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Media: The Star Online


Section: News

Four Malaysian youths from diverse backgrounds have been recognised for their achievements in Forbes’ 30 under 30 Asia list this year. The list recognised Asia’s top 300 trailblazers and entrepreneurs, including CIMB Foundation sponsored squash player Sivasangari Subramaniam. Under the Entertainment and Sports category, Forbes highlighted Sivasangari’s perseverance after being involved in a car accident that left her with facial fractures and a C1 vertebrae injury in 2022. “Seven months later, Sivasangari won two gold medals at the 19th Asian Games in Hangzhou in 2023 and in April 2024, won the Professional Squash Association (PSA) GillenMarkets London Classic tournament in London. She beat three of the top five players in the world, claiming the win after an 81-minute final match. Currently, ranked 13 in the world, Subramaniam has set her sights on the 2028 Olympics in Los Angeles,” it said.


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