Double push proves too much for Hoe Yean

Peerless: Singapore’s Joseph Isaac Schooling celebrates after winning the men’s 100m butterfly. — Reuters

KHIEW Hoe Yean was expressionless as he walked out of the pool but deep inside, he must have been ruing what could have been.

The 20-year-old carried the expectations of the whole swimming team to claim the country’s first gold medal in the pool at the My Dinh Aquatic Centre last night.

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