NAYPYIDAW, 15 December 2013 The Thai swimming team has earned two gold medals from the 27th SEA Games in Naypyidaw, Myanmar.
On the fourth day of the swimming tournament, Thailand entered to contest for six gold medals but could earn two. “James Bond” Nuttapong Ketin snatched a gold medal from men’s 200 meters breaststroke. He was timed 2 minutes and 13.32 seconds.
Another gold medal went to Nattanan Chankrachang in the women’s 200 meters freestyle category. She took 2 minutes and 1.03 seconds. This is the third gold medal for Thailand in this SEA Games.