SEA Games: Zylane Lee-Gan Hua Wei clinch synchronised swimming gold

Malaysia's synchronised swimmers Gan Hua Wei (left ) and Zylane Lee Yhing Huey posing with their gold medal.

KUALA LUMPUR: Zylane Lee Yhing Huey and Gan Hua Wei have won gold for Malaysia in the synchronised swimming competition after chalking up 76.3000 points in the duet free event at the National Aquatic Centre in Bukit Jalil.

Singapore's Debbie Soh and Miya Yong Hsing were beaten to the gold by a margin of 0.0076 points.

Hua Wei won the solo technical event on Thursday.

Malaysia added a silver in the team routine through Chai Jia Yue, Foong Yan Yue, Gan Zhen Yu, Lee Yiat Lum. Lee Yiat Xin , Mandy Lim Jia Jia, Nur Liyana Nadirah  and Ong Jie Wen.

Their efforts earned them 73.0667 but it was not enough to stop Singapore, led by Debbie Soh and Miya Yong Hsing, from retaining their gold with  75.1333.

Thus, Malaysia ended their campaign with two golds and three silvers.

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