Advisory Panel


Datuk Marina Chin

An iconic role model; Datuk Marina is known for her outstanding contributions in encouraging athletes to give equal importance to education as well as her tireless work in the promotion, development, and advancement of women in sports.

  • Board of Director of Yayasan Kecemerlangan Sukan Malaysia (SportExcel)
  • Malaysia’s chef-de-mission at the 2017 KL SEA Games.
  • Recipient of Olympic Council of Malaysia’s (OCM) Women and Sport Award, 2013
  • Former Malaysian Education Ministry’s Sports Division Director, 2014/15
  • Served 39 years with the Education Ministry (as a teacher, subsequently a principal)
  • Sportswoman of the Year 1976 and 1977.
  • Won a total of 7 Gold Medals in the SEA Games, 2 silvers and a bronze at the Asian Athletics Championships in the 1970s.
  • Former Malaysia’s Track Queen


Datuk Low Beng Choo

With almost 40 years of experience in wide range of areas of legal practice, Datuk Low continues to deliver and moderate talks at various national and international organisations on matters related to sports law, sports dispute resolution and sports arbitration. She has also been at the forefront of the committee that has proposed a return of baseball and softball to the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

  • President of Softball Asia (SA), 2018 – 
  • President of Softball Confederation of Asia (SCA), 2010-2014 
  • Secretary General of the World Baseball Softball Confederation (WBSC), 2014-
  • Member of Olympic Council of Asia, 2018
  • First woman Secretary General of Olympic Council of Malaysia (OCM), 2015-2018
  • Vice-President of Olympic Council of Malaysia, 2002-2015 
  • Vice President of the World Baseball Softball Confederation (WBSC), 2013
  • Malaysia’s chef-de-mission at the 2005 Manila SEA Games

Datuk Dr Nicol Ann David

Considered by many as the greatest squash player of all time, Datuk Nicol not only promotes squash on court but off the court as well, even after her retirement from competitive squash in 2019. In June 2022, Datuk Nicol officially launched the (non-profit) Nicol David Organisation with the aim of training and empowering girls and boys from B40 and M40 communities through sports and education. 

  • Malaysia’s Deputy Chef-de-Mission for the Paris Olympic Games 2024 
  • Co-founder, Nicol David Organisation, 2022
  • Awarded Honorary Doctorate degree in recognition of her contributions to sport and her support of positive education to empower lives (Heriot-Watt University Malaysia), 2022
  • Awarded The Greatest Athlete of All Time by World Games, 2021
  • Awarded Honorary Doctorate degree in Sports Science (Universiti Sains Malaysia), 2019
  • Greatest Squash Player of All-Time by Professional Squash Association (PSA), 2018
  • Women’s Leadership Award at the Tournament of Champions Women’s Leadership Program, 2017
  • 8 World Open Championship title, 2005-06, 2008-2012, 2014
  • 5 British Open title, 10 Hong Kong Open title, 5 Qatar Classic title, 8 Malaysian Open title, 9 Asian gold medals, 2 gold medals at the Commonwealth Games
  • Asian Sportswoman of the Year, 2007
  • Awarded World Squash Association (WSA) Player of the Year 7 times, between 2005-2010, 2012.
  • First squash player to win the World Junior title twice, in 1999 and 2001.



Associate Professor Dr. Jeffrey Low

Sports Science & Coaching Faculty

Sultan Idris Education University (UPSI)


Dr. Balbir Singh

– Sports Psychologist

– Retired Director of Sports Centre,

University Malaya

– Ex-Chairman of the Advisory Panel,

National Coaching Academy

Mr. Entheran Subramaniam

– Senior Assistant,

Bukit Jalil Sports School

– Ex-National Athletics Coach

Cik Siti Musyrifah binti Ismail

Sports Officer (Exercise Physiologist),

National Sports Institute