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Team Singapore’s schedule and results at the 31st SEA Games

Catch up with every Team Singapore results (and schedule) here.

Muhd Zahin Ilmi
Muhd Zahin Ilmi

Sports enthusiast and expert overthinker.


Published: 9 May 2022, 11:59 AM

This article will be updated daily.

Singapore has fielded 427 athletes across 33 different sports for the 31st Southeast Asia (SEA) Games taking place in Hanoi, Vietnam. 

The Games take place from May 6 to 23. 

So far, Team Singapore has won 47 gold medals, 46 silver medals and 66 bronze medals.

Here are the schedule and results for the Team Singapore contingent in Vietnam:

May 22 (Sunday)

Finswimming

Lim Yao Xiang finished in seventh place out of eight in the Men’s 50m Surface Finals with a timing of 19.02s while Chew Ming En Lucas came in eighth place with a timing of 19.27s.

In the Heats, Lim Yao Xiang finished in seventh place out of 12 and set a new personal best and national record timing of 18.74s.

Lucas similarly set a new personal best after he finished in eighth place with a timing of 19.17s.

Vanessa Ong finished in sixth place out of eight in the Women’s 50m Surface Finals with a new personal best timing of 20.25s. Bernice Ting Hiu Ying finished in seventh place with a timing of 20.27s.

In the Heats, Vanessa clocked in a timing of 20.32s while Bernice clocked in 20.01s, a new personal best and national record. Vanessa finished in seventh place out of 13 while Bernice finished in sixth place.

In the Women’s 800m Surface Finals, Vanessa Ong finished in eighth place out of 12 with a new personal best timing of 8:16.13 while Jamie Ang Hui Hsien came in ninth place with a timing of 8:25.05.

Ong Jun Han Jordan, Ong Rayen, Jamie Ang Hui Hsien and Vanessa Ong set a new national record timing of 3:17.49 after they finished in fifth place out of six in the Mixed Bi-Fins 4x100m Relay Finals.

In the Men’s 4x100m Surface Finals, Ong Jun Han Jordan, Ong Rayen, Lim Yao Xiang and Chew Ming En Lucas finished in fourth place out of five with a  timing of 2:59.82.

 

Shooting

Lim Swee Hoon won the Gold medal in the Men’s 25m Standard Pistol Finals after finishing in second place out of 17 with a score of 562. Gai Bin however came in ninth place with a score of 551.

Choo Choon Seng finished in last place out of six with a score of 16 in the Shotgun Men’s Trap Finals. He previously  finished in second place with a score of f113 on Day Two of the event.

 

Cycling

Women’s Individual Road Mass Start Finals, Luo Yiwei finished in 12th place out of 29 with a timing of 2:14:34 while Lee Jer Ling Serene finished in 16th place with a timing of 2:14:43.

Elizabeth Liau Le Min came in 21st place with a timing of 2:18:25 and Chelsie Tan Wei Shi came in 24th place with a timing of 2:22:40.

In the Women’s Team Mass Start Finals event, the four of them finished in fifth place out of six with a timing of 6:47:42.

 

Esports

Singapore won the Bronze medal after defeating Malaysia in the Mixed League of Legends (PC) Team Bronze Medal Match with a score of 3-1.

 

Basketball

The Men’s 5×5 team ended their campaign in sixth place out of seven following a 81-62 win over Cambodia in the Round Robin stage.

The Women’s 5×5 team on the other hand finished in last place out of six after they suffered a 53-87 defeat to Indonesia in the Round Robin stage.

 

Badminton

Loh Kean Yew won the Silver medal following a 0-2 loss to Thailand’s Kunlavut Vitidsarn in the Men’s Singles Finals.

May 21 (Saturday)

Finswimming

Ong Rayen finished in seventh place out of eight in the Men’s 100m Bi-Finals with a timing of 45.88s, a new personal best and national record.

Rayen previously came in eighth place out of 12 with a timing of 46.82s in the Heats.

Ong Jun Han Jordan however did not qualify for the Finals, but set a new personal best timing of 48.30s after coming in ninth place.

Vanessa Ong advanced to the Women’s 100m Bi-Fins Finals after coming in third place out of 11 with a new personal best timing of 51.65s. However, she withdrew from the Finals.

Chew Ming En Lucas finished in seventh place out of eight with a timing of 42.45s while Lim Yao Xiang finished in last place with a timing of 43.18s in the Men’s 100m Surface Finals.

Lucas finished in eighth place out of 10 with a timing of 42.15s while Lim Yao Xiang finished in seventh place with a new personal best timing of 41.78s in the Qualification Round prior to advancing to the Finals.

Bernice Ting Hui Ying finished in sixth place out of eight in the Women’s 100m Surface Finals. She clocked in a timing of 44.52s, setting a new national record and personal best.

Jamie Ang Hui Hsien however finished in last place with a timing of 45.88s.

In the Heats, Bernice finished in sixth place out of 12 where she set the previous personal best and national record timing of 44.65s before breaking it again in the Finals. Hui Ying came in eighth place with a timing of 45.26s.

 

Basketball

Singapore suffered a 61-88 loss to Philippines in the Women’s 5×5 Team Round Robin stage.

The men’s team similarly suffered a defeat in the Round Robin stage following a 53-90 loss to Thailand.

 

Shooting

Teh Xiu Hong and Gai Bin did not advance to the Mixed 10m Air Pistol Team Finals as they came in last place out of eight in the second qualification round with a score of 363.

They came in eighth place out of 14 with a score of 564 in the first qualification round.

Teo Shun Xie and Lin Jingxiang however did not advance to the next round as they came in ninth place with a score of 562.

Gai Tianrui finished in fifth place out of eight in the Men’s 50m Rifle 3 Positions Finals with a score of 412.3 while Marat Leyton P Veloso finished in last place with a score of 387.8.

Tianrui came in seventh place out of 12 with a score of 1143 while Veloso came in eighth place with a score of 1142 in the Qualification Round.

See Jun Ren however did not advance to the Finals as he came in 10th place with a score of 1131.

Choo Choon Seng finished Day One of the Men’s Trap in second place out of 14 with a score of 71.

 

Cycling

In the Men’s Individual Road Race Finals, Yeo Boon Kiak finished in fourth place out of 37 with a timing of 3:48:22 while Goh Choon Huat finished in eighth place with a timing of 3:51:17.

Calvin Sim Teck Kwang and Riyadh Hakim bin Luqman both managed to clock in a timing of 4:40:40 and finished in 17th and 20th place respectively.

 

Canoeing

The Men’s Kayak Four (K4) 500m team won the Bronze medal in the Finals after they came in third place out of six with a timing of 01:32.025.

The Women’s Kayak Four (K4) 500m team however came in last place out of four in the Finals with a timing of 01:48.824.

In the Women’s Canoe Single (C1) 1200m Finals, Tan Lyn Cai finished in fifth place out of six with a timing of 00:56.400.

 

Badminton

Hee Yong Kai Terry and Loh Kean Hean won the joint Bronze medal following a 1-2 defeat in the Men’s Doubles Semi Finals to Indonesia.

Loh Kean Yew advanced to the Men’s Singles Final taking place on May 22 at 1pm following a 2-1 win over Vietnam’s Minh Tien Nguyen in the Semi Finals. He will take on Thailand’s Kunlavut Vitidsarn in the Finals.

Zhi Rui Bernice Lim and Nur Insyirah Khan binte Abdul Hamid won the joint Bronze medal following a 0-2 defeat to Indonesia in the Women’s Doubles Semi Finals.

 

Muay

Gwa Wei Ying Cheryl won the joint Bronze medal in the Women’s 48kg Semi Finals following a 0-3 defeat to Vietnam’s Ha Huu Hieu Huynh.

 

Esports

Singapore will compete in the Mixed League of Legends (PC) Team Bronze medal match on May 22 at 10am against Malaysia following a 0-3 loss to Vietnam in the Semi Finals.

May 20 (Friday)

Badminton

In the Women’s Singles Quarter Finals, Yeo Jia Min was defeated by Thailand’s Chaiwan Phittayaporn with a score of 0-2. Jia Min did not advance to the Semi Finals.

Hee Yong Kai Terry and Tan Wei Han similarly did not advance to the Mixed Doubles Semi Finals following a 0-2 defeat to Malaysia in the Quarter Finals.

Nur Insyirah Khan binte Abdul Hamid Khan and Lim Zhi Rui Bernice however advanced to the Women’s Doubles Semi Finals following their 2-0 victory over Philippines in the Quarter Finals. The Semi Finals will take place on May 21.

Teh Jia Heng and Loh Kean Yew advanced to the Men’s Singles Semi Finals taking place on May 21.
Teh Jia Heng secured a 2-0 win over Indonesia’s Chico Aura Dwi Wardoyo while Loh Kean Yew defeated Philippines’ Jewel Angeki Albo with a score of 2-0 in the Quarter Finals.

Hee Yong Kai Terry and Loh Kean Yew advanced to the Men’s Doubles Semi Finals following a 2-0 win over Thailand in the Quarter Finals. The Semi Finals will take place on May 21.

 

Xiangqi

Alvin Woo Tsung Han won the Gold medal following a 1-0 win over Cambodia’s Hok Kung in the seventh round of the Men’s Standard Singles, where he finished in first place out of nine.

In the Women’s Standard Singles, Ngo Lan Huong finished in fourth place out of eight and won the joint Bronze medal following a ½-½ draw to Vietnam’s Nguyen Hoang Yen.

Fiona Tan Min Fang defeated Thailand’s Nattharinee Srivachirawat but finished in sixth place.

 

Shooting

Teo Shun Xie finished in fifth place out of eight with a score of 175.4 while Teh Xiu Hong finished in seventh place with a score of 135.6 in the Women’s 10m Air Pistol Finals.

Shun Xie came in sixth place out of 21 with a score of 566 while Xiu Hong came in first place with a score of 573 and in the Qualification Round.

Amanda Mak Sao Keng however did not advance to the Finals as she finished in 15th place with a score of 558.

The Women’s 10m Air Pistol Team of Amanda Mak Sao Keng, Teh Xiu Hong and Teo Shun Xie clinched the Gold medal in the Finals after finishing in first place out of six with a score of 1697.

Martina Lindsay P Veloso won the Bronze medal in the Women’s 50m Air Rifle 3 Positions Finals after finishing in third place out of eight with a score of 435.

She previously finished in fifth place out of 17 with a score of 1153 in the Qualification Round.

Ser Xiang Wei Jasmine and Lim Yee Xien however did not advance to the Finals as they came in 10th and 16th place respectively in the Qualification Round. Jasmine clinched a score of 1144 while Yee Xien scored 1114.

 

Chess

Tin Jingyao won the joint Bronze medal following a 0-2 defeat to Vietnam’s Le Quang Liem in the Men’s Individuals Semi Finals.

In the Men’s Blitz Individual Rounds, he won three games, drew one and lost one.

He defeated Vietnam’s Le Quang Liem in the first round, Indonesia’s Cuhendi Sean Winshand in the third round and Vietnam’s Le Tuan Minh in the fifth round all with a score of 1-0.

He suffered a 0-1 defeat to Indonesia’s Megantro Susanto in the second round and a ½-½ draw in the fourth round against Malaysia’s Yeoh Li Tian.

Gong Qianyun similarly won the joint Bronze medal in the Men’s Individuals Semi Finals following a ½-½ draw against Indonesia’s Sihite Chelsie Monica Ignesias.

In the Women’s Blitz Individual Rounds, Qianyun achieved three wins, one draw and one loss in the Blitz Individual Rounds.

Qianyun defeated Vietnam’s Nguyen Thi Mai Hung in the first round, Indonesia’s Sihite Chelsie Monica Ignesias in the fourth round and Indonesia’s Aulia Medina Warda in the fifth round all with a score of 1-0.

She drew ½-½ against Malaysia’s Le Quang Liem in the first round and against Vietnam’s Pham Le Thao Nguyen in the third round.

 

Cycling

Luo Yiwei clinched the Silver medal at the Women’s Road Individual Time Trial Finals after she came in second place out of 11 with a timing of 40:47.051.

Goh Choon Huat came in sixth place out of 13 in the Men’s Road Individual Time Trial Finals where he clinched a timing of 50:42.106.

 

Canoeing

Siew Yu Ying Clara and Tan Lyn Cai came in last place out of four in the Women’s Canoe Double (C2) 500m Finals with a timing of 02:24.072.

The Men’s Kayak Four (K4) 500m team of Brandon Ooi Wei Cheng, Koh Teck Wai Daniel, Pan Congchang and Jovi Jayden Kalaichelvan advanced to the Finals after they finished in second place out of seven in the Heats with a timing of 01:32.906. The Finals will take place on May 21 at 10:37am.

In the Women’s Kayak Double (K2) 500m Finals, Soh Sze Ying and Victoria Chiew Xi Jie finished in fourth place with a timing of 02:00.993.

Siew Yu Ying Clara finished in last place out of six at the Women’s Canoe Single (C1) 500m Finals with a timing of 02:30.479.

 

Table Tennis

Zeng Jian won the joint Bronze medal after suffering a 3-4 defeat to Thailand’s Orawan Paranang in the Women’s Single Semi Finals.

Chew Zhe Yu Clarence similarly won the joint Bronze medal following a 1-4 defeat to Vietnam’s Nguyen Duc Tuan in the  Men’s Singles Semi Finals.

 

Esports

Singapore won three games in the Mixed League of Legends (PC) Team Group Stage.

They defeated Philippines once and Thailand twice all with a score of 1-0.

