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Pri Track & Field: Nanyang clinch five division titles to emerge as most bemedaled team

Nanyang Primary emerged as the school with the most bemedalled athletes after they scooped up five division titles out of the six divisions they competed in at the 54th National Inter-Primary School Track & Field Championships

Pri Track & Field: Nanyang and Temasek dominate 4x100m qualifiers; Nanyang lower D girls’ record below 1 minute

Nanyang and Temasek Primary dominated the 4x100m relay heats as they posting the fastest times at the 54th National Inter-Primary School Track & Field Championships.

By | 2013-04-26T00:22:09+00:00 April 25th, 2013|Front Page News, track-and-field, Youth in Motion|0 Comments

Pri Track & Field: Temasek win C boys’ 4x300m relay in record timing

Temasek Primary clinched the C Boys' 4x300m relay with a record time of 3 minutes 11:84 seconds at the 54th National Inter-Primary School Track & Field Championships. Their result was just over half a second faster than the previous record of 3 minutes 12.26 seconds set by Kuo Chuan Presbyterian Primary in 2012.

By | 2013-06-27T12:02:42+00:00 April 24th, 2013|Front Page News, track-and-field, Youth in Motion|0 Comments

Pri Track & Field: Nanyang’s Carlyne and Celeste Li set new records in D Girls’ 300m and 600m

Three new records were set on the fourth day of competition at the 54th National Inter-Primary School Track & Field Championships. Nanyang Primary's Carlyne Li and Celeste Li set a new record in the D Girls' 300m and 600m respectively.

By | 2013-06-27T12:22:15+00:00 April 24th, 2013|Front Page News, track-and-field, Youth in Motion|0 Comments

Pri Track & Field: Nanyang clinch gold in B and C girls’ long jump

Nanyang Primary clinched top spot in the B and C Girls long jump event at the 54th National Inter-Primary School Track & Field Championships.

By | 2013-04-24T14:33:47+00:00 April 24th, 2013|Front Page News, track-and-field, Youth in Motion|0 Comments

D Boys High Jump: Mohammad Shaqeer of Northland Pri wins gold

Mohammad Shaqeer of Northland Primary won the first place in the D Boys high jump event after he cleared a height of 1.21m. Reuben Rainer Lee of Temasek Primary also set a new record in the C Boys' 600m event.

By | 2013-04-21T11:24:31+00:00 April 21st, 2013|Front Page News, track-and-field, Youth in Motion|0 Comments