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PETALING JAYA: National diving coach Yang Zhuliang will return to Australia end of this month but he will not sever his ties with former world champion Cheong Jun Hoong.
PETALING JAYA: First, there was Bryan Nickson Lomas who became the youngest Olympic debutant for Malaysia in Athens in 2004. Then it was Pandelela Rinong’s turn in Beijing four years later.
PETALING JAYA: The sight of platform diver Quan Hongchan plunging into the waters with hardly a ripple will be a lasting impression from the Tokyo Games.
PETALING JAYA: Diver Pandelela Rinong (pic) will be Malaysia’s flag bearer in tonight’s closing ceremony at the Olympic Stadium.
PETALING JAYA: The Youth and Sports Ministry, National Sports Council (NSC) and Malaysia Swimming must combine forces to come up with effective strategies to make diving a medal contributor again in future Olympics.
APART from badminton, I believe diving is the most exciting Olympic sporting event for most Malaysians. Probably, this has to do with the fact that Malaysian athletes have traditionally done very well in both events, with the best result being a silver medal back in Rio Olympics 2016.
PETALING JAYA: Diving coach Yang Zhuliang hailed Cheong Jun Hoong for her never-say-die spirit but rued what could have been something special in the women’s 10m platform individual event.
PETALING JAYA: There was no expression on Pandelela Rinong’s face when she came out of the waters after the first dive.
PETALING JAYA: Pandelela Rinong's hopes of winning a medal in third straight Olympics ended after a first dive disaster in the women's individual 10m platform final.