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Singapore triumphs in Free Routine Finals

23 June, 2014   Rani Vadakke & Germaine Gopalakrishnan

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Team Singapore's synchronised swimmers topped the Free Routine finals in the SEA Swimming Championships (photo by Sport Singapore/Kay Beng).

Singapore’s swimmers took home the gold in the Synchronized Swimming Free Routine finals of the Southeast Asian Swimming Championships 2014, fending off close competition from Indonesia, Vietnam and Malaysia.  

The team excelled in all three criteria of execution, artistic and difficulty scores, finishing with the highest score of 74.6333, enabling them to win the championship having previously also took gold in the Synchronised Swimming Duet Free and Technical Routine finals competition.


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Singapore triumphs in Free Routine Finals

Singapore’s swimmers took home the gold in the Synchronized Swimming Free Routine finals of the Southeast Asian Swimming Championships 2014.