12 July 1999 (age 24) (
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Leong Mun Yee, Ng Yan Yee, Cheong Jun Hoong
Meet the new malaysian star of olympic diving nur dhabitah sabri
- Meet the new malaysian star of olympic diving nur dhabitah sabri
- Bad Jokes With Malaysias SEA Games Diving Team
- Background and early life
- Personal life
- Competition history
Bad Jokes With Malaysia's SEA Games Diving Team
Background and early life
Dhabitah was born in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. She is the youngest among four siblings. Initially, she started her aquatic exposure thru swimming clubs. After several competition, 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 unable due to Danial's traumatic physical injury sustained before the debut.
Dhabitah likes to watch Korean drama such as Running Man (TV series). She is also an avid fan of K-pop groups such as Big Bang (South Korean band), 2NE1 and Black Pink.
Dhabitah loves eating Roti canai and craves for it whenever she needs to train abroad.
Nur Dhabitah Sabri debuted into the international diving competition scene at the 2013 SEA Games, Myanmar.
She started being recognised at the 2016 Summer Olympics due to the hype around her bubbly smiling personality during intense diving match.
In 2017, Dhabitah was bestowed with the honours of lighting up the official 2017 SEA Games, Malaysia cauldron. The opening gala suspended the 5 foot athlete up into the air to ignite the gigantic and enormous cauldron fashioned as a traditional Malaysian oil lamp. The Malaysia Minister of Youth and Sport, Khairy Jamaluddin appointed Dhabitah as the officiator due to her promising athletic future as well as the icon to ushers a new age of sporting excellence in Malaysia.
Malaysia National Competition