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Malaysian Archer Wins at London Paralympics

Malaysian archer Hasihin Sanawi did his country proud when he clinched the silver medal at the London Paralympic Games on 3 September 2012.

Hasihin, who made his debut at the Paralympic Games, beat Iran's Ebrahim Ranjbarkivaj by two points in a shoot-off in the semi-finals after collecting 10 points. Earlier, they were tied 5-5, the New Straits Times reports.

According to the article, Hasihin will continue his foray in the team event along with Zulkifli Mat Zain and Mohd Zafi Rahman Mat Salleh.

In London, Malaysia is represented by 23 athletes who are competing in eight sports, namely archery, athletics, cycling, table tennis, powerlifting, swimming, wheelchair fencing and sailing

In London, Malaysia is represented by 23 athletes who are competing in eight sports; archery, athletics, cycling, table tennis, powerlifting, swimming, wheelchair fencing and sailing. This is Malaysia’s first medal at the London Paralympics.

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