Secretary General of Malaysia Swimming; Ms Mae Chen was part of the Task Force entrusted to enhance the Podium Programme.
The task force was led by Datuk Dr Ramlan Abd Aziz (Chairman of the Task Force).
The other members are Datuk Megat Zulkarnain Omardin (Deputy Chairman of the Task Force) , Dato ‘ Mohd Nazifuddin Mohd Najib, Dato ‘ Jasni Shafie, Mr Maninderjit Singh and Mr Nik Razeen Adam Daud.
We are pleased to inform that Amateur Swimming Union Of Malaysia (ASUM) is now renamed to Persekutuan Renang Malaysia (Malaysia Swimming).
Malaysia Swimming is a member in affiliation to:
- Federation Internationale De Natation (FINA)
- Asia Swimming Federation
- SEA Swimming Federation
- Olympic Council of Malaysia
- Paralympic Council of Malaysia
- National Sports Council of Malaysia (MSNM)
- National Sports Institute of Malaysia (ISN)
Our new emblem in the national colours of the Jalur Gemilang (national flag) symbolizes the proud representation of the country to the highest level of sports competition and achievement.
Pending the advice from the relevant ministries on the resumption of swim training, below is the recommended SOP for Learn to Swim Program as a point of reference for the swimming academies.
Link >> Download SOP for LTS
Attached herein are the SOPs for both Competitive Swimming and Diving Training Programs for the National Elite and Pelapis Kebangsaan athletes.
State associations may adopt similar SOPs.
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PETALING JAYA: Diver Cheong Jun Hoong will go into the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games with a big reputation.
But it will count for nothing as she looks to start from scratch when the four-day competition starts from April 11-14.
The 27-year-old, who has been dealing with injuries, has not been at her best since winning gold at the World Championships last year.
The Ipoh-born Jun Hoong has a lot to work on after she missed out on the final of the 10m platform event in the first two legs of the Diving World Series – Beijing, China, and Shizuoka, Japan – last month.
“My results in the last two events showed that I still have a lot to work on.
“I believe there’s still a lot of room for improvement, especially in the individual event as I’m not quite there yet. I’m really taking it one step at a time and trying not to over-exert myself,” she said, adding that the biggest challenge would be the weather.
“I’m still not good dealing with cold. There’s a lot to overcome and it’s not as easy as people think”, added Jun Hoong.
But while Jun Hoong is struggling in the individual event, it is in the 10m platform synchro event that she has a chance to strike gold.
With her partner Pandelela Rinong, the pair are Olympic silver and World Championships bronze medallists.
They also took silver at the Beijing leg of the world series while finishing with a bronze in the Shizuoka leg.
And Malaysia, who won one gold in both the 2010 New Delhi and 2014 Glasgow Games, will surely be banking on Jun Hoong-Pandelela to deliver when the platform synchro starts on April 11.
Besides Jun Hoong-Pandelela, the other Malaysian pair participating are Leong Mun Yee-Nur Dhabitah Sabri.
Read more at https://www.thestar.com.my/sport/diving/2018/04/03/cause-of-cold-feet-diver-jun-hoong-fears-the-cold-weather-down-under/#QJO68HcqY0DA6tG7.99
The complete games schedule for the 29th SEA Games Kuala Lumpur 2017 due to be held in Kuala Lumpur from 19th to 30th August 2017 is available for download:
Tickets for the games can be bought online here.