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The 41-year-old mother of two returned from Scotland on Friday where she had a pair of advanced prosthetic hands fixed to her limbs.
SINGAPORE: Former national shooter Aishah Samad is taking a step closer to returning to the range.
Aishah lost all of her limbs last year after contracting a severe bacterial infection.
On Friday, the 41-year-old mother of two returned from Scotland where she had a pair of advanced prosthetic hands fixed to her limbs.
She was greeted by family members and friends at the Changi Airport.
The 2003 SEA Games bronze medallist said she cannot wait to return to the range and start shooting again.
"My goal is to go back to the Paralympics. I have called my ex-team mates to check for me and they said the Singapore Shooting Association got no problem with me shooting there.
"The bad news is I have got to get a sponsor. A good friend of mine is now liaising with Walthar Rifles to sponsor me on the rifles and stuff like that."