Amanda Lim and Nur Marina Chan finished as the top swimmers in the 50 metres freestyle before Lionel Khoo and Darrin Lam repeated the feat in the 50 metres breaststroke as Singapore ended the meet in winning ways.
On day three of the 2nd South-east Asia Swimming Championships, Singapore finished on the podium in every event as they bagged two gold, three silver and four bronze medals to round up a fantastic day in the pool.
Gina Koh (#2), Mary Kan (#4), Adelyn Yew (#5), Lynnette Jean Tan (#8), Loke En Yuan (#9) and Denise Chen (#10) contributed a goal each for Singapore.
Both teams will meet again in the semi-final.
Singapore’s Adelyn Yew (#5) led all scorers with a game-high three goals, while Thailand’s Varistha Saraikarn (#8) had two goals.
Malaysia’s Fam Jia Yi (#12) led all scorers with a game-high five goals, while Gilbert Beh (#11) and Samuel Yu (#8) of Singapore registered four goals each.
Quah Zheng Wen, Amanda Lim and Danny Yeo each won gold to bring Singapore's tally to 16 golds, 11 silver and 13 bronze at the 1st Southeast Asia (SEA) Swimming Championships.
Singapore won the gold medal in the Team Free Routine on Day Two of synchronised swimming at the 1st Southeast Asia (SEA) Swimming Championships.