Phan Thanh Binh wins discus gold at Singapore Open

Update: 14:12 | 30/03/2019

Phan Thanh Binh won a gold medal at the ongoing 81st Singapore Open Track & Field Championships on March 28.

The Vietnamese came first in the men’s discus with a result of 48.09m, setting a new personal best.

Phan Thanh Binh, discus gold, Singapore Open, Track & Field Championships, new personal best

81st Singapore Open Track & Field Championships.

Eric Yee of the hosts was second with 45.94m while Albert Mantua from the Philippines came third with a throw of 45.69m.

Earlier, Luong Duc Phuoc took home a bronze in the men’s 800m. The 17-year-old finished at 1:56.14.

He was behind Nishikubo Tatsuy of Japan who ran 1:50.83 and Marco Vilog of the Philippines on 1:51.63.

In other events, Nguyen Van Khanh and Vuong Ngoc Tuyet earned their berth in the final of the women’s 200m category.

 

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Source: VNA

 
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