North Korea's Kim Hye Song and Kim Hye Gyong dominated Sunday morning's Great Eastern Women's Run as expected, with the 20-year-old twin sisters taking the top two spots in the half-marathon (21.1km) event.
Hye Gyong, the younger of the two, finished in 1hr 15min 59sec to come almost two minutes ahead of Hye Song, who took second place (1:17.52). Japan's Yuko Watanabe came in third in 1:18.29.
Said Hye Gyong, who wins US$8,000 (S$9,975): "I was not affected by the rain but the route was a bit challenging for me."
Anne Qi Hui was Singapore's fastest, clocking 1:25.37, followed by Lim Baoying (1:36.25) and Choo Ling Er (1:39.49). More than 14,000 women took part across the 5km, 10km and half-marathon categories, which ended at the Floating Platform at Marina Bay.