They may have ended the meet with two silvers, but Singapore's swimmers put up a golden showing at the 2nd Asian Youth Games in Nanjing.
In the final day in the pool on Friday, Samantha Yeo clinched a silver in the girls' 200m breaststroke in 2min 33.72sec, while Marina Chan also finished second in the girls' 100m freestyle in 57.56.
The Republic's 15-strong swim team finished the five days of competition with five golds, 10 silvers and two bronze medals, second behind South Korea (16-7-7).
It is an improved showing by the Singaporean swimmers from the inaugural Games held in Singapore in 2009, where a team led by Quah Ting Wen bagged five golds, two silvers and five bronzes, finishing third behind South Korea (11-11-5) and China (5-5-7).
China, this year's hosts, elected to field a team made up of swimmers from various sports schools, and finished joint-last in the swimming standings alongside Kazakhstan, Macau and Sri Lanka, all with one bronze each.
Singapore Swimming Association technical director and national head coach Ian Turner said: "The five days of swimming have shown just how much potential Singapore have in the pool. It was an outstanding result from the athletes.