They defeated Thailand twice and Philippines once all with a score of 1-0. They suffered their first defeat in the second game against the Philippines where it ended with a score of 0-1 to the Philippines.

 

Volleyball

In the Women’s Beach Volleyball Team Golden Match, Singapore defeated Malaysia with a score of 2-1 to finish in fifth place out of six.

 

Billiard Sports

Peter Edward Gilchrist and Puan Yi Wei Alex clinched the Gold medal at the Men’s English Billiards Doubles Finals after the pair defeated Malaysia with a score of 3-1.

Yapp Aloysius won the joint Bronze medal following a 2-9 defeat to Philippines’ Johann Chua in the Men’s 10-Ball Pool Singles Semi Finals.

Aloysisus suffered a 2-9 defeat to Philippines’ Johann Chua in the Men’s 10-Ball Pool Singles Semi Finals while Sharik was beaten by Philippines’ Carlo Biado with a score of 3-9.

 

Boxing

Muhammad Dinie Hakeem bin Abdul Rahman won the joint Bronze medal at the Men’s 81-91kg Semi Finals following a defeat to Cambodia’s Ong Pherak, where he was beaten by KO in Round Three.

 

Indoor Handball

The Women’s Team suffered a 14-36 defeat to Thailand in the Round Robin stage.

The Men’s Team similarly suffered a loss in the Round Robin stage following a 23-25 defeat to Thailand.

 

Basketball

The Men’s 5×5 Team suffered a 61-91 loss to Indonesia in the Round Robin stage.

May 19 (Thursday)

Athletics

Wong Yaohan Melvin finished in eight place out of 13 in the Men’s Marathon Finals with a timing of 2:45.41. Daniel Leow Soon Ye came in tenth place with a timing of 3:02.02.

In the Women’s Marathon Finals, Jasmine Goh Mei Ling finished in fifth place out of seven with a timing of 3:10.33 while Tan Fang Yu Sharon came in last place with a timing of 3:22.52.

 

Xiangqi

Alvin Woo Tsung Han defeated Thailand’s Pong Daruganon in the sixth round of the Men’s Standard Singles.

In the Women’s Standard Singles Round Six, Ngo Lan Huong drew ½-½ to Malaysia’s Xin Ru Jee while Fiona Tan Ming Fang suffered a 0-1 loss to Vietnam’s Nguyen Hoang Yen.

Lan Huong and Fiona both suffered 1-0 defeats. Lan Huong lost to Vietnam’s Le Thi Kim Loan while Fiona lost to Malaysia’s Xin Ru Jee.

 

Esports

Singapore advanced to the Mixed Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Team Semi Finals following their 1-0 win over Vietnam in the Tie Break round.

Singapore won the Bronze medal at the Mixed Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Team Bronze medal match following a 2-1 victory over Malaysia.

They previously conceded a 1-2 defeat to Philippines in the Semi Finals and were therefore unable to advance to the Finals.

 

Swimming

In the Men’s 200m Butterfly Finals, Ong Jung Yi clinched the Bronze medal following a third place finish out of eight with a timing of 1:59.33

Tan Ephraim came in fifth place with a timing of 2:02.07 

In the Heats, Jung Yi came in second place out of 10 with a timing of 2:01.82 while Ephraim came in fifth with a timing of 2:03.78.

Teong Tzen Wei won the Gold medal at the Men’s 50m Freestyle Finals after coming in first place out of eight and clocking in a timing of 21.93s, a new Games record, National Record and Personal Best.

Jonathan Tan Eu Hin clinched the Silver medal after he finished just behind Tzen Wei in second place with a timing of 22.24s.

Teong Tzen Wei qualified for the Finals after he finished in second place in the Heats with a timing of 22.64s. Jonathan similarly qualified for the Men’s 50m Freestyle Finals after he finished in first place out of 17 in the Heats with a timing of 22.29s.

 

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Tzen Wei’s new 50m Freestyle record is the fourth National record to be broken by the Singapore swimming team at this SEA Games. PHOTO CREDIT: SINGAPORE NATIONAL OLYMPIC COUNCIL

 

Glen Lim Jun Wei finished in fourth place out eight with a timing of 8:10.77 while Ardi Zulhilmi bin Mohamaed Azman finished in seventh place with a new personal best timing of 8:21.61 at the Men’s 800m Freestyle Finals.

Sim En Yi Letitia clinched the Gold medal at the Women’s 100m Breaststroke Finals where she came in first place out eight with a timing of 1:08.79. Christie May Chue Mun Ee won the Bronze medal after finishing in third place with a timing of 1:10.29

Letitia came in first place out of 13 in the Heats with a timing of 1:10.43 while Christie came in second with a timing of 1:10.67.

Quah Jing Wen won the Gold medal in the Women’s 100m Butterfly Finals after coming in first place out of seven with a timing of 59.15s.

Quah Ting Wen clinched the Silver medal after she came in second place with a timing of 59.34s.

Jing Wen previously came in first place out of 10 in the Heats with a timing of 59.84s while Ting Wen came in second place in the Heats with a timing of 1:01.33.

In the Women’s 4x200m Freestyle Relay Finals, Singapore’s team consisting of Christie May Chue Mun Ee, Gan Ching Wee, Quah Jing Wen and Quah Ting Wen won the Gold medal. The team came in first place out of five with a timing of 8:10.75.

 

Shooting

Lin Jingxiang finished in fifth place out of eight in the Men’s 10m Air Pistol Finals where he clinched a score of 177.4.

Jiangxiang advanced to the Men’s 10m Air Pistol Finals after he finished in eighth place out of 20 in the Qualification Round.

Hoong Shi Xiang and Gai Bin however did not qualify for the Finals as they came in 15th and 16th place respectively. Shi Xiang clinched a score of 559 while Gai Bin earned a score of 556.

The Men’s 10m Air Pistol Team consisting of Hoong Shi Xiang, Lin Jingxiang and Gai Bin finished in sixth place out of six in the Finals with a score of 1685.

Siti Mastura binte Rahim clinched the Bronze medal in the Shotgun Women’s Finals where she finished in third place out of six with a score of 25.

Siti previously came in first place in the Women’s Trap Day Two with a score of 102 while teammate Nicole Wee Jia Ying did not manage to advance to the Final as she came in eighth place with a score of 79.

 

Cycling

In the Women’s Road Cycling Criterium Finals, Elizabeth Lau Le Min came in fifth place out of 19 with a timing of 0:46:39.  Chelsie Tan Wei Shi finished with the same timing in seventh place.

Lee Jer Ling Serene however came in last place with a timing of 0:46:52

Yeo Boon Kiak won the Bronze medal at the Men’s Road Cycling Criterium Finals where he finished in third place with a timing of 0:56:13.

Riyad Hakim bin Lukman finished in eighth place with a timing of 0:56:47 while Calvin Sim Teck Kwang came in 10th place with a timing of 0:56.47.

 

Basketball

In the Women’s 5×5 Team Round Robin, Singapore suffered a 41-90 defeat against Thailand.

Singapore suffered a 58-75 loss to Malaysia in the Men’s 5×5 Team Round Robin.

 

Bowling

The Singapore Men’s Team of Four won the Bronze medal after he finished in third place out of six in the Second Block round with a score of 4963.

Singapore’s Women’s Team of Four clinched the Gold medal at the Women’s Team Second Block where they finished in first place out of six with a total score of 5049.

 

Badminton

Teh Jia Heng advanced to the Men’s Singles Quarter Finals following a 2-0 victory over Philippines’ Ros Leonard Pedrosa in the Round of 16.

Loh Kean Yew similarly advanced to the Quarter Finals following a 2-1 victory over Malaysia’s Kok Jing Hong.

Hee Yong Kai Terry and Jessica Tan Wei Han advanced to the Mixed Doubles Quarter Finals after defeating Vietnam in the Round of 16. The Quarter Finals will take place on May 20.

Andy Kwek Jun Liang Jin Yujia did not advance to the Mixed Doubles Quarter Finals following their 0-2 defeat to Thailand in the Round of 16.

Nur Insyirah Khan binte Abdul Hamid and Lim Zhi Rui Bernice advanced to the Women’s Doubles Round of 16 Quarter Finals after they defeated Malaysia in the Round of 16 with a 2-1 scoreline.

Wong Jia Ying Crystal and Jin Yujia suffered a 0-2 loss to Indonesia in the Women’s Doubles Round of 16. They did not advance to the Quarter Finals.

Hee Yong Kai Terry and Loh Kean Hean advanced to the Men’s Doubles Quarter Finals which will be held on May 20. The pair defeated Cambodia’s Sorn Liza and Phal Risatsya in the Round of 16 stage with a score of 2-0.

Andy Kwek Jun Liang and Danny Bawa Chrisnanta however failed to advance to the Men’s Doubles Quarter Finals following their 0-2 defeat to Thailand in the Round Robin stage.

Zeng Jian defeated Laos’ Thiphakone Southammavong with a score of 3-0 in the first game of the Women’s Singles Round Robin. She will next face Malaysia at 8:30pm today.

Hooi Jaslyn Yue Yann similarly suffered a loss in the Women’s Singles Round Robin stage following a 0-2 loss to Malaysia’s Siti Nursuhaini. She did not advance to the Quarter Finals.

 

Billiard Sports

In the Men’s 10-Ball Pool Singles Quarter Finals, Yapp Aloysius defeated Malaysia’s Daryl Chia with a score of 9-2 in the Quarter Finals to advance to the Semi Finals taking place on May 20 at 3pm.

Sharik Aslam Sayed similarly advanced to the Semi Finals following a 9-4 win over Laos’ Hongsavady Vongxay.

Aloysius will face Philippines’ Johan Chua while Aslam will face Philippines’ Carlo Biado in the Finals.

In the Men’s Snooker Singles Pre- Quarter, Lim Chun Kiat suffered a 3-4 loss to Laos’ Suriya Minalavong. Chun Kiat did not advance to the Quarter Finals.

Ng Yi Huai Suvene conceded a walkover in the Women’s 10-Ball Pool Singles Quarter Finals to Philippines’ Chezka Centeno. Singapore did not advance to the Semi Finals.

Peter Edward Glichrist and Puan Yi Wei @ Alex Puan advanced to the Men’s English Billiards Doubles Finals following their 3-2 win over Thailand in the Semi Finals.

The pair will face Myanmar in the Finals taking place on May 20 at 3pm.

 

Canoeing

The Singapore Women’s Kayak Double (K2) 1,000m team consisting of Victoria Chiew Xi Jie and Daniella Barbara Lawther came in fourth place in the Finals with a timing of 4:30.791.

In the Men’s Canoe Double (C2) 1,000m Finals, Team Singapore’s Chan Hon Yan Gereon and Lucas Huan Zhi Kai came in last place out of six with a timing of 4:16.061.

Brandon Ooi Wei Cheng and Teo Guang Yi Lucas clinched the Gold medal at the Men’s Kayak Double (K2) after they finished in first place with a timing of 3:40.779.

 

Table Tennis

Chew Zhe Yu Clarence advanced to the Semi Finals taking place on May 20 at 3:30pm following a victory over Malaysia’s Leong Chee Feng in the Men’s Singles Round Robin.

Clarence also defeated Cambodia’s Bun Visal with a score of 3-0 previously in the Round Robin stage. 

Pang Yew En Koen however did not advance to the Semi Finals as he suffered a 1-3 defeat to Thailand’s Phakpoom Sanguansin in the Round Robin stage.

Koen however won his first Round Robin match against Laos’ Seng Arthid Vongdalasinh with a 3-0 scoreline. 

Zeng Jian defeated Laos’ Thiphakone Southammavong with a score of 3-0 in the first game of the Women’s Singles Round Robin and later defeated Malaysia’s Alice Li Shan Chang in the second game with a score of 3-1.

Zhou Jingyi defeated Cambodia’s Yin Chanrotana with a score of 3-0 in the first game of the Women’s Singles Round Robin but later suffered a 3-1 defeat in the following game to Malaysia’s Ying Ho.

 

Wrestling 

Chow Weng Luen Gary clinched the Silver medal at the Men’s Under 86kg Freestyle Finals following a 0-11 loss to Vietnam’s Van Truong Vu Tran.

Gary previously defeated Philippines’ Elvis Julius in the first game of the Men’s Under 86kg Freestyle Round Robin with a score of 12-2 and later defeated Cambodia’s Vuthy Heng in the Men’s Under 86kg Freestyle Round Robin by Pinfall. 

Lou Hong Yeow finished in fourth place out of five following a 4-5 defeat to Thailand’s Parinya Chamnanjan in the Bronze medal match of the Men’s Freestyle 74kg.

He was defeated by Vietnam’s Tat Du Can in the Semi Finals with a score of 10-0 before he advanced to the Bronze medal match.

He also previously defeated Laos’ Phonekham Sengboliboun by Pinfall but was defeated by Philippines’ Ronil Thrubog with a score of 0-7 in the Round Robin stage.

 

Gymnastics

Katelin Heng Wei Qi finished in fourth place out of 11 at the Individual All Around Rhythmic Finals with a score of 91.200 while teammate Low Yu Yenn came in last place with a score of 60.650.

 

Volleyball

Singapore and Malaysia drew 1-1 in the Women’s Beach Volleyball Round Robin. They will face each other again for the Golden match taking place on May 20 at 12:15pm.

 

Judo

In the Men’s Under 90kg Repechange, Ng Aaron finished in joint fifth place following a defeat to Indonesia’s Soethama G where Aaron had three technical faults (Shido).

