Paul Lê Nguyễn seen at the SEA Games two years ago. He is now training hard in the US for the target of hunting gold medal at the upcoming Games. — Photo nld.com.vn Thanh Nga Paul Lê Nguyễn, an overseas Vietnamese swimmer, is aiming for a new colour of medal at the upcoming Southeast Asian (SEA) Games in the Philippines. “My goal is to win more medals for Việt Nam and make everyone proud of Việt Nam. Getting a gold medal is my most important goal for the country,” Nguyễn told Việt Nam News. Born in the US to Vietnamese parents, Nguyễn competed for the national swimming team at the SEA Games in Malaysia two years ago for the first time and grabbed bronze medals in the men’s 50m backstroke, 50m butterfly, 200m medley and 50m freestyle. “I won four bronze medals for Việt Nam and I was very happy. But when I went back to America to study, I was not happy. Bronze medals were not enough, I wanted to swim faster and get better medal. Too much bronze but not enough gold medals,” said Nguyễn. Currently, Paul is training for the Games at North Carolina State University with the American coach, Braden Holloway…. Read full this story
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