Rayzam has not competed since winning the 110m hurdles gold medal at the Kuala Lumpur Sea Games in August, which came 10 years after his first Sea Games win in 2007. Sea Games gold medalist Rayzam Shah Wan Sofian returns to the track in February for the first time in six months in the hope that 2018 will lead to an Asian Games podium finish in Indonesia. NSTP file pic /MALAI ROSMAH TUAHRayzam has a choice of competing at either the Asian Indoor Championships in Teheran on Feb 1-3 or the Asian Games Test meet in Palembang on Feb 11-15. Sabah-born Rayzam is hoping to carry his form into the new year with the Asian Games in August top of his list of priorities. "My target for this year is to win a medal at the Asian Games," said Rayzam, who has yet to make his Asian Games debut.
Source: New Strait Times January 03, 2018 09:45 UTC