Shun shines after gloomy days


All smiles: Lim Shun Qi stole the limelight by winning the 200m butterfly event.

HOW Selangor’s swimmer Lim Shun Qi wished her father Lim Peir Seng was present to see her crowning moment in the Malaysia Games (Sukma).

Shun Qi gave up swimming and quit the national team after her father passed away because of pancreatic cancer in March but she was coaxed back to the sport to represent her state.

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