Nur Dhabitah Sabri, the youngest Malaysian diver has won the first gold medal for Malaysia at the Hanoi Sea Games 2021.
Recorded with 290.45 points, Dhabitah has successfully topped other divers in the women’s 1-meter springboard individual at the My Dinh Aquatic Centre in Hanoi, Vietnam.
Meanwhile, Nur Dhabitah Sabri’s compatriot, Kimberly Bong Qian Ping chalked up 230 points, making her win a silver medal.
Nur Dhabitah Sabri: Past Gold Medals In SEA Games
Talking about past competition in SEA Games of Nur Dhabitah Sabri, she has successfully won 4 gold medals in her previous SEA Games outings in Naypyidaw SEA Games 2013, Kallang SEA Games 2015, Kuala Lumpur SEA Games 2017, Capas SEA Games 2019, and the latest is in the Hanoi SEA Games 2021, added one more gold medal to her collection.
- Naypyidaw, Myanmar SEA Games (2013) – Women synchronized 10-meter platform diving competition with Leong Mun Yee at the Wunna Theikdi Aquatics Centre
- Kallang, Singapore SEA Games (2015) – 3-meter platform synchronized springboard competition with Ng Yan Yee at the OCBC Aquatic Centre
- Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia SEA Games (2017) – 3-meter platform synchronized springboard competition with Ng Yan Yee at the National Aquatic Centre
- Capas, Philippines SEA Games (2019) – 3-meter platform synchronized springboard competition with Ng Yan Yee at the New Clark City Aquatics Centre
- Hanoi, Vietnam SEA Games (2021) – women’s 1-meter springboard individual at the My Dinh Aquatics Centre
On top of that, Nur Dhabitah Sabri is also expected to win her sixth gold medal along with the diving queen, Pandalela Rinong in the synchronized 10-meter platform event at the same venue this upcoming Wednesday, 11 May 2022.
As Malaysians, we are very proud of the Malaysian athletes who take place in the 31st SEA Games. Let’s all hope for nothing but the best for Malaysian competitors in the SEA Games! Fighting! Read more on RISE