KUALA LUMPUR: Rhythmic gymnast Amy Kwan Dict Weng grabbed the 100th SEA games gold medal for the country in style by winning the ribbon apparatus final, while teammate Koi Sie Yan dazzled with two individual apparatus golds.
The 22-year-old put up a stunning show to take the gold with 15.750 points at the Malaysian International Trade and Exhibition Centre (MiTEC) here on Monday.
It was Amy's second gold after winning the team final on Sunday.
Koi Sie Yan emerged as Malaysia's biggest winner in rhythmic gymnastics with a total of four gold medals.
The 18-year-old also won the clubs and hoop apparatus finals Monday. Her two other gold medals came from the team and individual all-around events.
She also took silvers in the ball and ribbon apparatus finals.
Youngster Izzah Amzan bagged the ball gold to ensure Malaysia made a clean sweep of all six gold medals in the rhythmic gymnastics competition.
Izzah also won a silver in the clubs.
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