National body introduce new system to select quality divers after missing Olympics


Lone qualifier: Bertrand Rhodict is the only diver to have qualified for the Paris Olympics.

KUALA LUMPUR: A transparent system will be put in place to select national divers for international championships in the wake of the disastrous showing at the World Championships in Doha, Qatar.

Malaysia Swimming Federation (MSF) secretary Andy Low said the management will implement Quality Management Systems (QMS) to evaluate and select divers for international championships.

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