He previously defeated Cambodia’s Horm Rithyudam with a score of 1-0 and suffered a 0-1 defeat to Laos’ Sayasan Soulisay in the Preliminary round.

 

Archery

Madeleine Ong Xue Li won the Bronze medal after defeating Vietnam’s Thi Hai Chau in the Women’s Individual Compound Bronze Medal match.

Loh Tze Chieh Contessa won the Gold medal at the Women’s Individual Compound Gold medal match following a win over Vietnam’s Thao Le Phuong with a score of 144-140.

 

Indoor Handball

Singapore suffered a 26-35 defeat to Vietnam in the Women’s Team Round Robin stage.

The Men’s Team similarly suffered a defeat to Vietnam in the Men’s Round Robin with a score of 19-34.

May 18 (Wednesday)

Golf

In the Women’s Team Bronze Medal Match, Philippines defeated Singapore in the sudden death playoff after they drew 1-1. Singapore finished fourth and missed out on the Bronze medal.

The men’s team similarly missed out on the Bronze medal after they suffered 1-2 defeat to Indonesia in the Men’s Team Bronze Medal Match, ending their campaign in fourth place.

 

Xiangqi

Alvin Woo Tsung Han drew ½-½ against Vietnam’s Vu Quoc Dat in the fourth round of the Men’s Standard Singles.

Ngo Lan Huong defeated Thailand’s Suratsada Promsirinimit with a score of 1-0 in the fourth round of the Women’s Standard Singles while Fiona Tan Min Fang suffered a 1-0 defeat to Vietnam’s Le Thi Kim Loan.

 

Swimming

Quah Zheng Wen won the Silver medal at the Men’s 200m Freestyle Finals where he came in second place out of eight and set a new personal best timing of 1:48.20.

Glen Lim Jun Wei however finished in fifth place with a timing of 1:50.35.

Both Glen and Zheng Wen came in seventh place out of 12 with a timing of 1:54.81 in the Heats before they advanced to the Finals.

Maximilian Ang Wei won the Bronze medal at the Men’s 200m Individual Medley Finals where he finished in third place with a timing of 2:03.72.

Pang Sheng Jun however came in fifth place with a timing of 2:04.47 in the Finals.

In the Heats, Maximilian came in first place out of 10 with a timing of 2:05.75 and Sheng Jun came in just behind him in second place with a timing of 2:05.83.

Maximilian Ang Wei won the Bronze medal at the Men’s 50m Breaststroke Finals where he came in third place out of eight and clinched a new personal best timing of 28.32.

He qualified for the Finals after he finished in second place out of 10 for the Heats, where he clocked a timing of 28.50.

Lim Xiang Qi Amanda won the Silver medal at the Women’s 50m Freestyle Finals where she came in second place with a timing of 25.39.

Quah Ting Wen also clinched the Bronze medal after she finished just behind Amanda in third place with a timing of 25.49.

Amanda finished in first place out of 14 with a timing of 25.73 while Ting Wen finished in fifth place with a timing of 26.04 in the Heats to qualify for the Finals.

Gan Ching Wee clinched the Gold medal at the Women’s 1500m Freestyle Finals after she finished in first place out of five with a timing of 16:36.73.

In the Women’s 400m Individual Medley Finals, Ashley Lim Yi-Xuan came in fourth place out of seven with a timing of 4:57.44.

The Women’s 4×100 Medley Relay team consisting of Bonnie Yeo Lu-Anne, Sim En Yi Letitia, Quah Jing Wen and Quah Jing Wen clinched the Gold medal in the Finals after coming in first place out of five. The team achieved a timing of 4:07.62.

 

Shooting

Fernel Tan Qian Ni and Gai Tianrui clinched the Silver medal in the Mixed 10m Air Rifle Team Gold medal match where they suffered a 10-16 defeat to Indonesia. The pair clinched third place in the first qualifying round with a score of 624.1 and later finished in first place out of eight in the second round with a score of 415.8.

Natanya Huiyi Tan and Wong Zen Joi Lionel however did not manage to advance to the Finals as they finished in fifth place out of eight in the second qualifying round with a score of 411.5. The pair previously finished in second place out of 13 with a score of 624.3 in the first qualifying round.

Teh Xiu Hong won the Gold medal in the Women’s Individual 25m Pistol Final after she finished in first place out of eight with a score of 34. Teo Shun Xie finished in fourth place with a score of 22.

In the Qualification Round prior to the Finals, Xiu Hong finished in first place out of 17 with a score of 584 and Shun Xie finished just behind her in second place with a score of 583. Teammate Tan Ling Chiao Nicole however did not manage to qualify for the Finals as she finished in 14th place with a score of 559.

Siti Mastura binte Rahim ranked second out of 11 after Day one of the Shotgun Women’s Trap with a score of 60. Nicole Wee Jia Yang currently sits in eight place with a score of 50. The two will continue their campaign on Day two on May 19 at 12pm.

 

Bowling

The Singapore Men’s Team of Four consisting of Cheah Ray Han, Muhammad Jaris Goh bin Ali Akbar Goh, Ong Wei Siong Darren and Timothy Theodore Tham Fu Rong ranked in third place out of six after the First Block round. The team clinched a score of 2497, and will next compete in the second block on May 19 at 10am.

The Women’s Team of Four consisting of Lim Hui Ying Bernice, New Hui Fen, Tan Shi Hua Cherie and Tan Shi Jing Daphne ranked in second place out of six after the First Block round. The team clinched a score of 2443 and will compete in the Second Block on May 19 at 2:15pm.

 

Canoeing

Teo Guang Yi Lucas clinched the Gold medal at the Men’s Kayak Singles (K1) 1000m Finals. He came in first place out of six competitors with a timing of 3:51.501.

 

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Lucas won Team Singapore’s Canoeing team their first medal of the 31st SEA Games. PHOTO CREDIT: SPORT SINGAPORE/ STANLEY CHEAH

 

The Men’s Kayak Four (K4) 1000m team finished in fifth place out of six in the Finals with a timing of 3:19.978.

 

Table Tennis

Pang Yew En Koen and Wong Xin Ru won the Gold medal in the Mixed Doubles Finals while fellow Singaporeans Chew Zhe Yu Clarence and Zeng Jian clinched the Silver medal.

Koen and Xin Ru defeated Clarence and Zeng Jian in the Finals with a score of 3-2.

Koen and Xin Ru defeated Thailand’s Padasak Tanviriyavechakul and Suthasini Sawettabut with a score of 3-0 in the Semi Finals. Clarence and Zeng Jian similarly advanced to the Finals following their 3-2 victory in the Semi Finals over Thailand’s Phakpoom Sanguansin and Orawan Paranang.

Chew Zhe Yu Clarence and Poh Shao Feng Ethan won the Gold medal at the Men’s Doubles Finals after they defeated Philippines with a score of 3-1.

Clarence and Ethan qualified for the Finals following their 3-0 win over Malaysia in the Semi Finals.

Josh Chua Shao Han and Pang Yew En Koen won the joint Bronze medal following a 2-3 loss to Philippines in the Semi Finals. The pair did not manage to advance to the Finals.

Zhou Jingyi and Zeng Jian clinched the Silver medal at the Women’s Doubles Finals where they suffered a 0-3 loss to Thailand. The pair previously defeated Malaysia with a score of 3-0 in the Semi Finals to advance to the Finals.

Zhou Jingyi defeated Laos’ Nitnapha Kongphet in the Women’s Singles Round Robin with a score of 3-0.

 

Wrestling

Denielle Lim Sue Ching finished in fourth place out of five in the Women’s Under 57kg Freestyle Round Robin.

She suffered three defeats: a 10-0 defeat against Vietnam’s Nguyen Thi My Trang in the first game, a 0-11 loss to Philippines’ Minalyn Foys Os in the second and a 3-7 loss to Thailand’s Sripapa Tho Khaew in the fourth game.

She only managed to clinch one win after a 10-0 victory over Cambodia’s Noeurn Soeurn in the third game.

 

Beach Volleyball

Singapore suffered a 2-0 defeat against Thailand in the Beach Volleyball Women’s Team Round Robin.

 

Gymnastics

Katelin Heng Wie Qi qualified for the Women’s Rhythmic Individual All Around Finals taking place on May 19 at 11am after she finished in 10th place out 16 in the Qualification Round with a score of 67.500.

Low Yu Yenn similarly qualified for the Finals after she came in 12th place with a score of 60.750. 

Teammate Chew Leah however narrowly missed out on  qualification to the Finals as she came in 13th place with a score of 60.750.

 

Fencing

The Men’s Foil Team clinched the Gold medal in the Finals following a 45-28 victory against Malaysia. They previously defeated Thailand in the Semi Finals with a similar scoreline of 45-28 to advance to the Finals.

The Women’s Sabre Team clinched the Silver medal in the Finals following a 39-45 loss to Vietnam. The team previously defeated Thailand in the Semi Finals with a score of 45-40 to qualify for the Finals.

 

Judo

Lee Song Lim and Tang Hong Jing Vincent clinched the joint Bronze medal in the Men’s Kodokan Goshin Jutsu Finals. The pair finished in fourth place out of six with a score of 519.

They previously came in third place out of four with a score of 519 in the Group Stage before they qualified for the Finals.

 

Basketball

The Women’s 5×5 team suffered a 37-72 defeat to Malaysia in the Preliminary Round.

The Men’s 5×5 team also suffered a defeat in the Round Robin stage following a 37-88 loss to Philippines.

 

Esports

The Singapore Women’s team won the Silver medal in the Women’s League of Legends: Wild Rift (Mobile) Finals where they suffered a 0-3 defeat to Philippines.

They previously defeated Vietnam in the Semi Finals with a score of 3-0.

In the Mixed Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Team Group Stage, Singapore suffered a 2-0 defeat to Vietnam in the first game but later drew 1-1 to Vietnam in the second. Singapore and Vietnam will compete again on May 19 at 10am for a Tie Breaker match.

 

Billiard Sports

In the Women’s 10-Ball Pool Singles Pre-Quarter, Tan Hui Ming Jessica suffered a 4-7 loss to Vietnam’s Thi Ngoc Nuyen. She did not advance to the Quarter Finals.

Yapp Aloysius qualified for the Men’s 10-Ball Pool Singles Quarter Finals after he secured a 9-3 victory over Malaysia’s Thaw Zin Htet in the Pre-Quarter round. He next faces Malaysia’s Darryl Chia on May 19 at 7pm in the Quarter Finals.

Kingsley Ang Tian Yi did not qualify for the Men’s Snooker Singles Quarter Finals following a 3-4 defeat to Laos’ Siththideth Sakbieng in the Pre-Quarter round.

 

Taekwondo

Dylan Chia Hao did not advance to the Men’s Kyorugi Under 63kg Semi Finals following his defeat to Malaysia’s Zaw Lin Htet in the Quarter Finals with a score of 28-7.

Nichelle Tan Ying Xuan won the joint Bronze medal at the Women’s Kyorugi Under 53kg Semi Final where she was defeated by Vietnam’s Tran Thi Anh Tuyet with a score of 15-37.

Nichelle previously secured a 37-15 win against Timor Leste’s Imbrolia De Araujo Dos Reis in the Quarter Finals to qualify for the Semi Finals.

 

Athletics

Marc Brian Louis won the Bronze medal at the Men’s 100m Finals where he came in third place out of eight with a timing of 10.56.

He qualified for the Men’s 100m Finals after he came in first place out of eight in the Heats with a timing of 10.48.

Joshua Chua Han Wei however did not qualify for the Finals as he came in fourth place with a timing of 10.94.

Pereira Veronica Shanti won the Silver medal in the Women’s 100m Finals after she came in second place out of eight with a timing of 11.62.

She came in third place out of six in the Heats with a timing of 11.98 to advance to the Finals.

The Men’s 4x400m Relay team consisting of Lee Siong En Reuben Rainer, Quek Jun Jie Calvin, Tan Zong Yang and Thirubeen Thana Rajan clinched the Bronze medal after they came in third place out of four. They clocked in at a timing of 3:11.09.

Goh Chui Ling won the Bronze medal at the Women’s 10,000m Finals where she came in third place out of seven with a timing of 39.22.26.

Hu Xiuiying finished just behind Chui Ling in fourth place with a timing of 40:34.16.

May 17 (Tuesday)

Golf

The Singapore Men’s team advanced to the Bronze medal match taking place on May 18 at 9:16am where they will face Indonesia. The team suffered a 3-0 loss to Thailand in the Semi Finals and missed out on the Finals.

The Women’s team have similarly missed out on the Finals following their 3-0 defeat to Malaysia in the Semi Finals. They have therefore advanced to the Bronze medal match taking place on May 18 at 9am.

 

Xiangqi

Ngo Lan Huong defeated Malaysia’s Yu Xuan Thong with a score of 1-0 in the second round of the Women’s Standard Singles.

Teammate Fiona Tan Min Fang similarly secured a win in the second round following her 1-0 victory over Thailand’s Suratsada Promsirinimit.

The two later met in the third round but the game ended in a ½-½ draw.

Alvin Woo Tsug Han defeated Malaysia’s Yu Huat Tan with a score of 1-0 in the second round of the Men’s Standard Singles and later drew ½-½ against Vietnam’s Dang Cuu Tung in the third round.

 

Swimming

Quah Zheng Wen clinched the Gold medal at the Men’s 500m Backstroke Finals after he finished in first place out of eight with a timing of 25.83s. Gabriel Koo Yingxuan however finished in fifth place with a new personal best timing of 26.42s.

