Two Malaysian swimmers set to compete in Paris under new rule


PETALING JAYA: Malaysia are set to have two Olympic debutants in swimming in Paris after all.

Governing body for aquatics FINA have done away with the requirement that a swimmer needs to swim at the World Championships in Doha in February in order to be eligible for the Olympics in Paris.

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