TYR 2nd SEA Swimming Championships 2014

The TYR 2nd SEA Swimming Championships Diving competition was held at the new OCBC Aquatic Centre from the 23th to the 24th of June 2014. A total of 18 divers participated in this event, with athletes from Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, and Phillipines.

On Day one of the competition, Singapore’s top synchro pairs Timothy and Mark Lee, and Fong Kayyian and Myra Lee competed in the 3m synchronized men’s and women’s springboard. The twin brothers managed to clinge Gold in the event with a score of 343.77, a 19 point lead over the Indonesian pair. Fong Kay Yian and Myra Lee brought home silver with 239.58 points, losing out to the Malaysia by just 22 points. In the afternoon, Mark and Timothy competed against 6 other divers in the 1m individual event and emerged first and second respectively with a score of 319.80 and 308.35 points.  Shortly after, in the 3m women’s event, Singapore’s Myra Lee and Fong Kayyian challenged the strong Malaysian divers for the medals and managed a podium finish. Myra Lee pulled off silver with 261.20 points, while Fong Kay Yian settled for bronze  with a commendable score of 257.75.

Day two kicked off with the 1m women’s springboard with a total of 5 divers. Jasmine Lai of Malaysia sealed that event with a high score of 238.20, while Myra Lee took silver place with 212.05 and Adeline Chin took bronze. The 3m men’s event followed, with competitors from the Phillipines and Indonesia,  the pressure was on Timothy Lee and Mark Lee. Despite that, the Singaporean brothers managed to pulled it together and clinched Gold and Silver. Timothy with a score of 368.55, and Mark with a score of 364.40. The final event was the women’s platform event, where Freida Lim finished 2nd with a score of 188.20, and Myra Lee bronze with a score of 180.40.

Here is the medal tally

  Gold Silver Bronze
Indonesia 2 2 0
Singapore 3 6 2
Philippines 1 1 4
Malaysia 3 0 1

Well done divers! You have done Singapore Proud!

Detailed results can be found here!


~ by Singapore Diving on June 25, 2014.

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