LONDON: Singapore has won a second medal at the London Paralympic Games.
Equestrian rider Laurentia Tan won a silver medal for her performance in the Individual Freestyle Test Grade 1—A dressage event on Wednesday morning.
Tan scored 79.000 points to finish behind Britain’s Sophie Christiansen, but ahead of Ireland’s Helen Kearney.
The 33—year—old suffers from cerebral palsy.
This is Tan’s second medal at the London Games.
She claimed the bronze medal in the individual championship test on Monday.
Jannie Tan, mother of Laurentia, said: "I am extremely proud and very happy that Laurentia clinched two medals for Singapore. It has been tough in both competitions and she has done extremely well."