Glasgow Daily: Jasmine Ser takes the 2nd gold in shooting


Glasgow Daily: Jasmine Ser takes the 2nd gold in shooting

30 July, 2014   Chiu Ling

Jasmine and Yafei(3rd and 4th from left) National Shooters Jasmine Ser and Li Yafei. Photo by National Shooting Association.

Team Singapore shooter Jasmine Ser made the headlines with her win in the Women’s 50m Rifle 3 Positions Finals. This is the 2nd Gold medal for shooting and the 4th Gold medal that Singapore has secured to date at the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games. 

Here’s a quick overview of Team Singapore’s progress at the Games yesterday.


It was an exciting Women’s 50m Rifle 3 Positions Finals at the Commonwealth Games that got the nation excited for both Team Singapore shooters Jasmine Ser and Li Yafei.

It was a close affair between Jasmine and Scotland’s Jen MacIntosh as it went down to the final shot. Jasmine nailed it with a score of 9.8 over Jen’s MacIntosh score of 7.9, securing her victory as well as a  new Final Commonwealth Games Record of 449.1.

Despite a strong start by Yafei that saw her take 2nd place after the first 5 rounds, she struggled to maintain that performance and had to settle for 5th in the finals.


Despite a stellar silver medal performance yesterday, swim favourite Joseph Schooling was unable to replicate that performance in the Men's 200m Individual Medley Heats, finishing 15th out of 24 competitors with a time of 2:07.04 seconds. 

And while our women's swim quartet for the 4x100m medley comprising of Tao Li, Samantha Yeo, Quah Ting Wen and Nur Marina Chan qualified for the finals, they had to pull out of the race at the last moment as Ting Wen was unwell. The girls had finished in 7th place for the qualifying heats with a time of 4:17.43 seconds.

Lynette Lim finished 19th out of 22 competitors for the Women’s 400m Freestyle Heats with a time of 4:22.92 seconds. She did not qualify for finals.

Swimming Men's 4x100m Medley team of Quah Zheng Wen, Christopher Cheong, Joseph Schooling and Clement Lim finished 9th out of 14 teams in the heats with a time of 3:48.01 seconds and failed to secure a place in the finals.

 Gymnastics TeamOur Team Singapore National Gymnasts. Photo by Singapore Gymnastics


The women's Artistic Gymnastics team comprising of Lim Heem Wei, Michelle Teo, Ashly Lau, Janessa Dai and Joey Tam, finished 7th out of 14 teams with a score of 148.572.

Heem Wei and Janessa Dai have also qualified for the Individual All-Around Finals.

The men’s Artistic Gymnastics team comprising of Gabriel Gan, Hoe Wah Toon, Timothy Tay, Terry Tay and Aizat Jufrie, finished 10th out of 11 teams with a score of 226.82.

Gabriel Gan qualified for the Individual All-Around and Pommel Horse Finals where he finished with a score of 77.738 and 13.866 respectively. Both Aizat and Wah Toon qualified for the Individual Vault Finals. Wah Toon will also be involved in the Individual Floor Finals.



It was a good start to the singles and doubles events for Team Singapore shuttlers as they advanced to the next round of the competition.

In the preliminary rounds of the Men’s Singles, Derek Wong beat Mark Constable from Jersey with a score of 21-7 and 21-12 while Huang Chao beat Dominic Jaffray from Falkland Islands with a score of 21-4 and 21-5.

In the Women’s Singles, Liang Xiaoyu put up a strong performance with a 21-4 and 21-3 victory against Kate Foo Kune from Mauritius.

Chayut and Yao Lei defeated Dias and Weerasinghe from Sri Lanka with a score of 21-12 and 21-15 in the preliminary rounds of the Mixed Doubles. Terry Hee and Fu Mingtian also advanced to the next round with 21-8 and 21-11 victory over their counterparts from Isle of Man.

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