Singapore swimmers clinch two golds at Special Olympics

Minister of State for Culture, Community and Youth Sam Tan (centre, in red) with swimmer Bryan James Seow (standing, extreme right), Team Singapore swimmers and Dr Teo-Koh Sock Miang, President, Special Olympics Singapore (second from right).
Minister of State for Culture, Community and Youth Sam Tan (centre, in red) with swimmer Bryan James Seow (standing, extreme right), Team Singapore swimmers and Dr Teo-Koh Sock Miang, President, Special Olympics Singapore (second from right).PHOTO: MINISTRY OF CULTURE, COMMUNITY AND YOUTH

SINGAPORE - Singapore clinched two golds and a bronze at the Special Olympics in Los Angeles on Tuesday morning (Singapore time).

Danielle Moi, 15, clocked 1min 9.95sec to clinch gold in the women's 100m freestyle (F03 division), while Bryan Seow, 22, won the men's 100m freestyle (M15 division) race in 1:26.90. Nicole Fu, 15, added a bronze from her women's 100m freestyle race.

After two days of competition, Singapore has won two golds and three bronzes.

The Special Olympics is an international sporting competition that features multiple Olympic-style sports for athletes with intellectual disabilities.