FT’s rhythmic gymnasts eager to win big after Joe Ee’s shattered 2020 dream


Standout performer: Federal Territories’ Lezane Tan Li Hwe is the top qualifier for the hoop and ball, and is expected to top the individual apparatus finals. — KAMARUL ARIFFIN / The Star

THEY can be fondly called Ng Joe Ee’s angels as the Federal Territories rhythmic gymnasts are out to garner the lion’s share of golds that eluded their idol two years ago.

Joe Ee was primed for a clean sweep in the Malaysia Games (Sukma) when it was supposed to be held in Johor in 2020 but the postponement and cancellation of the Games due to Covid-19 ended her hopes of winning gold.

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