HANOI: Quah Jing Wen clinched Singapore’s first swimming gold of the thirty first SEA Games on Saturday (May 14).
Quah claimed gold within the ladies’s 200m butterfly finals with a brand new SEA Game record of two:09.52 at the My Dinh Water Sports Palace in Hanoi.
Vietnam’s Le Thi My Tao clinched silver, whereas Thailand’s Kamonchanok Kwanmuang took bronze.
The 22-year-old Quah additionally gained the occasion in 2019 and 2017.
At the final SEA Games within the Philippines, Singapore’s swimmers gained 23 gold medals, their joint-best haul with the 2015 version on dwelling floor.
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Source : channelnewsasia.com