ISKANDAR PUTERI: Paralympian Chew Wei Lun, who won silver in boccia for Malaysia at the recently concluded Tokyo Paralympics 2020, is eyeing a place in the next Paralympics, which will be held in France in 2024.
The 26-year-old, who was born in Johor Baru, said to book his ticket to Paris 2024 Paralympics, all he needs to do is to ensure he has enough points through entering boccia competitions to qualify.
"The next Paralympic is still a long way to go but I really want to qualify for the games. I must make sure that I have enough points to put me in Paris 2024," he added.
Wei Lun said this when met after receiving RM15,000 in cash incentives from Johor Mentri Besar Datuk Hasni Mohammad for his outstanding performance during the Tokyo Games at KotaRead More »
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