Monday, 25 April 2016

Fruitful golden haul for Team IBSC at SportExcel Leg 1 in Melaka

IBSC swimmers who registered to participate in the SportExcel Leg 1 in Melaka did not sum up to an impressive numbers this year, partly because many are in feverish exam mood and gave the race a miss. Only 55 IBSC swimmers swam in the meet at Stadium Akuatik Hang Jebat. The Leg 1, organised by the Malacca Amateur Swimming Association (MASA) attracted some 763 swimmers all over Malaysia.

However, we did our best to compile as much points as possible and it was indeed a blessing that our swimmers managed to top the chart in the medal tally by garnering 11 gold, 8 silver and 13 bronze. Pade Supersharks who collected the most points had 9 gold, 13 silver and 10 bronze, followed by Kelab Renang MSSC with 5 gold, 3 silver and 5 bronze.

Final medal tally achieved by all clubs during SportExcel Leg 1, with IBSC leading with 11 gold
Top 10 clubs - boys score
Top 10 clubs - girls score
Top 10 clubs - combined score

Great performances came from many swimmers (refer to table below) especially Law Li Wei who swept all tri-coloured medals in all the 8 events she participated. With a series of glorious swim, Li Wei grabbed 5 gold, 2 silver  and a bronze.

Even though Li Wei just competed in the Malaysia National Age Group only a fortnight ago, she continued to trim her times in most of her events. With her excellent achievement, Li Wei is IBSC top points earner with 188 points collected. Well done Li Wei!

The second best swimmer is non other than freestylist, Iqmal Muqhis, who scooped 2 gold in the 50m & 100m freestyle, 1 silver in 50m fly and 2 bronze in 50m & 100m breaststroke.

Meanwhile, Ng Kai Wen accumulated 2nd top notch with 152.5 points at hand and he did a surprising finish by touching the wall first in his 50m backstroke event. Excellent job!

IBSC medalists and point earners in Leg 1

Well done to all the medalists and top points achievers. Most swimmers feel jubilant with their renewed PBs once again and are eager to repeat their awesome performance in Leg 2 next month in Shah Alam.

Top 24 swimmers who collect the most points for each event both in Leg 1 (Melaka) and Leg 2 (Shah Alam) will be able to advance to the Grand Final at Kompleks Renang Kuala Lumpur, Bandar Tun Razak on 13-14 August, 2016.

The outing was a great success led by Coach Kamarudin, Coach Daniel and Mr Vincent Low as the dedicated Team Manager.  Mrs Tanya Low and Mrs Shirley Kuan were the responsible chaperons looking after the kids. Many supporting parents were sporting too contributing their instant photos, team progress and results posting on the Whats App channels to update others.

IBSC would also like to thank En. Akmal Syarifudfin from USPTN, Majlis Sukan Wilayah Persekutuan for taking his valuable time to accompany the swimmers to Melaka to gain an insight into the competition proper by the development squad.


Detailed full results can be viewed here.

Team IBSC, Leg 1

A small team of IBSC swimmers led by Coach Kamarudin and Coach Daniel Lee to Melaka
Ruwan, Whisky, Benjamin and Zun Jet 
Whisky Chew (white cap) managed a bronze in 50m backstroke
Low Yi Jin accompanying Nicole Chan and Teo Tze Hui to the meet
Raziq, Sharizan and Sarvesh having a good time in the away meet

See more photos at the IBSC Gallery.

*photos courtesy of Mr JY Teo & IBSC parents

Full Results of SportExcel Junior Swimming Circuit 2016, Leg 1 , Melaka

The Full Results of the recently concluded SportExcel Junior Swimming Circuit 2016, Leg 1 can be download here.

IBSC thanks Persatuan Renang Amatur Melaka for the well organised meet for Leg 1.

Congratulations to all medalists and top points achievers!

