SINGAPORE: At the Toa Payoh Swimming Complex, Singapore’s swimmers have finished the Southeast Asian Swimming Championships in top spot.
The Republic dominated the field, finishing the competition with 16 golds, 11 silvers and 13 bronzes.
On the final day of competition, teenager Quah Zheng Wen took his third individual gold medal, winning the 200—meter butterfly event.
He took gold in 1 minute and 59.22 seconds to go under the Olympic ’B’ qualifying time.
Danny Yeo then took gold in the 200—meter freestyle event, finishing ahead of Malaysians Lim Ching Hwang and Daniel Bego.
Yeo also dipped under the Olympic ’B’ qualifying mark in 1 minute and 50.71 seconds.
Singapore’s last gold of the day came from Amanda Lim, who outpaced team mate Mylene Ong to win the 50—meter freestyle event with a gold at 25.71 seconds.
Both Lim and Ong — who clocked in at 25.86 seconds — beat the Olympic ’B’ mark.