Games debutant Alfian sweeps Viet world champ away for shocking silat gold

Games debutant Alfian sweeps Viet world champ away for shocking silat gold

Singapore's SEA Games silat campaign ended on a high on Sunday, with Muhammad Nur Alfian Juma'en clinching gold in the men's Class F (70-75kg) category.

His feat was made all the more impressive by the fact that he defeated Vietnam's world champion Pham Van Ty in the final. With his success, Team Singapore's silat campaign ended with one gold medal and two bronzes.


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