Tuesday, 12 April 2016

Team Briefing - SportExcel Junior Swimming Circuit 2016, Leg 1

Dear IBSC swimmers,

Swimmers registered to swim in the SportExcel Junior Swimming Circuit 2016, Leg 1 on 23-24 April, 2016 in Melaka, kindly be notified of a Team Briefing next week.

Vincent Low
Team Manager

See briefing notes here.

Thursday, 7 April 2016

SportExcel Junior Swimming Circuit 2016, Leg 2 at Shah Alam

Kindly note that the invite for 2016 Sport Excel Leg 2 has been received from the organiser, SASA, Selangor Amateur Swimming Association and the competition will be held as follows :

Date : 28-29, May 2016 (Sat - Sun)
Time : 8.00 a.m.
Venue : Darul Ehsan Aquatic Centre, Shah Alam
Rules : FINA rules apply
Date of Reckoning : 1 January, 2016
No. of Entries : No Limit
Age Group : Group 2, 3 and 4 (ie. up to age 14 years only)
Eligibility : Malaysian citizens who are members of affiliated clubs of ASUM
Entry Fees : RM5 per event
Team Managers' Meeting : 5;00 pm, 27 May, 2016 (Fri)
Closing Deadline : 5:00 pm on 29 April, 2016

Please note that swimmers who do not meet the QTs during the competition will be fined RM20 per event.

IBSC swimmers please submit your registration forms before 26 April, 2016.

Monday, 4 April 2016

Results - 52nd Malaysia Invitational Age Group Swimming Championships 2016

The 52nd MILO/PRAM Malaysia Invitational Age Group Swimming Championship 2016 has ended yesterday with the medal tally below.

Congratulations to all medalists!

Full results of NAG 2016 can be downloaded below :

Day 1 - 31 March, 2016

Day 2 - 1 April, 2016

Day 3 - 2 April, 2016

Day 4 - 3 April, 2016

Sunday, 3 April 2016

The Star : No Sukma for Olympic swimmers, says coach


SHAH ALAM: Swimmers who have qualified for the Olympics will have to forget about competing in the Sukma (Malaysia Games) in Kuching.

National coach Paul Birmingham Thomas is putting his foot down on their participation.

Sarawak will host Sukma from July 22-31 while the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro is from Aug 5-21.

“The states have got to put the country’s interest first before anything else. It’s wrong if we allow the Olympic-bound swimmers to swim in the Sukma.

“The two competitions are held too closely to each other. The swimmers need to acclimatise to the 12-hour time zone, so it's crazy if you expect them to swim well in the Olympics. We should know the swimmers confirmed for the Olympics before the Sukma. They will be barred from competing in Kuching,” said Thomas.

“Our plan is to bring those going to the Olympics to the training camp in Florida (the United States) sometime in July. We will set base there and go straight to Rio to cut down on the travel time,” he added.

As the hosts, Sarawak are keen to have the services of Welson Sim despite the fact that he is restricted to compete in two individual and three relay events due to his status as a SEA Games gold medallist.

Welson has already qualified for the Olympics under the A time for the men’s 200m and 400m freestyle after clocking 1:47.67 and 3:50.33 at the Singapore national age-group championships last month.

Malaysia also have swimmers who made the B cut but they will only know their fate on July 11.

The swimmers who made the B cut are Kevin Yeap (400m freestyle), Yeap Zheng Yang (200m freestyle), Daniel Bego (400m freestyle) and Wong Fu Kang (100m breaststroke) for men; Chui Lai Kwan (50m freestyle), Khoo Cai Lin (400m freestyle) and Phee Jinq En (100m breaststroke) for women.

In another development, Thomas expressed his disappointment that no local swimmers managed to set meet records at the National Age-Group Championships which ended at the Shah Alam Aquatic Centre on Sunday.

“A lot needs to be done where the states are concerned. It should be about highlighting the swimmers but

I did not see any solid swim. We can do with a bit more depth, otherwise we are always going to rely on the few talented kids we have,” said Thomas.

