SEA Games: Singapore eyes gold rush in the pool as swimming competition begins

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Singapore is eyeing a gold rush as the swimming competition for the 31st SEA Games begins on May 14. Seven gold medals are up for grabs on day one of swimming. Olympic champion Joseph Schooling is expected to help Singapore take gold in the 4x100m freestyle relay. Quah Zheng Wen should also feature in that quartet and will be defending his 100m backstroke crown. His sister, swim queen Ting Wen, is gunning for a fourth straight 100m freestyle title. Their younger sister Jing Wen will be defending her 200m butterfly gold.

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