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Let the children play – Norway’s golden approach reminds us of what matters in sport

By | May 23rd, 2018|Categories: RED out loud|1 Comment

Norway has a population smaller than Singapore’s and a sports budget a fraction of their closest rivals, but that did not stop them from surpassing the current record for the most medals won at a single Winter Olympics and topping the medal tally at the Pyeongchang Winter Games. So what exactly is their secret to winter sport dominance?

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Youth in Motion

May 2018

National A Div Bball Final: AJC defend title after hard-fought overtime thriller against NJC

By | May 18th, 2018|Categories: basketball, Youth in Motion|Tags: , |

With three players scoring more than 15 points each, it was a team effort for Anderson Junior College as they defended their National A Division Basketball Championship title, taking down National Junior College in overtime 66--60.

National A Div Bball Final (Girls): Dunman High denies Raffles three-peat with dominant performance

By | May 18th, 2018|Categories: basketball, Youth in Motion|Tags: , |

The overall playmaking of Tan Hui Xiang (DHS #7) and the sharpshooting of Teh Wen Jan (DHS #4) bagged them each 21 points as they led Dunman High School to their first National Girls' A Division Basketball Championship title over Raffles Institution 53--32.

National A Div Rugby: With first half blitz, ACS(I) beat RI for 5th straight title

By | May 17th, 2018|Categories: rugby, Youth in Motion|Tags: , |

With a dominant first half and 11 points from Matthew Robinson [ACS(I) #9], Anglo-Chinese School (Independent) came out tops over Raffles Institution 26-14 for their fifth consecutive National A Division Rugby Championship title.

National A Div Bball Semis (Girls): Raffles come from behind to stun Hwa Chong

By | May 17th, 2018|Categories: basketball, Youth in Motion|Tags: , |

Raffles Institution's bigs, Tan Kang Yi (RI #12) and Shannon Tiong (RI #15), scored 18 and 13 respectively to lead them past Hwa Chong Institution 51--46 and into the National Girls' A Division Basketball Championship final.

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