Swimming was among several spots that took place at the ASEAN Para Games in Cambodia ©ASPF

Vietnam captured 11 swimming titles in an impressive day in the pool at the Association of Southeast Asian Nation Para Games in Phnom Penh.

A total of 28 medals were won by Vietnam at the Morodok Techo National Stadium Aquatic Center in the Cambodian capital.

Pham Thanh Dat was the first Vietnamese swimmer to top the standings courtesy of his victory in the men’s 50 metres butterfly S8 final.

Trinh Thi Bich Nhu was the next to deliver gold for Vietnam with victory in the women’s 50m butterfly S6 final.

She also captured the women’s 100m breaststroke SB5 and women’s 50m freestyle S6 golds to complete her hat-trick.

Le Tien Dat beat compatriot Do Thanh Hai to the men’s 100m breaststroke SB5 title before Nguyen Thi Sari triumphed in the women’s 100m breaststroke SB4 final.

Dat also came out on top in the men’s 50m freestyle S6 category.

Vi Thi Hang won over the same distance in the SB5 class before winning the the women’s 50m freestyle S7 title.

The other Vietnamese winner was Danh Hoa in the men's 50 freestyle S4 final, while Vietnam also clinched men’s 4x50m medley relay 20 points gold.

Indonesia enjoyed success in sitting volleyball as they continue to increase their medal tally ©ASPF
Indonesia enjoyed success in sitting volleyball as they continue to increase their medal tally ©ASPF

Thailand starred in track and field, winning 12 golds, six silvers and four bronzes, while Indonesia claimed 10 golds in a 31-medal haul in the final day of athletics action.

There was also success for Thailand in wheelchair basketball, winning both the men’s and women’s team 5x5 titles courtesy of victories of Cambodia and the Philippines respectively.

Indonesia and the Philippines dominated the Para chess events.

The Philippines earned four golds, two silvers and five bronzes but Indonesia bettered that with six golds, six silvers and one bronze.

Another six titles were won by Indonesia in the Para powerlifting competitions as they earned a further 10 medals in the sport.

Indonesia saw off Thailand to earn the women's sitting volleyball team crown at the Morodok Techo National Stadium Elephant Hall Two.

Competition is due to continue tomorrow.