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Nanjing Breaking: Shooter wins second medal for Singapore

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Nanjing Breaking: Shooter wins second medal for Singapore

21 August, 2014   Angelina Dass

Singapore's Teh Xiu Yi and Mohamed Ahmed from Egypt clinch the second medal in Shooting 10m Air Pistol Mixed International Teams (Finals).

Teh Xiu Yi posing with the Silver medal with Mohamed Ahmed from Egypt. (Photo: Singapore National Olympic Council)


Singapore's Teh Xiu Yi clinches the republic's second medal in Shooting 10m Air Pistol Mixed International Teams (Finals). Together with her teammate, Mohamed Ahmed from Egypt, she put up a brave fight but lost 5-10 to Vladimir Svechbikov (UZB) and Lidia Nencheva (BUL).

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