Seasoned swimmer Jinq En out to unleash fury at Asiad

Eager for action: Phee Jinq En will be making her second Asian Games appearance in Hangzhou.

KUALA LUMPUR: Seasoned campaigner Phee Jinq En is ready to unleash her frustration at missing out on last month’s World Championships by giving it a real go at the Hangzhou Asian Games in China from Sept 23-Oct 8.

The 25-year-old swimmer said she was disappointed that despite her intense preparation, her dream of featuring in the world meet in Japan was dashed when she contracted shingles just two days before leaving for Fukuoka.

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