Swimming: Theresa Goh wins 100m breaststroke bronze at Asian Para Games

Singapore swimmer Theresa Goh clinched Singapore's first medal at the Incheon Asian Para Games on Sunday when she won a bronze in the women's 100m breaststroke SB4 final. -- PHOTO: ST FILE
Singapore swimmer Theresa Goh clinched Singapore's first medal at the Incheon Asian Para Games on Sunday when she won a bronze in the women's 100m breaststroke SB4 final. -- PHOTO: ST FILE

Singapore swimmer Theresa Goh clinched Singapore's first medal at the Incheon Asian Para Games on Sunday when she won a bronze in the women's 100m breaststroke SB4 final.

Goh, 27, recorded a time of 2min 16.19sec as she came in third behind Chinese Taipei's Luo Hsiao-Hung - who won the race with a time of 2:10.51 - and Japan's Noriko Kajiwara (2:14.72) in the second day of the quadrennial sporting meet.

Goh, who was born with spina bifida, said: "I'm really honoured (to) win Singapore's first medal at the Asian Para Games.

"This is only the beginning... (and) the whole Team Singapore will be working hard to do our best for the entire duration of the Games."