Swimming legend Nurul urges MS affiliates to play their part to bring about change

Deputy Chef de Mission, Nurul Huda Abdullah during press conference on Sea Games 2019 at Media Press Centre, Asean Convenction Centre. FAIHAN GHANI/The Star.

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian swimming great Nurul Huda Abdullah has urged affiliates of the Malaysia Swimming Federation (MS) to put their votes to good use if they want to see changes in the sport.

Nurul said stakeholders can take action if they are not happy with the current state of Malaysian swimming.

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