S'pore synchronised swimmers in 2nd & 3rd spots
Malaysia remain on track to secure a gold medal in synchronised swimming at the 28th South-east Asia (SEA) Games, after finishing first in the duet technical final at the OCBC Aquatic Centre earlier today.
They earned a total score of 75.3436, putting them ahead of hosts Singapore, who occupy second( 73.9705 points) and third place (70.4160).
The swimmers were judged according to the categories of technical execution, artistic elements and overall impression.
The score for the duet technical final will be combined with the score for the duet free routine final, which takes place at 1pm on June 4, to determine the winners of the synchronised swimming duet medals.
Read the full report in our print edition on June 3.
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