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NUS IHG Football: Sheares Hall defend title with 2-0 victory over Eusoff Hall

Sheares Hall (SH) beat Eusoff Hall (EH) in the National University of Singapore (NUS) Inter-Hall Games (IHG) men's football final to clinch their third title in four years, claiming high ground in the recent longstanding football rivalry between the two halls with a 2-0 victory. The last three IHG men's football finals have been contested by the same two halls, with Eusoff victorious in 2018 and Sheares successfully retaining the championship they won last year.

By |2020-02-12T02:51:09+08:00February 12th, 2020|football, Youth in Motion|0 Comments

NUS IHG Handball: Temasek Hall retain double title after dramatic comeback win against Kent Ridge Hall

With only a few minutes left on the clock, the scoreline read 31-29 in Kent Ridge (KR) Hall's favour in the National University of Singapore (NUS) Inter-Hall Games (IHG) men's handball final. After leading for practically the entire game, the boys in blue were set to dethrone defending champions Temasek Hall (TH) and clinch their first handball title in at least six years. But Temasek's Tomoyuki Ban (TH #51) had other ideas.

By |2020-02-10T18:28:23+08:00February 10th, 2020|handball, Youth in Motion|0 Comments

IVP Track & Field (Relays): NUS Men sweep 4x100m and 4x400m titles for first time in decade

For the first time since 2010, the men’s team of the National University of Singapore (NUS) have clinched double gold in the relays at the Institute-Varsity-Polytechnic (IVP) Championships.

By |2020-01-24T19:10:33+08:00January 24th, 2020|track-and-field, Youth in Motion|0 Comments

IVP Track & Field: SMU’s Ow Yeong Wei Bin crushes 31-year-old 400m Hurdles meet record while NUS’ Celeste Goh claims women’s gold

Ow Yeong Wei Bin of Singapore Management University (SMU) stormed to a 54.28 seconds finish in the Institute-Varsity-Polytechnic (IVP) Men's 400-metre hurdles final, annihilating the previous meet record of 55.40s set by Lim Kok Hoon, then of Ngee Ann Polytechnic, back in 1989.

By |2020-01-23T17:40:32+08:00January 23rd, 2020|track-and-field, Youth in Motion|0 Comments

IVP 5000m: Invincible Vanessa Lee seals another distance treble

Vanessa Lee of NUS comfortably won the Women's 5000 metres in 19:32.91 to clinch another IVP gold, adding to her victories in the 1500m and 10000m in the space of one week.

By |2020-05-14T17:28:04+08:00January 20th, 2020|track-and-field, Youth in Motion|0 Comments

IVP Triple Jump: NTU’s Ernest Ong grabs win with last jump while Jezebel Koh secures double gold for NUS

After some words of advice from competitor and eventual silver medallist Ivan Mun of SUTD, NTU's Ernest Ong grabbed the IVP Men's triple jump gold with his last jump of 13.85m. In the Women's triple jump, Jezebel Koh of NUS secured her second gold of the afternoon after also winning the high jump earlier.

By |2020-01-16T10:13:22+08:00January 15th, 2020|track-and-field, Youth in Motion|0 Comments

IVP Track & Field: Experience prevails as NTU’s Khairyll, TP’s Haanee defend 100m crowns

NTU's Khairyll Amri (#92) pipped training partner Naqib Asmin (#402) of SUSS by 0.09 seconds as he clinched his third straight IVP Men's 100m gold in 10.80s, while TP's Haanee Hamkah also defended her Women's 100m title with a personal best of 12.30s.

By |2020-01-15T02:01:11+08:00January 14th, 2020|track-and-field, Youth in Motion|0 Comments

Singapore National Swimming Championships: Lionel Khoo, Randall Neo set new milestones on meet’s penultimate day

Only one meet record was felled by a local on the third and penultimate day of the Neo Garden 15th Singapore National Swimming Championships (SNSC) as Lionel Khoo set a new mark of 28.08 seconds in the men's 50-metre breaststroke heats. The 24-year-old's timing surpassed his own record of 28.46s set in 2017, and he went on to strike gold in the afternoon final touching the wall in 28.21s.

By |2019-06-22T14:36:26+08:00June 22nd, 2019|Nation in Motion, swimming, Youth in Motion|0 Comments
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