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By Toggle Video Published: 26 Aug 2017 Audio: English
Singapore national swimmer Quah Jing Wen has proven yet again that she has come of age after beating her elder sister Ting Wen to win gold in the 100m butterfly. With that, she helped Singapore clinch its 44th gold medal at the 2017 SEA Games, the country's best away gold-medal haul at the regional competition. She was visibly delighted on the top of the podium.
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