Figure skater Yu Shuran clinched Singapore's first winter sports gold at the SEA Games after she came out tops in the women's competition on Sunday.
The 17-year-old, scored 53.28 points on Saturday, following by 82.4 for a total of 135.52 and lay claim to gold over nine competitors in the short programme.
Earlier this year, the Beijing-based teenager had achieved a creditable sixth-placed finish at the Asian Winter Games in Sapporo, became the first Singaporean to qualify for the World Figure Skating Championships.
Winter sports is making its debut at the biennial SEA Games. Besides figure skating, ice hockey and short track speed skating are part of the 38 sports offered in Malaysia.
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