Team Singapore's Dinah Chan (R) in action in the 126km Road Cycling event (Photo by Sport Singapore)
Team Singapore’s Dinah Chan started strongly in the nine-lap, 126km Women’s Road Race Final on Monday afternoon and was up in third place during Lap 4. However, it was Thailand's Jutatip Maneephan – a Gold medallist in the 2009 SEA Games - who had the final say in race, bagging Gold ahead of Vietnam's Nguyen Thi That (Silver) and Chinese Taipei's Hsiao Mei Yu. Chan eventually finished 10th in a field of 23 competitors.
Women's synchronised divers Fong Kay Yian and Myra Lee finished sixth out of six pairs, scoring a total of 205.68 points in the 3m Springboard Final.
Team Singapore’s Fong Kay Yian and Myra Lee Jia Wen in action during the Women's Synchronised 3m Springboard Final (Photo by Jaewon Lee / Sport Singapore)
Singapore’s men’s team concluded their Asian Games campaign with a 5-3 victory over Sri Lanka to end with a final ranking of ninth. Singapore made a strong start to the game, leading 2-0 after the first quarter and 3-0 at halftime before coping well with a determined response from their opponents.
China proved to be a step too far for Team Singpore's water polo players, who fell to a 25-5 defeat to the Silver medalists from four years ago. However the Singaporeans have a chance to end their tournament on a high note when they play their classification game for 5th-6th place against an opponent yet to be determined.
Team Singapore's Low Jiang Hao in action during the Skeet Men's Qualification (Photo by Dyan Tjhia / Sport Singapore)
At the skeet shooting competition at Gyeonggido Shooting Range, Team Singapore's Eugene Chiew Huan Lin is currently 32nd out of 39 competitors with a score of 61/75 after three details, while compatriot Low Jiang Hao came in 35th with a score of 58/75.
Team Singapore's sepak takraw players beat China 2-1 in the regu category of the competition on Monday and will face Myanmar on Tuesday.
The Team of Five event kicked off on Monday as Team Singapore's bowlers look to add to their medal haul of two Silvers – from Jazreel Tan (Women's Singles) and Women's Trios. Keith Saw, Joel Tan, Ng Chiew Pang, Muhammad Jaris Goh and Lim Chia Loong are currently placed ninth out of 17 teams after the first block. Over in the women's camp, the team comprising Cherie Tan, Daphne Tan, Shayna Ng, New Hui Fen and Jazreel Tan look poised for another medal as they ended the first block atop of the standings with a total pinfall of 3144. The second blocks will resume on Tuesday.
The crew of Maximilian Soh, Andrew Paul Chan, Russell Kan, Christopher Lim and Justin Wong won three matches and lost one during the round robin phase of the J80 Open Match Racing and is currently ranked first out of nine countries.