About Dhabitah

Dhabitah was born in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia as the youngest of four siblings. She originally began her aquatic journey as a swimmer, but her father convinced her to make the switch to diving, due to her small stature. Dhabitah went on to train in both swimming and diving alongside her older brother Danial until he suffered an unfortunate injury just before the pair were set to make their international debut.

In 2012, Dhabitah would become the youngest Malaysian diver to win a senior international competition at the South-East Asia Swimming Championships. This victory set her on a path of glory where she would start stringing together an impressive array of victories at international competitions.

Dhabitah made her Olympic debut at the games in Rio 2016 where she narrowly missed out on the Bronze Medal. She returned to the Olympics at the games in Tokyo 2020 where she once again came close to the Bronze medal, finishing 4th in the 3m springboard.

Her best finish to date came at the 2022 World Championships where she won the Bronze Medal in the 10m Platform Synchronised.


  • 2022 World Championships – 1 Bronze (10m Platform Synchro)
  • Commonwealth Games - 2 Silver Medals, 4 Bronze Medals
  • Asian Games - 2 Silver Medals, 3 Bronze Medals 
  • SEA Games – 6 Golds (2013, 2015, 2017, 2019, 2021 – 2 gold medals for 2 events)



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