Saturday, June 19, 2010

13th Malaysia Games 2010 Part 2

Hang Jebat Aquatic Stadium
After leaving Merlimau Polytechnic, I was heading to Hang Jebat Sport Complex in Krubong, Malacca. The above photo is the Hang Jebat Aquatic Stadium. It's the venue for diving and swimming events.

Hang Jebat Aquatic Stadium
Hang Jebat Aquatic Stadium meets the Olympic Games standard. The swimming pool has 10 lanes. The lanes are 50 metres long. On the left and right sides of the swimming pool are the spectator stands. The diving platforms and the electronic score board are at both ends of the swimming pool

Hang Jebat Aquatic Stadium
The electronic score board displayed results immediately. As you can see from the photo, the results were shown clearly.

Hang Jebat Aquatic Stadium
The diving platforms are at the opposite side of the electronic score board. The diving event for that day was 1 metre springboard. When I arrived at the Hang Jebat Aquatic Stadium, the diving event had ended.

Malaysia Games 2010
Participants of the woman 4x100 metre medley were ready to compete.

Malaysia Games 2010
The contestant of man backstroke was swimming toward the end point.

Malaysia Games 2010
Winners of the woman 100 metre backstroke were enjoying their victory during prize giving session. They were the champion Chan Kah Yan (Wilayah Persekutuan), first runner-up Loo Hei Di (Selangor) and the second runner-up Cheng Karmen (Perak).

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  1. This is really sweet memories you expanded in this cleanly shaped page. Gald to learn about the Hang Jebat Sports complex. Looking awesome and gorgeous. The score board, swimming pool and the shiny blue water must be able to attract anyone who loves to swim. Thanks for everything you delivered to your readers and of course I am a regular readers too. 스포츠티비


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