Redemption after Jakarta blow


PETALING JAYA: National shooter Alia Sazana Azahari has redeemed herself in just two months to keep alive her Olympic Games hopes.

In January, Alia was in the dumps after missing the Olympic Games’ cut at the Asian Championships in Jakarta but yesterday, she showed she was back in business after rewriting her own national record with a show of determination in the Tun Hanif Trophy competition at the Subang Shooting Range.

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