, from Feb 17-24, but he still gained valuable experience from his outing in the ongoing edition in Jakarta, Indonesia.

The 30-year-old did not make it to the final round of both events that he competed – the men’s 10m air pistol and the 10m air pistol mixed team event, where only the top eight shooters advance.

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