Chan Jie can still fly despite leaving national squad to train on his own

Great splash: Selangor’s Chan Jie in action during the 50m butterfly event and (pic, below) posing with his silver medal won at the Malaysian Open in Bukit Jalil yesterday. — GLENN GUAN / The Star

KUALA LUMPUR: Chan Jie may no longer be in the national swimming programme but he still has not lost his competitive edge.

The 28-year-old just missed out on rewriting his own national record in the men’s 50m butterfly by 0.01s after taking silver for Selangor in the first day action of the Malaysian Open at the National Aquatic Centre in Bukit Jalil yesterday.

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