Incheon Daily: Sports Round Up

21 September, 2014   Simon Evans


Team Singapore’s Aizat Bin Muhammad Jufrie in action at Rings during Men's Individual Qualification and Team Final Subdivision 3 (Photo by Jaewon Lee / Sport Singapore)



It was a valuable learning experience for Team Singapore's gymnasts as they finished with a combined score of 220.425 in the qualifying round of Sunday's Men's Individual event. Japan won the competition with a score of 355.475, while South Korea and China came in second and third respectively.


Over at the Dream Park Equestrian Venue, Team Singapore Equestrian Caroline Chew came in 20th out of 30 competitors for the Dressage Individual Intermediate, posting a score of 66.000 % and has advanced to the final of the Intermediate I Freestyle competition that will be held on 23 September.

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Team Singapore's Silas Abdul Razak (2nd right) scores the country's second goal against Malaysia in the pool matches of the competition. (Photo by Joseph Nair / Sport Singapore)



The Team Singapore hockey squad showed great grit and determination in their match against South Korea but were still beaten by the hosts 12-0 at the Seonhak Hockey Stadium. The Singapore side's next match will be against Bangladesh on 23 September

Water polo

It was always going to be tough against the more experienced Chinese side, but Team Singapore's women's water polo team, competing for the first time at the Asian Games, managed to hold their own in a 26-3 defeat at the Dream Park Aquatics Centre on Sunday. Their next game will be against Hong Kong on 23 September.

Trap Shooting

Mohd Zain Amat shot a respectable score of 115 to finish 17th in a field of 46 competitors on Day 2 of the trap shooting qualifiers at Dream Park Shotgun Range on Sunday. Compatriot Choo Choon Seng was not far behind in 20th spot, scoring 114 points. They did not qualify for the final.




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Team Singapore footballers put up sterling display to beat Palestine but are still out of the competition


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Wong sisters impress during Sunday's women's individual foil event

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Incheon Breaking: Fencer Lim Wei Wen bags first medal at the Games

Team Singapore Fencer, Lim Wei Wen, has just clinched the first bronze medal for the Men’s Indivdual Epee.

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Incheon Breaking: Joseph Schooling wins second Bronze for Singapore

Joseph Schooling wins a Bronze medal in the 200m Butterfly finals with a time of 1:57.54 seconds

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Incheon Breaking: Third Bronze for Singapore in Sepak Takraw Men's Doubles

Muhammad Farhan, Muhammad Hafiz and Eddy Nor Shafiq wins the third Bronze medal for Singapore in the Sepak Takraw Men's Doubles