Oesting: Short course training will benefit swimmers over the long run

PETALING JAYA: There has been little emphasis on short course training but things will change from now on.

Malaysia Swimming Federation (MSF) technical director for swimming Megan Oesting (pic) is proposing that the national swimmers be put through the paces of short course training as well.

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