Incheon Daily: Day 7 Sports Round Up
26 September, 2014
Team Singapore’s Schooling Joseph Isaac (front L) reacts after Men's 4 x 100m Medley Relay Final (Photo by Jaewon Lee / Sport Singapore)
At the Dream Park Country Club, Team Singapore golfer Marc Ong posted a one-under-par 71 on Friday to finish joint 13th on the Individual Men's table. Gregory Foo posted the same result also scoring a one-under-par on Thursday with a joint 19th place finish. Johnson Poh shot a par-one on Friday and is now tired for 21st position. Jonathan Woo improved on his first day's par-three result to score an Even par and is now tied for 32nd position on the table. The men's team is now in joint 7th place out of 19 teams and have a total score of 425.
Team Singapore’s Cheong Christopher Ee Hong in action during Men's 4 x 100m Medley Relay Final (Photo by Jaewon Lee / Sport Singapore)
Nur Marina Chan may have finished the slowest among seven other athletes in the Women's 50m Freestyle Final, but she can be proud of clocking a new Personal Best timing of 25.91 seconds. Amanda Lim, who was also in the same race, swam a timing of 25.73 seconds and came in seventh.
Teo Zhen Ren was in action at the Men's 1500m Freestyle final on Friday finishing 12th out of 14 competitors with a time of 16:08.75. In the Men's 4x100m Medley Relay, the team of Rainer Ng, Christopher Cheong, Clement Lim and Joseph Schooling finished sixth out of eight teams with a timing of 3:44.17.
Team Singapore Sailors all set for Day 3 of their races (Photo by Singapore Sailing Federation)
Singapore’s sailing team kept themselves in medal contention with some strong performances on Friday at the 2014 Asian Games.
In the Optimist Women's One Person Dinghy, Jodie Lai finished the day in first place after using all her skills to ensure a net of 14 points at the Wangsang Sailing Arena.
Also leading the way were Kimberly Lim and Savannah Siew who showed excellent control to finish first out of six competitors with a net of 10 points in the 420 Women's Two Person Dinghy.
Cecilia Low and Priscilia Low, competing in the 29er Women's Two Person Dinghy, finished second out of six competitors with a net of 13 points to keep themselves in the hunt for a medal.
In the 420 Men's Two Person Dinghy, Loh Jia Yi and Jonathan Yeo’s 22 points so far mean they are sitting in third place while in the Laser Men's One Person Dinghy, Colin Cheng is placed third out of 12 competitors with a net of 19 points. In the Laser Radial Women’s One Person Dinghy, Elizabeth Yin is currently in fifth position out of 8 competitors with a net of 37 points.
In RS:One action, women's windsurfer Audrey Yong is currently fourth as is Raynn Kwok in the Optimist Men's One Person Dinghy.