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Team Singapore continued its season of breakthroughs at the Myanmar SEA Games on Thursday by getting a first diving medal in 28 years.
SINGAPORE: Team Singapore continued its season of breakthroughs at the Myanmar SEA Games on Thursday by getting a first diving medal in 28 years.
Mark Lee scored 324.15 points in the men's individual three-metre springboard.
Lee's silver broke Malaysia's monopoly on the event, with his rivals taking gold and bronze.
Singapore added two more medals to its collection from athletics.
In women's discus, Zhang Guirong could not repeat her gold-winning shot put effort, finishing a distant second.
Her throw of 41.02 metres was well behind that of her Thai opponent, who set a new SEA Games record of 56.77 metres.
Zhang's Singapore teammate, Du Xianhui, took bronze.
In cuesports, Peter Gilchrist and Chan Keng Kwang earned a joint bronze in the English Billiards Doubles.
They were beaten 3-1 by Thailand in the semi-finals.