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Name ABDUL HALIM Nur Ayuni Farhana Binti
NOC MAS - Malaysia Malaysia Date of Birth 18 MAR 1990
Residence Gender Female
Height 167 cm Weight 68 kg
Discipline Shooting

Shooting

Biographies Result
Date Time Event Results
Rank Record etc.
24 SEP 2014 09 : 00 50m Rifle Prone Women's Finals 21 614.7
24 SEP 2014 09 : 00 50m Rifle Prone Women's Team 3 1853.6
22 SEP 2014 09 : 00 10m Air Rifle Women's Qualification 17 412.9
22 SEP 2014 09 : 00 10m Air Rifle Women's Team 7 1236.3
20 SEP 2014 12 : 40 10m Air Rifle Women's Team 7 1236.3

Competition Highlights

RankEventYearLocationResult
Asian Games
1050m Rifle 3 Positions Team2010Guangzhou, CHN1690
1310m Air Rifle Team2010Guangzhou, CHN1166
2950m Rifle 3 Positions2010Guangzhou, CHN563
5210m Air Rifle2010Guangzhou, CHN379
World Cup
2110m Air Rifle2011Changwon, KOR395
2250m Rifle 3 Positions2012Munich, GER579
3010m Air Rifle2014Beijing, CHN408.1
3050m Rifle 3 Positions2012Milan, ITA573
3510m Air Rifle2014Munich, GER413.3
4210m Air Rifle2014Maribor, SLO411.6
4550m Rifle 3 Positions2013Munich, GER576
5110m Air Rifle2011Sydney, NSW, AUS391
5410m Air Rifle2011Fort Benning, GA, USA392
6410m Air Rifle2013Granada, ESP407.4
7710m Air Rifle2012London, GBR389
10510m Air Rifle2011Munich, GER389
12610m Air Rifle2013Munich, GER356.4
Asian Championships
2410m Air Rifle2014Kuwait City, KUW407.8
South East Asian Games
350m Rifle 3 Positions2011Indonesia675.40
Commonwealth Games
1310m Air Rifle2014Glasgow, GBR408.3
1350m Rifle Prone2014Glasgow, GBR612.3
World Ranking
5810m Air Rifle201432 (in progress)
50m Rifle 3 Positions2014 (in progress)

Detailed Information

Biography
Hobbies Reading. (ISSF, 17 Mar 2014)
Occupation Athlete, Student
Higher education University of Technology MARA [UiTM], Shah Alam, MAS
Languages Spoken Malay, English
Club Pahang, Malaysia
Coach Saidov Isroil (BLR) from 2010 (ISSF, 17 Mar 2014; Athlete, 15 Nov 2010)
Plays Shoots right (ISSF, 17 Mar 2014)
Sporting / famous Relatives Her younger brother Mohd Nurrahimin competed in shooting for Malaysia at the 2010 Commonwealth Games in Delhi, India. (themalaysiantimes.com.my, 13 Jan 2014)
Additional Information Start of sporting career
She took up shooting in 2006 and began competing a year later in Pahang, Malaysia. (ISSF, 17 Mar 2014; Athlete, 15 Nov 2010)

Reason for taking up this sport
She became interested in shooting after watching action movies. (hmetro.com.my, 2012)

Ambitions
To compete at the 2014 Asian Games in Incheon, Korea. (thestar.com.my, 07 Feb 2014)

Most memorable sporting achievement
Winning a gold medal at the 2010 Commonwealth Games in Delhi, India. (hmetro.com.my, 2012; Athlete, 15 Nov 2010)

Most influential person in career
Her parents. (Athlete, 15 Nov 2010)

Awards
She was named Pahang Sportswoman of the Year for the 2009/10 and 2011/12 seasons. (abnxcess.com, 25 Sep 2013; hmetro.com.my, 07 Oct 2011)

She was named Pahang Young Sportswoman of the Year for the 2007/08 season. (hmetro.com.my, 07 Oct 2011)

General
GLASGOW WITHDRAWAL
She withdrew from the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland, because her custom-made competition jacket, which helps her maintain posture and reduce sway, was lost along with the rest of her luggage on its way to Scotland. The lost luggage failed to arrive in time for registration for the shooting event at the Games. Team officials tried to borrow a jacket but it did not fit her, and attempts to make a new one were unsuccessful as she would have required several months to get used to it. (yahoo.com, 22 Jul 2014; GNS, 22 Jul 2014)

DEDICATION
She dedicated her silver and bronze medals at the 2009 South East Asia Games in Vientiane, Laos, to her grandmother who had died just before the tournament began. "It was unfortunate that my grandmother was unable to see these medals. I promised her I would do well before she passed away." (thestar.com.my, 11 Dec 2009)

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