SINGAPORE: The Republic won two medals in silat in the Southeast Asian (SEA) Games on Monday (Jun 10).
The women’s regu team of Nurul Khairunnisa Azlani, Nur Fazlin Juma’en and Nur Shafiqa Sheik Alau’ddin clinched silver with a score of 461.
The Singapore women’s regu team of Azlani Nurul Khairunnisa, Juma’en Nur Fazlin and Sheik Alau’ddin Nur Shafiqa with their a silver medals. (Photo: SINGSOC/Action Images via Reuters)
Muhammad Iqbal won a bronze medal in his first SEA Games campaign. He scored a total of 462 points in the men’s tunggal singles event, just 2 points behind the gold medallist from Vietnam, Hoang Quang Trung.
Iqbal gave credit to the home support for his success.
“Firstly, I would like to thank everyone who came down here to support me,” said Iqbal. “I cannot be any happier with my performance just now. I think I am satisfied. Winning a bronze is a great achievement because it is the first time I won a medal for SEA Games. And I think I couldn’t be happier.”