Muhammad Zaki Mahazan
An archer fires their bow.
Place of birth: Kedah
Previous Olympics: 0
Previous medals: 0
A silver medal at last October's Asian Archery Championships in Tehran saw Muhammad Zaki Mahazan qualify for London 2012 and helped to ease the young archer's disappointment at a 146-138 defeat to Iranian Reza Zamaninejad in the final.
Mahazan carried his good form into the following month's Southeast Asian games in Indonesia, where he collected a bronze medal after overcoming Myanmar's Ye Min Swe - although he enjoyed some luck along the way as his opponent made a crucial error when his third arrow slipped out of the bow and fell just two metres in front of him.
Mahazan also enjoyed success in the mixed team compound and men's team compound events, winning silver medals in both.
The archer, who will be making his Olympic debut, can also boast a third-place finish at the first Asian Archery Grand Prix in 2010, the same year he finished 33rd at the Commonwealth Games in Delhi and also reached the second round of the World Cup in Shanghai.