Zheng Wen finished in third place out of 13 with a timing of 26.30s while Gabriel finished in fifth place with a new personal best timing of 26.51s in the Heats to qualify for the Finals.

Maximilian Ang Wei clinched the Gold medal at the Men’s 200m Breaststroke Finals after he finished in first place out of eight. He clocked in a timing of 2:11.93, a new SEA Games record, national record and personal best.

He also came in first place in the Heats with a timing of 2:19.01 to qualify for the Finals.

 

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The 200m Breaststroke Gold medal marks Maximillian’s second Gold medal at the 31st SEA Games, his first being from the Men’s 4 x 100m Medley Relay on May 16. PHOTO CREDIT: SINGAPORE NATIONAL OLYMPIC COUNCIL

 

Quah Ting Wen clinched the Silver medal at the Women’s 50m Butterfly Finals after she came in second place out of eight with a timing of 26.88s. Quah Jing Wen clinched the Bronze medal after she finished in third place just behind Ting Wen with a timing of 26.98s, a new personal best.

Ting Wen finished in third place out of 12 with a timing of 27.26s while Jing Wen finished in fourth place with a timing of 27.33s in the Heats prior to the Finals.

Quah Jing Wen came in fifth place out of eight at the Women’s 100m Backstroke Finals with a timing of 1:04.880. Bonnie Yeo Lu-Anne came in last place with a timing of 1:05.770.

Jing Wen finished in third place with a timing of 1:05.03 while Bonnie finished in fifth place with a new personal best timing of 1:05.42 in the Heats prior to the Finals.

Gan Ching Wee clinched the Gold medal at the Women’s 400m Freestyle Finals after she finished first out of six competitors with a timing of 4:14.16. Ashley Lim Yi-Xuan finished in fourth place with a new personal best timing of 4:18.19.

The Singapore Men’s 4x200m Freestyle Relay team consisting of Glenn Lim Jun Wei, Jonathan Tan Eu Jin, Joseph Isaac Schooling and Quah Zheng Wen  won the Bronze medal in the Finals. They came in third place out of six with a timing of 7:21.49.

 

Shooting

Wong Zen Joi Lionel secured the Silver medal in the Men’s Individual 10m Air Rifle Finals after finishing in second place out of eight with a score of 246.5.

Teammate Gai Tianrui finished in sixth place with a score of 160.3.

Lionel finished in third place out of 19 with a score of 621.5 and Tianrui finished in fifth place with a score of 619.5 in the Qualification Round prior to the Finals.

Teammate Marat Lleyton P Veloso however did not qualify for the Finals after he finished in 8th place in the Finals with a score of 615.6.

In the Men’s 50m Air Rifle Finals, Gai Bin finished in seventh place out of 16 with a score of 539 and Lim Swee Hoon finished in 10th place with a score of 535. Hoong Shi Xiang received a DNF.

 

Bowling

Muhammad Jaris Goh bin Ali Akbar Goh and Timothy Theodore Tham Fu Rong clinched the Silver medal in the Men’s Doubles Finals. The pair came in second place out of 12 with a score of 2592. Cheah Ray Han and Ong Wei Song Darren clinched the Bronze medal and finished in third place with a score of 2551.

New Hui Fen and Tan Shi Hua Cherrie won the Gold medal at the Women’s Doubles Finals after finishing in first place out of 12 with a score of 2767. Lim Hui Ying Bernice and Tan Shi Jing Daphne however finished in fourth place with a score of 2373.

 

Chess

Tin Jingyao clinched the Silver medal following a defeat to Vietnam’s Nguyn Ngoc Truong Son in the Armageddon in the Men’s Rapid Individual Finals.

Jingyao previously defeated Indonesia’s Setyaki Azarya Jodi with a score of 1 ½ – ½ in the Semi Final before advancing to the Finals.

Goh Qianyun similarly won the Silver medal following a defeat to Vietnam’s Pham Le Thao Nguyen in Armageddon in  the Women’s Rapid Individual Finals.

 

Badminton

In the Women’s Team Semi Finals, Singapore clinched the Bronze medal following a 0-3 defeat to Thailand.

The Singapore Men’s Team won the joint Bronze medal following a 2-3 loss to Malaysia in the Semi Finals.

 

Athletics

Quek Jun Jie Calvin clinched the Bronze medal at the Men’s 400m Hurdles Finals after he finished in third place out of eight. He clocked in a timing of 51.19, a new National Record (pending ratification) and a new personal best.

 

Canoeing

The Men’s Kayak Four (K4) 1000m team consisting of Tay Zi Qiang, Kendrick Ang Zhong Yi, Pan Chongchang and Teo Wei Jie Sean advanced to the Finals which will be held on May 18 at 12pm.

The quartet finished in second place out of four and clocked in a time of 3:22.325.

Teo Guang Yi Lucas advanced for the Men’s Kayak Singles (K1) 1000m Finals taking place on May 18 at 11am after he finished in first place out of four in the Heats with a timing of 4:05.450.

Chan Hon Yan Gereon and Lucas Huan Zhi Kai qualified for the Men’s Canoe Doubles (C2) 1000m Heats. The pair finished in last place out of four competitors with a timing of 4:23.856 in the Heats.

In the Women’s Kayak Four (K4) 1000m Finals, the Singapore team of Angelica See Rio Xiao, Saw Jia Ning Deborah, Soh Sze Ying and Victoria Chiew Xi Jie finished in last place out of four competitors. The quartet clocked a timing of 3:47.102.

The Singapore Men’s Canoe Double (C2) 1000m team of Chan Hon Yan Gereon and Lucas Huan Zhi Kai advanced to the Finals after coming in second place out of four in Semi Finals with a timing of 4:08.755. The Finals will take place on May 19 11:10am.

In the Men’s Kayak Double (K2) 1000m Heats, Singapore placed first against four competitors with a timing of 3:33.322.

Singapore’s Men’s Kayak Four (K4) 1000m team finished in second place out of four in the Semi Finals with a timing of 3:22.325.

 

Billiard Sports

Toh Liah Han and Yapp Aloysius won the joint Bronze medal after they both suffered a defeat in the Semi-Finals. Lian Han suffered a 3-9 loss to Philippines’ Johann Chua in the Semi Finals while Aloysius was defeated by Philippines’ Carlo Biado in the Semi Finals with a score of 7-9. They both will not advance to the Finals.

Tan Hui Ming Jessica clinched the Silver medal In the Women’s Singles 9-Ball-Pool Singles Finals. She was defeated by Philippine Rubileen Amit with a score of 2-7.

Peter Edward Glichrist clinched the Silver medal at the Men’s English Billiards Singles Finals following a 3-1 defeat to Malaysia’s Pauk Sa. 

 

Table Tennis

Pany Yew En Koen and Wong Xin Ru have advanced to the Mixed Doubles Semi Finals after defeating Malaysia with a score of 3-2 in the Quarter Finals. The Semi Finals will take place on May 18 at 11am.

Chew Zhe Yu Clarence and Zeng Jian also advanced to the Semi Finals after their 3-1 over Malaysia in the Quarter Finals.

Chew Zhe Yu Clarence and Poh Shao Feng Ethan advanced to the Men’s Doubles Semi Finals which will be held on May 18 at 12pm. The pair defeated Thailand with a score of 3-0 in the Quarter Finals and will face Malaysia in the Semi Finals.

Josh Chua Sha Han and Pang Yew En Koen similarly advanced to the Semi Finals following their 3-1 win over Vietnam in the Quarter Finals. They will next face Philippines in the Semi Finals.

Zhou Jingyi and Zeng Jian advanced to the Women’s Doubles Semi Finals after they defeated Philippines with a score of 3-0 in the Quarter Finals. The Semi Finals will take place on May 18 at 12:30pm.

Goh Rui Xuan and Wong Xin Ru however did not advance to the Semi Finals following their 0-3 defeat against Vietnam in the Quarter Finals.

 

Wrestling

Timothy Loh Yu won the Bronze medal at the Men’s Greco-Roman 130kg Round Robin following a 0-8 loss to Vietnam’s Van Hieu Ha in the third and final round.

He previously defeated Laos’ Xaisomboun Phetsouphane and Thailand’s Nanthawat Panpheuk with a score of 8-0 in the first and second round respectively.

 

Volleyball

The Singapore men’s Beach Volleyball team consisting of Nicholas Kiu, Law Kai Jie Nicolas, Tan Ray Meng Trevis and Tay Zi Hao Kingsley were defeated by Vietnam with a score of 0-2 in the Men’s Team Pool Play stage. They finished in fourth place out of four and will compete in the Classification Round for seventh place on May 19 or May 20.

The Singapore Women’s team conceded a 2-0 defeat to Vietnam in the Round Robin stage.

 

Tennis

Lim Lynelle En Tong failed to advance to the Women’s Single Quarter Finals after she suffered a 1-0 defeat to Malaysia’s Jo-Leen Saw in the first round.

 

Fencing

The Singapore Men’s team clinched the Gold medal in the Men’s Team Epee Finals following their 37-36 victory over Vietnam. They previously defeated Malaysia with a score of 45-35 in the Semi Finals.

The Singapore Women’s team have clinched the Gold medal in the Women’s Team Foil Finals after defeating Philippines with a score of 33-28. They previously defeated Vietnam in the Semi Finals with a score of 45-22.

 

Taekwondo

Keston Pang Ghim Weng did not advance to the Men’s Under 54kg Kyorugi Quarter Finals following his 19-39 defeat to Cambodia’s Baromey Chim.

Isabel Felipa Rivas won the joint Bronze medal at the Women’s Under 46kg Kyorugi Finals where she suffered a 0-21 defeat to Thailand’s Chutikan Jongkolrattanawattana.

Isabel previously defeated Cambodia’s Sotharoth Ratha in the Semi Finals with a score of 18-17.

 

E-sports

In the Women’s League of Legends: Wild Rift (Mobile) Group Stage, Team Singapore advanced to the Semi Finals taking place on May 18 at 2:30pm where they will face Vietnam. The Singapore team finished the Group Stage round in third place out of 5.

They ended the Group stage with two wins: 1-0 against Laos in the first round and 1-0 against Vietnam in the fourth.

The team also suffered two losses: a 1-0 defeat to Philippines in the first game and a 1-0 defeat to Vietnam in the third round. 

 

Basketball

The Men’s team suffered a defeat against Vietnam with a score of 86-83 in the Men’s 5v5 Round Robin.

May 16 (Monday)

Swimming

Glenn Lim Jun Wei clinched the Bronze medal at the Men’s 400m Freestyle Finals after finishing in third place out of eight with a timing of 3:56.68. Teammate Ardi Zulhilmi bin Mohamed Azman finished in 5th place with a timing of 4:00.87.

Glenn finished in second place out of nine and clinched a timing of 4:00.97 while Ardi finished in third place behind Glenn with a time of 4:01.00 in the semi-finals prior to the finals.

Gan Ching Hwee clinched the Gold medal at the Women’s 200m Freestyle Finals after finishing in first place out of eight with a timing of 2:02.06. Chan Zi Yi clinched the Bronze medal after finishing in third place with a timing of 2:03.21, a new personal best.

Ching Hwee finished in second place out of nine with a timing of 2:04.48 while Chan Zi Yi finished behind Ching Hwee in third place with a timing of 2:04.49 in the Semi Finals to advance to the Finals.

Joseph Isaac Schooling secured the Gold medal at the Men’s 100m Butterfly Finals after finishing in first place out of eight with a timing of 52.22s. Quah Zheng Wen clinched the Silver medal after coming in second place with a timing of 52.86s.

Schooling finished in second place out of nine with a timing of 54.38s and Zheng Wen finished in fourth place with a timing of 54.65s in the Semi Finals before advancing to the Finals.

Sim En Yi Letitia clinched the Gold medal at the Women’s 50m Breaststroke Finals after coming in first place out of eight and clocked a timing of 31.43s, a new personal best. Christie May Chue Mun Ee clinched the Bronze medal after finishing in third place with a time of 32.10s.

Letitia finished in first place out of eleven with a personal record timing of 32.02s while Christie finished in fourth place with a timing of 32.62s in the Semi Finals to qualify for the finals.

Gabriel Koo Yingxuan and Mitchell Ang Li finished in seventh and eighth place respectively in the Men’s 200m Backstroke Finals. Gabriel finished with a timing of 2:08.7 while Mitchell clinched a timing of 2:14.53.

Bonnie Yeo Lu-Anne set a new personal best in the Women’s 200m Breaststroke Finals where she clocked a timing of 2:21.26 and finished in fifth place out of eight.

Bonnie finished in fourth place out of nine and clinched a timing of 2:27.94 in the Semi Finals prior to the finals.

The Men’s 4 x 100m Medley Relay Team consisting of Quah Zheng Wen, Maximilian Ang Wei, Joseph Isaac Schooling and Johnathan Tan Eu Jin clinched the Gold medal in the finals. They finished in first place out of eight and achieved a timing of 3:37.69.

 

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Quah Zheng Weng (far left of photo) and Joseph Schooling (far right of photo) each secured two medals on Day 4 of the Games. PHOTO CREDIT: SINGAPORE NATIONAL OLYMPIC COUNCIL

 

Chess

Goh Qianyun qualified for the Women’s Rapid Individual Semi Finals after defeating Indonesia’s Citra Dewi Ardhiani Anastasia with a score of 1-0 in the fifth round of the Women’s Individual Rapid Chess, where she finished third overall out of 11 competitors.

