MANILA, Philippines: Wendy Ng Yan Yee led from start to finish to claim the first diving gold for Malaysia in the 30th SEA Games at New Clark City Aquatics Center here.
Wendy earned 235.90 points in the five-dive 3m springboard individual final to take gold ahead of fellow teammate Jasmine Lai, who finished with 192.75.
Vietnam's Ngo Phuong Mai took bronze with 185.25.
Diving offers only four golds this time and Malaysia aims to make a clean sweep.
The Malaysian contingent has amassed a total of 24 gold medals at the games so far.
#SEAGames2019 | #Diving (W)— Team Malaysia (@TeamMsia) December 6, 2019
Ng Yan Yee - 298.90
Jasmine Lai - 241.95
Hari pembukaan & double medal kita raih sekaligus! Dah mula dah kontinjen #Diving kita sumbang pingat. Well done, girls. #TeamMsiaSukanSEA2019 #KamiTeamMalaysia pic.twitter.com/H1jmr16JWj
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