Swimming: Singapore team finish with two silvers and a bronze at Fina World Cup

Singapore swimmer Tao Li clinched a silver in the 50m butterfly, touching home in 25.72 seconds, at the Fina/Mastbank Swimming World Cup at the OCBC Aquatic Centre on Sunday. -- PHOTO: ST FILE
Singapore swimmer Tao Li clinched a silver in the 50m butterfly, touching home in 25.72 seconds, at the Fina/Mastbank Swimming World Cup at the OCBC Aquatic Centre on Sunday. -- PHOTO: ST FILE

Singapore's swimmers bagged two more medals on day two of the Fina/Mastbank Swimming World Cup today at the OCBC Aquatic Centre, taking their overall tally to three medals (two silvers, one bronze).

Butterfly specialist Tao Li clinched the first silver in the 50m butterfly, touching home in 25.72 seconds. The Netherland's Inge Dekker came in first in 25.13secs.

The 4x50m mixed freestyle relay team added another silver in the day's last event.

The quartet of Russell Ong, Lukas Ming Menkhoff, Nur Marina Chan and Amanda Lim finished with a time of 1:35.30, beind the Russian team who clocked 1:33.88.

Yesterday, Chan and Lim, together with Kenneth Lim and Kevin Ong, had bagged a bronze in the mixed 4x50m medley relay.