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Chew Yi Wei

“I am a national athlete and an athlete for more than 10 years, that believes in creating opportunities with patience. 



  • Programme: Diploma in Computer Science
  • National  Athelte (Diving) representing Malaysia
  • High School:
    Sekolah Sukan Bukit Jalil 2008-2009 2011-2012
    Sekolah tengku ampuan rahman 2010


  • 2019 canada grandprix bronze,
  • 2018 asian games bronze
  • 2018 germany grandprix bronze
  • Represented Malaysia and in the Asian and SEA Games
  • Recipient of Sport Scholarship from HELP College
What is your most memorable medal and why?
“Asian Games 2018, this medal is the most memorable because up to the championship, I face a lot of pressure from rivals, people that do not believe in my capability, judgement and sceptical opinion from all higher ups or related people in the industry that my new training is flawed, but I push through and acheive what haven’t been done for the past 16 years. “
Who would you thank for your achievements?
“My family, my teammates, all the coach that have coach me, the organisations from selangor that gave me the opportunity, the organisations from the national department that provide what I need, and the future people that willingly to help me to achieve and strive. “
What is one piece of advise you would give people who want to follow in your steps? 
“Do not be afraid to prepare yourself and keep grinding. Opportunity is only worth it only when you have the ability to grab it. One opportunity grabbed is better than 10 opportunities watsed. “

Ang Li Peng, Badminton


  • First Malaysian badminton ladies doubles gold medalist in the Commonwealth Games
  • Represented Malaysia and in the Asian and SEA Games
  • Graduate of Manchester University with LLB Hons

Michael Ovoke Ogheneme, Basketball


  • Recipient of HELP CEO Sports Scholarship
  • MAPCU Sportsman of the Year National League of Nigeria Basketball Champion 2006-2008

Chiu Soo Jiin (Business), Table Tennis


  • Bronze medalist in the Commonwealth Games
  • World Table Tennis Championship, Ahoy Rotterdam, Netherlands
  • 5th Golden Racket International Tournament, Vietnam

Sara Yap Khim Wen (Psychology), Taekwondo


  • SEA Games 2017: Gold Medal for Female Individual and Silver for Mixed Pair.
  • Chuncheon Korean Taekwondo Open 2017: Gold for Mixed Pair.
  • 13th ASEAN Championships 2017 Gold Medal for Mixed Pair.
  • 18th Asian Games Invitational Event 2018–Silver for Female Individual.
  • 18th Asian Games 2018 – Bronze for Female Individual.
  • US Open Taekwondo Championship 2018–Gold for Mixed Pair and Bronze for Female Individual.
  • 5th Asian Taekwando Poomsae Championship 2018 – Silver Medal for Mixed Pair.

Gan Hua Wei (Communications), Artistic Swimming


  • SEA Games 2017: Champion (Solo Technical), Champion (Duet Free), & 1st Runner-up (Duet Technical)
  • FINA World Series (China) 2017: 1st Runner-up (Solo Technical), 2nd Runner-up (Duet Technical) & 2nd Runner-up (Duet Free)
  • FINA World Series (China) 2018: Runner-up (Solo Technical), & 2nd Runner-up (Solo Free)

Aravinn Thevarr (Management), Athletics


  • Aravinn achieved the distinction of a Gold medal in athletics for the Men’s 400 m event at the 2018 SUKIPT (Institutions of Higher Learning) Games.
  • Held biennially by the Ministry of Higher Education, Malaysia in Kuala Lumpur, the 2018 Games attracted more than 6,300 athletes from 93 participating contingents.

Chew Yiwei (Computer Science), Diving


  • Chew Yiwei, Malaysia’s national diver, surprised everyone by winning the bronze medal in the 2018 Asian Games men’s 3m springboard event in Jakarta.
  • Yi Wei’s achievement was the first medal by a Malaysian in Asiad’s men diving in 16 years.
  • In 2017, he also won 1 gold and 2 silvers at the SEA games held in Kuala Lumpur.

G. Sivaneshwaran (Business), Athletics


  • Sivaneshwaran garnered a double achievement in athletics at the recent SUKIPT (Institutions of Higher Learning) Games in Kuala Lumpur hosted biennially by the Ministry of Higher Education, Malaysia.
  • About 69 local and 9 international IPT contingents took part in 27 sports at SUKIPT 2018.
  • Sivaneshwaran was Gold medalist for both the Men’s 5,000 m and 10,000 m events.

Tan Fu Jie (Psychology), Gymnastics


  • Gold medalist in artistic gymnastics (pommel horse) at the 2016 SUKMA (Sukan Malaysia) Games.
  • Gold medal winner at the 2017 SEA (South East Asian) Games in Kuala Lumpur, Represented Malaysia at the 2018 Asian Games held at Jakarta/ Palembang.

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