Team Singapore’s results on the 10th day of the YOG (Tuesday)

The results:

Here’s how Team Singapore’s athletes performed on the 10th day of competition at the YOG

Yours in sport

Singapore Sports Fan

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BOXING

Men’s Light-fly (48kg) Bronze medal bout

Zohidjon Hoorboyev beat Muhammed Hanurdeen Hamid 7-0

CANOE-KAYAK

Women’s K1 Obstacle Canoe Slalom

Round 3: Wang Nan Feng lost to Hermien Peters of Belgium

Men’s K1 Obstacle Canoe Slalom

Round 3: Brandon Ooi beat Ali Aghamirzaeijenaghrad of Iran

EQUESTRIAN

Jumping Individual

Caroline Chew finished joint-17th among 29 competitors

RHYTHMIC GYMNASTICS

Group All-round Qualification

Singapore finished 5th with a score of 39.150

HANDBALL

Men’s Team (5th/6th placing)

Singapore 32 Cook Islands 18

MODERN PENTATHLON

Mixed relay

Valerie Lim and Yuriy Fedechko (Ukraine) finished 7th with 4,460 points

SAILING

Byte CII Girls’ One Person Dinghy

Race 9: Natasha Michiko Yokoyama finished 20th

Race 10: Natasha Michiko Yokoyama finished 1st

Race 11: Natasha Michiko Yokoyama finished 12th

Natasha is lying fifth with 63 net points after 11 races

Byte CII Boys’ One Person Dinghy

Race 9: Darren Choy finished 15th

Race 10: Darren Choy finished 13th

Race 11: Darren Choy finished 18th

Darren is lying sixth with 66 net points after 11 races

Techno 293 Girls’ Windsurfer

Race 9: Audrey Yong finished 4th

Race 10: Audrey Yong finished 8th

Audrey is lying fifth with 40 net points after 10 races

SHOOTING

10m Air Pistol Men Junior

Wu Wen Yi finished 18th with 546 points

TABLE TENNIS

Mixed Teams

Singapore 2-1 Intercontinental-2

Singapore 2-1 Egypt

Singapore 2-1 Africa-1

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2 thoughts on “Team Singapore’s results on the 10th day of the YOG (Tuesday)

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  2. patriot says:

    Hi;

    Me does not remember or recall that our sailing competitors needed much international exposures and foreign trainnings when they(male/female) clinched the World Championships times and again.

    By the way, just wondering who in the World is qualified to train the bests in the World ?

    patriot

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