By Steve Heldon
Former national rhythmic gymnast and Commonwealth and Sea Games gold medalist Sarina Sundara Rajah is on a mission to advocate for a safe sports environment in Malaysia.
Sarina, 40, is the founding principal of Sarina Rhythmic Gymnastics Club (SRGC), the founding president of Safe Sport Malaysia and a public speaker.
Going beyond her role as a teacher and coach, she is an activist who wants to ensure that every athlete feels safe pursuing the sports they love and currently trying to get a Safe Sport Act passed in Malaysia.
Sarina was a teenager when she experienced sexual harassment in the sporting arena.
“I was about 14 or 15...
Source: Healthy Duck.