Nur Dhabitah Sabri – Wikipedia

malaysian diver

Sabri is a Nur Dhabitah. The Arabic-derived word “bin” or “binti”/”binte”, if used, means ‘son of’ or ‘daughter of’, respectively. In this Malay mention, there is no family name. The nameis a patronymic, and the person should be referred to by the given list. The Arabic-derived word “ bin ” or “ binti ” / ” binte ”, if used, means ‘son of ‘ or ‘daughter of ‘, respectively. Nur Dhabitah binti Sabri ( give birth 12 July 1999 ) is a malaysian loon.

early and personal life [edit ]

Dhabitah was born in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia to Sabri Hashim and Fazidah Jaafar. She is the youngest among four siblings. initially, she started her aquatic exposure through float clubs. After respective contest, her father decided to switch her into diving due to her small body physique. She learned swimming and diving together with her older brother, Muhammad Danial Sabri. Both of them were planning to debut internationally together but ineffective due to Danial ‘s traumatic forcible injury sustained before the debut. She occasionally practices and delves into extreme sport such as parkour and trampoline as a hobby .

career [edit ]

In June 2012, Dhabitah became the youngest malaysian diver to win at a senior external competition by winning two events at the South-East Asia Swimming Championships in Singapore. At the 2013 SEA Games, Dhabitah won the gold decoration in 10 meter synchronised platform with Leong Mun Yee. At the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Dhabitah won the bronze decoration in 10 meter synchronised platform with Pandelela Rinong. [ 2 ] She besides finished sixth in the 3 meter synchronised springboard with Ng Yan Yee and eleventh in 3 meter springboard person. At the 2015 SEA Games, Dhabitah and Ng Yan Yee won the gold decoration in 3 meter synchronised springboard. In September 2015, after winning the women ‘s 10 meter chopine individual at the 2015 asian Diving Cup, Dhabitah earned a slot to the 2016 Summer Olympics. [ 3 ] In February 2016, Dhabitah and Cheong Jun Hoong earned an Olympic blot in the 3 meter synchronised springboard after finishing one-fifth at the Diving World Cup in Rio de Janeiro. [ 4 ] In her first consequence at the 2016 Summer Olympics, Dhabitah and Cheong Jun Hoong finished fifth in the 3 meter synchronized springboard. They were in bronze decoration position after the third dive but a mistake by Cheong Jun Hoong in the fourth honkytonk monetary value Dhabitah a first Olympic decoration. [ 5 ] Dhabitah advances to the concluding of 10 meter platform where she finished one-ninth with 338 points. [ 6 ] In April 2017, Dhabitah teamed up with Pandelela Rinong to bagged a silver medal in 10 meter synchronised platform in Windsor, Canada. It was her first decoration in the Diving World Series. [ 7 ] At the 2017 World Aquatics Championships in Budapest, Dhabitah reach the final of 3 meter springboard person where she finished 10th with 292.35 points. honorably, Dhabitah was chosen to light up the caldron during the opening ceremony of the 2017 SEA Games in Kuala Lumpur. [ 8 ] Dhabitah took silver in 3 meter springboard individual which was won by compatriot, Ng Yan Yee. [ 9 ] Dhabitah would late partner with Ng Yan Yee to win gold in 3 meter synchronised springboard. [ 10 ] In October 2017, they were stripped of their gold decoration after Ng Yan Yee failed a dope test. At the 2018 Commonwealth Games, Dhabitah won a bronze decoration with Leong Mun Yee in the 3 meter synchronised springboard. [ 11 ] They won another bronze decoration in 10 meter synchronised platform. At the 2018 asian Games, the couple won bronze in the 10 meter synchronised chopine. [ 12 ] In her second gear consequence of the Games, she got a silver medal with Ng Yan Yee in the 3 metre synchronized springboard. [ 13 ] In her third event, she misses out on bronze decoration after finishing in fourth home in the 1 meter springboard. [ 14 ] In her last event, she won a tan decoration in the 3 meter springboard, finishing behind Shi Tingmao and Wang Han of China. [ 15 ]

competition history [edit ]

Malaysia National Competition

Competition 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014
Sukma Games  Bronze bronze  Silver silver  Gold gold  Gold gold
MSSM (Malaysia Schools Sport Council)  Bronze tan  Bronze bronze  Gold gold  Gold amber  Gold amber  Gold amber
8TH NSC-MILO-ASUM Championship  Gold amber
47TH National Age Group Championship  Gold Gold

International rival

Competition 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2021
Olympic Games 5th 4th
Commonwealth Games  Bronze tan  Bronze bronze
 Bronze bronze
Southeast Asia Games  Gold gold  Gold gold  Gold gold
FINA Diving World Series 4th  Silver silver 5th  Bronze bronze
FINA Diving Grand Prix 14th  Gold gold
 Bronze bronze
 Gold gold
 Silver silver
 Silver silver medal
 Silver ash grey
 Bronze tan
 Gold amber
FINA World Cup 7th 5th 6th 14th
FINA World Championship 8th 6th 8th
Asian Diving Cup  Gold amber  Gold gold
Asian Games 6th  Silver silver
 Bronze Bronze

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 Bronze bronze

Macau International Diving Invitational  Gold gold
Southeast Asia Swimming Championship  Gold gold

Awards [edit ]

Year Award Category Result
2017 Sportswriters Association of Malaysia (SAM) -100 Plus[16] Malaysia Most Promising Athlete 2016 Won
Federal Territories (FT)[17] Best Sportswoman Won
2016 Anugerah Pelajar Cemerlang Yayasan Kuala Lumpur Best Sport Achievement 2015 – Aquatics Won
2015 Anugerah Sukan KPM MSSM-Milo Best Female Won
Anugerah Sukan Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur Future Female Sport Athlete 2013/2014 Won
Anugerah Sekolah Sukan Bukit Jalil Best Female Sport Athlete Won
2014 Majlis Anugerah Sukan Wilayah Persekutuan Best Female of 2011/2012 Won
2011 Majlis Juara Juara MSSWP Sports Achievement in MSSM Won
2010 The 2ND Young Malaysian Outstanding Achievement Sports Won
Majlis Anugerah Kecemerlangan Kokurikulum Peringkat Putrajaya Best Primary School Athlete Won

Honours [edit ]

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