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SEA Games Badminton (Mixed Doubles): Singapore duo lose to Malaysian pair in straight sets to exit competition

Singapore's mixed doubles pair of Danny Bawa Chrisnanta and Vanessa Neo bow out in the round of 16 after losing in straight sets to the Malaysian duo Chan Peng Soon and Goh Liu Ying.

By |2015-06-14T12:51:30+08:00June 13th, 2015|badminton, Nation in Motion|0 Comments

SEA Games Badminton (Men’s Doubles): Filipinos upset Hendra and Terry; Danny and Chayut go through to quarter-finals

Team Singapore's badminton representatives enjoyed mixed fortunes in the men's doubles today, with one team making it through to the quarter finals and the other getting booted out of the competition.

By |2015-06-14T12:51:43+08:00June 13th, 2015|badminton, Nation in Motion|1 Comment

SEA Games Athletics (400m): Zubin comes in sixth; Chui Ling sets new PB

Zubin had earlier clocked a season best time of 47.71s in the heats to be ranked third in a field of 10 while Goh Chui Ling bettered the personal best that she had set earlier in the year, clocking in at 57.48s.

By |2015-10-09T18:02:52+08:00June 12th, 2015|Nation in Motion, track-and-field|0 Comments

SEA Games Athletics (Women’s Long Jump): Eugenia Tan jumps her way into national record books with 6.18m effort

Eugenia is the first Singaporean woman to break the 6m mark; her previous national record was 5.94m.

By |2015-06-11T21:06:04+08:00June 10th, 2015|Nation in Motion, track-and-field|0 Comments

SEA Games Athletics: Zhang Guirong wins sixth consecutive shot put gold; personal records fall at other field events

Defending champion Zhang Guirong won her sixth consecutive women's shot put gold with a 14.60m throw on day two of the athletics events at the 28th SEA Games.

By |2015-06-11T21:06:20+08:00June 10th, 2015|Nation in Motion, track-and-field|1 Comment

SEA Games Athletics: Chan Sheng Yao sets new PB in Pole Vault; Stefan Tseng fails to win medal in Triple Jump

Pole vaulter Chan Sheng Yao failed to win a medal but bettered his personal best of 4.91m, clearing 4.95m in the SEA Games Pole Vault Men's Final.

By |2015-12-14T10:18:47+08:00June 9th, 2015|Nation in Motion, track-and-field|0 Comments
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