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Jellson dives into his books as SPM exams loom after YOG outing

PETALING JAYA: It’s back to the books for diver Jellson Jabillin after making his presence felt in his first and only Youth Olympic Games in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Diver Wendy to undergo op in bid for glory at Tokyo Games

PETALING JAYA: The season is over for Indonesia Asian Games silver medallist diver Wendy Ng Yan Yee, who is going under the knife to fix a nagging shoulder injury.

Time-out: Wendy Ng Yan Yee will have an operation tomorrow for her injured shoulder and she hopes to recover in time for the Tokyo Olympic Games in 2020.

Harvard Diving coach resigns after sexual misconduct allegations

(Reuters) - Harvard University's Athletic Department said on Tuesday that its head diving coach, Chris Heaton, had stepped down, amid accusations of sexual misconduct.

Youth Olympics: Singapore 2010 feat a tough act to follow

PETALING JAYA: Pandelela Rinong and Loh Zhiayi made their mark in diving at the previous Youth Olympic Games (YOG) but the proud record is likely to end in the third edition starting in Buenos Aires, Argentina, from tomorrow.

Diver Loh Zhiayi sets sights on Olympics after returning from eye injury

AFTER returning from a left eye injury that almost ended her career, Loh Zhiayi has set her sights on qualifying for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

One for the album: Nurul Izzah Anwar (Permatang Pauh MP) and Deputy Youth and Sports Minister Steven Sim (front right) posing with 3m springboard gold medallist Loh Zhiayi (back, centre), silver medallist Adeline Chin (back, left) and   third-place Koh Hui Yan at the Tuanku Zara Aquatic Centre yesterday.

Jellson bounces back from costly mistake to claim gold

A MISTAKE in one of the dives nearly put paid to Sabah diver Jellson Jabillin’s hope for the gold medal.

Kimberly continues Sarawak’s domination in diving

FROM Elizabeth Jimie to Pandelela Rinong and now Kimberly Bong (pic) – Sarawak are indeed the giants in diving.

Terengganu are the greenhorns in the diving competition

TERENGGANU divers were handpicked from Perhentian Island just five months before the ongoing Malaysia Games (Sukma) in Perak.

Sabahan Gilbert can thank his rivals after landing first gold

A SUDDEN gust of wind almost blew away Gabriel Gilbert Daim’s chance of winning his first Sukma gold medal in diving.

‘Under Pressure’ a tune diver Adeline can relate too

IPOH: One would think that after winning nine medals, it would only get easier – but it’s not the case for Selangor diver Adeline Chin.

File photo of Selangor’s Koh Hui Yan and Adeline Chin Wei Ling (left) with their gold medal in the women’s 3m springboard synchro in Kuching, 2016.

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