Hoe Yean wins second gold but wait for Paris qualification continues


PETALING JAYA: Reigning SEA Games swimming champion Khiew Hoe Yean (pic) claimed his second gold medal in the Singapore National Championships after winning the men’s 400m freestyle event yesterday.

But qualification on merit for Paris Olympics remains out of his reach as his winning time was outside the Olympic Consideration Time of 3:47.91s.

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