Zain Amat

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1975 –

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Who is Zain Amat?

Zain Amat is a Singaporean trap shooter specializing in the Olympic Double Trap. He has represented Singapore since 2004 as part of the Singapore Clay Shooting Team.

At the 2005 Southeast Asian Games, Amat won an individual gold medal in Double Trap.

In the 2007 Southeast Asian Games, having switched to Olympic Trap from mid-2006, he won the individual and team Olympic Trap event; beating teammate Lee Wung Yew and Thailand's Atig Kitcharoen for the individual gold medal. Amat was also in the team that won the Olympic Double Trap team gold medal. Together with teammates Lee Wung Yew and Choo Choon Seng, Amat became a select group of SEA Games shooting athlete who have won both individual trap and double trap titles.

Amat won the Meritorious Award for Sports in 2006 and 2008.

Amat is a Malay Singaporean. He was educated at Raffles Institution and later Nanyang Junior College.

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Born
May 10, 1975
Nationality
  • Singapore

Submitted
on July 23, 2013