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Cheong Jun Hoong is a Malaysian diver. She won a silver medal in the synchronised 10m platform event at the 2016 Summer Olympics. At the 2017 World Aquatics Championships, she became Malaysia’s first diving world champion after winning the 10m platform event.

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Cheong Jun Hoong 張俊虹 (born 16 April 1990) is a Malaysian diver. She won a silver medal in the synchronised 10m platform event at the 2016 Summer Olympics. At the 2017 World Aquatics Championships, she became Malaysia’s first diving world champion after winning the 10m platform event.

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Athlete | Influencer | National Sportswomen

Athlete | Influencer

|National Sportswomen

Cheong Jun Hoong placed her name among the sporting greats after she and Pandelela Rinong bagged the silver in the women’s 10m platform synchronized event in the Rio Olympics 2016. Since then, her name has been on the radar and she continues to make Malaysia proud by becoming the first Malaysian to win a diving gold medal at the 2017 World Aquatics Championships in Budapest, Hungary. Four of the seven judges gave a perfect 10 on her best dive in the competition, and she finished with an overall score of 397.5. Her victory had broken China’s dominance in diving and created a historic feat. Visually she is a petite lady, but her mental strength, physical energy and determination are way beyond her size. Jun Hoong’s career has been marred with injuries, she even considered retiring from diving due an injury in 2009; however this fighter battles through the pain and overcome all odds. And since then, she has become a source of unceasing inspiration and a powerful driving force among Malaysian. Jun Hoong was also given the honour to be one of the three flag bearers for Malaysia at the opening ceremony of the KL Sea Games 2017 and recently The Brand Laureate had awarded her The Grand Master Brand Icon-Leadership Award’ and National Sportswomen of 2o17.

IS FOR EXCELLENCE 

IS FOR EXCELLENCE 

IS FOR EXCELLENCE 

IS FOR EXCELLENCE 

IS FOR EXCELLENCE 

IS FOR EXCELLENCE 

CAREER ACHIEVEMENT

Year 2012

  • World Cup Diving, London, England (Olympic Qualifying)
    -3meter springboard synchronized-6th
    -3meter springboard- 18th
  • Canada Cup Fina Diving Grand Prix, Montreal, Canada
    -3meter springboard-6th
  • USA Fina Diving Grand Prix, Fort Lauderdale, USA
    -3meter springboard-9th
    -3meter springboard synchronized-5th
  • Olympic Games, London, England
    -3meter springboord synchronized -8th
    -3meter springboard-20th

Year 2013

  • FINA Diving World Series, Beijing, China
    -10meter platform synchronized- 5th
    -3meter springboard synchronized- 4th
  • FINA Diving World Series, Dubai, UAE
    -3meter springboard synchronized – 6th
  • FINA Diving World Series, Edinburgh, UK
    -3meter springboard synchronized – Bronze
  • FINA Diving World Series, Moscow, Russia
    -3meter springboard synchronized- Bronze 
  • USA Fina Diving Grand Prix, Fort Lauderdale, USA
    -3meter springboard synchronized- Bronze 
  • FINA Diving World Series, Guadalajara, Mexico
    -3meter springboard synchronized – 6th
  • FINA Diving World Series, Guadalajara, Mexico
    -3meter springboard synchronized – Bronze 
  • World Championships, Barcelona, Spain
    -3meter springboard synchronized- 5th
    -Imeter springboard – 9th
    -3meter springboard – 20th
  • SEA Games, Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar
    -3meter springboard-Gold
    -3meter springboard synchronized – Gold 

Year 2014

  • FINA Diving World Series, Beijing, China
    -3meter springboard synchronized-8th
  • FINA Diving World Series, Dubai, UAE
    -3meter springboard synchronized- 4th
  • FINA Diving World Series, London, GBR
    -3meter springboard synchronized-6th
  • FINA Diving World Series, Moscow, Russia
    -3meter springboard synchronized-Bronze 
    -3meter springboard-6th
  • FINA Diving World Series, Windsor, Canada
    -3meter springboard synchronized-4th
    -3meter springboard – 6th
  • FINA Diving World Series, Monterrey, Mexico
    -10meter platform synchronized- Silver 
    -3meter springboard synchronized – 7th
    -3meter springboard – 6th
  • 19th FINA Diving World Cup, Shanghai, China
    -10meter platform synchronized Silver 
    -3meter springboard-8th
  • XX Commonwealth Games, Glasgow (Edinburgh)
    -10meter platform synchronized-4th
    -3meter springboard synchronized-5th
    -10meter platform-6th
    -1meter springboard-8th
    -3meter springboard-12th
  • Asian Games, Incheon, Korea
    -3meter springboard synchronized-Silver 
    -3meter springboard-Bronze 
    -1meter springboard-5th
  • FINA Diving Grand Prix, Singapore
    -3meter springboard synchronized-Gold 
    -3meter springboard-Gold 
  • FINA Diving Grand Prix, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
    -3meter springboard-Bronze
    -10meter platform synchronized – Silver

Year 2015

  • FINA Diving World Series, Beijing, China
    -10meter platform synchronized- Silver 
    -3meter springboard – 9th
  • FINA Diving World Series, Dubai, UAE
    -10meter platform synchronized- Bronze
    -3meter springboard 8th
  • FINA Diving World Series, Kazan, Russia
    -10meter platform synchronized-5th
    -3meter springboard- 4th
  • FINA Diving World Series, London, GBR
    -10meter platform synchronized-Silver 
    3meter springboard 9th
    -10meter platform- 11th
  • FINA Diving World Series, Windsor, Canada
    -10meter platform synchronized-5th
    -3meter springboard – 10th
  • FINA Diving World Series, Merida, Mexico
    -10meter platform synchronized – Bronze 
    -3meter springboard – 4th
  • SEA Games, Singapore
    -3meter springboard- Gold 
  • Asian Diving Cup, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
    -3meter springboard – Bronze 
  • FINA Diving Grand Prix, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
    -10meter platform synchronized – Gold 
    -10meter platform mixed synchronized -Gold
    -3meter springboard synchronized- Silver 
    -10meter platform-4th
  • FINA Diving Grand Prix, Gold Coast, Australia
    -10meter platform-Bronze 
    -10meter platform synchronized-Silver 
    -10meter platform mixed synchronized-Silver 

Year 2016

  • Olympics Games, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
    -10meter platform synchronized – Silver 
    -3meter springboard synchronized 5th
    -3meter springboard-21st
  • FINA Diving World Cup, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (Olympics Qualifying)
    -10meter platform synchronized- Silver
    -3meter springboard synchronized – 5th
    -3meter springboard – 5th

Year 2017

  • World Series, Beijing, China
    -10m synchro – silver 
  • World Series Guangzhou, China
    -10m synchro – bronze 
  • Asian Diving Cup, Macau, China
    -1m springboard bronze 
    -3m synchro silver 
  • World championships Budapest, Hungary
    -10m platform – gold 
    -10m synchro – bronze
  • Sea Games Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
    -1m springboard- gold 
  • Grand Prix Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
    -10m mixed synchro – gold
  • Grand Prix Gold Coast, Australia
    -10m mixed synchro – silver 

Year 2018

  • World Series Beijing, China
    -10m synchro silver
  • World Series Fuji, Japan
    -10m synchro – bronze 
  • Commonwealth Games Gold Coast, Australia
    -10m synchro – gold
    -10m – 5th
  • World Series Montreal, Canada
    -10m synchro – gold 
  • World Series Kazan, Russia
    -10m synchro – bronze