Story By Zachary Foo/Red Sports. Photos by Lim Yong Teck/Red Sports

Inter-Tertiary Canoeing Competition 2014 Men's C11000m

Tan Chun Leng of SIM in action. Chun Leng took home the Men’s C1 1000m gold medal with a timing of 4:46.81. He also won gold in the C1 200m to take the double over both distances. (Photo 1 © Lim Yong Teck/Red Sports)

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MacRitchie Reservoir, Saturday, March 22, 2014 — Tan Chun Leng of Singapore Institute of Management (SIM) bagged two gold medals over two distances in the C1 class of the Tertiary Canoeing Championships.

Chun Leng clocked 4:46.81 to win the 1000m race. He came back after the lunch break to win the 200m in 49.53 seconds.

Yan Ze Xun of Temasek Polytechnic (TP) clocked 51.80 seconds to finish second in the C1 200m, while Alvis Ang of Singapore Polytechnic (SP) rounded off the podium with his time of 52.77 seconds.

Tan Sheng Yu of National University of Singapore (NUS) finished second in the C1 1000m with a time of 5:03.83, while Clement Tan of Nanyang Technological University was close behind, clocking 5:07.34.

Men’s C1 200m Final
1st Tan Chun Leng (SIM) — 49.53
2nd Yan Ze Xun (TP) — 51.80
3rd Alvis Ang (SP) — 52.77
4th Tan Sheng Yu (NUS) — 53.30
5th James Lim (RP) — 53.95
6th Clement Tan (NTU) — 54.55

Men’s C1 1000m Final
1st Tan Chun Leng (SIM) — 4:46.81
2nd Tan Sheng Yu (NUS) — 5:03.83
3rd Clement Tan (NTU) — 5:07.34
4th Benny Tan (NTU) — 5:08.16
5th Janus Lee (NYP) — 5:17.39
6th Alvis Ang (SP) — 5:18.37

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