Hanoi (AFP) – Olympic swimming legend Joseph Schooling had a first gold of the current year’s Southeast Asian Games emphatically grabbed away when Singapore’s run hand-off group were precluded. 온라인카지노
Tutoring, Quah Zheng Wen, Jonathan Tan and Mikkel Lee returned home well clear of their territorial opponents in the 4x100m free-form transfer at the SEA Games in Hanoi on Saturday night and commended winning gold. 안전놀이터
Yet, while directing a post-race interview the group of four’s happiness went to anguish when were educated they had been excluded – – on the grounds that one of their swimmers had left his squares right on time at a changeover – – prior to being guided away.
Tutoring, 26, shocked Michael Phelps to win the 2016 Olympic 100m butterfly title and has dominated 27 SEA Matches golds, alongside three Asian Games golds. 신규사이트
The exclusion closes Singapore’s series of wins in SEA Games 4x100m free-form transfers tracing all the way back to 2001.
Malaysia completed second but on the other hand were precluded for a similar offense which passed on has Vietnam to take the gold with silver for Indonesia and bronze going to Thailand. 메이저사이트
Malaysian swimming trainer Chris Martin said official timing showed one of their swimmers had left the squares at a chageover 0.12 seconds before the approaching swimmer had contacted the divider, in remarks revealed by state news organization Bernama.
Vietnamese swim mentor Phan Quang Minh Quan told state outlet VnExpress: “This is something undeniably challenging and delicate in sport, yet the advanced machine identified the infringement, not human, so it’s fair.”