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“Two gold, one silver” – Malaysian gymnasts make it big at Worlds

Photo Credit: The Star online

Three Malaysian gymnasts claimed major victories at the World Gymnastic Championship in ljubljana, Slovenia, over the weekend.

Farah Ann Abdul Hadi became the first Malaysian to ever win a medal in the uneven bars even, as she secured silver by collecting a total of 13,100 points, merely 50 points behind eventual winner, Ivana Kamnikar.

Photo Credit: The Star online
Photo Credit: The Star online

One day later, Tracie Ang made it even better by securing a gold-medal win in the floor exercise routine with a total of 13,450 points. She was also joined by another Malaysian, Tan Ing Yueh, who also won gold medal in the balance beam event with a total of 13,800 points.

“I just would like to thank my amazing coach, I am here today because of her and I have achieved this much because she helped me become the gymnast that I can be,” Farah Ann said through a post on her Facebook page.

“Thank you to my family for always supporting me. Also, to everyone who has supported me thank you so much. It means the world to me,” she added.

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