Win-win splash, as national swimmers savour Danish delight

It’s all about hard work: (from left) Mohd Dhuha Zulkifry, Danish stars Rasmus Nickelsen and Thea Blomsterberg, and Jayden Tan at the National Aquatic Centre in Bukit Jalil. — Speedo Malaysia Instagram

PETALING JAYA: The presence of Denmark swimming stars Rasmus Nickelsen and Thea Blomsterberg in Bukit Jalil is expected to benefit the national swimming team.

The two Danes are currently training at the National Aquatic Centre with the locals under newly appointed national coach Eric Anderson.

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