Susanah Ng Sing Mei Accident: Advocate & passionate Cyclist passed away at 39

Susanah Ng Sing Mei died. (Source: Facebook)

ADAMAS (Anti-Doping Agency of Malaysia) and Sports Malaysia suffered a loss. Ms. Susanah Ng Sing Mei, who has made significant contributions to the growth of sports, particularly in the area of sports law, passed away yesterday as a consequence of a hit-and-run collision with a lorry while cycling. Keep reading to know more about it in detail.


Who was Susanah Ng Sing Mei?

An advocate and solicitor, Susanah Ng founded Susanah Ng & Associates, a small Malaysian law practice that specializes in international sports law. Susanah has prior experience appearing before the Court of Arbitration for Sport and judicial panels of numerous international and national athletic organizations.

She was an advocate, avid runner, cyclist, weightlifter, and boxer. Susanah studied law at the University of Sydney in Australia and earned a dual degree in law and commerce with a double major in accounting.

She was appointed as an attorney and solicitor of the High Court of Malaya in October 2011. Before continuing her studies at the Instituto Superior de Derecho y Economia, Madrid, where she earned a Master’s in International Sports Law, she began her legal career at one of the top businesses in Malaysia.

Before joining Kitching Sports, the first specialized international sports regulation and business firm in the Asia-Pacific region, as a Senior Consultant in February 2018, Susanah had prior experience working as a legal intern at the Asian Football Confederation and UK Sport in London. Susanah had the honor of studying under James Kitching, a well-known and reputable figure in the football world.

Both the AFC Disciplinary & Ethics Committee in Malaysia and the Court of Arbitration for Sport in Lausanne have seen Susanah as co-counsel. She has guided numerous domestic and foreign clients on issues about anti-doping, ethics, international sporting disputes, and regulatory framework.

Susanah was appointed by the Malaysian Weightlifting Federation in February 2019 to serve as a member of the executive board and legal counsel. The International Ice Hockey Federation appointed Susanah as a volunteer attorney in October 2019.

Susanah has additionally offered legal assistance to the Badminton World Federation’s Doping Panel and Ethics Panel in matters involving doping and match-fixing, and she presently serves as the BWF’s Independent Hearing Panel’s Legal Secretary. Susanah was chosen to serve as the Deputy Chairperson of the Legal Advisory, Rules, and Discipline Committee for the Malaysian Olympic Council in November 2021.

Susanah is extremely passionate about sports, and not only the ethical ones. She enjoys boxing, lifting weights, running, and cycling. Susanah returned to the running world with a fury in 2018 and has since finished a number of ultramarathons, despite a knee issue that necessitated two surgeries in 2016 and 2017.


How did Susanah Ng Sing Mei die?

Advocate & passionate Cyclist Susanah Ng Sing Mei passed away in an accident at the age of 39.

The Malaysian Anti-Doping Organisation have expressed their sympathies and described this as a significant loss for the Malaysian sporting community.

“Sports Malaysia and ADAMAS lost a friend, Ms Susannah Ng who has contributed a lot in sports development especially from the sports legal aspect. He helped ADAMAS a lot during the early stage of drafting the 2021-doping act.

sports lawyer of high caliber at home and abroad. He is also a permanent lawyer with the Malaysian Weightlifting Association. He died as a result of a hit-and-run accident with a lorry while cycling yesterday.

RIP Susan😔

She wasn’t just a fantastic biker; she was also an extremely compassionate friend. A rising star in the world of cycling, Susanah Sing Mei Ng has a heart of gold. She will be always missed by everyone who knew her.


Funeral Services

The funeral information for Susanah Sing Mei Ng was posted on Facebook by Jackson Wong Yew Choong, managing partner of Gracious Funeral Services so that Susanah’s community, friends, and acquaintances could honor her memory and pay their respects.


Cause of death: What happened?

