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Tokyo 2020 Paralympics: Get To Know The 22 Athletes Representing Malaysia

Read more: Malaysia made its Paralympic Games debut at the 1972 Summer Paralympics in Heidelberg, with a delegation of three athletes, all of whom competed in both track and field, and weightlifting.

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About: Brenda Anellia Larry

She has competed in the 2020 Summer Paralympics in swimming events. The six-time world champion took 41 minutes to defeat home shuttler, Taiyo Imai, 21-19, 21-12, on the third day of badminton held in Yoyogi National Stadium. The Malaysians will be competing in archery, athletics, badminton, boccia, cycling, powerlifting, swimming, table tennis and wheelchair tennis.

About: Brenda Anellia Larry

In the second set, the second seed of the Games was in no match for Taiyo, as the former managed to produce a scintillating display from the start to win 21-12. Although she did not make it to the finals, she set an Asian record in the S5 women's 50m butterfly.

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Unstoppable Liek Hou tops Group B

Ridzuan is one of the 18 male athletes. He broke the world record with a 230kg lift en route to gold in the Para Powerlifting World Cup in Dubai in June. See also: This edition of the Paralympic Games will see 22 extraordinary Malaysian athletes in nine different sports going up against 167 countries—the most countries in the history of the Games.

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AYPG: Brenda brimming with confidence after Tokyo Paralympics debut

Brenda, who was born without both arms, had clocked 1:00:62 seconds during her round to breaking the Asian record set by herself at the 2019 World Series in Singapore.

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Emotion runs high at Paralympics Swimming

PETALING JAYA: One down and one more to go. It sets up what should be a tremendous race in the final Friday night, with Lisette Bruinsma of the Netherlands also in play for the podium after a 30. Meanwhile, men's SH6 physical disability badminton singles player Muhammad Amin Azmi is determined to bring home a medal for the country in his debut at the AYPG since first representing Malaysia at a tournament in Thailand in 2019.

Tokyo 2020 Paralympics: Get To Know The 22 Athletes Representing Malaysia

KUALA LUMPUR, Dec 1 -- National para swimmer Brenda Anellia Larry is confident of making a big splash at the 2021 Asian Youth Para Games AYPG in Bahrain, scheduled to start in Manama city tomorrow after having gained valuable experience during her debut at the 2020 Tokyo Paralympic Games last September. The semi-final match is scheduled to be held tomorrow morning while the final will be in the evening.