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Malaysia sports official Datuk Mumtaz worries her athletes may put on extra weight after being over-served food at SEA Games

Malaysia Athletics Federation deputy president Datuk Mumtaz Jaafar has aired her concern about her athletes competing at SEA Games.

"We arrived three days before athletics start and, after looking at the mess hall, I’m worried that some of my athletes might over-indulge and put on extra weight," she said in an interview with the Straits Times.

Mumtaz and the rest of the Malaysian Athletics delegation are in the New Clark City Sports Complex for the 2019 Southeast Asian Games. According to her the wide-ranging menu on offer was simply too goo to resist, where the organisers are serving six meals per day.

"The food is delicious, even better than those served at some hotels... and it’s open 23 hours every day.

"With the athletics venue across the road from the Village, I'm afraid they might have too much time in their hands and the mess hall might become the focal point," Mumtaz said.

Breakfast are serve from 5am, while the last call for supper is 4am the next day, however,  four more feeding scheduled were served in between daily.

As of the posting Malaysia earned 18 Golds, 5 Silver, and 14 Bronze with overall 37 medals.

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