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Singapore SEA Games 2023 Winners List : Day 2


Day 2 sees the addition of 4 Gold Medals for the Singapore Team.

Most of the haul was from swimming, adding 4 more Gold medals

Silat : Women Artistic Silat Team

Credit: SNOC

Singapore maiden Gold in the women's artistic silat team won by Amirah Sahrin, Batrisyia Noh and Nur Ashikin Zulkifl

Swimming : Jonathan Tan - Men 50m Freestyle


The new King of Sprint Freestyle, 21-year-old Johnathan, added his 100m Freestyle crown with a fast swim at the 50m. He ousts the defending champion en route to victory at a time of 21.95 seconds.

Swimming: Gan Ching Hwee-  Women 200m Freestyle

19-year-old Gan Ching Hwee retained her title in the 200m Freestyle (2:01:76) 

Swimming: Laetita Sim - Women 200 Individual Medley

20 year old Laetita finished strong at the 200m individual medley beating  defending champion Quah Jing Wen 

Singapore SEA Games Medals Tally

The Medals won by Singapore as of Day 2 as follows

Gold medallists (9) 

Jiu-jitsu: Noah Lim (men's ne-waza gi 69kg). Silat: women's artistic silat team. Swimming: Quah Jing Wen (women's 200m fly), Jonathan Tan (men's 50m free, 100m free), Quah Zheng Wen (men's 100m back), Gan Ching Hwee (women's 200m free), Laetitia Sim (women's 200m individual medley), women's 4x100m free.

Silver medallists (6)

 Jiu-jitsu: Tang Yong Siang (men's ne-waza nogi 56kg). Swimming: Quah Zheng Wen (men's 100m free), Teong Tzen Wei (men's 50m free), Nicholas Mahabir (men's 100m breast), Laetitia Sim (women's 50m breast), men's 4x200m free.

Bronze medallists (12) 

 Esports: League of Legends Wild Rift (Mobile) team. 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), Siti Nazurah (women's tunggal). Swimming: Zachary Tan (men's 200m IM), Quah Zheng Wen (men's 50m back), Maximillian Ang (men's 100m breast), Chan Zi Yi (women's 200m free), Quah Jing Wen (women's 200m IM). Triathlon: Bryce Chong (men's individual aquathlon).

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