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Singapore sailing's five gold medals put the Republic on its way to its most successful day yet at the Myanmar SEA Games.
SINGAPORE: Singapore sailing's five gold medals put the Republic on its way to its most successful day yet at the Myanmar SEA Games.
That record was sealed in cuesports, as Peter Gilchrist overcame illness to win Singapore's sixth gold of the day.
He defended his 2009 and 2011 billiards singles title by beating Myanmar's Nay Thway Oo 3-2 in the final.
In judo, Singapore's Gary Chow lost by "ippon" to his opponent from Thailand in the under 81kg category. Chow took home the silver.
Meanwhile, Singapore won bronze in traditional boat race. The women's five-crew 500-metre team finished in 2:27.139s to pip Thailand to a 3rd-place finish. Myanmar won gold while Indonesia got silver.
Over at the Wunna Theiki Swimming Pool, Singaporean twins Mark and Timothy Lee combined to win the country's second diving medal at the games.
The brothers scored 336.45 in the synchronised 3m springboard event.
Malaysia won gold, finishing nearly 40 points ahead of the Lees.
It is Mark's second silver at the games, after he came in second in the 3m individual event.