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So far Sasha Christian has created 31 blog entries.

“I was a beneficiary and I am looking to contributing back” – Maximillian Tan, para-equestrian and Spex scholar

Max is one of 66 athletes across 15 sports who have won the Spex scholarship. He shares with his us his journey.

By |2013-11-29T16:40:45+08:00November 29th, 2013|equestrian, The Red Sports Interview|0 Comments

“When I crossed 4.83m I was in a state of pleasant disbelief” – Sean Lim, pole vault record holder

Sean, who trains just once a week due to NS, earned himself a spot in the 2013 SEA Games when he beat the qualifying mark of 4.70m by 0.13m.

By |2013-11-26T16:25:04+08:00November 14th, 2013|The Red Sports Interview, track-and-field|0 Comments

“In my early Sports School days, I was the slowest of the batch” – Dipna Lim Prasad, holder of three national records

We catch up with her – not literally, of course – to talk about her progression as an athlete and her preparation for the upcoming SEA Games.

By |2013-11-26T16:26:21+08:00October 24th, 2013|The Red Sports Interview, track-and-field|2 Comments

“To be the top cable wakeboarder in Singapore means a lot to me” – Fahkrudin

Singapore’s top cable wakeboard rider, Fahrudin Bin Mohd Yasin, will be taking part in the first-ever Throwdown Obstacle Jam held this weekend.

By |2013-10-25T12:17:22+08:00October 24th, 2013|Nation in Motion, wakeboard|0 Comments

Waterski: Mark Leong sets new U-17 PB at 2013 IWWF Asian Junior Championships

At the ongoing IWWF Asian Waterski and Wakeboard Championships, Mark Leong of Singapore placed second in the Under-17 Slalom Waterski division with a new personal best of two buoys with a 14-meter line.

By |2013-09-30T21:49:01+08:00September 28th, 2013|Nation in Motion, wakeboard, waterski|0 Comments

“The thing I love most about slalom skiing is the tremendous adrenaline rush” – Mark Leong, 15

At the upcoming IWWF Asian Waterski and Wakeboard Championships, a team of five athletes will be flying the nation’s flag. Out of the five, one stands out from the rest, literally.

By |2013-09-28T13:43:41+08:00September 24th, 2013|Nation in Motion, waterski|0 Comments

“I fell on tricks I didn’t expect to crash on” – Sasha Christian

At the most recent IWWF Wakeboard World Championships, my goal was to have a clean stand-up pass to boost my confidence. As I had just returned from injury, placing wasn't the most important.

By |2013-09-15T22:05:01+08:00September 15th, 2013|Nation in Motion, wakeboard|1 Comment

“Landing a new trick is like getting a perfect score on a test” – wakeboarder Guy Tanaka, 14

Just 14 years of age, Guy Tanaka has earned his stripes to be one of the best wakeboarders in Singapore.

By |2013-08-27T21:09:55+08:00August 27th, 2013|Nation in Motion, wakeboard|0 Comments
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