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Sunday Medal Snippets

06 December, 2015   Simon Evans

archery

Nur Syahidah Bte Alim (L) and Robert Fuchs (R) with their medals [Photo by Sport Singapore / Action Images via Reuters]

Archery

Syahidah Alim won Singapore's first-ever ASEAN Para Games (APG) gold in the sport after she triumphed in the women's individual compound on Sunday.

The 30-year-old beat Malaysian Nor Sa Adah 139-133 at the Kallang Cricket Field.

This is the first time that the Republic has fielded an archery team at the APG and that choice was furhter rewarded when Syahidah and team-mate Robert Fuchs in the mixed team compound final and beat Malaysia for a second gold for the home side.

They scored 147 against the 144 by the Malaysian team.


Table Tennis

At the OCBC Arena, Mu Yuguang and Harrison Gan clinched a joint-Bronze medal at the Men's Doubles Class 10 Semi Finals.

 

Tenpin Bowling

tenpin bowling
Goh Jong Theng, Kelvin, Thomas Nathan Chan and Mohamed Ismail Bin Hussain with team officials [Photo by Sport Singapore / Action Images via Reuters]

Thomas Nathan Chan Kim Yong, Goh Jong Theng Kelvin and Mohamed Ismail Bin Hussain came in 2nd in Mixed Trios Open TPB1 + TPB1/2 + TPB1/2/3 Finals with a score of 1656, achieving the Silver medal.

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