Master Sarah Chung

Country : Malaysia

ALL TIME GREATEST PLAYER OF MALAYSIA

1980-1996 – Sabah State Champion in several weight categories (from Bantam to Heavy)
1981-1983 – Malaysia National Silver Medalist
1982-1987 – Malaysia National Schools Championships Gold Medalist
1984-1996 – 13 Years Malaysia National Champion in several different weight categories
1987 – Malaysia Games (SUKMA) Featherweight Gold Medaist
1989 – South East Asian Games Lightweight Gold Medalist
1989 – World Invitational Taekwondo Championships Gold Medalist
First Malaysian to best Korea in a Taekwondo Event
1991 – South East Asian Games Heavyweight Gold Medalist
1992 – Barcelona Olympian – Welterweight – see photo above
1992 – Asian Championship – Heavyweight Gold Medalist / bested Korea (photo above)
1993- South East Asian Games Heavyweight Gold Medalist
1995- South East Asian Games Heavyweight Gold Medalist

Other Awards, Citations & Honors

1980 – Most promising New Taekwondo Athlete for the Year
1986 – Sabah Youth Merit Award by the Rotary Club
1986 – Best Student of the Year (Based on Academics, Athletics,
and Leadership)
1987 – Sabah Sportswoman of the Year Award
1987 – Malaysia Sportswoman of the Year Award
1989 – Malaysia Sportswoman of the Year Award
1989 – Sabah Sportswoman of the Year Award
1991 – Sabah Sportswoman of the Year Award
1992 – Malaysia Sportswoman of the Year Award
1993- Malaysia Sportswoman of the Year Award
1987 – Malaysia Sportswoman of the Year Award
1992 – Sabah Sportswoman of the Year Award
1992 – Awarded (Ahli Mangku Negara) designation by
The Majesty King of Malaysia
1992 – Awarded B.K. (Bintang Kinabalu) designation by
the Head Ministry of Sabah State
1993 – Sabah Sportswoman of the Year Award
1995- Sabah Sportswoman of the Year Award
1995 – Malaysia Sportswoman of the Year Award
Awarded