Malaysia's Ice Skating Prodigy Sree Abiraame Bag 4 Gold Medals!

  • 09 Aug 2019

Malaysia's ice skating champion Sree Abiraame B. Chendren has made our nation proud once again by winning four gold, one silver, and one bronze medals at the ISI Asia 3rd Championship Series "Skate Asia 2019" at Bangkok, Thailand.

At the championship, 7 years old Abiraame bagged gold for categories such as Freestyle Solo, Speed Racing and Open FS Bronze. Meanwhile, 8-year old Mila Isabel Lee Qing from Malaysia bagged a gold in the Freestyle Footwork (7-9 years category).

Previously, Abiraame won 5 gold medals at the ISI International Figure Skating Tournament in Abu Dhabi, 4 gold medals at the ISI Asia Skate Shenzhen 2018 in China, and 5 golds at the ISI Asia Skate Beijing 2019.

This little champ is on fire! She's not ready to stop until she bags Malaysia a gold at the 2026 Winter Olympics in Milan, Italy.

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