SINGAPORE - National archer Syahidah Alim captured Singapore's first-ever Asean Para Games (APG) gold in the sport after she won the women's individual compound on Sunday.
The 30-year-old, who has cerebral palsy, beat Malaysian Nor Sa Adah 139-133 at the Kallang Cricket Field.
This is the first time that the Republic has fielded an archery team at the APG.
Syahidah then paired up with team-mate Robert Fuchs in the mixed team compound final and beat Malaysia for a second gold for the home side.
They scored 147 against the 144 by the Malaysian team.