Asian Para Games: Team Singapore's Theresa Goh bags another bronze

Asian Para Games: Team Singapore's Theresa Goh bags another bronze
(Right) Parliamentary Secretary for Culture, Community and Youth Low Yen Ling, with Theresa Goh after her bronze medal victory in the Women’s 100m Freestyle S5 finals.

SINGAPORE - Team Singapore para-swimmer Theresa Goh bagged another bronze medal in the Women's 100m Freestyle S5 finals, clocking in at 1:47.27.

This brings her total medal tally to two bronze medals, and Singapore's tally to four bronze medals.

The gold and silver went to Japan's Kawamura Yuka and China's Bai Juan respectively.

Earlier in the day, the trio of Anuar Bin Saaid, 53, Robert Ong, 62, and Mohamed Ismail Bin Hussain, 31, came in third in Tenpin Bowling Men's Team TPB8+TPB2/3+TPB2/3 event with a total score of 1881 pins and earned Singapore's third bronze medal.

"Our athletes have done us proud. They have fought hard with determination and a strong team spirit. We are confident they will continue to do their best in the Asian Para Games and bear the mark of true sportsmanship," said Parliamentary Secretary for Culture, Community and Youth Low Yen Ling.

"I hope that our para-athletes continue to put in their best effort as they prepare for the upcoming ASEAN Para Games next year," she added.

yamadak@sph.com.sg

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