The Singaporean diver and athlete Kimberly Chan Wan Lin (born June 10, 1994), better known simply as Kimberly Chan.
She gained notoriety after competing for her country in the 2013 and 2015 Southeast Asian Games. Her shows were a hit with the crowd.
Kimberly Chan has been a gymnast since she was a young child. The promising young diver’s diving career was cut short in 2018 when she damaged her back during practice.
As of the 10th of June, 1994, Kimberly Chan has been a proud member of the Singaporean community. Her parents, Foo Yan Nuen and Kenneth Chan, are huge sports fans, and she inherited their passion.
But she has a younger brother named Jonathan Chan, and they both work in the field of medicine. In the Men’s 10-meter event at the 2020 Summer Olympics, Singapore will be represented by Jonathan Chan. Since she was a tiny girl, she has adored this sport.
Even though they initially opposed the notion, her parents eventually came around to supporting her decision to pursue a career in diving because they realized how serious and passionate she was about it.
Kimberly Chan attended Catholic Junior College for her high schooling needs. Upon finishing high school, she attended Singapore Management University.
Kimberly Chan husband
Kimberly Chan’s soul mate, who she knew only as Gabriel, approached her during a job interview. The two sweethearts, so the story goes, went to the same high school but somehow managed to avoid each other.
After Gabriel completed college, he was assigned the responsibility of running a fitness center. Gabriel was instantly captivated by Kimberly Chan’s beauty and wit when she arrived for the interview. He warmed to her more and more as their conversations progressed.
Five years later, on Thanksgiving day with Kimberly Chan’s family in town, Gabriel arranged a dinner reservation at a fancy Bethesda restaurant and popped the question.
Kimberly Chan’s interest in gymnastics dates back to when she was very little. She joined the national diving team when Singapore hosted the Youth Olympic Games in 2010. (YOG).
She decided to try out for the national team because they were forming a diving squad for the YOG out of gymnasts and ex gymnasts.
With partner Arizir Fong, Singaporean diver Kimberly Chan competed in the women’s 10m synchronized platform event at the 2013 Myanmar Games, where the pair placed sixth overall. In Singapore, at the 28th Southeast Asian Games, she placed fourth in the women’s 10m platform event.
Back problems prevented Kimberly Chan from competing in the 2017 Southeast Asian Games. She decided to retire from competitive diving in 2018.
A total of US$500,000 is roughly how much Kimberly Chan is worth now. However, at this time, we have scant information on her financial background.