KUALA LUMPUR, 30 OCTOBER 2023 – Huawei, a leading global technology company, proudly continues its steadfast support for the Asian Para Games 2022. In a powerful demonstration of its dedication to acknowledging exceptional athletes, Huawei has presented 37 medallist with the latest wearable technology, the HUAWEI WATCH GT 4. This recognition serves as a testament to the dedication and hard work of these remarkable athletes who relentlessly invested in pursuing their dreams.
The Asian Para Games 2022 witnessed the convergence of inspiring athletes who showcased extraordinary talents and perseverance. In honour of their exceptional achievements, Huawei hosted a special awards ceremony at the National Sports Council Malaysia recently. The event was officiated by Yang Berhormat Ms. Hannah Yeoh, Minister of Youth & Sports Malaysia, and Yang Berusaha Tuan Haji Abdul Rashid Yaakob, Acting Director General of the National Sports Council.
Distinguished athletes such as Bonnie Bunyau Gustin (Men’s Powerlifting), Datuk Abdul Latif Romly (Men’s Long Jump), Noor Imanina Idris (Women’s Shot Put), and Ahmad Fizzi Rosni (Men’s 400M) were among the athletes who received the prestigious HUAWEI WATCH GT 4 during the ceremony. These athletes have exhibited unparalleled dedication and remarkable achievements, and Huawei takes immense pride in supporting them on their continued journey toward excellence.
During the event, Yang Berhormat Ms. Hannah Yeoh expressed her deep appreciation for Huawei’s partnership and their commitment to recognising athletes who have triumphed over their challenges to compete in the Asian Para Games. She highlighted the collaborative effort between Huawei and the National Sports Council of Malaysia, indicating the potential for more enduring and concrete support in the future. This partnership also signifies Huawei’s dedication to providing cutting-edge fitness and health solutions for athletes and everyday users, marking over a decade of technological innovation in the HUAWEI WATCH GT 4.
Victor Xu, Country Director of Huawei Consumer Business Group (CBG) Malaysia, reaffirmed the company’s commitment to supporting the Asian Para Games and its dedication to introducing groundbreaking sports features in the wearable market. Huawei is proud to seamlessly blend technology with design, sports, health, and fashion in the HUAWEI WATCH GT 4, offering athletes and users state-of-the-art fitness tracking and health monitoring capabilities.
“We stand firmly behind our athletes, celebrating their victories and supporting the future of Malaysian sports,” Victor Xu stated proudly.
Huawei remains dedicated to supporting athletes in their pursuit of excellence, and the company’s partnership with the Asian Para Games 2022 underscores its commitment to recognising and celebrating the incredible achievements of these athletes.
The HUAWEI WATCH GT 4, available in 46mm and 41mm sizes, represents meticulous craftsmanship in every detail. It reaches new heights in aesthetics, embodying elegance and sophistication through its new geometric design. Engineered for optimal comfort, the HUAWEI WATCH GT 4 series is constructed with premium materials and a stylish metallic exterior, seamlessly integrating the smartwatch into daily life, mirroring the principles of balance, harmony, and innovative design.
In addition to its support for the Asian Para Games, Huawei invites Malaysians to join the athletes in the “Light Up Your Rings Challenge.” By downloading the HUAWEI Health App, setting fitness goals, and achieving them, participants can receive Huawei’s exclusive E-Medal. For more information on the challenge, please visit https://bit.ly/LightUpYourRings-PR.