The NST : National coach disappointed with performances of youth swimmers


THE future looks bleak for swimming in Malaysia as none of the upcoming swimmers in the National Age Group Championships, which ended today, managed to impress national coach Paul Birmingham.

“There were several solid swimmers but none stood out. It is also worrying that no locals managed to break a meet record in the championships,” said Birmingham at the Darul Ehsan Aquatics Centre in Shah Alam today.

“It is disappointing that not many swimmers are coming through the youth system in Malaysia. The states must do more to produce quality swimmers.

“Currently the gap between the national swimmers and the others is huge. Things must improve.”

Meanwhile, Olympic-bound Welson Sim captured the 200m and 1,500 freestyle titles today to end his campaign in the meet with four gold medals.

On the performance of the national swimmers, Birmingham said he is happy with them. “My swimmers met their targets.

They were only pacing themselves in the meet as they are preparing for the Malaysian Open in May,” Birmingham added.

Hong Kong were crowned the overall champions with a haul of 66 gold, 37 silver and 23 bronze, followed by Selangor (32-41-46) and Kuala Lumpur (20-28-24).


Boys Under-10 50m backstroke: 1 Dohi Tetsuharu (Sel) 34.89, 2 Joel Kung (Pen) 37.06, 3 Tong Yu Jing (Pen) 38.46;

100m breaststroke: 1 Jay Lo (Sab) 1:26.05, 2 Rio Shirai (KL) 1:28.62, 3 Tong Yu Jing (Pen) 1:30.30;

200m freestyle: 1 Yap Yong Jie (Sel) 2:29.51, 2 Anselm Lee (Mal) 2:31.57, 3 Chan Jun Wei (Sel) 2:32.74.

11-12 50m backstroke: 1 Le Jia Liang (Ter) 31.62, 2 Darren Liew (KL) 31.80, 3. Mohd Suhairi (Mal) 32.77;

100m breaststroke: 1 Lau Yue Hin (Hkg) 1:14.47, 2 Zachary Lim (KL) 1:15.98, 3 Darren Ngui (Sar) 1:16.59;

200m freestyle: 1 Lau Yue Hin (Hkg) 2:09.36, 2 Ng To Ngan (Hkg) 2:10.18, 3 Zachary Lim (KL) 2:10.50;

1500m freestyle: 1 Ng To Ngan (Hkg) 18:00.43, 2 Zachary Lim (KL) 18:15.63, 3 Koay Wern Rui (Pen) 18:47.74.

13-14 50m backstroke: 1 Fong Ching Yuen (Hkg) 29.00, 2 David Chang (Hkg) 29.65, 3 Erlangga Anduru (NS) 29.71;

100m breaststroke: 1 Ng Jing Fu (Sel) 1:07.69, 2 Sean Goh (KL) 1:09.17, 3 Ng Chin Wing (Hkg) 1:11.21;

200m freestyle: 1 Temana Andrew Short (Hkg) 1:58.17, 2 Thomas Tam (Hkg) 1:59.28, 3 Chan Pak Hin (Hkg) 2:02.16;

1500m freestyle: 1 Lam Chak Hang (Hkg) 16:54.50, 2 Thomas Tam (Hkg) 17:28.10, 3 Temana Andrew Short (Hkg) 17:32.06.

15-17 50m backstroke: 1 Matthew Chung (Hkg) 26.90 (MR), 2 Jordan Yip (Sel) 27.52, 3 Eric Tan (Sab) 27.74;

100m breaststroke: 1 Wong Fu Kang (Joh) 1:03.86, 2 Foong Wei Tze (Mal) 1:06.73, 3 Ng Yi Hao (KL) 1:07.24;

200m freestyle: 1 Yeap Zheng Yang (Sel) 1:52.70, 2 Jonathan Liow (Hkg) 1:53.70, 3 Wong Jun Bin (KL) 1:56.00;

1500m freestyle: 1 Jonathan Liao (Hkg) 16:14.63, 2 Yeap Zheng Yang (Sel) 16:15.85, 3 Wong Jun Bin (KL) 16:21.81.

