Malaysian quartet finish fifth for best show since 2010

Simply fantastic: South Korean swimmers celebrating after winning the men’s 4x200m freestyle relay final at the Hangzhou Aquatic Sports Centre. — AP

THERE was no national record but the men’s 4x200m freestyle quartet of Khiew Hoe Yean, Arvin Shaun Singh, Jayden Tan and Lim Yin Chuen were all smiles after coming out of the Hangzhou Aquatic Sports Centre pool last night.

The quartet, all first-timers at the Asian Games, clocked 7:22.08s to finish a creditable fifth behind Singapore (7:17.98s).

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