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SEA Games: Double golds for Tao Li and Joseph Schooling

Singapore's Tao Li celebrates after winning the women's 100m butterfly during the 27th SEA Games in Naypyitaw, Myanmar, on Saturday, Dec 14, 2013. -- PHOTO: AP
Singapore's Tao Li celebrates after winning the women's 100m butterfly during the 27th SEA Games in Naypyitaw, Myanmar, on Saturday, Dec 14, 2013. -- PHOTO: AP
Tao Li and Joseph Schooling (above) are the headline acts for the Singapore swimming team and the duo did not disappoint when they helped deliver four gold medals at the SEA Games. -- PHOTO: BERITA HARIAN
Tao Li and Joseph Schooling (above) are the headline acts for the Singapore swimming team and the duo did not disappoint when they helped deliver four gold medals at the SEA Games. -- PHOTO: BERITA HARIAN

Tao Li and Joseph Schooling are the headline acts for the Singapore swimming team and the duo did not disappoint when they helped deliver four gold medals at the SEA Games on Saturday.

Tao Li, 23, won the 100m backstroke final with a time of 1:02.47 while compatriot Meagan Lim (1:05.22) finished fourth in the same event.

Later, it was a Singapore one-two in the 100m butterfly as Tao Li dominated from start to finish to touch home in 59.87 seconds as Quah Ting Wen came in second at 1:00.34.

After winning the 200m individual medley gold on Friday, Schooling stormed to his second individual gold of this year's Games in Naypyidaw when he comfortably won the 100m butterfly final.

The 18-year-old clocked 52.67sec, which smashed the previous meet record of 53.07 set by Vietnam's Hoang Quy Phuoc in 2011.

Schooling also led Singapore to the 4x100m freestyle relay gold, with a SEA Games record time of 3:21.74s.