Malaysian Runner Impressed The Crowds in 4x100m Relay at S’pore Open

The national women’s 4x100m relay team delivered an outstanding performance at the Singapore Open Track & Field Championships, demonstrating their dominance in the sport.

Image Credit: Screengrab from PJPK PENGKALAN (YouTube)

In the final race, Malaysia’s Zaidatul Husniah Zulkifli, Azreen Nabila Alias, Nur Aishah Rofina Aling, and Nur Afrina Mohamad Rizal competed against Singapore and Thailand. They completed the race in 45.7 seconds and brought home the gold medal.

However, the audience was amazed by Nur Aishah’s exceptional performance in the final leg, where she surpassed Singapore’s anchor in the last few metres, successfully catching everyone off guard.

Singapore finished in second place with a time of 45.82 seconds, while the Thai team won the bronze medal, finishing the race in 46.06 seconds.

With the fantastic win, Malaysia added another medal to their total tally at the championships. They finished with an impressive record of 13 gold, 8 silver, and 3 bronze medals, which will undoubtedly boost their confidence for the upcoming SEA Games scheduled from May 5 to 17.

All three runners surely made Malaysians proud with their exceptional performance during the relay! Congratulations, Team Malaysia ️

Source: The Vibes

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