Swimming needs major changes to stop the decline

I got this: Khiew Hoe Yean (right) reacts after winning the men’s 200m freestyle final. — GLENN GUAN/The Star

HOW the tide has turned for Malaysian swimming.

In Vietnam 2003, Malaysia had the likes of Alex Lim Keng Liat, Allen Ong and Siow Yi Ting who splashed to eight gold medals to help the swimming team place third overall.

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