Sea Games: Singapore's wushu athletes fail to deliver medals in daoshu and nangun events

Malaysia's Diana Bong Siong Lin performs during the women's Nandao competition during the 27th SEA Games in Nay Pyi Daw, Dec 8, 2013. 
Malaysia's Diana Bong Siong Lin performs during the women's Nandao competition during the 27th SEA Games in Nay Pyi Daw, Dec 8, 2013. 
Min Li Emily Sin of Singapore performs during the women's Nandao competition during the 27th SEA Games in Nay Pyi Daw, on Dec 8, 2013. There were no more medals from Singapore's Wushu athletes on Monday, Dec 9, 2013, a day after they clinched a silve
Min Li Emily Sin of Singapore performs during the women's Nandao competition during the 27th SEA Games in Nay Pyi Daw, on Dec 8, 2013. There were no more medals from Singapore's Wushu athletes on Monday, Dec 9, 2013, a day after they clinched a silver and a bronze in Naypyidaw, Myanmar. -- PHOTO: AFP 

There were no more medals from Singapore's wushu athletes on Monday, a day after they clinched a silver and a bronze in Naypyidaw, Myanmar.

In the men's daoshu competition, Yong Yi Xiang (9.63 points) and Jesse Colin Adalia (9.55) finished sixth and seventh out of 13 participants. Indonesia's Achmed Hulaefi won gold (9.70), while Vietnam's Nguyen Manh Quyen (9.68) and Malaysia's Ng Say Yoke (9.67) were second and third respectively.

In the women's nangun event, Emily Sin (9.40) finished seventh out of eight.

Indonesia's Juwita Niza Wasni Wasni (9.64) snared the gold medal, while compatriot Ivan Ardelia Irmanto (9.61) and Malaysia's Diana Lin (9.49) claimed the silver and bronze respectively.