Swimming: Quah Zheng Wen rediscovers the thrill of racing as Tokyo Games loom on horizon

Quah believes he is in a good spot and moving forward well.
Quah believes he is in a good spot and moving forward well.PHOTO: LIANHE ZAOBAO

SINGAPORE - The coronavirus pandemic has muddled visions and put plans off kilter for plenty. But when you're an athlete bound for the Olympics, you still have to do the things you did before, even if you may have to do them a little differently.

And with the fate of the Tokyo Games having been up in the air for so long, the drag was growing on Singapore swimmer Quah Zheng Wen. A good outing at the March 3-6 San Antonio leg of the Pro Swim Series in Texas, however, has reinvigorated him.

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