(UPDATED) Filipino tanker Jerard Jacinto won a silver medal on Sunday while setting a new national swim record during the 32nd Southeast Asian Games.
Jacinto, who already won a bronze in the men's 100m backstroke on Saturday, broke the Philippine record in the men's 50m backstroke twice, clocking in at 25.56 seconds in the final and 25.77 second in the heats.
His effort was good enough for a silver in Cambodia, bringing his medal count in Phnom Penh to two.
Indonesia's veteran I Gede Siman Sudartawa won gold with a time of 24.160 seconds. Singapore's Quah Zheng Wen completed the podium, taking bronze with a time of 25.610 seconds.
Fellow swimmer Teia Salvino also bagged a bronze in women's swimming.
She set a new Philippine record in the women's 50m backstroke with 28.99 sec.
Indonesia's 17-year-old swimmer Masniari Wolf claimed the gold with a time of 28.890 seconds, followed by Thailand's Saovanee Boonamphai (28.970 seconds).
Another Filipina swimmer, Chloe Isleta, was eighth with a time of 30.280 seconds.
Meanwhile, Jenelyn Olsim won a bronze in Kun Khmer Women's 54kg class.
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