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National Schools Swimming: ACS(I) boys undisputed kings after clinching sixth straight grand slam and six more records on final day

ACS(I) once again retained their stranglehold of all boys' divisional championships with a sixth straight grand slam of A, B and C titles, while RI and MGS retained their A and B girls' titles with the latter also dethroning defending champions and nearest rivals Raffles Girls' School in the girls' C Division.

By |2019-05-02T10:10:38+08:00April 30th, 2019|swimming, Youth in Motion|0 Comments

B Div 100m & 100m Hurdles: Nanyang Girls’ Elizabeth-Ann Tan lights up National Stadium with two meet records in two days; becomes 2nd-fastest all-time U17 Singaporean girl in both events

In a matter of two days, Elizabeth-Ann Tan of Nanyang Girls' High School wiped out two championship records under National Stadium floodlights, clinching golds in both the 100-metre hurdles and 100m sprint finals. She hurdled to a new B Division benchmark of 14.59 seconds on Thursday, March 28, before tearing down the track a day later in the blue riband event in a swift 12.25s.

By |2019-04-07T18:28:57+08:00April 7th, 2019|track-and-field, Youth in Motion|0 Comments

B Div 100m: HCI’s Zeen Chia scores rare 100m-long jump double in first foray into blue riband event

In his first year competing in the century sprint, Zeen Chia of Hwa Chong Institution (HCI) came out tops in the B Division boys' 100 metres final to emerge the surprise victor. The Secondary 4 student -- whose pet event is the long jump -- was previously also a racewalker during his time in the C Division, and only started doing specific sprints training five months ago.

By |2019-04-07T12:07:14+08:00April 6th, 2019|track-and-field, Youth in Motion|0 Comments

A Div 100m Hurdles: Valencia Ho seals Raffles double with third hurdles title

Raffles Institution (RI)'s Valencia Ho secured her third sprint hurdles title at the annual National Schools Track and Field Championships when she crossed the finish line first in the A Division girls' 100-metre hurdles final, stopping the clock at a personal best 15.25 seconds. It adds to the B Division gold she won in the event last year and her C Division 80m hurdles win in 2015. Between those, the former Nanyang Girls' High School (NYGH) athlete still earned silvers losing to teammate and record-setter Elizabeth-Ann Tan in the C girls' race in 2016, and to Singapore Sports School (SSP) alumna Rachel Chin in the 2017 B Division final.

By |2019-04-06T20:12:45+08:00April 4th, 2019|track-and-field, Youth in Motion|0 Comments

A Div 110m & 400m Hurdles: RI’s Matz Chan seals double gold after overcoming injury troubles

Raffles Institution duo Matz Chan and Jered Wong earned a 1-2 finish in both the A Division boys' 110m and 400m hurdles finals, with Matz clocking 15.70s and 57.25s in the respective races.

By |2019-04-06T19:32:11+08:00April 2nd, 2019|track-and-field, Youth in Motion|0 Comments

B Div 400m Hurdles: Tyeisha and Irsyad secure double gold for Singapore Sports School

In likely their final time competing in the event for Singapore Sports School (SSP), Tyeisha Rene Misson Khoo and Irsyad B Mohammad Said made it a swansong to remember as they struck gold in their respective B Division 400-metre hurdles finals.

By |2019-04-07T17:55:49+08:00April 2nd, 2019|track-and-field, Youth in Motion|0 Comments

A Div 400m Hurdles: HCI’s Amanda Ashley Woo powers home in dominant sub-66s run

Hwa Chong Institution's Amanda Ashley Woo dominated from start to end to power home to gold in the A Division girls' 400-metre hurdles final, clocking a quick time of 1 minute and 5.96 seconds.

By |2019-04-03T12:55:24+08:00April 1st, 2019|track-and-field, Youth in Motion|0 Comments

C Div 400m Hurdles: HCI’s Zak Tng wins to claim first individual medal

Zak Tng of Hwa Chong Institution clinched the C Division boys' 400-metre hurdles gold at the 60th National Schools Track and Field Championships, stopping the clock at 1 minute 2.17 seconds. The result meant the Secondary 2 student seals his first individual medal at the annual schools meet.

By |2019-04-01T21:32:19+08:00April 1st, 2019|track-and-field, Youth in Motion|0 Comments