Qianyun defeated Malaysia’s Chu Jia-Ten in the first round of the Women’s Individual Rapid Chess with a score of 1-0 and later defeated Philippines’ San Diego Marie Antionette 1-0 in the second round and Thailand’s Buhagaiar Melita Sunan 1-0 in the third round.

In the fourth round, Qianyun drew ½-½ against Vietnam’s Pham Le Tao Nguyen.

Tin Jingyao qualified for the Men’s Rapid Individual Semi Finals after defeating Vietnam’s Le Quang Liem with a score of 1-0 in the fifth round of the Men’s Individual Rapid Chess, where he finished second overall out of 13 competitors.

Jingyao previously defeated Thailand’s Kulpreathon Thanadon in the first round of the Men’s Individual Rapid Chess with a score of 1-0 and Malaysia’s Nay Oo Kway Tun 1-0 in the second round.

He later drew against Malaysia’s Yeoh Li Tian in ½ -½ in the fourth round.

Qianyun will face Vietnam’s Pham Le Thao Nguyen and Jingyao will face Indonesia’s Setyaki Azarya Jodi in the Semi Finals taking place on May 17 at 10am.

 

Bowling

Cheah Ray Han finished sixth out of 12 and Muhammad Jaris Goh bin Ali Akbar Goh finished in 10th place. Cheah clinched a score of 1203 while Jaris scored 1166.

Tan Shi Hua Cherrie clinched the Gold medal at the Women’s Singles Finals after finishing in first place out of 12 with a score of 1442.

Teammate New Hui Fen clinched the Bronze medal after finishing in third place with a score of 1319.

 

Golf

The Singapore Men’s Golf team advanced to the semi-finals after defeating Vietnam 2-1 in the quarter-finals. They will play against Thailand on May 17 at 9am for the semi-finals.

The Women’s Golf team similarly advanced to the semi-finals after defeating Myanmar 2-0 in the quarter-finals. They will next face Malaysia on May 17 at 9:40am for the semi-finals.

 

Archery

Lee Chung Hee Alan did not manage to qualify for the Men’s Individual Compound Elimination Round ½. 

He suffered a loss to Malaysia’s Alang Ariff Aqil Muhammad Ghazali with a score of 134-142 in the Elimination Round ¼.

Alan previously defeated Indonesia’s Prima Wardhana Wisnu in the Elimination Round ⅛ with a score of 139-138.

Goh Jun Hui was knocked out in the Elimination Round ⅛ after suffering a loss to Malaysia’s Alang Ariff Aqil Muhammad Ghazali.

Loh Tze Chieh Contessa qualified for the Gold medal match against Vietnam’s Thao Le Phuong taking place on May 19 at 3pm.

Contessa defeated Malaysia’s Kayalvhily with a score of 137-136 in the Elimination Round ⅛. She later defeated Thailand’s Kanyavee Maneesombatkul in the Elimination Round ¼ with a score of 141-134.

Teammate Madeline Ong Xue Lin also advanced to the Bronze medal match against Vietnam’s Thi Hai Chau Nguyen taking place on May 19 at 2:40pm.

She made it to the Elimination Round ½ but was knocked out by fellow Singaporean Contessa with a score of 134-136.

The Singapore Men’s Compound team suffered a loss to Thailand in the Elimination Round ¼ with a score of 225-231. They did not advance to the Elimination Round ½.

The Women’s Compound team suffered a 224-216 to Philippines in the Elimination Round ¼. They did not advance to the Elimination Round ½.

The Singapore Mixed Compound team were also knocked out in the Elimination Round ¼ after suffering a 152-157 defeat to Malaysia. They did not advance to the Elimination Round ½ following the defeat.

 

Badminton

The Singapore Women’s Badminton Team advanced to the Women’s Team Semi Finals. They defeated Philippines 3-0 and will play against Thailand on May 17 at 10am.

The Singapore Men’s team advanced to the semi-finals taking place on May 17 at 4pm after defeating Laos in the quarter-finals with a score of 3-0. 

 

Beach Volleyball

The Singapore women’s team suffered a 2-0 defeat to Indonesia in the Team’s Round Robin stage.

 

Shooting

Fernel Tan Qian Ni and Natanya Huiyi Tan qualified for the Women’s Individual 10m Air Rifle Finals. Fernel finished in fourth place out of 19 with a score of 625.0.

Natanya finished in eighth place with a score of 620.7 and later ended her campaign in fourth place in the finals with a score of 202.9.

Fernel finished her campaign in seventh place in the finals with a score of 141.7.

Teammate Adele Tan Qian Xiu did not qualify for the finals as she finished in 11th place with a score of 618.1.

The shooting team secured the Bronze medal after they finished in third place out of five with a score of 1863.8.

Lim Swee Hoon finished in 12th place out of 14 and Hoong Shi Xiang finished in last place at the Men’s Individual 25m Rapid Pistol Finals.

 

Pencak Silat

Nurul Suhaila binte Mohamed Saiful secured the Gold medal after she defeated Malaysia’s Siti Shazwana binte Ajak with a score of 30-22 in the Women’s Tanding (Match) Class E (65-70kg) Finals.

 

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Nur Sulaiha secured one of the three Gold medals won by The Singapore Silat team on Day 4 of the Games. PHOTO CREDIT SINGAPORE NATIONAL OLYMPIC COUNCIL

 

Muhammad Hazim bin Mohammad Yusli similarly earned the Gold medal after he defeated Indonesia’s Muhammad Yachser Arafa in the Men’s Tanding (Match) Class C (55-60kg) Finals by disqualification.

Abdul Raazaq bin Abdul Rashid secured the Silver medal after he defeated Vietnam’s Tran Dinh Nam with a score of 42-14 in the Men’s Tanding (Match) Class F (70-75kg) Finals.

Sheik Ferdous bin Sheik Alau’ddin also won the Silver medal after Vietnam received a walkover which resulted in Singapore’s win in the Men’s Tanding (Match) Class G (75-80kg) Finals.

In the Men’s Tanding (Match) Class J (90-95kg) Finals, Sheik Farhan bin Sheik Alau’Ddin clinched the Gold medal after Singapore received a walkover from Thailand.

 

Xiangqi

Alvin Woo Tsung Han defeated Thailand’s Radtai Lokutarapood 1-0 in the first round.

Ngo Lan Huong defeated Thailand’s Nattharinee Srivachiwarat 1-0 in the first round of the Women’s Standard Singles.

Fiona Tan Min Fang also won in the first round after she emerged victorious against Malaysia’s Yu Xuan Thong with a score of 1-0.

 

Fencing

The Singapore Men’s Sabre Team secured the Bronze medal after they suffered a 35-45 loss to Vietnam in the semi-finals.

The Women’s Epee Team clinched the Gold medal after defeating Thailand with a score of 45-36 in the finals. Prior to their victory in the Finals, the Singapore women’s team received a bye in the Round of Eight stage before they defeated Philippines 45-32 in the semi-finals.

 

Artistic Gymnastics

Tay Wei An Terry and Sim Boon Pin Robin finished in fifth and seventh place respectively out of eight competitors in the Men’s (Artistic) Vault Final. Terry clinched a score of 13.750 while Robin scored 13.033.

Nadine Joy Nathan and Emma Yap En-Lin finished in fifth and seventh place respectively out of eight competitors in the Women’s (Artistic) Balance Beam Final. Nadine clinched a score of 11.800 while Emma scored 11.167.

Chong Jer Rong and Liew Jun Yi Zac finished in fourth and seventh place respectively out of eight competitors in the Men’s (Artistic) Parallel Bar Final. Jer Rong clinched a score of 12.400 while Zac scored 11.433.

Sim Boon Pin Robin and Chong Jer Rong finished in fifth and sixth place out of eight competitors in the Men’s (Artistic) Horizontal Bars Finals. Robin achieved a score of 11.567 while Jer Rong scored 11.533.

Nadine Joy Nathan and Emma Yap En-Lin finished in fifth and seventh place respectively out of eight competitors in the Women’s (Artistic) Balance Beam Finals. Nadine clinched a score of 11.800 while Emma scored 11.167.

 

Billiard Sports

Toh Lian Han and Yapp Aloysius have advanced to the Men’s 9-Ball Pool Singles semi-finals.

Lian Han defeated Malaysia’s Muhamad Yakup in the quarter-finals with a score of 9-3 and Aloysius defeated Thailand’s Preecha Boonmoung in the quarter-finals with a score of 9-4.

Lian Han will face Philippines’ Johann Chua and Aloysius will face Philippines’ Carlo Biado in the semi-finals on May 17 at 11am.

Peter Edward Gilchrist advanced to the Men’s English Billiards Singles Finals after defeating Thailand’s Yuttapop Pakpoj in the semi-finals with a score of 3-0. He will face Malaysia’s Pauk Sa in the finals on May 17 at 10am.

Tan Hui Ming Jessica advanced to the Women’s 9-Ball Pool Singles Finals after beating Vietnam’s Bich Tram Nguyen 7-2 in the semi-finals. She will take on Philippines’ Rubileen Amit in the finals taking place on May 17 at 3pm.

 

Cycling Mountain Bike

Riyadh Hakim bin Luqman finished in 14th place out of 18 in the Men’s Cross-Country Olympic Finals. He finished with a timing of 1:27.41.

 

Athletics

Ang Chen Xiang finished in second place out of eight and set a new national record (pending ratification) and personal best at the Men’s 110m Hurdles Finals after clinching a timing of 13.94s.

Teammate Chong Wei Guan finished in last place with a timing of 14.95s.

Nur Izlyn binte Zaini also set a new national record (pending ratification) and personal best at the Women’s 100m Hurdles Finals where she clinched a timing of 13.87s and finished in fifth place out of six competitors.

Phua Jasmine finished in fifth place out of six in the Women’s Discus Throw Finals and clocked a distance of 44.42m.

The Men’s 4x100m Relay Team consisting of Marc Brian Louis, Joshua Chua Han Wei, Mark Lee Ren and Ian Koe won the Bronze medal in the Finals. The team clocked a timing of 39.44 and finished in third place out of eight.

Goh Chui Ling finished in fourth place out of six in the Women’s 800m Finals with a timing 2:11.79.

 

Taekwondo

In the Men’s Recognised Team Poomsae Finals, Singapore’s team consisting of Ho Wei Kit Dixon, Low Sze Sheng Brandon and Yap Zong Han Darren won the joint Bronze medal after finishing in fourth place out of six. They achieved a score of 7.349.

In the Women’s Recognised Individual Poomsae Finals, Diyana Aqidah binte Muhammad Dian Khairudani finished in sixth place out of eight with a score of 7.232.

 

Beach Handball

The Singapore Men’s team suffered a 2-0 defeat to Cambodia in the Men’s Team Pool Play stage.

 

Basketball

The Singapore Women’s team suffered a 51-73 defeat to Vietnam in the Women’s 5×5 Round Robin stage.

 

Indoor Handball

The Singapore Men’s team drew 29-29 against Thailand in the Men’s Team Round Robin stage.

The Women’s team however suffered a 13-34 defeat to Thailand in the Women’s Team Round Robin stage.

 

Boxing

Mohamed Hanurdeen bin Hamid suffered a 5-0 loss to Philippines’ Ian Clark Bautista Pedres in the Men’s Flyweight 52-57kg Quarter Finals. Hanurdeen will not advance to the Semi Finals.

 

Dancesport

In the Mixed Waltz Finals, Rachel Teo Jia Hui and Jerome Teo Sze Yong finished in fifth place out of six with a score of 28.850.

The pair similarly finished in fifth place out of six in the Mixed Viennese Waltz Finals and the Mixed Slow Foxtrot Finals with a score of 28.800 and 29.200 respectively.

 

May 15 (Sunday)

Indoor Handball

The Women’s Team lost to host Vietnam 2-0. They will face Thailand in the next match on Monday. 

The Men’s Team lost to host Vietnam 2-0 as well, and will face Thailand in the next match on Monday.

 

Swimming

In the men’s 100m Freestyle final, Quah Zheng Wen finished first with a timing of 49.57 and took the Gold Medal. Jonathan Tan finished joint second with a timing of 50.14, and took the Silver medal. Earlier in the morning, Jonathan clocked 50.15s to finish first in the heats, marginally ahead of Zheng Wen’s 50.67.

In the men’s 50m Butterfly, Teong Tzen Wei set a new Games record and personal best with a timing of 23.04. He also won the gold medal. Mikkel Lee picked up the silver medal, after finishing second with a timing of 23.67. It was his personal best too.

The pair had finished in the top two in the heats earlier in the morning, with Tzen Wei’s 23.36 putting him ahead of Mikkel’s 23.80.

In the women’s 50m Backstroke, Quah Ting Wen clocked 29.83 to finish fifth and Bonnie Yeo clocked 30.60 to finish eighth. Earlier in the day, Ting Wen and Bonnie finished sixth and seventh respectively in the heats, with Ting Wen clocking 30.37s and Bonnie clocking 30.51s.

In the women’s 200m Breaststroke, Christie May finished second with a timing of 2:31.89 to clinch the silver medal. Letitia Sim came in third and clinched the bronze medal with a timing of 2:31.97.

In the Women’s 800m Freestyle event, Gan Ching Hwee clocked 8:42.60 and won the gold medal. Teammate Ashley Lim picked up the Bronze medal too, after finishing 8:58.98. It was also Ashley’s new personal best.

In the Men’s 400m Individual Medley Finals, Maximillian Ang finished fourth with a timing of 4:26.18, while Ephraim Tan finished seventh with a timing of 4:43.18.

