Malaysia competed at the 2018 Summer Youth Olympics in Buenos Aires, Argentina from 6 October to 18 October 2018. The chef-de-mission of the contingent was former two-time Olympian archer Cheng Chu Sian. The OCM sent a total of 10 athletes to compete across 8 sports games. Malaysia won its first gold medal at an Olympic event, having previously won silver and bronze medals.

Goh Jin Wei became the first athlete to win a Youth Olympic Games gold medal for Malaysia the second Malaysian to emerge victorious at the Youth Olympics since shuttler Cheam June Wei, who won mixed doubles gold under the Mixed-NOCs flag in 2014, and the national men’s junior hockey 5s squad claimed the second gold medal for the Malaysian.

Meanwhile, national teen gymnast Rayna Hoh Khai Ling bagged a silver through mixed multi-discipline team in Gymnastics was not credited to the individual nation’s medal tally as the event was a mixed-national Olympic Committees event in which athletes from different nations team up to compete under the Olympic flag.

Athletics

  • Muhammad Fakhrul Abdul Aziz

Badminton

  • Goh Jin Wei

Diving

  • Jellson Jabillin
  • Kimberly Bong Qian Ping

Field Hockey (Malaysia’s Men Hockey 5s Team)

  • Muhammad Hamiz Mohd Ahir (GK)
  • Che Shahrul Azmi Che Saupi (GK)
  • Mohamad Akhimullah Anuar Esook
  • Muhammad Amirul Hamizan Azahar
  • Muhammad Arif Syafie Ishak
  • Muhammad Kamaruzaman Kamarudin
  • Muhammad Muhibuddin Moharam
  • Muhammad Noor Firdauz Rosdi
  • Syarman Mat Tee

Gymnastics

  • Zarith Imaan Khalid
  • Rayna Hoh Khai Ling

Swimming

  • Arvin Chahal
  • Low Zheng Yong

Table Tennis

  • Alice Li Sian Chang
  • Javen Choong

Triathlon

  • Chong Xian Hao