Swimmer Fraidden dedicates Asean Para Games gold to his family

Well done: Malaysia’s Fraidden Dawan (left) is congratulated by Indonesia’s Tangkilisan Steven Sualang after winning the S10 (leg impairment) men’s 400m freestyle final. — Bernama

PHNOM PENH: National para swimmer Fraidden Dawan (pic) dedicated the gold medal he won at the Asean Para Games (APG) in Cambodia to his family, who always give him unwavering support every time he competes in international tournaments.

The 37-year-old said his wife Bibyanna W.J., 39, and his two children, Evangeline Fraidden (seven) and Frederick Fraidden (one) are his inspiration to ensure that the Jalur Gemilang (national flag) continues to fly high on the international stage.

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