Kayalvhily is a name that needs no introduction when it comes to Malaysia Archery.
With that being said, National Archer Kayalvhily may have lost her chance to win the prestigious Malaysia Games title, but we are still happy and proud of your achievements. Despite maintaining the level of consistency throughout the entire match, it was not enough as she fell to Johor’s player, Nuraqilah Khairul (142-145), NST reported.
The Penang native has never failed to make us proud of her achievement as she’s been continuously making us proud by giving her best performance in all competitions.
The 23-year-old young lass joined the national team recently and proved her mettle on her international debut by winning a silver medal in the compound team event at the Asia Cup in Phuket in March 2022. On the other hand, she has also bagged a bronze medal in the 50metres women’s compound qualifying round at the Circuit 1 National Archery Championship 2022, in Bangi, Selangor.
Her journey in archery is indeed inspiring and it all started when her former national archer G. Shamani spotted her talent at the age of 14-years-old. According to Kayalvhily, her coach used to drop by the orphanage and taught her the basics of archery.
Despite returning home empty-handed this time, there will undoubtedly be another opportunity for you. All great champions will have to go through several battles, and winning or losing is merely a part of the process.
We look forward to cheering him on at future tournaments. Keep fighting, Kayalvhily!