Open 50m backstroke: 1 Tern Jian Han (Joh) 26.33, 2 Keith Lim (KL) 27.11, 3 Wong Tzi Rok (Sel) 27.83;

100m breaststroke: 1 Chao Man Hou (Mac) 1:03.98, 2 Daniel Lim (Sel) 1:04.35, 3 Yoo Zhiqian (Pen) 1:08.69;

200m freestyle: 1 Welson Sim (Sar) 1:50.10, 2 Alex Tiong (Sar) 1:57.72, 3 Tan Yun Hung (Sel) 1:59.34;

1500m freestyle: 1 Welson Sim (Sar) 15:54.30, 2 Kevin Yeap (Per) 15:55.50, 3 Tiaa Faang Der (Joh) 16:59.59.

Girls Under-10 50m backstroke: 1 Yong Zing Ru (Sab) 37.53, 2 Law Li Wei (KL) 37.58, 3 Jesslyn Lim (Pen) 37.68;

100m breaststroke: 1 Misa Okuzuno (KL) 1:28.96, 2 Law Li Wei (KL) 1:29.82, 3 Maisara Nurhana Farhan (Joh) 1:31.71;

200m freestyle: 1 Misa Okuzuno (KL) 2:27.99, 2 Teo Zhi Mei (Mal) 2:28.72, 3 Hooi Jia Yee (Pen) 2:32.01.

11-12 50m backstroke: 1 Sadie Gordon (KL) 33.12, 2 Goh Chia Tong (Mal) 33.27, 3 Fabian Janetty (Sab) 33.86;

100m breaststroke: 1 Angelina Chan (Sel) 1:16.61, 2 Lam Hoi Kiu (Hkg) 1:17.25, 3. Gabriella Yip (Hkg) 1:18.71;

200m freestyle: 1 Ho Sheung Wai (Hkg) 2:16.86, 2 Ines Ng (Hkg) 2:16.98, 3 Goh Chia Tong (Mal) 2:18.30;

800m freestyle: 1 Ho Sheung Wai (Hkg) 9:51.49, 2 Goh Chia Tong (Mal) 9:57.56, 3 Angelina Chan (Sel) 10:12.66.

13-14 50m backstroke: 1 Natalie Kan (Hkg) 30.66, 2 Fung Ki Kei (Hkg) 31.51, 3 Christy Teh (Sel) 33.19;

100m breaststroke: 1 Natalia Kan (Hkg) 1:14.60, 2 Christina Tan (Sel) 1:18.15, 3 Liew Chern Xin (Sel) 1:19.58;

200m freestyle: 1 Katii Tang (Hkg) 2:04.36 (MR), 2 Ho Nam Wai (Hkg) 2:09.38, 3 Rosalind Pang (Sel) 2:10.53;

800m freestyle: 1 Ho Nam Wai (Hkg) 9:17.07, 2 Rosalind Pang (Sel) 9:17.13, 3 Yong Qi Ong (Joh) 9:44.76.

15-17 50m backstroke: 1 Yong Toto Kwan (Hkg) 29.19 (MR), 2 Tan Rou Ying (KL) 32.71, 3 Elynn Tan (Pen) 32.73;

100m breaststroke: 1 Cheyenne Cheung (Hkg) 1:13.85, 2 Ho Jia Yi (Sel) 1:16.12, 3 Cheng Weng Lam (Mac) 1:16.67;

200m freestyle: 1 Nadia Adrianna Redza (Sel) 2:10.21, 2 Joan Tsang (Hkg) 2:11.29, 3 Wong Yuk Yan (Hkg) 2:14.85;

800m freestyle: 1 Nadia Adrianna Redza (Sel) 9:13.38, 2 Leong Wan Mei (Hkg) 10:23.36, 3 Alia Salleh (KL) 10:37.43.

