Swimmer Hoe Yean misses bronze by a whisker

IT was heartbreaking for Khiew Hoe Yean who came just 0.31s away from becoming the first Malaysian medallist in the Asian Games swimming competition in 21 years.

The 21-year-old had to settle for fourth after fighting back from seventh spot after the first 150m distance to finish fourth at the end of the men’s 400m freestyle final at Hangzhou Aquatic Sports Centre last night.

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