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SEA Games : Singapore Medal Tally Day 6

 We are more than halfway through the SEA Games.

Singapore bought in another 8 Gold medals for the day. The standout Gold will be Table Tennis, clinching the gold after an eight-year drought. 

Special mention to Soh Rui Yong for his sportsmanship. He was battling Indonesia Rikki Simbolon for the 10,000 m race. During the race, Simbolon had missed his water cup. Rui Yong took the initiative to share his drink, chasing his opponent and offering his cup. Despite Rui Yong's past controversies, this one act has probably redeemed him and gained him new supporters. He finished second but looks like a champ.

The other notable event was Malaysia's 7-0 humiliation of Singapore Men's Soccer. It is real letdown, considering that Singapore was among the powerhouse a decade ago.

Here are the winners for Day 6.

Fencing: Si To Jian Tong (men's epee)


First Gold in the fencing event. Ironically, he was named as a replacement for a veteran fencer. In he end, he did well despite the late entry.

Fencing: Juliet Heng (women's sabre)


Debutante Juliet won Gold in her maiden effort

Table Tennis: Men's Team


The Men's team beat Malaysia 3-0 to bring back the Gold that eluded the team since 2015

Wushu: Jowen Lim (men's Daoshu / Gunshu)


Jowen retained his crown at the competition

Wushu: Kimberly Ong ( Women's Daoshu / Gunshu)


Not to be outdone, Kimberly also retained her crown

Swimming:Ong Jung Yi (Men's 200m Fly)


21-year-old Ong clocked 1:59.44 to be one of the two sub 2:00 swimmers in the final.

Swimming: Gan Ching Hwee (800m Free)


Gan completed a sweep of the long-distance free, adding 800m Free to her 200m and 400m Free gold.

Swimming: Women 4x100 Medley


The foursome, Faith Elizabeth Khoo, Letitia Sim, Quah Jing Wen and Quah Tng Wen, broke the SEA Games record and Singapore national record with a time of 4:06.97

 Singapore Medals to date

Gold medallists (36) 

Athletics: Ang Chen Xiang (men's 110m hurdles), Shanti Pereira (women's 200m). Esports: Valorant (PC) team. Fencing: Si To Jian Tong (men's epee), Juliet Heng (women's sabre). Jiu-jitsu: Noah Lim (men's ne-waza gi 69kg). Sailing: Ryan Lo (mixed ILCA 7), Isaac Goh (mixed ILCA 4), Chia Teck Pin/Ellyn Tan (mixed 29er). Silat: Sheik Farhan Sheik Alau'ddin (men's tanding Class I), women's artistic silat team. Swimming: Jonathan Tan (men's 50m free, 100m free), Quah Zheng Wen (men's 100m back, 100m fly), Mikkel Lee (men's 50m fly), Ong Jung Yi (men's 200m fly), Quah Jing Wen (women's 200m fly, 100m fly), Gan Ching Hwee (women's 200m free, 400m free, 800m free), Laetitia Sim (women's 100m breast, 200m breast, 200m individual medley), Quah Ting Wen (women's 50m free, 100m free), men's 4x100m free, 4x100m medley, women's 4x100m free, 4x100m medley, 4x200m free, mixed 4x100m medley. Table tennis: men's team. Wushu: Jowen Lim (men's daoshu/gunshu), Kimberly Ong (women's daoshu/gunshu).

Silver medallists (29) 

Athletics: Soh Rui Yong (men's 10,000m). Cuesports: Peter Gilchrist (men's English billiards), Aloysius Yapp (men's 9-ball pool). Fencing: Jessica Ong (women's sabre). Gymnastics: Kaeson Lim (pommel horse). Jiu-jitsu: Tang Yong Siang (men's ne-waza nogi 56kg). Sailing: Elkan Oh (men's iQFoil), Jayson Tan (men's RS:X), Jania Ang (women's ILCA 6), Ethan Chia/Cheryl Yong (mixed 29er). Silat: Sheik Ferdous Sheik Alau'ddin (men's tanding Class G), Muhammad Nurshahfareeq (men's tanding Class H), Nadrah Sahrin (women's tanding Class A). Swimming: Quah Zheng Wen (men's 100m free), Teong Tzen Wei (men's 50m free, 50m fly, 100m fly), Nicholas Mahabir (men's 50m breast, 100m breast, 200m breast), Laetitia Sim (women's 50m breast), Ashley Lim (women's 400m free, 800m free), Faith Khoo (women's 100m back), Quah Ting Wen (women's 50m fly, 100m fly), Amanda Lim (women's 50m free) men's 4x200m free. Wushu: Zoe Tan (women's daoshu/gunshu).

Bronze medallists (37) 

Athletics: Calvin Quek (men's 400m hurdles), Goh Chui Ling (women's 800m,1,500m), Michelle Sng (women's high jump), men's 4x100m. Badminton: men's team, women's team. Boxing: Velvan Tan (men's 67kg), Muhammad Danish (men's 80kg), Nur Sabrina (women's 63kg). Cricket: men's T20. Diving: Avvir Tham (men's 3m springboard), Max Lee (men's 10m platform). Esports: League of Legends Wild Rift (Mobile) team. Fencing: Simon Lee (men's epee). Hockey: men's indoor team. Jiu-jitsu: Amirul Syafiq (men's ne-waza gi U-62kg), Noah Lim (men's ne-waza nogi 69kg). Silat: Iqbal Abdul Rahman (men's tunggal), Dhani Andika (men's tanding U45kg), Siti Nazurah (women's tunggal), Nur Tuhfah Izzah (women's tanding U45kg), Nurul Suhaila (women's tanding Class E). Swimming: Zachary Tan (men's 200m IM), Quah Zheng Wen (men's 50m back), Maximillian Ang (men's 100m breast, 200m breast), Glen Lim (men's 400m free, 1,500m free), Chan Zi Yi (women's 200m free), Quah Jing Wen (women's 200m IM), Christy Chue (women's 100m breast, 200m breast). Table tennis: women's team. Triathlon: Bryce Chong (men's individual aquathlon), Louisa Marie Middleditch

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