World class, K-pop & Harry Potter
In the women’s 1-meter softball singles final on the afternoon of May 8, athlete Nur Dhabitah showed a superior level compared to the rest of the athletes in Southeast Asia to excellently bring home the first gold medal. at the 31st SEA Games. At the end of his competition, Nur Dhabitah won 290.45 points, far ahead of the 2nd placed Bong Quain Ping 230 points. Meanwhile, Vietnam’s host athlete Ngo Phuong Mai has a total of 224 points and won a bronze medal.
This is not too surprising because the Malaysian athlete has shown absolute strength when he won the championship in the previous 4 SEA Games. Nur Dhabitah’s level is inherently beyond the reach of Southeast Asia.
Champion of K-pop & Harry Potter
Nur Dhabitah is 23 years old this year, born and raised in the capital Kuala Lumpur in a family of 4 siblings. Since the age of 5, Dhabitah has been exposed to water sports. In the family, the girl is strong and is said to possess “nerves of steel” when at the age of 6, she participated in roller coaster games without fear.
The success of the current Dhabitah has a big mark on the father. He was the one who decided for his little daughter to follow a professional athlete career from the age of 8. Every day, Dhabitah often practices under the training of his older brother. Nur Dhabitah’s hard work soon paid off when she became the youngest Malaysian athlete to win the 2012 Southeast Asian Championship in Singapore. Only 1 year later, at the 2013 SEA Games, Dhabitah and teammate Leong Mun Yee won gold in the men’s and women’s 10-meter diving event.
In the following consecutive SEA Games (2015, 2017, 2019), Nur Dhabitah had almost no rival in Southeast Asia and always monopolized the SEA Games gold medal in diving content. The 31st SEA Games gold medal is the 5th time that Dhabitah has had the honor of standing on the top podium. An extremely impressive achievement for an athlete who just turned 23 this year.
In fact, Nur Dhabitah has shown its outstanding level when winning gold at the 2015 Asian Championships. At the world championships taking place in Rio de Janeiro (Brazil) in February 2016, the champion The SEA Games opponent had an impressive performance and finished in 5th place. It was this achievement that helped Dhabitah win a ticket to compete in the 2016 Olympics. In the Olympic arena, Nur Dhabitah competed unsuccessfully and only finished 9th in the 10 meter diving event. At the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, Nur Dhabitah once again participated and this time she competed more impressively when she finished 4th in the women’s 3 meter event.
Although she did not achieve high achievements at the Olympics, but Dhabitah said she did not feel sad but on the contrary was proud of herself. “I do not cry nor feel sad at all, I am proud of myself for representing Malaysia in a major world arena. When entering the 2020 Olympic Games, I found myself down in form and beaten. I lost my confidence. I was really struggling and stressed at the time of the game. That could be part of the reason for the result.” Nur Dhabitah shared.
Despite his young age, it is because of his impressive personal achievements that Nur Dhabitah is honored to be chosen to light the torch at the 2017 SEA Games on Bukit Jalil Stadium in front of more than 84,000 spectators.
Outside of life, the SEA Games champion is commented on as an open person who attracts others by his sunny smile. Nur Dhabitah is also a loyal fan of K-pop music, especially idol group Big Bang. At the same time, Dhabitah also takes advantage of his free time to regularly read the Harry Potter series.
Till now, Nur Dhabitah Bte Sabri has been competing professionally for 10 years, winning more than 30 medals for Malaysian sports. She is the absolute champion in the SEA Games arena when she won in 5 consecutive times. This year, only 23 years old, Nur Dhabitah is expected to dominate the diving sport in Southeast Asia for many more years.
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