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Cristina makes amends with gold medal

9th February, 2018

By UMESH RAJAN

KOTA KINABALU: University Malaysia Sabah (UMS) exponent Cristina Ideris made amends by contributing one gold medal during the sixth day of the National Higher Learning Institutions Sports Championship (SUKIPT) that is ongoing at the National University of Malaysia (UKM) in Bangi, Selangor.

Cristina missed out on gold the previous day as she only managed silver in the Women’s Silat Class E division after a foul punch cost her the gold medal.

She however successfully delivered UMS their second gold medal of the championship after defeating Siti Hajar Mohd Azhar representing UiTM in the Women’s Karate Kumite above 68kg final.

For the record, on the opening day of the championship, UMS had won five medals from their taekwondo contingent with one gold, three silver and one bronze medal.

The first gold medal was contributed by Ahmady Radi and Nur Ifa Husna Saiful in the Mixed Pair Poomsae event while Ahmady also won one silver medal in the Men’s Individual Poomsae event.

Nur Ifa then partnered with Helena A’an Lisu and Cheong Pui Yen to snatch home the silver medal in the Women’s Poomsae Team Event while Cheong won bronze in the Women’s Individual Poomsae event.

The trio of Song Lubiou, Dominic Sew Khai Yuan and Bernicael Bernard Anak Megol contributed another silver medal to the UMS contingent in the Men’s Poomsae Team Event. For the record, the championship will end on Feb 10.

   
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