Butterfly queen Cindy is ranked No. 1 in the world

One for the album: Masters swimmer Cindy Ong (second from left) posing with her family members and elder brother Allen Ong (right), a former Olympian swimmer.

PETALING JAYA: Masters swimmer Cindy Ong raised the Malaysian flag high after she emerged as world No. 1 in the women’s butterfly 35-39 age-group.

Cindy’s time of 26.71 from the Japan Masters in January was the fastest for the 2020 season in the 50m freestyle, making her the first Malaysian to be ranked on top for a swimming discipline.

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