SEA GAMES: SINGAPORE CLINCHED FIRST GOLD MEDAL VIA SYNCHRONISED SWIMMING

Dear A.S.S. Editor

That did not take long! Synchronised swimmer Debbie Soh has clinched Singapore’s first gold medal in the SEA Games today, when the 19 year old won at her event.

She scored a total of 75.0000 – 22.30000 for execution, 30,0000 for artistic impression and 22.7000 for difficulty, to top the eight-strong field at the National Auqatic Centre in Bukit Jalil. Malaysia won the silver, while another Singaporean, Miya Wong, won the bronze.

Congratulations to Debbie Soh and Miya Wong for doing Singapore proud!

Mike Chan

A.S.S. Contributor

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