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OCBC Aquatic Arena, Wednesday, June 3, 2015 — Singapore won their first-ever Synchronised Swimming gold medal at the Southeast Asian Games when they finished first in the Team Technical and Free Routine event ahead of three other countries.
Singapore scored 76.5 points in the Free Routine Finals, and coupled with the 74.3445 points garnered in the Technical Routine on June 2, won the gold medal over Malaysia who scored a combined 146.5204 points against Singapore’s 150.8445.
1st Singapore – 150.8445 points
2nd Malaysia – 146.5204
3rd Indonesia – 138.1796
4th Thailand – 97.1419
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