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No big splash from Rossharisham, Ken Nee

There was no joy for divers Rossharisham Roslan and Yeoh Ken Nee. The duo missed out on earning a place for Malaysia for the first time in the 3m springboard synchronised competition of the Beijing Olympics diving competition in the World Cup, which began in Beijing Tuesday.

Aquatics: Teen diver Pandelela gets nod to compete in World Cup

There was double joy for young Pandelela Rinong when the Malaysian team for the FINA Diving World Cup were finalised yesterday.

The highs – and the lows

The target was eight gold medals from the swimmers and divers. But the team chalked up their best-ever performance since the 2001 Kuala Lumpur Games.


No final day delight

There was no golden glitter for Malaysia on the final day of the diving competition at the Korat Sports Complex's Aquatics Centre.

Our divers plunge their way to five-gold haul in one day

THE divers provided the biggest cheers for Malaysia with impressive show of skills to make a clean sweep of all five gold medals at stake on the busiest day of the diving competition at the Aquatics Centre in the Korat Sports Complex yesterday.

Pandelela becomes youngest winner, thanks to her family

ENCOURAGEMENT from her brother and other family members inspired young Pandelela Rinong to play her part with Cheong Jun Hoong in retaining the women's 10m platform synchronised diving title for Malaysia at the Aquatics Centre in the Korat Sports Complex yesterday.

Ken Nee, Mun Yee can make history in springboard events

IT'S a feat yet to be achieved in SEA Games diving but Yeoh Ken Nee and Leong Mun Yee certainly have the ability to pull it off for Malaysia when the competitions start in Korat today.

Divers not happy with antiquated diving boards

THE Malaysian diving team did not like what they saw of the spanking new facilities at the Aquatics Centre in the Korat Sports Complex when they went for their first practice session Monday morning.

Divers set for another golden harvest in the SEA Games

The Malaysian divers have the quality to grab the lion's share of the gold medals in next month's SEA Games. But for that to happen, fair judging must prevail in Korat.