Zun Jet and Sze Hui set to be Malaysia’s first aquathlon athletes in SEA Games

Proud of you both: Siblings Teo Zun Jet (right) and Teo Sze Hui (left) posing with their dad Yong Jiew.

PETALING JAYA: Swimming siblings Teo Zun Jet and Teo Sze Hui are on cloud nine – they will be the country’s first aquathlon athletes to compete in the SEA Games in Cambodia (May 5-17) after booking their tickets at the NX113 Aquathlon race in the inaugural SEA Open Water Swimming Championships at the Putrajaya Lake.

Only the top two Malaysians will qualify for the Games. The 17-year-old Zun Jet secured his spot after completing the race which comprises a 500m swim and 2.5km run, with a time of 16:12 to win the Elite Category.

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