Singapore's first Olympic gymnast, Lim Heem Wei, has retired from the national team.
The 25-year-old announced her decision through a statement on Singapore Gymnastics' website on Tuesday.
She said: "I am here to announce that I'm officially withdrawing from the Singapore Gymnastics Women Artistic Gymnastics High Performance Programme… It has been my privilege and honour to have had the opportunities to bring glory to Singapore all these years and this had certainly been a tough decision."
Lim, who represented the country at the 2012 London Olympics and this year's Glasgow Commonwealth Games, paid tribute to her coaches, Zhao Qun and Yuan Kexia "for their 11 years of dedication, commitment, and trust in me".
She said: "Their impeccable professionalism and partnership had enabled me to maximise my potential in the sport and learn exceptional personal values which will follow me through life."
Lim concluded with a message to aspiring gymnasts: "I would like to say to all future rising stars out there - life is too short for regrets: believe in yourself, chase that dream, and never look back in regret. I wish all gymnasts in Singapore all the best in your future endeavours."