Timothy Lee and Mark Lee (right) in the Men's Synchronized 3m springboard event. (Photo 1 © Vanessa Lim/Red Sports)

Toa Payoh Swimming Complex, Sunday, June 10, 2012 — Singapore’s Timothy and Mark Lee clinched a bronze medal in the men’s Synchronised 3m Springboard event at the South-east Asia Swimming Championships after finishing with a combined total score of 291.18 points (total dive difficulty 15.4).

Indonesian Ahmad Sukran Jamjami bagged his second gold medal in the championships in the men’s 3m springboard event as he amassed a total score of 309.66 (total dive difficulty 15.4) with partner Andriyan.

Muhammad Danial and Muhammad Nazreen from Malaysia came in second with a combined total of 304.05 points (total dive difficulty 14.3).

Identical twins Timothy and Mark Lee achieved their personal best scores despite struggling to find rhythm.

Mark said: “We were aiming for a silver medal today, and fell just slightly short of expectations. On hindsight, we could have been more precise; we’re equally happy with a bronze and this is a great learning opportunity for the both of us.”

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