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FT swimmer Keith Lim caps last Sukma in record-breaking fashion

KEITH LIM bade farewell to the Malaysia Games (Sukma) in perfect fashion by breaking the Games record twice en route to successfully defending the boys’ 50m freestyle title.

Elynn’s a handful for rivals as she grabs fifth gold for Penang

IT’S high five for swimmer Elynn Tan Yilin (pic).

Jing Fu and Co make huge waves in the pool

NG JING FU splashed to a surprise double and a new Games record as he joined a host of youngsters to make heads turn on the penultimate day of swimming competition at the Tuanku Zara Aquatic Centre.

A pleasant surprise: Selangor’s Ng Jing Fu posing with his 200m breaststroke gold medal at the Tuanku Zara Aquatic Centre yesterday.

Wei Tze smashes Games record en route to breaststroke gold

FOONG Wei Tze (pic) bowed out of the Malaysia Games (Sukma) stage in stylish fashion, breaking the Games record en route to delivering a precious gold for Melaka on the third day of the swimming competition at the Tuanku Zara Aquatic Centre.

USOC must do more to help retiring athletes - Phelps

(Reuters) - American swimmer Michael Phelps says the U.S. Olympic Committee (USOC) should do more to help Olympians transitioning into retirement, saying they are all too often "brushed aside" as the focus shifts to the next generation of talent.

Applications for swimming coach post pouring in

IPOH: Twenty six and counting.

Selangor earn boasting rights after winning two events

SELANGOR divers flexed their muscles by grabbing two out of three gold medals at stake on the second day of the diving competition at the Tuanku Zara Aquatic Centre.

Chia Tong ends Melaka’s 18-year wait for swimming gold

SWIMMER Goh Chia Tong (pic) ended an 18-year agonising wait for Melaka when she powered her way to victory in the girls’ 200m backstroke race at the Tuanku Zara Aquatic Centre in Ipoh.

Faang Der reclaims the national 400m individual medley record

SELANGOR powered their way to four gold medals but it was Johor swimmer Tia’a Faang Der who set the pool alight with a new national record and breaking a 16-year-old Games record in the boys’ 400m individual medley event.

I see gold: Johor’s Tia’a Faang Der posing with his gold medal in the boys’ 400m individual medley event. His time of 4:30.48 also broke the national and Games record.

Silver on his debut isn’t bad at all for FT’s Steve

IT was not gold but Federal Territories swimmer Steve Khiew was a pleased boy.

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