Aspiring neuroscientist Bryan betters two national marks in London

A job well done: Bryan Leong is among five Malaysian swimmers who have already made the cut for the upcoming world meet in Fukuoka, Japan, in July.

PETALING JAYA: Swimmer Bryan Leong made a big splash in London by rewriting two of his national records at the AP Race London International.

It was certainly an experience to remember for Bryan as he not only snatched the silver medal in his pet 100m butterfly event after posting 53.02s in the final but also had the privilege of racing with top South African swimmer Chad Le Clos.

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