Bryan: It’ll take two Olympic cycles to produce another diving medallist

Malaysian divers, Bryan Nickson Lomas in action during compete in men's 10m platform prelimanary round at Aquatics Centre yesterday. AZMAN GHANI / The Star

PETALING JAYA: Former world junior champion Bryan Nickson Lomas is no magician but he believes it is not impossible for Malaysia to produce another Olympic medallist in the sport again.

But it is definitely going to take a minimum of at least two Olympic cycles to make this a reality.

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