Open 50m backstroke: 1 Caroline Chan (Sel) 30.19, 2 Chris Tan (Sab) 31.89, 3 Courtney Gray (Phi) 32.26;

100m breaststroke: 1 Phee Jinq En (Sel) 1:09.57, 2 Erika Kong (Sar) 1:12.52, 3 Lei On Kei (Mac) 1:14.18;

200m freestyle: 1 Chris Tan (Sab) 2:09.57, 2 Angela Chieng (Sar) 2:09.77, 3 Courtney Gray (Phi) 2:16.88;

800m freestyle: 1 Khoo Cai Lin (Sel) 9:03.32, 2 Angela Chieng (Swk) 9:22.48.

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The Star : Welson skips home Sukma, focus on training for Rio Olympics


SHAH ALAM: Sorry, Sarawak. Swimmer Welson Sim is letting go of the chance to compete in the Malaysia Games (Sukma) at his home state from July 22-31 as he wants to be focused on making a sensational debut at the Rio de Janeiro Olympics.

The 18-year-old will compete in three back-to-back meets – in Cannes (France), Monte Carlo (Monaco) and Barcelona (Spain) – in June before heading to Florida, the United States with coach Paul Birmingham for training right until the Olympics in August.

“Florida will be my training base for the Olympics as it’s the same time zone and with a similar climate.

“Most of the swimmers preparing for the Olympics are doing the same thing as it’s easier to adjust to the conditions in Rio.

“I have qualified on merit for the Olympics and I will use the races in Europe to keep myself in good shape,” said Welson, who is targeting to reach the top 16 (semi-finals) in Rio.

Alex Lim Keng Liat is the only Malaysian swimmer to have made the top-16 at the Olympics – in the men’s 100m backstroke in Athens in 2004 – and Welson has high hopes to follow in the Sabahan’s footsteps after reaching the A qualifying times for the men’s 200m and the 400m freestyle at the Singapore national age-group meet last month.

As for the Sukma, Welson’s status as the Singapore SEA Games gold medallist in the men’s 400m freestyle restricts him to only two individual events.

Welson would be a shoo-in to deliver the men’s 200m and 400m freestyle gold medals for Sarawak, but he is passing up the chance.

“I’m sure my state wants me to swim as they’re hosting the Sukma, but they also understand that I have to focus on the Olympics,” said Welson, who missed out on a third gold after Sarawak were disqualified in the 4x100m medley relay boys’ Open category at the National Age-Group Championships at Shah Alam Aquatic Centre on Saturday.

Welson will be looking to add to his gold medal tally when he races in the 200m and 1500m freestyle events on Sunday.

He had claimed victory in the 100m and 400m freestyle events earlier.

Welson will compete in three back-to-back meets – in Cannes (France), Monte Carlo (Monaco) and Barcelona (Spain) in June. - KAMARUL ARIFFIN / The Star

The NST : Welson Sim eyes national record in the Malaysian Invitational Age Group Championships


SHAH ALAM: Olympic-bound Welson Sim has his sights set on breaking his own national record when he competes in the boys’ open 200m freestyle event at the Malaysian Invitational Age Group Swimming Championships at Darul Ehsan Aquatic Centre tomorrow.

The 18-year-old’s national record of 1:47.67 set in the recent Singapore Age Group Championships is the 15th fastest in the world so far.

Welson will compete in the 200m and 400m freestyle disciplines at the Rio Olympic Games in August.

The swimmer is also the national record holder in the 400m freestyle with a time of 3:50.33.

“The meet is not a focus event for me but I will try my best to make an impression. I will also compete in the 1,500 freestyle race tomorrow,” said Welson.

The Sarawakian, who won the 400m freestyle gold medal yesterday, did not have a fruitful day today.

He started the day with a silver medal in the boys’ open 100m backstroke before finishing fourth in the 50m freestyle. His team, Sarawak were disqualified in the 4x100m medley race. However, those were not his pet events.

