Dentist-to-be Jayden reaps rewards for long hours of training

Good combo: Jayden Tan (right) said coach Zhang Hongbo has helped him in many aspects of his training and preparation for competition.

PETALING JAYA: Long hours of drills in training has paid dividends for dental student and national swimmer Jayden Tan.

The 18-year-old is not just bound for the World Championships in Fukuoka, Japan in July but has also qualified on merit for the Hangzhou Asian Games in September.

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