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With debutants contributing significantly to the medal haul, Team Singapore contingent leaders believe the future is looking bright for the city-state's athletes at the SEA Games.
World champion Loh Kean Yew - fatigued and out of sorts - could not become the first Singaporean since 1983 to land the badminton men's singles gold medal.
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Singapore shuttler Loh Kean Yew was taken to the limit by his semi-final rival, but earned a titanic win to reach the men's singles final at the SEA Games.
Three days after losing the SEA Games English Billiards singles final, Singapore's Peter Gilchrist bounces back to win the doubles gold with Alex Puan.
Loh Kean Yew stayed on course to land Singapore's first SEA Games badminton men's singles gold since 1983, as he powered his way into the semi-finals.
Singapore shooter Teh Xiu Hong got her second gold of the SEA Games in the women's 10m air pistol team event with Amanda Mak and Teo Shun Xie.
Teong Tzen Wei regained the SEA Games men's 50m freestyle gold medal he last won in 2017 by becoming the first Southeast Asian to go under 22 seconds.
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Singapore's women's bowlers continued to reap golden harvest at the SEA Games, as they retained their team title in Hanoi.
Contessa Loh became Singapore's first SEA Games archery gold medallist since 2013, as she claimed the women's individual compound title.
Shuttler Loh Kean Yew began his quest of a SEA Games men's singles gold, surviving a slow start to successfully advance into the quarter-finals.
Singapore's Gan Ching Hwee swept to her fourth gold medal at the Hanoi SEA Games, winning the gruelling women's 1,500m freestyle race in dominant fashion.
Singapore sprinter Shanti Pereira settled for silver in the women's 100m sprint at the SEA Games, adding to her 200m gold won four days ago.
For a second consecutive SEA Games, Singapore's fencers improved on their best-ever medal haul, with a total of six golds, four silvers and five bronzes in Hanoi.
Singapore's Lucas Teo won his second SEA Games canoeing gold of his career - seven years after his first - as he came in first in the men's kayak single 1,000m final.
Maximillian Ang created a slice of history at the SEA Games, becoming the first Singaporean swimmer to win the men's 200m breaststroke gold.
New Hui Fen and Cherie Tan teamed up to clinch a rare women's doubles gold for Singapore, the first time bowlers from the city-state have won the event since 1995.
Singapore's Olympic swimming champion Joseph Schooling retained his SEA Games gold in his pet event, the men's 100m butterfly.
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Singapore's women's epee team swept to their first-ever SEA Games triumph, while bowler Cherie Tan reclaimed the women's singles gold she last won in 2017.