Syaiful atones for Paralympic upset with a gold at Asiad

Splendid start: Nur Syaiful Zulkafli (behind) hugging teammate Lee Zy Ker after their gold and bronze-medal winning efforts in the 100m breaststroke SB4 final. — Bernama

SWIMMER Nur Syaiful Zulkafli was seen grinning from ear to ear after completing his race.

The 28-year-old not just delivered the first gold medal for the country in the Hangzhou Asian Games yesterday after winning the men’s SB4 100m breaststroke event but it was also a personal triumph of sorts.

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