It’s a long wait for joyful days, Tamara tells Joe Ee

NATIONAL rhythmic gymnast Ng Joe Ee, (pic) who only made it into the national team to the Asian Games after an appeal, has a mountain to climb in Hangzhou and will have to take it one step at a time.

The 17-year-old Joe Ee, who sprang a surprise by winning the ball and ribbon events in the Birmingham Commonwealth Games last year, was initially not given the nod to compete at the Asiad.

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