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SWIMMING is a big worry to Malaysia in the SEA Games as the two-gold haul from the pool, thanks to explosive performances from woman breaststroker Phee Jinq En, is the lowest haul since Chiang Mai SEA Games in 1995 (2-2-2).
PHEE Jinq En is a flying star and a truly shining example for Malaysian athletes. She sacrificed her time, studies and even exams to fly in from the United States to focus on realising her dream to claim the women’s 50m and 100m breaststroke titles in her third SEA Games.
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IT is an old story. Malaysia failed to meet the target of the biggest gold medal haul outside of the country, But wait. There’s also a new story, And it’s about the young.
THE swimming team failed to meet their three-gold target but coach Chris Martin does not think they did too badly. In fact, he believes this team are destined for big things in the future.
PHEE Jinq En cried in the morning, wondering if she could meet the great expectations on her.
MANILA: National swimmer Phee Jinq En set a new national and SEA Games record en route to winning her second swimming gold medal at the Philippines SEA Games.
AGONY was written all over swimmer Welson Sim’s (pic) face at the end of the men’s 200m freestyle race at the New Clark City Aquatic Centre.
THERE was disbelief on Phee Jinq En’s face as she glanced up at the board. She had won the gold – by one hundredth of a second, the narrowest of margins.
Malaysians in action at the SEA Games in Manila.