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Team Singapore on Friday boosted its medal tally with a further four medals on day three of the ASEAN Para Games in Myanmar.
SINGAPORE: Team Singapore on Friday boosted its medal tally with a further four medals on day three of the ASEAN Para Games in Myanmar.
With events in athletics and table tennis still to come, there could be more joy for Singapore's disabled athletes.
Theresa Goh continued her golden streak in swimming as she set a new meet record in the SB4-100-metres breaststroke event.
She finished in two minutes, 18.19 seconds - smashing her own meet record by nearly four seconds.
This makes it three gold medals for the 26-year-old paralympian so far.
Benson Tan delivered a silver medal in the SB14-50-metre butterfly, finishing behind Indonesia's representative in the race.
James Leo picked up a bronze medal in the S9-50-metre butterfly.
The numbers preceding the event name signify the level of impairment swimmers from that category suffer from.
There was also joy for Team Singapore in Boccia.
Nurulasyiqah Taha beat her Thai opponent in the BC3 individual final 9-0 to take gold.
BC3 refers to athletes with cerebral palsy who use a ramp because they cannot kick or throw the ball beyond three metres without aid.