Jern Rong can’t hit his Peak, but finds a new fire


New chapter: Chau Jern Rong and his father Chau Kin Cheng at their new restaurant in Klang. — The Peak Steamboat and Cafe

PETALING JAYA: National artistic gymnast Chau Jern Rong dislocated his knee before the last SEA Games in December. The pain was too much to bear and the fire in him was gone.

But after some hard-thinking over the last three months, he has found a new fire. The lithe, muscular man is now running a steamboat restaurant.

Article type: metered
User Type: anonymous web
User Status:
Campaign ID: 53
Cxense type: NA
User access status: 3
Subscribe now to our Premium Plan for an ad-free and unlimited reading experience!

Gymnastics , Chau Jern Rong , artistic

   

Next In Gymnastics

Lezane dreams of conquering the world in future
Zhafirah can be a star, says KL teacher-coach Clarissa
FT’s rhythmic gymnasts eager to win big after Joe Ee’s shattered 2020 dream
Terengganu’s Sharul saves his best for last
Zarith endures ankle injury to end campaign with four
Lively child Chun Chen develops into golden gymnast
Young gymnast Hannah, 13, shows splendid form to help KL win gold
Felicity mulling over possibility of coaching career
Rehabilitation won’t stop Rachel from playing mentor to Sukma gymnasts
Rachel go through surgery in bid to reach the top

Others Also Read