Story by Carissa Tan/Red Sports. Photos by Clara Yuan/Red Sports


Timothy Tay finished 6th with a 13.433 showing. (Photo 1 © Clara Yuan/Red Sports)

Bishan Stadium, Wednesday, June 10, 2015 — Timothy Tay and Gregory Gan emerged 6th and 7th out of eight competitors in the 28th Southeast Asian (SEA) Games men’s parallel bars final.

Timothy Tay scored 13.433 while Gregory Gan was 0.167 behind him with a 13.266 showing. Although both men did not finish on the podium for this event, they were part of the team that clinched a bronze medal in the men’s team event on the first day of the artistic gymnastics competition.

On his performance, Gregory commented, “I think it was all right. It was as per usual. Although I couldn’t compete with the other competitors because they have much higher start values and more complicated skills than I do, for me, it’s my own personal best. I try to beat my own previous record.”

Vietnam’s Phuong Thanh Dinh and Phuoc Hung Pham emerged champion and third respectively while Thailand’s Rartchawat Kaewpanya came in second.

Men’s Parallel Bars Results
1st Phuong Thanh Dinh (Vietnam) — 15.833
2nd Rartchawat Kaewpanya (Thailand) — 14.800
3rd Phuoc Hung Pham (Vietnam) — 14.633
4th Jamorn Prommanee (Thailand) — 14.400
5th Muhammad Try Saputra (Indonesia) — 14.133
6th Timothy Tay (Singapore) — 13.433
7th Gregory Gan (Singapore) — 13.266
8th Jeremiah Loo Phay Xing (Malaysia) — 12.400

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