Nur Syaiful aims for a golden splash in Tokyo Paralympics

PETALING JAYA: Muhammad Nur Syaiful Zulkifli (pic) made a big splash as Malaysia’s first Asian Para Games gold medallist in swimming last week. Now, he wants to take on the world’s best at the 2020 Paralympics.

The 23-year-old, who is wheelchair-bound after losing the use of his legs following a motorcycle accident six years ago, is aiming for a medal in Tokyo.

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