Ms. Susanah Ng Sing Mei, the legal counsel for PABM, died after colliding with a vehicle while going cycling training. She always works vigorously and takes part in a variety of sporting events, including marathons and bicycle competitions.

On Facebook, Hannah Yeoh, a member of parliament for Segambut and the minister of youth and sports, wrote about the accident and expressed her sympathies to the family.

She wrote:

Condolences to the loved ones of Susanah Ng who passed away last week in an accident. Susanah was a lawyer, passionate about cycling and sports law. She assisted KBSMalaysia with the drafting of the proposed anti-doping bill. Susanah lived in Subang Jaya. I managed to spend some time with her grieving father and sister. Looking at her photos and conversations with her loved ones, I was convinced Susanah lived a full life, loving others and had time doing the sports she so loved. May God comfort her loved ones in the coming days as they mourn her sudden departure. Absent from the body, present with the Lord.

“I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith. Now there is in store for me the crown of righteousness….” 2 Tim 4:7-8″

As of right now, there are no details known about the collision. As soon as new information becomes available, we will update this page.

Safe Sports Code Ceremony

The Anti-Doping Agency Malaysia (ADAMAS) held the Safe Sports Code Signing Ceremony in preparation for the Safe Sports Code’s launch on March 15, 2023. This ceremony was concluded by YB Hannah Yeoh, Minister of Youth and Sports.

In addition to Doping Control Officers and Anti-Doping Educators (Educators) as part of the anti-doping mobilization row, the Anti-Doping Committee’s current 55 members include professionals in the disciplines of Education, Result Management (Result Management), and Therapeutic Use Exemption (TUE).

Following the nation’s commitment under the ASEAN Work Plan on Sports 2021–2025, the Honorable Minister has also announced that Malaysia will host the ASEAN+ Doping Control Officer Symposium on August 23–24, 2023 through KBS and ADAMAS.


Fellow cyclist Ws Khoo paid his tribute

Quote from John Degenkolb, “It was a tragedy even for people like me who were not there or who did not know Gino closely. He’s one of us, one of the guys from the peloton and that stays with you.”

Do what you love doing, life is short & unpredictable.

Last week I lost a friend who loves the sun baking the back, the wind in the face, the burn in the legs & lungs while chasing the peloton.
She was all jolly, eating & singing the night before, less than 24 hours later, actually bit more than 12 hours, she left us.

Susanah Sing Mei Ng, I called you babayaga because you’re full of determination & strive to go further & faster with endless energy. You’ve made it to many start line & earn being a fierce rider.

We shall meet over the rainbow one day. Till then, you & your family are in my prayers.


Tributes to Susanah Ng Sing Mei

Many people expressed their profound sympathies to her family and expressed how much they loved her.

Mak Pool Jeng Bongwrote: “This is my closest family. Even Chemen ramai Anak Murid tapi ni lah current Anak Murid we batter good bad or worst. Everyone who joined AMMJB felt the closeness and warmth in between us.. truly team members has their own testimony to this. Today we lost our comrade.. Susanah Sing Mei Ng .. even with short stint with us.. we were close and truthfully devastated. Condolences to her family members. We will miss you.. For other team mates..look out for each others as how u guys exercising it right now.. Remember..we are close knitted brothers and sisters..way above a title of a team mates..”

Sam Tow wrote: “💔 Heartbroken and Lost 💔We saw the news while we were riding back from Kuantan to Masjid Tanah today. It feels so unreal and incredibly sad to think that we’ve lost such an amazing friend. She was not only an incredible cyclist but also a very caring friend. Susanah Sing Mei Ng had a heart of gold and was a rising star in the cycling world. You’ll be forever missed. Rest in peace, my dear friend.”

One of the worst things anyone can go through in life is losing a loved one. Any journey must have a destination at the end. The person’s time on earth has regrettably come to an end now that they have died. We wish her eternal peace and send our thoughts and prayers to her loved ones, family, friends.

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