Latest Sports News SEA Games Women’s Beautiful Jumping Champion

National diver Fong Kay Yian and Mira Dewan each took fifth place. And sixth in the women’s 1m diving final on Sunday (May 8) when the SEA Games diving competition takes place at Aquatic Sports Palace. T Malaysia’s Nur Dhabitah Sabri won her country’s first gold medal at this year’s Olympics. With a score of 290.45, with compatriot Kimberly Bong bagging silver with 230 points. Ngo Phuong Mai of Vietnam finished third (224). Fong, 25, is scheduled to compete in the women’s 3m jump on Monday with Ashlee Tan and will also take part in the women’s 3m jump on Tuesday.

In the 2019 edition, Fong teamed up with Ashlee Tan to win the silver medal in the women’s 3m synchronous jump. The duo won gold (2017) and silver (2019) at the event. Fong and Myra Lee both won bronze in 2013. Fong also won a bronze medal in the women’s 3m jump in 2015. Dewan, 20, who made her Olympic debut, will compete on the women’s 3m jump board on Tuesday. Vietnam athlete Ngo Phuong Mai expressed his regret when he could not win a silver medal for the Vietnamese sports delegation. The diving event took place in the final series of the women’s singles softball 1m SEA Games 31. In this context, the Vietnamese sports delegation had two competing athletes, namely Ngo Phuong Mai and Nguyen. Phuong Anh.

Sea Games Beautiful Jump Finals

The final was exciting when opponents such as Mira Dewan, Fong Kay Yian, Kimberly Bong Qian Ping, Nur Dhabitah Bte Sabri all performed superbly. The two Vietnamese athletes in the first competition series had less prominent rankings, constantly behind their opponents. However, in the last dance series, Phuong Mai has a relatively impressive breakthrough. With a total score of 224.00 points, Phuong Mai won the bronze medal in the women’s singles 1m softball jump. The gold medal belongs to Malaysian athlete Nur Dhabitah Bte Sabri with 290.45 points. Silver went to compatriot Sabri Kimberly Bong Qian Ping with 230.00 points.

After becoming the athlete who brought home the first medal for the Vietnamese delegation, Ngo Phuong Mai expressed his regret at not being able to win silver. He shared: “I was a bit surprised when I won bronze, but if I had played a little better, I might have won silver. Playing at home is also a bit stressful. If they had played better, the result would have been different. Today, the opponent showed excellent qualifications. They train and compete all year round. Anyway, it’s very valuable for me to win my first medal at home.” To keep up to date with International Sports news, keep up to date with the latest news from Sports News Site, EkingsNews.

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