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Malaysia's Standing In The SEA Games

Datuk Dr Ramlan Aziz, Founding CEO of National Sports Institute Of Malaysia, Former DG of the National Sports Council

23-May-22 17:00

Malaysia's Standing In The SEA Games

Malaysia came in 6th at the recently concluded SEA Games, having achieved our targetted medal tally of 36 gold medals. Nevertheless, this was the worst performance in nearly 40 years where Malaysia has always finished in the regional top 5. We unpack the results and some of the crticisms that followed.

Image Source: Faizal Azumu, Official Facebook Page

Produced by: Alia Zefri, Lee Chwi Lynn

Presented by: Lee Chwi Lynn


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