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Global virtual hunt raises funds for visually challenged athletes in Malaysia

15 June 2022, Kuala Lumpur (AFTNN) – The Malaysian Blind Sports Association (MBSA) launched the MBSA International Charity E-Hunt which will take place in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on 24 July 2022 and registration has open to the public.

Participants need to be 12 years and above and will each receive a free T-shirt, E-Certificate and bountiful cash prizes as reward for winners. Participation fee is RM120 (Malaysian residents) and USD50 (international).

The MBSA International Charity E-Hunt will bring the participants on a virtual tour to all states in Malaysia, exploring and touring from their armchair, each given 50 catchy and mind boggling questions to find the answers. Hunting virtually and winning jubilantly are the order of the day and intrinsically gaining experience traveling in Malaysia and most important of all, understanding the concept behind sports for the visually impaired, or Blind Sports.

Your participation helps Visually Challenged Athletes achieve their desired goals.

Register here:

Malaysian Blind Sports Association


MBSA is a nonprofit Voluntary National Organization for the Blind, registered with the Malaysian Sports Commissioner on the 8th June, 2010 (Registration Number : 3786/2010). It is affiliated to the International Blind Sports Federation, International Blind Bowls Association and Paralympic Council of Malaysia.

Our main Objective is to develop Sports among the Visually Challenged Personnel in Malaysia and give them the opportunities to participate in the Para Games. The spirit of “Sports for All ” encompasses the inclusive of every citizen in our country.

Since MBSA’s inception, in 2010, the Visually Challenged Athletes have been actively involved in Athletics, Swimming, Judo, Goalball, Football, Powerlifting, Shooting, Tandem Cycling, Tenpin Bowling, Chess and Lawn Bowls not only in local but also in International Championships. The new Blind Games in the pipeline are Showdown and Archery.


The recent victory in Tokyo Paralympics 2020, with 3 Gold and 2 Silver, has given MBSA a rejuvenated enthusiasm to participate in the upcoming Disability Sports. 



Aspirations of the MBSA can only become a reality with magnanimous tax exempted financial support to the Visually Challenged Athletes which contribute towards training, purchasing of equipment and participation in Sports Championships (estimated expenditure of RM540,000 or US$122,171 per year). 

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