Jinq En: Groom new talents, give usual suspects a break

My Phee-ling: Jinq En believes people who are in a position of power need to re-evaluate what needs to be done or changed in order for our young swimmers to move up.

PETALING JAYA: Two-time Olympian Phee Jinq En wants the National Sports Council (NSC) and Malaysia Swimming (MS) to start grooming new talents and stop relying on the same swimmers to deliver.

Jinq En says that the governing bodies have to take the necessary actions to develop the sport as counting on the usual suspects is not the best way.

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