Hoe Yean not Short of quality sparring in Australia as he seeks Paris ticket on merit


Valuable sessions: Khiew Hoe Yean has been training together with Australia’s world champion Sam Short in Brisbane since the beginning of the year.

PETALING JAYA: Two-time SEA Games champion Khiew Hoe Yean has set up base in Australia in his bid to achieve qualification on merit for the Paris Olympics.

The 21-year-old Hoe Yean has been training together with Australia’s world champion swimmer Sam Short in Brisbane since the beginning of the year.

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