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Commonwealth Games: Singapore swimmers clock personal bests, bag their largest medal haul

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It's the last day of swimming action at the birmingham commonwealth games now singapore is on the hunt for another medal with jongton way in the men's 50 meter freestyle final that's later tonight now as the competition wraps up geraldine yup takes a look back at team singapore's performance in the pool it's been a great campaign for team.

Singapore swimmers with the largest ever metal hall at the games of two silver so far they had previously only won two medals in total tiang senwei won singapore's first medal at these games after finishing second in the men's 50 meter butterfly with a time of 23.21 seconds with that tiong became only the third singaporean swimmer to meddle.

After joseph schooling in 2014 and toei sung in 2018. a second silver came courtesy of toe in the men's 50 meter freestyle s7 event he bettered his bronze performance at the gold coast games touching the wall with a time of 29.10 seconds several swimmers clocked personal bests in birmingham maximilian ang broke his.

Own record twice in one day in the 100 meter breaststroke he also set another personal best in the 50 meter breaststroke quatting one also recorded a new best time twice on the same day in the women's 50 meter butterfly and leticia sim clocked a new personal best in the women's 200 meter breaststroke final.

Tiang goes into tonight's 50 meter freestyle final having qualified six fastest with a time of 22.36 seconds he's the only southeast asian swimmer to go under 22 seconds in this event after registering 21.93 seconds at the sea games earlier this year geraldine yap cnn birmingham

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