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Technical duty for Julian

3rd December, 2019

By FRANCIS XAVIER

KOTA KINABALU: Sabah Karate Association (SKA) secretary-general Julian Chin will be heading to the 2019 Philippines SEA Games today.

However, this time around, he won’t be competing.

Instead, the former national karate exponent, who competed in the 15th edition of the SEA Games that Malaysia hosted in 1989, will be on duty after being invited to be one of the International Technical Officials (ITO) for the Games.

“I will be one of the International Technical Officials for the karate events,” said Julian yesterday.

This will be Julian’s first assignment as ITO in the region’s premier multi-sport event that is ongoing. “I’m honoured to be invited as ITO in the SEA Games…I will do my best,” he added.

As ITO, Julian, who is also Malaysia Karate Federation (MAKAF) assistant secretary-general will be tasked to carry out technical duties during the karate competition.

For the record, karate competitions in the SEA Games will take place at the World Trade Center Metro Manila from December 7-9.

“We look forward to having you (Julian) in the Philippines as part of our SEA Games Family,” read the invitation letter signed by Philippines South East Asian Games Organising Committee (PHISGOC) executive director Tomas T. Carrasco.

Meanwhile, Audrey Jaypus will be the sole Sabah exponent in the national karate squad for the SEA Games. She will be competing in the women’s Kumite +61kg class and above.

   
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