HANOI: Kimberly Ong won Singapore’s second wushu gold at the 31st SEA Games on Saturday (May 14) in the women’s daoshu and gunshu combined event.
Ong took gold ahead compatriot Zoe Tan and Vietnam’s Hoang Thi Phoung Giang.
On Friday, Ong had scored 9.69 in the gunshu component, and was in third. She then topped the daoshu event on Saturday.
Ong and Tan’s medals are Singapore’s fourth and fifth in the sport at the Games.
Earlier in the day, Chan Jun Kai won Singapore’s first wushu gold in the men's taijijian event.
On Friday, Jowen Lim clinched silver in the men’s changquan event. Chan took bronze for Singapore in the men's taijiquan.