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Raihan JIbon
Aug 03, 2022
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Previous Five East Games, He Won Two Golds, One Silver and One Bronze in His Debut in 2011; 6 Golds in 2013, 9 Golds in 2015, 6 Golds in 2017, and 4 Golds and 1 Silver in the Last Session (2019). Josephine Has Only Participated in Four Competitions This Year, and He Has to Make Adjustments Between Military Service and Swimming Training. to Be Able to Achieve a Personal Record of 5 Consecutive Championships in the 100-Meter Butterfly in This Sea Games Is Quite a Feat. Remarkable. a Sports Commentator Said This in One of the Games: Joselin May No Longer Be the World Champion, but He Is Still the Fastest Swimmer in Southeast Asia. Rts7vs48 Photo Credit: Reuters/ Dazhi Image Joselin Won the Men's 100m Butterfly Gold executive list Medal at the Southeast Asian Games. Rts7vruu Photo Credit: Reuters/ Dazhi Image Singaporean Swimmer Joselin. in an Interview with the Straits Times a Few Days Ago, Josephine Said Frankly When Answering How to Balance Military Service and Swimming Training: "As a Swimmer, on the One Hand, You Must Meet the Expectations of the Chinese People, and on the Other Hand, You Have to Do Things That You Have to Do, Such as Competition Training Requirements, and You Have to Make Time to Complete the Things You Must Do. Stuck in the Two in Between, It Is Very Challenging.” He Thinks It's Time for a National Conversation to Have a Good Talk, "Let's Sit Down and Talk About What to Expect from Service Athletes." It Sounds Like Josephine Hasn't Had a Good Few Months, and Seems to Have Struggled. However, He Said "Progress Has Been Made" in Balancing Military Service and Swimming Training Over the Past Few Months. He Stressed That Ns Is a Must, but Also Needs to Find a Balance Between Expectations and Reality. "Ultimately, Whether I'm in Good Shape or Not,
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