Singapore wins first-ever gold in synchronised swimming
History was made last night at the 28th Southeast Asian Games when Singapore's synchronised swimming team brought home top honours for the sport
At the OCBC Aquatic Centre last night, Singapore's synchronised swimming team made a historic splash with their performance in both the team technical and free routines, a feat that brought home the country's first-ever gold medal in the sport.
The team racked up a grand score of 150.8445 points, catapulting them to the top of the podium ahead of regional favourites Malaysia and Indonesia, who came in second and third respectively with 146.5204 and 138.1796 points.
The eight-member Singapore synchronised swimming team comprises Crystal Yap, Debbie Soh, Stephanie Chen, Geraldine Chew, Natalie Chen, Lee Mei Shuang, Gwyneth Goh, Miya Yong, Shona Lim, and Tay Aik Fen.