Joe Ee faces tough task to stand out at Asiad

KUALA LUMPUR: After less than encouraging performances in two recent tournaments, questions have been raised about the ability of national rhythmic gymnast Ng Joe Ee (pic) to stand out at the Asian Games in Hangzhou, China, starting from Sept 23-Oct 8.

Having bagged two golds in the ball and ribbon disciplines at the 2022 Birmingham Commonwealth Games last year, the 17-year-old did not shine at the 2023 Asian Rhythmic Gymnastics Championships in Manila, the Philippines, last May and the 40th World Rhythmic Gymnastics Championships in Valencia, Spain, recently.

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