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Fatin Amira Ahmad Hadri

Availability: Committed

University: Drew University

Personal Profile

Country: Malaysia

Date of birth: 16th October 2000

Height: 5 feet 5 inches

Weight: 140 lbs

Sex: Female

Academic Information

School: Taylor’s College

Graduation Year: January 2020

College Enrollment Year: Fall 2020


High School Grades: Maths: A, Additional Maths: A, English: A, Chemistry: A, Physics: A, Malay Language: A, History: A, Geography: A, Islamic Studies: A, Biology: B;

SAT: 1390

TOEFL: not needed (High School in English)

Swimming Profile

50 back mts (SC): 29.78

50 back mts (LC): 31.48

100 back mts (SC): 1.06.50

100 back mts (LC): 1:09.99

200 back mts (LC): 2:34.07

50 fly mts (SC): 29.44

50 fly mts (LC): 30.41

100 fly mts (SC): 1:08.17

50 free mts (SC): 26.92

50 free mts (LC): 28.20

100 free mts (SC): 59.19

100 free mts (LC): 1:01.57

200 free mts (SC): 2:11.81

200 free mts (LC): 2:16.68

400 free mts (LC): 4:51.99

200 IM mts (SC): 2:33.27

200 IM mts (LC): 2:37.67

Additional Information:

Team Selections: 

Malaysian National Team (2015 ASEAN School Games, 2015 SEA Age Group Swimming Championship & 2016 Asian Schools Swimming Championship)

Selangor State Team (2011-present)

Other Achievements:

Best Swimmer for State of Selangor in 2016 (16-18 age group)

2 Silver Medals at the 2016 Malaysian Games

Gold Medal at the 2018 Malaysia Invitational Age Group (100m Back)


Give us 5 words that best describe you as an athlete:

committed, versatile, ambitious, persevering, compassionate

Tell us about your best memory of your athletic career:

I have two fondest memories in my years of competitive swimming. The first memory was in 2016. I worked really hard to be selected to represent Team Selangor in the biennial Malaysian Games (SUKMA). However, I badly injured my ankle in training, 2 months before the meet. The doctor stopped my training for 1 month, and my coaches did not have any hope that I could swim well for the meet. Despite that, I was very determined to turn the situation around. I went for extra physiotherapy sessions and pushed myself hard in the final month of training once I was fully recovered. Against all odds and expectations, I won a silver medal in the 50m backstroke for the team, and got to meet the Crown Prince of Selangor in person. My second memory was in 2017 when I had to stop swimming for eight months as I was asked to concentrate on my final exams for my final year of high school. After the exam, I only had about a month to prepare for the state swim selections. It seemed impossible at that time, but with hard work and dedication, I managed to be selected by winning the 50m backstroke, narrowly missing the meet record by 0.02 seconds. Then 4 months later, I broke the state record during the Malaysian Open Swimming Championship. Those two emotional experiences made me realise how great my passion is for swimming, and reassured me that I can always be successful with hard work and perseverance.


I want to be an exemplary student-athlete, to graduate with distinction while representing my country in the FINA World Swimming Championships and my state in national swim meets.

Anything else we should know?

I am a member of Mensa Malaysia with an IQ of 168! I also play the piano and am perfectly bilingual. I speak English and the Malay language, and can also speak Mandarin!

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