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S'pore wraps up Synchronised Swimming with another gold

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S'pore wraps up Synchronised Swimming with another gold

24 June, 2014   Sophian Jamil & Jaslyn Tan

Team Singapore Synchronised Swimming Team
Singapore clinched another gold in team synchronised swimming on the final day of the SEA Swimming Championships (photo by Sport Singapore/Cheah Cheng Poh)

A playful rendition executed by the ten girls from Team Singapore secured the nation yet another gold in Synchronised Swimming in the SEA Swimming Championships 2014. With a total score of 74.1667 points, the girls from Team Singapore did enough to oust Malaysia into second place, who themselves ended with a close finish of 73.7333 points. 

A strong display was showcased by Team Singapore, with every movement timed to perfection in tune to the music accompaniment.  

The Malaysian team consisting of nine girls conjured a tremendous effort with their tribal and rap fusion – however it was only enough to grant them a silver. Indonesia finished third with 65.6333 points.

Indonesia Synchro swimming

Indonesia took home bronze for the team synchronised swimming finals (photo by Sport Singapore/Cheah Cheng Poh).

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