SEA Games: Wushu exponents bag a silver in changquan and a bronze in men's duilian

Lee Tze Yuan (left), 23, and Yong Yi Xiang, 19, clinched a bronze medal in the men's duilian (barehand) event. Singapore's wushu contingent won their first medals of the SEA Games on Sunday afternoon at the Wunna Theikdi Indoor Stadium in Naypyidaw,
Lee Tze Yuan (left), 23, and Yong Yi Xiang, 19, clinched a bronze medal in the men's duilian (barehand) event. Singapore's wushu contingent won their first medals of the SEA Games on Sunday afternoon at the Wunna Theikdi Indoor Stadium in Naypyidaw, Myanmar.-- PHOTO: ZAOBAO

Singapore's wushu contingent won their first medals of the SEA Games on Sunday afternoon at the Wunna Theikdi Indoor Stadium in Naypyidaw, Myanmar.

Tan Yan Ni, 17, won the Republic's first silver medal of the biennial affair when she finished second in the changquan event.

Lee Tze Yuan, 23, and Yong Yi Xiang, 19, clinched a bronze medal in the men's duilian (barehand) event.

Singapore's medal tally currently stands at one silver and two bronzes.