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Special athlete Abdul Hadi does Sabah proud

7th July, 2018

By UMESH RAJAN

NABAWAN: Special athlete, Abdul Hadi Litoh brought honour to Sabah after winning one gold and one bronze medal at the National Special Education Athletics Championship held at the Panasonic National Sports Stadium in Shah Alam, Selangor on Thursday.

According to his teacher Jaini Solom, Hadi won the gold medal in the javelin event before adding a bronze medal in the discus event.

During last year’s event, the Kampung Enam Nabawan lad also won the javelin event where he set a new national record en route to receiving the Sportsman Award.

“Hadi has represented Sabah for three successive times for the National Special Education Athletics Championship,” said Jaini when contacted, yesterday.

He hopes that concerned parties, especially the voluntary organisations in the district will come forward to give contributions or incentives to the young athlete as a morale boost for the future.

The SMK Nabawan special education student has a bright future in the sporting world, where his achievements proved that he is capable to be one of the top special athletes in the country.

   
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