Asian Para Games: Team Singapore wins fourth bronze, equalling 2010 haul

Team Singapore para-swimmer Theresa Goh after winning her first bronze medal in the women’s 100m breast stroke finals on Day 1 of the Asian Para Games 2014. Swimmer Theresa Goh has won her second bronze at the Asian Para Games after finishing t
Team Singapore para-swimmer Theresa Goh after winning her first bronze medal in the women’s 100m breast stroke finals on Day 1 of the Asian Para Games 2014. Swimmer Theresa Goh has won her second bronze at the Asian Para Games after finishing third in the women's 100m freestyle S5 final in Incheon on Tuesday. -- PHOTO: S'PORE DISABILITY SPORTS COUNCIL

Swimmer Theresa Goh has won her second bronze at the Asian Para Games after finishing third in the women's 100m freestyle S5 final in Incheon on Tuesday.

Goh clocked a time of 1min 47.27sec as she trailed 0.74s behind winner Yuka Kawamura of Japan (1:46.53) at the Munhak Park Tae-hwan Aquatics Center.

Second-placed Bai Juan, of China, clocked 1:46.84.

Goh had earlier won a bronze in the 100m breaststroke SB4 event.

Team Singapore has now won four bronzes so far in Incheon, equalling its total haul in the previous edition in 2010 in Guangzhou.