Twins Mark and Timothy pick up gold for Singapore in diving finals
23 June, 2014
Sophian Jamil, Veronica Low & Kristen Koh
Singaporean twins Mark Lee and Timothy Lee put in a strong performance to clinch the gold medal in the Men’s Synchronised 3m Springboard Finals. (Photo by Sport Singapore/ Byron Wee)
The penultimate day of the SEASC 2014 kicked off with the Men’s Synchronised 10m Platform Finals. Indonesia’s team of Andriyan and Adityo Restu Putra, clinched gold with a score of 323.19 points in this event, followed by Rexel Ryan Fabriga and Anjoe Loberanes of the Philippines with a score of 284.88 points.
Later, in the Men’s Synchronised 3m Springboard Finals, twins Mark Lee and Timothy Lee put in a strong performance with a score of 343.77 points after six rounds to claim another gold medal for Singapore. Adityo Restu Putra and Luthfi Nico Abdillah of Indonesia came in second with a score of 324.21 points followed by Niño Carog and John David Pahoyo of the Philippines with 246.66 points.
In the women’s Synchronised 3m Springboard Finals, Kam Ling Kar and Jasmine Lai of Malaysia scored 261.99 after five rounds to come in first ahead of Singapore’s Fong Kay Yian and Myra Lee, who posted 239.58 points.