Nurul Huda Abdullah

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Nurul Huda Abdullah @ Ch'ng Su-Lin AMN (born 31 July 1972) is a former Malaysian competitive swimmer.

She holds the record of the most number of gold medals won at the Southeast Asian Games (SEA Games) for a Malaysian athlete, having won a total of 22 gold medals in the swimming events at three SEA Games (from 1985 to 1989).

She was the first Malaysian swimmer to win a medal at the Asian Games[1] and remains the only Malaysian female swimmer to have won medals at the Asian Games and Asian Swimming Championships, with a total of 2 silver and 2 bronze medals at the 10th Asian Games 1986 Seoul, and a total of 2 silver and 1 bronze medal at the 3rd Asian Swimming Championship (1988) in Guangzhou.

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  1. "Nurul hits big time". Retrieved 2018-04-03.