The Women’s 4x100m Freestyle Relay team consisting of Amanda Lim, Christie May, Quah Jing Wen and Quah Ting Wen clinched the gold medal, after clocking 3:45.71.

 

Xiangqi

In the blitz team event, Singapore defeated Malaysia twice, won and drew once against Thailand, and lost to Vietnam twice. The team finished second among four teams and clinched the silver medal.

 

Golf

Atienza Aloysa Margiela Mabutas attained an individual score of 65 and finished her campaign with a total score of 209 (7 under par). Her efforts saw her winning the silver medal.

Loh Suanne Hailey finished sixth overall, with a score of 217 (1 over par), while Inez Ng withdrew from the final round.

In the men’s individual, Ryan John Ang, Tai Hiroshi Hirahara, Brandon Han and Wong Qi Wen did not manage to win a medal. They finished eighth, ninth, 22nd and 27th out of 35 competitors respectively.

 

Duathlon

In the men’s individual finals, both Lam Wai Kit and Ahmad Arif did not clinch a medal. Wai Kit finished fifth after clocking a timing of 1:58:07, while Ahmad Arif finished eighth with a timing of 2:04:54.

In the women’s individual finals, Yong Man Yun finished sixth after clocking a timing of 2:22:08.

 

Athletics

In the men’s 400m, Tan Zong Yang clinched the bronze medal, after clocking a timing of 47.46. Earlier in the day, he ran 48.53s in the heats. It was Singapore’s first medal in the event in 47 years.

Thiruben Thana Rajan finished seventh out of eight competitors, after clocking 48.22. He ran 49.29s in the heats earlier in the day.

In the Women’s High Jump event, Michelle Sng clinched the silver after leaping 1.75m. She became the first Singaporean to win three SEA Games medal in the discipline, having won bronze and gold in 2015 and 2017 respectively.

 

Wushu

In the women’s Taijijian finals, Zeanne Law and Vera Tan finished outside of the top three and did not win a medal. Zeanne’s score of 9.67 placed her fourth, while Vera’s 9.65 score placed her fifth.

In the women’s Changquan final, Isabel Chua and Kimberly Ong did not manage to clinch a medal. Isabel’s score of 9.56 saw her finishing sixth, while Kimberly’s 9.33 saw her come in ninth.

In the men’s Nangun finals, Randall Lim scored 9.21 and finished ninth out of 10 competitors.

In the men’s Daoshu and Gunshu combined finals, Jowen Lim clinched the silver medal. The medal wrapped up the Team Singapore’s best-ever away haul at the SEA Games in the sport, with two golds, three silvers and a bronze.

 

Beach Volleyball

Singapore lost to Philippines 2-0. The team will play against Cambodia next on May 16.

 

Fencing

In the Women’s Individual Sabre, Jessica Ong clinched the silver medal, after losing to Vietnam’s Bui Thi Thu Ha 11-15 in the final. Enroute to the final, she won three bouts out of five in the pool, and received a bye in the Table of 16.

In the Table of 8, she defeated Thailand’s Srinualnad Bandhita 15-11, and won against teammate Jolie Lee in the semi-finals by a score of 15-5.

Jolie picked up the joint bronze medal. Enroute to the semi-finals, she won two bouts of five in the pool, defeated Cambodia’s Chhay Linly 15-8 in the Table of 16 and Thailand’s Phokaew Tonkhaw 15-8 in the Table of 8.

In the Men’s Individual Foil event, Jonathan Au Eong became the first Singaporean to win the gold medal. He defeated Philippines’ Perez Nathaniel 15-7 in the final.

Enroute to the final, Jonathan won all five of his pool bouts and received a bye in the Table of 16. In the Table of 8, he defeated Vietnam’s Pham Quoc Tai 15-10, and emerged victorious in the semi-finals against Malaysia’s Yoong Hans Wei Shen by a 15-11 score.

Teaammate Kieren Lock won four of his five bouts and received a bye in the Table of 16. In the Table of 8, he faced Perez Nathaniel and lost 13-15.

 

Pencak Silat

Abdul Raazaq defeated Malaysia’s Mohd Al Jufferi 26-21 in the Men Class F (70-75kg) Tanding semi-finals. He will face Vietnam’s Tran Dinh Nam on Monday.

In the Men Class G (75-80kg) Tanding semi-finals, Sheikh Ferdous defeated Thailand’s Suthat Bunchit via disqualification to advance to the finals, where he will face Vietnam’s Nguen Tan Sang on Monday.

In the Men Class H (80-85kg), Syakir Jeffry clinched a joint-bronze medal after losing to Ronaldo Neno from Indonesia 49-33 in the semi-finals.

In the Women’s Class E (65-70kg) Tanding event, Nurul Suhaila beat Vietnam’s Nguyen Thi Cam Nhi 47-45 and advanced to the finals, wehre she will face Siti Shazwana of Malaysia on Monday.

In the Women’s Class F (70-75kg) Tanding event, Siti Khadijah lost to Malaysia’s Siti Rahman 70-47 in the semi-finals. She won the joint Bronze medal.

 

Gymnastics

Emma Yap and Nadine Joy Nathan both qualified for the finals of the Women’s (Artistic) Balance Beam, after finishing fifth and sixth respectively in the qualification round. Kaitlyn Lim, Shandy Poh and Aryanna Nish Shetty all missed out, after finishing 10th, 13th and 17th out of 21 competitors. The finals will be held on Monday.

Nadine Joy Nathan also won the bronze medal in the Women’s (Artistic) Uneven Bars event. She scored 12.433 in the final.

In the Women’s (Artistic) Individual Vault event, Nadine finished fourth with a 12.600 score, while Kaitlyn finished sixth with a 12.050 score.

In the Men’s (Artistic) Floor Exercise event, Terry Tay won the silver medal after finishing with a 14.033 score. In the same event, Robin Sim finished eighth out of eight competitors with a score of 12.667.

In the Men’s (Artistic) Individual Pommel Horse Final, Mikhail Haziq scored 11.933 to finish fifth, while Chong Jer Rong scored 11.500 to finish seventh.

In the Men’s (Artistic) Individual Still Rings Final, Robin Sim scored 11.167 and finished eighth.

 

Billiards

Toh Lian Han beat Thailand’s Amnuayporn Chotipong 9-7 and advanced into the quarter-finals of the Men’s 9-ball Pool Singles event. He will play against Malaysia Muhamad Yakup on Monday.

In the women’s 9-ball pool singles,  Charlene Chai lost to Rubilen Amit from the Philippines 7-6 and did not advance to the semi-finals. Jessica Tan beat Thailand’s Vutthiphan Kongkaket 7-4 and will face Vietnam’s Bich Tram Nguyen in the semi-finals on Monday.

In the Men’s English Billiards Singles Quarter Finals, Alex Puan lost to Thailand’s Praprut Chaithanasakun 3-1 and did not advance to the semi-finals.

 

 

 

Ju-Jitsu

In the Men 69kg (GI) class, Noah Lim defeated Indonesia’s Fikri Mchamand by submission.

In the Women 45KG (No GI), Kimberly Marion Tan Cordeiro lost to Vietnam’s Phung Thi Hue and Cambodia’s Mab Sokhouy and was eliminated.

In the Men 56kg (NO GI) class, Tan Yong Siang lost in the final to Vietnam’s Dao Hong Son by majority referee’s decision, and clinched the silver medal. In the round robin, he defeated Philippines’ Cortz Jan Vincent Cortez and Malaysia’s Mohd Fozi, before defeating Thailand’s Keadnin Komkrit 2-0 in the semi-finals.

 

Table Tennis

The Singapore women’s team lost to Thailand 3-0 in the final, the first time in 10 editions of the SEA Games that they have not won the Gold Medal.

Zhou Jingyi lost 0-3 to Suthasini Sawettabuy (7-11, 9-11, 7-11),  Zeng Jian lost 2-3 (4-11, 11-9, 11-8, 8-11, 10-12) to  Orawan Paranang and Wong Xinru lost 1-3 (6-11, 9-11, 11-8, 4-11) against Jinnipa Awettabut.

 

Archery

Alan Lee and Goh Jun Hui has qualified for the Compound Men’s Individual Elimination Round 1/8, which will be played on Monday. Alan’s individual score of 680 placed him 17th out of 26 in the qualification round, while Jun Hui’s score of 672 placed him 21st.

Woon Teng Ng finished 22nd out of 26 with a score of 672, and did not qualify for the elimination round.

In the Compound Women’s Individual event, Contessa Loh and Madeleine Ong qualified for the elimination round after finishing 10th and 18th respectively in the qualification round. Contessa scored 672, while Madeleine scored 664.

Keller Chai, who scored 616, finished 21st out of 21 competitors in the qualification round and did not advance.

 

Football

The Women’s team lost to Myanmar 1-0 and were knocked out of the tournament after finishing third in the group.

 

Esports

The Men’s League of Legends: Wild Rift team consisting Alex Tan Yew Ming, Tan Yee Khai, Chua Wee Kiat, Kenneth Goh, Wong Jing Kai, Lim Wyi Shawn and Lam Wei Hao Jervis lost to Thailand 3-1 in the semi-finals, but rebounded to beat Malaysia 3-0 to win the bronze medal.

In the Mixed FIFA Online 4 team event, Singapore beat Malaysia 3-2 to finish fourth out of six.

 

Dancesport

In the Mixed Chachacha finals, the pair of Chelsy Tsan and Gary Tsan scored 31.700 to finish fourth.

In the Mixed Paso Doble finals, the pair scored 31.150 to finish fourth.

In the Mixed Jive finals, the pair scored 30.500 points to finish fifth.

 

Chess

Tin Jingyao clinched bronze in the men’s standard individual, after beating Myanmar’s Wynn Zaw Htun on Sunday.

Gong Qianyun finished seventh in the women’s standard individual, after drawing against Philippines’ Fronda Jan Jodilyn on Sunday.

May 14 (Saturday)

Swimming

In the Men’s 100m Breaststroke Heats, Maximillian Ang Wei finished 2nd out of 11 with a timing of 1:02.65. He then went on and placed 2nd out 8 in the finals with a timing of 1:01.58. He clinched the silver medal for the event and set a new national record and personal best.

Pang Sheng Jun (SGP) finished 10th out of 11 with the timing of 1:05.9 and did not advance to the finals.

Quah Ting Wen clocked a timing of 56.49s and finished 1st out of 12 in the Women’s 100m Freestyle Heats. Christie May Chue Mun Ee clocked a timing of 57.31s and finished 4th out of 12. In the finals, Quah Ting Wen finished 1st out of 8 with a timing of 55.60s and won a Gold medal. Christie May Chue Mun Ee finished 4th out of 8 with a timing of 56.99s.

For the Men’s 100m Backstroke Heats, Quah Zheng Wen finished 2nd out of 11 with a timing of 56.89s. Gabriel Koo Yingxuan clocked a timing of 57.85s and finished 7th out of 11. In the finals, Quah Zheng Wen finished 1st out of 8 with a timing of 54.83s and won the Gold medal. Gabriel Koo Yingxuan clocked a timing of 57.55s and finished 6th out of 8.

Quah Jing Wen finished 1st out of 11 for the Women’s 200m Individual Medley heats with a timing of 2:17.83. Sim En Yi Letitia clocked a timing of 2:20.07 and finished 6th out of 11. At the finals, Quah Jing Wen clocked a timing of 2:15.98 and finished 1st out of 8 and won a Gold medal. Sim En Yi Letitia came in 2nd with a timing of 2:16.61. She clinched the Silver medal.

Quah Jing Wen clinched the Gold medal after clocking a timing of 2:09.52 in the Women’s 200m Butterfly Stroke finals. With this victory, she set a new Games record, national record and personal best. 

 

Quah Jing Wen clinched Singapore’s first gold medal in swimming at this year’s Hanoi SEA Games. PHOTO CREDIT: SPORT SINGAPORE

 

Athletics

Lee Siong En Reuben Rainer finished 2nd out of 7 (21.16s) in the Men’s 200m Heats 1 and qualified for the finals. In the finals, he finished 5th out of 8 and has set a new national record and personal best with the timing of 21.07s.

Mark Lee Ren finished 5th out of 7 in the Men’s 200m Heats 2 and did not advance to the finals.

For the Women’s 1500m Final, Goh Chui Ling finished 3rd out of 5 with a timing of 4:33.41 and won the Bronze medal.

Pereira Veronica Shanti clinched Singapore’s fifth Gold medal with her victory in the Women’s 200m Final. She clocked a timing of 23.52s, breaking her Personal Best and setting a new National Record.

 

Shanti Pereira recorded a time of 23.52s in the Women’s 200m event, a new national record, to clinch Singapore its fifth gold medal. PHOTO CREDIT: SPORT SINGAPORE/REUTERS/ATHIT PERAWONGETHA

 

In the Men’s 1500m Final, Jeevaneesh S/O Soundararajah came in 7th out of 13 with a timing of 4:00.19. Ethan Yikai Yan finished 8th out of 13 with a timing of 4:04.43.

 

Rowing

For the Women’s Single Sculls Finals, Joan Poh Xue Hua clocked a timing of 09:00.262 and finished 5th out of 6.

In the Women’s Double Sculls Finals, Joan Poh Xue Hua and Teo Zhi Xuan came in 6th out of 6 with a timing of 8:18.644.

 

Wushu

Lim Yi Jie Randall came in 7th out of 10 with a score of 9.45 for the Men’s Nanquan Finals.

