Ironman Isaac on double duty in first SEA Games

PETALING JAYA: Competing in two events in a major championship can be daunting for any debutant but triathlete Isaac Tan Zhen Wei (pic) is taking it in his stride.

The 17-year-old Isaac will join Teo Zun Jet, Mayumi Shinozuka and Siobhain Doyle in the aquathlon relay and will join Nicholas Long in the men’s individual triathlon at the SEA Games in Cambodia from May 5-17.

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