Jason Chee clinched two gold medals and one bronze in the National Disability League Table Tennis Tournament.
He may have only two fingers on his right hand, but that did not stop navy serviceman Jason Chee from striking gold at the National Disability League Table Tennis Tournament on Saturday.
The 30-year-old, who lost both legs and his left arm in a ship accident last December, won two gold medals in the men’s singles and mixed singles categories, and a bronze in the mixed doubles.
Organised by the Singapore Disability Sports Council and the Table Tennis Association for the Disabled, the event was held at the Tampines West Community Club.
The former school paddler, who has been going through therapy sessions to help strengthen his body and teach him to walk with his prosthetic legs, hopes to represent Singapore in the Asean Para Games next year and the 2016 Paralympics in Brazil.
Pictured: Jason Chee with his proud father.
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