Chan Jun Kai captured the Gold medal in the Men’s Taijijian Finals after placing 1st out of 8 with a score of 9.72.

Isabel Chua Xin Ting scored 9.65 and finished 6th out of 7 in the Women’s Qiangshu Finals.

In the Women’s Taijiquan Finals, Vera Tan Yan Ning scored 9.67 and placed 4th out of 9. Zeanne Law Zhi Ning scored 9.48 and finished 6th out of 9.

Ong Li Ling Kimberly clinched the Gold medal in the Women’s Daoshu + Gunshu Finals (Round 2 – Daoshu). She finished 1st out of 6 for the Daoshu round of the two-part event. With a combined score of 19.37, she has won the Gold medal. Zoe Tan Ziyi clinched the Silver medal after finishing 2nd out of 6 for the Daoshu round of the two-part event. She scored a combined score of 19.33.

Jowen Lim Si Wei finished 3rd out of 9 in the Men’s Daoshu + Gunshu Preliminary Round (Round 1 – Daoshu) and will be competing in Round 2 on May 15.

 

Basketball

The Women’s 3×3 team of Jacqueline Chu Jia Jia, Lim Jia Min, Lim Rui Jia Alanna, Lim Zhi Yan Amanda lost to the Philippines 20 – 14 in the first qualifying round. They defeated Cambodia 21 – 6 in the second qualifying round. In the third qualifying round, Vietnam beat Singapore 22 – 11. The team finished 6th out of 7 and did not advance to the semifinals.

The Men’s 3×3 team of Goh Kok Chiang Delvin, Kwek Wei Meng Leon, Larry Liew Hua Sen, Lim Jun Yuan lost to the Philippines 21-16 in the first qualifying round and beat Cambodia 21-13 in the second. In the third round, Thailand beat Singapore 21-11. Singapore finished 6th out of 7 and did not advance to the semi-finals.

 

Triathlon

In the Men’s Individual Finals, Luke Chua Li Rong finished 7th out of 14 (2:06.59) and Nicholas Rachmadi finished 8th out of 14 (2:07.24).

 

Xiang Qi

In the Rapid Team Round Robin, Singapore drew Cambodia 1-1, lost to Vietnam 1-0, beat Malaysia 2-0 and beat Thailand 2-0. The team finished 3rd out of 5 and won the Bronze medal.

 

Fencing

For the Women’s Individual Foil, Cheung Kemei defeated the Philippines 15-10 in the Table of 8 and advanced to the semi-finals. Maxine Wong Jie Xin defeated Vietnam 15-8 and also advanced to the semi-finals. Maxine Wong Jie Xin beat Cheung Kemei in the semi-finals 15-10 and advanced to the finals against the Philippines. Cheung Kemei won the joint Bronze medal. At the finals, Maxine Wong Jie Xin lost 14-12 and clinched the Silver medal.

In the Men’s Individual Epee, Simon Lee Renjie defeated Thailand 15-8 in the Table of 8 and advanced to the semi-finals against Vietnam. He then lost in the semi-finals 15-8 and won the joint Bronze medal. Si To Jian Tong lost 15-12 against the Philippines in the Table of 8 and did not advance to the semi-finals.

 

Pencak Silat

Muhammad Syakir Bin Jeffry beat Thailand 38-31 in the Men Class H (80 – 85kg) – Tanding quarter-finals and advanced to the semi-finals, which will be played against Indonesia on May 15.

Sheik Farhan Bin Sheik Alau’ddin beat Vietnam 24-10 in the Men Class J (90 – 95kg) – Tanding quarter-finals and advanced to the semi-finals, which will be played against Malaysia on May 15.

Nurul Suhaila Binte Mohamed Saiful beat the Philippines 52-24 in the Women Class E (65 – 70kg) – Tanding quarter-finals and advanced to the semi-finals, which will be played against Vietnam May 15.

Muhammad Hazim Bin Mohamad Yusli (SGP) defeated Laos’ Chansamone Phomsopha via TKO. He advanced to the finals and will compete against Indonesia’s Muhamad Yachser Arafa May 16.

 

Billiards Sports

Lim Chun Kiat lost to Thailand’s Kritsanut Lertsattayathorn 5-1 in the Men’s 6-Red Snooker Singles Pre-Quarter. He did not advance to the quarter-finals.

Yapp Aloysius beat Vietnam’s Quoc Hoang Duong 9-8 in the Men’s 9-Ball Pool Singles Pre-Quarter and advanced to the quarter-finals, which will be played on May 16.

Peter Edward Gilchrist defeated Myanmar’s Min Si Thu Tun 3-1 in the Men English Billiards Singles Quarter Finals and will advance to the semi-finals against Thailand’s Yuttapop Pakpoj (THA). The match will be played on May 16.

 

Table Tennis

Singapore defeated Vietnam in the Women’s Team semi-finals 3-1 and advanced to the finals which will be held on May 15.

Singapore lost to Thailand in the Men’s Team semi-finals 3-1 and was awarded the joint Bronze medal.

In the Mixed Doubles Round of 16, Pang Yew En Koen And Wong Xin Ru defeated Cambodia 3-0 and advanced to the quarter-finals which will be held on May 17.

 

Golf

In Round 2 of the Women’s Individual, Loh Suanne Hailey achieved an individual score of 73 (1 Over Par) and a total score of 144 (Even Par). She is currently ranked 4th out of 20. 

Atienza Aloysa Margiela Mabutas attained an individual score of 70 (2 Under Par) and a total score of 144 (Even Par). She is currently ranked 4th out of 20.

Inez Ng Xin Yi is placed 8th out of 20 after attaining an individual score of 74 (2 Over Par) and a total Score of 148 (4 Over Par).

 

For Round 2 of the Men’s Individual event, Ryan John Ang achieved an individual score of 72 (Even Par) and a total score of 143 (1 Under Par). He is currently ranked 7th out of 35.

Tai Hiroshi Hirahara attained an individual score of 74 (2 Over Par) and a total score of 143 (1 Under Par). He is currently ranked 7th out of 35.

Wong Qi Wen placed 23rd out of 25 with an individual score of 76 (4 Over Par) and a total score of 156 (12 Over Par). 

Han Zhen Guang Brandon achieved an individual score of 80 (8 Over Par) and a total score of 156 (12 Over Par). He is currently ranked 23rd out of 35.

 

Jiu-Jitsu

In the Women’s 62kg (GI) round robin, Fiona Toh beat Vietnam 6-0, lost to Thailand 0-0 by 1 advantage and beat the Philippines 6-0. She finished 3rd of 5 and clinched the bronze medal.

 

Football

In the Men’s Group B, Singapore drew against Malaysia with the final score of 2-2. Shah Shahiran and Harhys Stewart scored for the Young Lions, but the draw means that Singapore will not qualify for the knockout rounds for the fourth Games in a row.

 

Esports – League of Legends: Wild Rift (Mobile)

In the team event group stage, Vietnam defeated Singapore 1-0. Singapore then beat Malaysia 1-0 in the next round, finishing 2nd out of 3. The team advanced to the semi-finals and will play against Thailand on May 15.

 

Esports – Mixed Fifa Online 4 

In the team event group stage, Singapore beat Indonesia 2-1 and finished 2nd out of 3. The team advanced to the semi-finals and will play against Malaysia on May 15.

 

Artistic Gymnastics

For the Women’s (Artistic) Individual All Around Finals, Nadine Joy Nathan scored 47.700 (4th out of 25), Emma Yap En-Lin scored 45.100 (9th out of 25), Kaitlyn Lim scored 44.900 (10th out of 25) and Poh Zi Xuan Shandy scored 44.150 (13th out of 25).

In the team event, Aryanna Nish Shetty, Nadine Joy Nathan, Cheong Yuet Yueng, Emma Yap, Kaitlyn Lim and Shandy Poh won a bronze medal – Singapore’s 13th. They scored 182.550, which saw the team finishing behind Philippines and Vietnam in the final.

 

May 13 (Friday)

Golf

Tan Hiroshi Hirahara was ranked second out of 35 in the first round of the Men’s Individual after he achieved a score of 69 (3 under par).

Ryan John Ang placed fifth and Han Zheng Guang Brandon placed 19th with a score of 71 (1 under par) and (76 (4 over par) respectively.

Wong Qi Wen ranked 27th with a score of 80 (8 over par)

Women’s Individual Round 1: Atienza Aloysa Margiela Mabutas, Inez Ng Xin Yi, Loh Suanne Hailey (8am – 2pm)

 

Wushu (Taolu)

Jowen Lim Si Wei secured Singapore’s fifth silver medal and eighth overall medal at the 31st SEA Games. He placed second out of nine competitors in the Men’s Chanquan Finals and finished with a score of 9.70.

In the men’s Nandao Finals, Randall Lim finished in ninth place out of nine competitors, with a score of 8.10.

Chan Jun Kai secured Singapore’s fourth bronze medal and tenth overall medal at the 31st SEA Games. He placed third out of nine competitors in the Men’s Taijiquan Finals and clinched a score of 9.57.

In the women’s Jianahu Finals, Isabel Chua finished sixth out of seven competitors with a score of 9.37.

Team Singapore’s Ong Li Ling Kimberly finished in third place in the first round of the Women’s Daoshu and Gunshsu Preliminary Rounds with a score of 9.69. Teammate Zoe Tan Ziyi finished in fourth place with a score of 9.66. The two of them will next compete in the second round of the event taking place on May 14.

Chess

Singapore’s Tin Jingyao defeated Indonesia’s Priasmoro Novendra in the fifth round of the Men’s Individual Standard with a score of 1-0. He will next face Vietnam’s Nguyen Ngoc Troung Son in the sixth round at 5pm. He drew against Vietnam’s Nguyen Ngoc Troung Son with a score of ½ – ½ in the sixth round. He will play against Myanmar in the next round on May 14.

Singapore’s Gong Qianyun drew against Malaysia’s Azhar Puteri Munajjah Az-Zauraa with a score of ½ – ½ in the fifth round of the Women’s Individual Standard. She will next play against Malaysia’s Tan Li Ting in the sixth round at 5pm. She then defeated Malaysia’s Tan Li Ting with a score of 1-0 in the sixth round and will compete against Indonesia in the next round on May 14.

 

Fencing

14-year-old Elle Koh Meihui secured Singapore’s second gold medal and 11th overall medal of the 31st SEA Games after she defeated fellow Singaporean and defending champion Kiria Tikanah Abdul Rahman in the Finals with a score of 12-11. Kiria secured Singapore’s sixth Silver medal and 12th overall medal.

Elle Koh Meihui won two out of four bouts in the Individual Pools round and defeated Philippine’s Guinto Anna Gabriella in the Table of Eight Round with a score of 15-4 to qualify for the Semi Finals. She later defeated Vietnam’s Vu Thi Hong in the Semi Finals with a score of 15-14 to advance to the Finals.

Kiria Tikanah Abdul Rahman won three out of four bouts in the individual pools round and later defeated Philippines’ Guinto Anna Gabriella in the Table of 8 Round with a score of 15-7 to qualify for the Semi Finals. She then defeated Thailand’s Thanee Korawan with a score of 15-12 in the Semi Finals to advance to the Finals.

 

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Elle defeated defending champion and fellow Singaporean Kiria Tikanah to clinch Singapore’s second Gold medal and 12th overall medal of the Games. PHOTO CREDIT: SINGAPORE NATIONAL OLYMPIC COUNCIL

 

Chan Phu Xien won four bouts out of four in the Sabre Men’s Individual Pools and qualified for the Table of Eight round where he faced fellow Singaporean Choy Yu Yong. 

Choy Yu Yong also qualified for the Table of Eight round after he won two out of four bouts in the Individuals Pools round.

Chan Phu Xien later defeated Choy Yu Yong with a score of 15-12 in the Table of Eight Round to qualify for the Semi Finals where he earned the joint Bronze medal for the Sabre Men’s Individual.

 

Table Tennis

The Men’s Table Tennis Team advanced to the semi-finals after they defeated Philippines and Malaysia 3-1 and 3-0 respectively in the Round Robin stage. The semi-finals will take place on May 14.

The Singapore Women’s Table Tennis Team advanced to the semi-finals following their 3-0 and 3-1 victory over Cambodia and Malaysia respectively in the Round Robin stage. The semi-finals will take place on May 14.

 

Pencak Silat

Aniq Asri bin Mohammad Yazid failed to qualify for the Men’s Tanding (Match) Class B (50-55kg) Semi Finals Round after a 31-55 defeat to Indonesia’s Khoirudin Mustakim.

Muhammaz Hazim bin Mohamad Yusli advanced for the Men’s Tanding (Match) Class C (55-60 kg) Semi Finals following a 43-22 victory over Vietnam’s Vu Van Kien in the Quarter Finals. Hazim will face Laos’ Chansamone Phomsopha on May 14 for the Semi Finals.

Muhammad Riansyauqi bin Mistam failed to advance to the Men’s Tanding (Match) Class D (60-65kg) Semi Final Round after he was defeated by Thailand’s Adilang Chemaeng by TKO.

Abdul Raazaq bin Abdul Rashud advanced to the Men’s Tanding (Match) Class F (70-75kg) Semi Finals after he defeated Laos’ Feng Vongphakdy via disqualification in the Quarterfinal Round. Abdul Raazaq will face Malaysia’s Mohd Al Jufferi bin Jamari on May 15 for the Semi Finals.

 

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The Singapore team kicked off their group stage campaign with a 0-1 defeat to Vietnam but bounced back in their second game with a 1-0 victory over Malaysia.

