London Olympics 2012 – part 11 Malaysia Athletes updates – Gold remains elusive

Gold Remains Elusive On Day Four Of 2012 Olympics

Anuar Mohamad

Anuar Mohamad – Image courtesy to: thelondon2012.blogspot.com

LONDON, 1 Aug (Bernama) — The gold medal in an Olympic Games remained elusive for Malaysian contingent on the fourth day of the world biggest sporting event as the divers failed to deliver the much awaited medal in the Women’s Synchronized 10 metre Platform final.

The Malaysian camp however were relieved when archer Khairul Anuar Mohamad booked a place in the third round elimination of the Men’s Individual event on Thursday.

Meanwhile, national shuttlers Koo Kien Keat/Tan Boon Heong nearly missed the quarter-finals slot, losing to the world number one duo from South Korea but managed to set a date with a Thai pair this Thursday.

At the London Aquatics Centre, divers Pandelela Rinong anak Pamg and Leong Mun Yee managed only the seventh out of eight participating countries.

They collected a total of 308.52 points in the five discipline event.

Chinese divers Chen Roulin and Wang Hao won the gold with 368.40 points, Mexica’s Alejandra Crozco Loza and Paola Espinosa Sanchez grabbed the silver (343.32) while Roseline Filion/Meaghan Benfeito of Canada took the bronze (337.62).

Source courtesy to: The London 2012 blogspot

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