Malaysian badminton star who won Olympic silver medal is also a stunning model

18 August 2016 / 10 months 1 week ago

Not only is Goh Liu Ying a world-class shuttler, she is also a stunning model.

She recently won the silver medal for the mixed doubles finals in badminton at the Rio Olympics 2016.

The social media account of Goh, who played in the badminton mixed doubles final in the Rio Olympics, shows her dedication to her sport.

Despite undergoing two knee surgeries, her great performances have captured the hearts of Malaysians.

And, her social media accounts also include her more photogenic side in a number of modelling shots, reports The Star.

She was on the cover of Malaysia’s Long Life magazine in April 2015 and she is the model for kinesiology tape.

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In an April interview with 988 radio station, Goh said that she took up modelling lessons in 2015.

When asked about her plans post-retirement, she said she will consider acting as she wants to try out something new.

Goh and her badminton partner Chan Peng Soon made Malaysia proud when they beat China to earn a berth in the mixed doubles finals.

The duo will be playing against Indonesia’s Liliyana Natsir and Tontowi Ahmad Wednesday at 11.30pm (Malaysian time).

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