 

Artistic Gymnastics

The team of Tay Wei-An Terry, Lim Junyi Kaeson, Mohammad Mikhail Haziq bin Mohammad Ghazali, Sim Boon Pin Robin, Liew Jun Yi Zac and Chong Jer Rong scored a total of 297.650 and finished 3rd out of 4 in the Men’s (Artistic) Team Finals. The team clinched Singapore’s sixth bronze medal, bringing the total medal tally to 14 medals.

In the Men’s (Artistic) Individual All Round Final, Sim Boon Pin Robin finished 14th out of 30 with 60.400 points, and teammate Liew Jun Yi Zac finished 16th out of 30 with a score of 58.900. 

For the Men’s (Artistic) Floor Exercise Qualification – Subdivision 2, Tay Wei-An, Terry finished 6th out of 24 with the score of 13.20 and has qualified for the final. Sim Boon Pin, Robin scored 12.75 and finished 9th out of 24. He has also qualified for the final. The final will be held on May 15. Liew Jun Yi, Zac (11th out of 24), Chong Jer Rong (13th out of 24) and Lim Junyi Kaeson (18th out of 24) did not qualify for the finals.

As for the Men’s (Artistic) Pommel Horse Qualification – Subdivision 2, Chong Jer Rong finished 6th out of 24 and Mohammad Mikhail Haziq Bin Mohammad Ghazali finished 7th out of 24. Both of them have qualified for the finals which will be held on May 15. Lim Junyi Kaeson (9th out of 24), Liew Jun Yi, Zac (11th out of 24) and Sim Boon Pin, Robin (12th out of 24) did not qualify for the finals.

In the Men’s (Artistic) Still Rings Qualification – Subdivision 2, Sim Boon Pin Robin scored 12.05 and finished 9th out of 22. He has qualified for the finals, which will be held on May 15. Liew Jun Yi, Zac (13th out of 22), Tay Wei-An, Terry (13th out of 22) and Lim Junyi Kaeson (21st out of 22) did not qualify for the finals.

The Men’s (Artistic) Vault Qualification – Subdivision 2 saw Tay Wei-An, Terry score a total of 13.575. He finished 7th out of 11 and has qualified for the finals, which will be held on May 16. Sim Boon Pin, Robin scored 13.025 (10th out of 11) and did not qualify for the finals.

Tay Wei-An, Terry finished 9th out of 22 with a score of 12.70 and Chong Jer Rong finished 10th out of 22 with a score of 12.60 in the Men’s (Artistic) Parallel Bars Qualification – Subdivision 2. They will both compete at the finals on May 16. Teammates Liew Jun Yi, Zac (11th out of 22), Mohammad Mikhail Haziq Bin Mohammad Ghazali (15th out of 22) and Sim Boon Pin Robin (21st out of 22) did not qualify for the finals.

Finally, in the Men’s (Artistic) Horizontal Bars Qualification – Subdivision 2, Chong Jer Rong scored 11.80 (10th out of 22) and Sim Boon Pin, Robin scored 11.75 (11th out of 22). They have both qualified for the finals which will take place on May 16. Lim Junyi Kaeson (14th out of 22), Mohammad Mikhail Haziq Bin Mohammad Ghazali (19th out of 22) and Liew Jun Yi, Zac (22nd out of 22) did not qualify for the finals.

 

Basketball (3×3)

The Men’s 3×3 team consisting of Delvin Goh, Leon Kwek, Larry Liew and Lim Jun Yuan defeated Indonesia in the first game of the qualifying round by a score of 21-15. They later suffered a 21-16 defeat to Malaysia and a 15-21 defeat to Vietnam.

The Women’s team consisting of Jacqueline Chu Jia Jia, Lim Jia Min, Lim Rui Jia Alanna and Lim Zhi Yan Amanda suffered a defeat to Thailand in their first game of the qualifying round by a score of 9-21. They later suffered their second defeat following a 8-21 loss to Indonesia and a third defeat to Malaysia 21-5. Singapore will play against the Philippines in the next match on May 14.

 

Football

The Women’s team scored a goal in the final minute against Laos, securing their first win at the SEA Games since 1985 with a score of 1-0. The goal was scored by Izzati Rosni. The team will play against Myanmar in the next group match on May 15.

May 11 (Wednesday)

Chess

Team Singapore’s Gong Qianyun suffered her second and third defeat of the Women’s Standard Individuals following 1-0 losses against Vietnam’s Hong Thi Bao Tram and Indonesia’s Sukandar Irine Kharishma in the third and fourth round respectively.

Team Singapore’s Tin Jingyao suffered his first defeat in the competition following a 1-0 loss to Indonesia’s Ervan Mohamad in the third round of the Men’s Standard Individuals. He later drew  ½ – ½ to Philippine’s Gomez John Paul in the fourth round.

 

Pencak Silat

Team Singapore’s Muhammad Iqbal bin Abdul Rahman secured Singapore’s first Gold medal following his victory over Thailand’s Ilyas Sadara in the Men’s Seni (Artistic) Tunggal (Single) Finals. Iqbal won with a score of 9.960 which managed to beat his opponent’s score of 9.930.

 

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Iqbal won Singapore’s first Gold medal and the sixth overall medal at the 31st SEA Games. PHOTO CREDIT: SPORT SINGAPORE

 

Team Singapore’s Men’s Seni (Artistic) Ganda (Pair) of Muhammad Hazim bin Mohammad Zaque and Muhammad Haziq bin Mohammad Zaque clinched Singapore’s third Silver medal and seventh overall medal of the 31st SEA Games. The pair achieved a score of 9.905 in the Finals but were unable to beat Malaysia’s score of 9.950.

Rowing

Team Singapore’s team of Joanna Chan Lai Cheng, Kang Yu Jia, Sherdyn Teng Siew Ting and Teng Shervis clocked a timing of 8:06.815 in the Women’s Fours Finals. The team finished in fourth place out of four.

 

Diving

Team Singapore’s Avvir Tham Pac Lun finished in fourth place out of six for the Men’s Individual 3m Springboard Finals. He clinched a score of 309.00.

Team Singapore divers Ong Rei En and Ong Sze En secured Singapore’s fourth silver medal and eighth overall medal. The pair placed second in the Women’s Synchronised 10m Platform Finals with a score of 225.42.

 

Beach Handball

The Singapore Men’s Beach Handball team finished in fourth place out of four in the round-robin stage. The team ended their campaign with another 2-0 defeat to Philippines, their sixth loss in six games.

 

Football

The Singapore Men’s under-23 team clinched their first group stage victory following a 1-0 win over Cambodia. Singapore’s goal came from Muhammad Akbar’s header in the 36th minute.

May 10 (Tuesday)

Chess

Team Singapore’s Gong Qianyun defeated Thailand’s Prommuang Araya 1-0 in the first round of the Women’s Standard Individuals but suffered a 1-0 loss to Philippines’ Frayna Janelle Mae in the second round.

Team Singapore’s Tin Jingyao defeated Thailand’s Laohawirapapap 1-0 in the first round of the Men’s Standard Individuals. Tin Jingyao later drew ½ – ½ to Malaysia’s Yeoh Li Tian in the second round.

 

Rowing

Team Singapore’s Joan Poh Xue Hua clocked a timing of 8:21.146 in the Women’s Single Sculls Heats. She finished in fifth place out of six competitors, and has advanced to the Finals which will take place on May 14.

In the Women’s Double Sculls Heats, Team Singapore’s Joan Poh Xue Hua and Teo Zhi Xuan clocked a timing of 8:04.316. The pair finished in sixth place out of six competitors and will advance to the Finals taking place on May 14.

 

Pencak Silat

Team Singapore’s Muhammad Iqbal bin Abdul Rahman will advance to the Men’s Seni (Artistic) Tunggal (Single) Finals taking place on May 11. Iqbal defeated Indonesia’s Asep Yuldan Sani in the Elimination Rounds and Brunei’s Muhd Ali Saifullah Abdullah in the Semi Finals with a score of 9.960 in both rounds.

Team Singapore’s Siti Nazurah binte Mohd Yusoff failed to advance to the Women’s Seni (Artistic) Tunggal (Single) Semi Finals after suffering a defeat to Laos’ Poukky Salerembubpha in the Elimination Rounds. Siti Nazurah managed to clinch a score of 9.420 in the Elimination Round but it was not enough to beat the Laotian’s score of 9.900.

Team Singapore’s Muhammad Hazim bin Mohammad Zaque and Muhammad Haziq bin Mohammad Zaque defeated Thailand in the Men’s Seni (Artistic) Ganda (Pair) Semi Finals with a score of 9.910. The pair will advance to the Finals taking place on May 11.

The Singapore Women’s Seni (Artistic) Ganda (Pair) team consisting of Nur Azlyana binte Ismail and Sharifah Shazza binte Samsuri secured Singapore’s first Bronze medal and second overall medal in the 31st SEA Games. The pair achieved a score of 9.860 in the Semi-Finals but were unable to beat Indonesia’s score of 9.915.

Team Singapore’s Men’s Seni (Artistic) Regu (Trio) team did not manage to advance to the Semi Finals following their loss against Thailand in the Elimination Round. The trio, consisting of Muhammad Iqbal bin Abdul Rahman, Muhammadinil Mustafar bin Mohd Isa and Muhammad Nazrul bin Mohd Kamal managed to clinch a score of 9.915 but it was not enough to beat Thailand’s score of 9.960.

Team Singapore’s Amirah binte Sahrin, Iffah Batrisyia binte Noh, Nur Ashikin binte Zulkifli secured Singapore’s second Bronze medal and third overall medal in the 31st SEA Games. The trio were defeated by Vietnam in the Women’s Seni (Artistic) Regu (Trio) Semi Finals with a score of 9.930-9.960.

 

Diving

Team Singapore Diver Fong Kay Yian secured Singapore’s third Bronze medal and fourth overall medal of the 31st SEA Games. She finished in third place among eight competitors for the women’s 3m springboard finals with a score of 204.25. Teammate Mira Dewan clinched a score of 161.85 and finished in seventh place.

Team Singapore divers Lee Shen Oon Max and Jonathan Chan Fan Keng secured Singapore’s Singapore’s second silver medal and fifth overall medal. The pair achieved a score of 322.50 and finished in second place out of four competitors at the Men’s Synchronised 10m Platform Finals.

 

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(From left to right) Jonathan, Kay Yian and Max clinched three of the five medals Singapore won in Day -2 of the 31st SEA Games. PHOTO CREDIT: SINGAPORE NATIONAL OLYMPIC COUNCIL

 

Beach Handball

The Singapore Men’s Beach Handball team suffered another 2-0 defeat to Thailand in the round-robin stage, making it their fifth consecutive defeat in the competition.

 

Football

The Singapore Women’s team kicked off their 31st SEA Games group stage campaign with a 3-0 loss to Thailand in their first Group B match.

May 9 (Monday)

Rowing


Team Singapore’s Rowing Women Four team clocked a timing of 9:51.73 in heats and advanced to the Finals which will take place on May 11. The quartet of Joanna Chan, Kang Yu Jia, Sherdyn Teng and Shervis Teng were placed third in the heats, behind Vietnam and Thailand. 

In the women’s pair, Joanna Chan Lai Cheng and Kang Yu Jia clocked a time of 9:31.84 to finish second in the heats. They advance into the finals, which take place on May 13.

 

Diving 

Diver Avvir Tham Pac Lun secured Singapore’s first medal of the 31st SEA Games, after finishing second in the men’s 1m Springboard finals to secure the silver medal. The 17-year-old, a debutant at the Games, scored 286.40.

 

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Avvir Tham’s next event will be the Men’s 3m Individual Springboard Finals on May 11. PHOTO CREDIT: FACEBOOK/ SINGAPORE NATIONAL OLYMPIC COUNCIL

 

Team Singapore’s Women’s 3m Synchronised Springboard pair consisting of Ashlee Tan Yi Xuan and Fong Kay Yian clinched a score of 229.41 in the Finals. The pair finished in third place, behind Vietnam and Malaysia.

 

Beach Handball

The Singapore’ Men’s team suffered another 2-0 defeat to Vietnam in the round-robin stage, making it their fourth consecutive defeat in the competition.

 

Kickboxing

Team Singapore’s Muhammad Nazri bin Sutari’s 31st SEA Games campaign came to an end after he suffered a 2-1 defeat against Cambodia’s Chhoeung Lvay in the Men’s under 71kg-Low Kick Quarter Finals.

 

Football

The Singapore Men’s under-23 team suffered their first defeat in the group stage following a 5-0 loss to Thailand.

May 8 (Sunday)

Diving

Team Singapore Divers Fong Kay Yian finished fifth in the Women’s 1m Springboard Finals, with a score of 204.25. Teammate Mira Dewan finished sixth with a score of 181.65. 

 

Beach Handball

The Singapore’ Men’s team suffered their third consecutive loss in the round-robin stage after a 2-0 defeat to Philippines.

May 7 (Saturday)

Football

The Singapore Men’s under-23 team kicked off their SEA Games group stage campaign in a thrilling 2-2 draw against Laos.

Laos were ahead with two goals before late strikes from substitutes Glenn Kweh and Jordan Emaviwe in stoppage time helped Young Lions to draw level.

Beach Handball

The Singapore Men’s team suffered their second defeat in the round-robin stage after a 2-0 loss to Thailand.

May 6 (Friday)

Beach Handball

The Singapore Men’s Beach Handball team started their SEA Games campaign with a 2-0 defeat in their opening round-robin match against Vietnam.


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