Hong Kong still lead the medal tally with a haul of 50 gold, 27 silver and 18 bronze, followed by Selangor (22-35-39) and Kuala Lumpur (17-19-19).

Results Boys 11-12 400m individual medley: 1 Zachary Lim (KL) 5:15.20, 2 Albertus Andika Bangun (Ina) 5:28.82, 3 Pang Qi Zhen (Joh) 5:30.78;

13-14: Lam Chak Hang (Hkg) 4:50.75, 2 Chan Pak Hin (Hkg) 4:52.16, 3 Sebastian Soon (KL) 5:01.46;

15-17: 1 Jonathan Liao (Hkg) 4:33.34 (MR), 2 Wong Jun Bin (KL) 4:45.01, 3 Faber Hendrik (Sel) 4:49.54;

Open: 1 Tiaa Faang Der (Joh) 4:35.32, 2 Alex Tiong (Sar) 4:46.28, 3 Tan Gin Yu (KL) 4:56.67.

Under-10 100m backstroke: 1 Darren Kung Joel (Pen) 1:21.86, 2 Yap Yong Jie (Sel) 1:21.90, 3 Dohi Tetseharu (Sel) 1:22.55;

11-12: 1 Koay Wern Rui (Pen) 1:08.31, 2 Liang Le Jia (Ter) 1:08.74, 3 Ng To Ngan (Hkg) 1:09.38;

13-14: 1 Erlangga Andaru Rinaldi (Ina) 1:03.03, 2 David Chang (Hkg) 1:03.07, 3 Fong Ching Yuen (Hkg) 1:03.93;

15-17: 1 Jordan Yip (Sel) 59.40, 2 Matthew Chung (Hkg) 1:00.06, 3 Hollymax Bell (Sab) 1:01.35;

Open: 1 Tern Jian Hern (Joh) 57.86, 2 Welson Sim (Sar) 57.95, 3 Wong Tzi Rok (Sel) 1:01.37.

Under-10 50m freestyle: 1 Tong Yu Jing (Pen) 30.83, 2 Dohi Tetsuharu (Sel) 31.30, 3 Yap Yong Jie (Sel) 31.60;

11-12: 1 Lau Yui Hin (Hkg) 26.55, 2 Zachary Lim (KL) 27.81, 3 Albertus Andika Bangun (Ina) 27.83;

13-14: 1 Temana Andrew Short (Hkg) 24.94, 2 Thomas Tam (Hkg) 25.40, 3 Zachary Tan (Sar) 25.43;

15-17: 1 Cheong Suen Wai (Hkg) 23.79, 2 Foong Wei Tze (Mal) 24.13, 3 Martin Lam (Hkg) 24.38;

Open: 1 Yang Chan (Sel) 23.78, 2 Jie Chan (Sel) 23.89, 3 Keith Lim (KL) 23.91.

11-12 200m butterfly: 1 Albertus Andika Bangun (Ina) 2:19.35, 2 Aow Yu Sheng (Sel) 2:27.77, 3 Bryan Leong (2:29.75);

13-14: 1 Chan Pak Hin (Hkg) 2:13.74, 2 Daniel Liew (Sel0 2:15.55, 3 Low Ken Ji (KL) 2:15.62;

15-17: 1 Wong Jun Bin (KL) 2:07.54, 2 Eric Tan (Sab) 2:08.73, 3 Faber Hendrik (Sel) 2:10.82;

Open: 1 Tiaa Faang Der (Joh) 2:04.43, 2 Tan Gin Yu (KL) 2:07.90, 3 Tan Yun Hung (Sel) 2:12.48.

Relay 11-12 4x100m medley: 1 Malacca 4:38,09, 2 Selangor 4:39.71, 3 Penang 4:42.54

13-14: 1 Hong Kong 4:06.29 (MR) 4:06.29, 2 Kuala Lumpur 4:11.36, 3 Selangor 4:20.18;

15-17: 1 Kuala Lumpur 3:58.95, 2 Selangor 4:00.30, 3 Hong Kong 4:01.02;

Open: 1 Selangor 3:55.33, 2 Kuala Lumpur 4:10.09.

