Olympian fails to qualify for SEA Games on merit

PETALING JAYA: Two-time Olympian Welson Sim will not be swimming in the SEA Games for the first time since 2013 after failing to qualify on merit for the Cambodia edition in May.

Welson was the notable absentee when the Malaysia Swimming Federation (MSF) named the final list yesterday for the SEA Games swimming competition in Phnom Penh from May 5-17.

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