PETALING JAYA: Mohd Ezuan Nasir Khan is just not finished along with his taking pictures profession but.
Despite being out from the nationwide programme for two years, the 33-year-old rifle shooter has stored himself in prime type on the Navy base in Lumut with a hope of qualifying for the Vietnam SEA Games in Hanoi from May 12-23.
The 2018 Asian Games silver medallist Ezuan has not competed in any worldwide match because the 2019 Philippines SEA Games, the place he got here in need of successful a medal.
His title has been included in the lengthy listing for the SEA Games and he hopes to make the reduce.
He is hoping to indicate his mettle in the Selangor Shooting Championships, which is predicted to be organised in March.
“I’ve been training on my own without a coach for some time now but my game is not rusty.
“I’ve kept myself busy with training,” mentioned Ezuan, who has represented the nation for 14 years.
“Hopefully, I will be able to make my mark in the upcoming local tournament and win a slot to represent Malaysia at the SEA Games. He has been competing in every SEA Games since the 2011 edition in Indonesia but his most memorable is winning the 50m rifle prone gold at the Kuala Lumpur Games in 2017.
Ezuan admitted the Covid-19 pandemic had made life difficult but it did not stop him from training.
“The year 2020 was tough because I was unable to train but I’ve been going through a more regimented training since last year,” he mentioned.
“I know there are many juniors coming up to give seasoned campaigners like us a tough time but I’ll be ready to face them this time.”
Besides SEA Games, Ezuan can even be eyeing for a spot in the squad for the Asian Games in Hangzhou, China in September.