Girls' 11-12 400m individual medley: 1 Gabrielle Yip (Hkg) 5:14.14, 2 Lam Hoi Kiu (Hkg) 5:20.54, 3 Goh Chia Tong (Mal) 5:25.05;

13-14: 1 Ong Yong Qi (Joh) 5:14.02, 2 Rosalind Pang (Sel) 5:18.76, 3 Ho Nam Wai (Hkg) 5:20.31;

15-17: 1 Nadia Adrianna Redza (Sel) 5:06.46, 2 Joan Tsang (Hkg) 5:11.76, 3 Wong Yuk Han (Hkg) 5:20.12;

Open: 1 Angela Chieng (Sar) 5:17.18, 2 Courtney Gray (Phi) 5:31.83.

Under-10 100m backstroke: 1 Misa Okuzuno (KL) 1:20.19, 2 Yong Xing Ru (Sab) 1:20.50, 3 Hooy Jia Yee (Pen) 1:21.28;

11-12: 1 Goh Chia Tong (Mal) 1:10.71, 3 Lam Hoi Kiu (Hkg) 1:11.57, 3 Nessa Yip (Sel) 1:12.80;

13-14: 1 Katii Tang (Hkg) 1:07.29, 2 Fung Ki Kei (Hkg) 1:08.78, 3 Rosalind Pang (Sel) 1:08.89;

15-17: 1 Wong Toto Kwan (Hkg) 1:02.44 (MR), 2 Yap Siew Hui (Sel) 1:12.35, 3 Cindy Tai (Joh) 1:12.66;

Open: 1 Caroline Chan (Sel) 1:06.64, 2 Chris Tan (Sab) 1:08.04, 3 Courtney Gray (Phi) 1:09.40.

Under-10 50m freestyle: 1 Hooy Jia Yee (Pen) 31.45, 2 Sophie Boden (KL) 31.58, 3 Choo Li Co (Ina) 31.95;

11-12: 1 Ho Sheung Wai (Hkg) 28.91, 2 Elise Wong (Sel) 29.11, 3 Nessa Yip (Sel) 29.13;

13-14: 1 Ho Nam Wai (Hkg) 27.51, 2 Fung Ki Kei (Hkg) 27.53, 3 Cheng Ka Mun (Sab) 28.38;

15-17: 1 Elynn Tan (Pen) 27.10, 2 Wong Toto Kwan (Hkg) 27.36, 3 Cindy Sui (Sar) 27.68;

Open: 1 Chui Lai Kwan (Sab) 26.70, 2 Lei Ong Kei (Mac) 27.05, 3 Caroline Chan (Sel) 27.69. 11-12:

200m butterfly: 1 Gabrielle Yip (Hkg) 2:27.86, 2 Ines Ng (Hkg) 2:32.63, 3 Angelina Chan (Sel) 2:33.84;

13-14: 1 Anjali Lim (KL) 2:25.13, 2 Ong Yong Qi (Joh) 2;28.47, 3 Pun Pei Jin (KL) 2:36.12;

15-17: 1 Joan Tsang (Hkg) 2:20.27, 2 Cindy Tai (Joh) 2:32.66, 3 Andrena Soon (Pen) 2:40.11;

Open: 1 Angela Chieng (Sar) 2:27.69.

Relay 11-12 4x100m medley: 1 Hong Kong 4:37.36, 2 Selangor 4:46.57, 3 Malacca 4:58.07;

13-14: 1 Hong Kong 4:30.42, 2 Selangor 4:43.15, 3 Kuala Lumpur 4:49.75;

15-17: 1 Hong Kong 4:21.10 (MR), 2 Selangor 4:35.97, 3 Johor 5:02.10;

Open: 1 Sarawak 5:14.67.

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