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KUALA LUMPUR: Diver Bryan Nickson Lomas is not likely to get a chance to defend his platform title in the Myanmar SEA Games in December.
The 23-year-old, who took leave from the national team to concentrate on his sports science studies at Universiti Malaya early this year, is planning to make a comeback at the Games.
There is also a chance that the Asian and Commonwealth Games medallist may be called up to compete in the World University Games in Kazan, Russia, in July.
Malaysia diving coach Yang Zhuliang, however, believes that Bryan is in no shape to compete at international level.
“He is in no condition to compete as he has not been training for quite some time. I don’t know what his current physical condition is as his last competition was the London Olympics in August last year.”
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