INCHEON – Hasihin Sanawi, the 2012 London Paralympic Games silver medalist, believes he is at peak form for the 2014 Asian Para Games since coming under a new coach.
He was pleased to regain his touch after undergoing training with Malaysia’s Paralympic archery squad chief coach, Abd Rahman Saayon.
After 2012, his performance has been inconsistent.
“But now I have started to feel comfortable with the new coach as he knows my techniques. We could work together very well.
“He taught me alot and help me regain my form…so I hope I can deliver a medal for the national contingent at the Asian Para Games,” he told reporters at a training session at the Gyeyang Asiad Archery Field, here today.
Commenting on the challenge of the Asian Para Games in Incheon, Hasihin said the national archery squad could face stiff competition in the recurve combination (on wheelchair and standing) event. – BERNAMA