Yap Sean Yee
|Yap Sean Yee|
|birthday||5th January 1995 (age 25)|
|Best performance||1.83 m|
|last change: June 30, 2020|
Yap Sean Yee gained her first international experience in 2013 when she finished fourth at the Southeast Asian Games in Naypyidaw with a skipped 1.70 m. The following year she reached fourth place at the Junior Asian Championships in Taipei with 1.72 m and then retired from the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow with 1.71 m in qualification. In 2015 she finished fifth at the Asian Championships in Wuhan with a height of 1.70 m and then she was at the Southeast Asian Games in Singaporesixth with 1.74 m. In 2016, she set a new indoor record at the Asian Indoor Championships in Doha with 1.70 m and thus achieved ninth place. The following year she was sixth at the Asian Championships in Bhubaneswar with 1.75 m, as well as at the Islamic Solidarity Games in Baku with a skipped 1.70 m. She then improved the national record to 1.83 m at the Southeast Asian Games in Kuala Lumpur and won the bronze medal behind the Singaporean Michelle Suat Li and Dương Thị Việt Anh from Vietnam. Two years later she won the Southeast Asian Games in Capas with 1.81 m.
In 2012, Yap became the Malaysian high jump champion.
- High jump (open air): 1.83 m, August 24, 2017 in Kuala Lumpur ( Malaysian record )
- High jump (hall): 1.70 m, February 21, 2016 in Doha ( Singaporean record )
|SURNAME||Yap Sean Yee|
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||Malaysian high jumper|
|DATE OF BIRTH||January 5, 1995|