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“I hope that I won’t be just a bowler who will have achieved many things but also an inspiring bowler, who can inspire people around me.” – and interview with Deaflympics gold medallist Adelia Naomi Yokoyama

Adelia Naomi Yokoyama, 20, who was born with profound hearing loss, grew up in a sporty family. While her eldest sister, Natasha represented Singapore in sailing, Adelia made history by winning Singapore’s first Deaflympics gold medal in 2017. As she prepares for her upcoming competition at the World Deaf Bowling Championship this August, Adelia sat down with Red Sports to share about her bowling journey.

RED ALL-STARS: Vote for your best 2019 A Division football players

All of you have nominated your best players, now it's time to vote! Voting will end on June 30. The most voted male and female player will win a free photoshoot with Red Sports.

By |2019-08-13T11:41:54+08:00June 11th, 2019|football, What say you all?|2 Comments

National A Div Floorball: VJC end RI’s six-win streak with 6-4 victory to face EJC in final

In a face-off between two undefeated teams this season, Victoria Junior College came out on top against Raffles Institutions to win 6-4 as they look to clinch their second National A Division Floorball title in three years.

By |2019-05-09T14:10:13+08:00May 9th, 2019|floorball, Youth in Motion|0 Comments

A Div High Jump: Kampton Kam of VJC overcomes back injury to break U20 record with 2.15 metres

As Kampton Kam looked at the bar, which was set at 2.15 metres, he raised both his hands in the air and began clapping — urging his Victoria Junior College (VJC) supporters, seated behind him, to clap along. With the crowd clapping with him, Kampton then steadied himself. As he began his run-up, the rhythm of the clapping sped up alongside him almost as if to give an extra lift to the 18-year-old high jumper, who had already failed his first attempt at the record-breaking height. Kampton smoothly took off, with his eyes fixed firmly on the bar, he arched his body over the bar and as his legs cleanly floated above the bar, you can see his gritted teeth breaks into a smile of disbelief.

By |2019-04-01T16:27:06+08:00April 1st, 2019|track-and-field, Youth in Motion|0 Comments

Singapore Open Track and Field: Chen Xiang rewrites 110m hurdles national record twice as Tia breaks national mark in triple jump

Going into the final of the Men’s 110 metres hurdles event, Ang Chen Xiang was looking to rewrite the national record for the second time at the 81st Singapore Open after clocking 14.27 seconds in the heats, which bettered his previous mark of 14.36s. But as he warmed up for the race, he did not even know if his body could make it to the finish line. “I went to the first hurdle (during warm-up), my calves started cramping so I was like I knew my body was starting to complain,” said Chen Xiang.

A Div Field: RI comes out top in Boys’ Discus while VJC dominates Girl’s Shot Put

Wong Rui Yue of Victoria Junior College (VJC) came into the shot put competition aiming for a personal best (PB), but she definitely did not expect to achieve it with only her third throw of the competition. In the other field events that day, Raffles Institution’s (RI) Ryan Ng came out on top in the A Division discus throw event with a final distance of 44.68 metres. The second-year student, however, admitted that he did not do as well as he had hoped.

By |2019-03-27T21:20:23+08:00March 27th, 2019|track-and-field, Youth in Motion|0 Comments

A Div High Jump: Hwa Chong’s Tham Mei Shuen triumphs in familiar turn of events against Dunman High’s Lim En Ning

Tham Mei Shuen of HCI clinched gold in the A Division girls' high jump event with a final height of 1.54m. All the top three jumpers had the same final height of 1.54m and the officials had to do a countback to decide the winners.

By |2019-03-15T09:15:41+08:00March 14th, 2019|track-and-field, Youth in Motion|0 Comments

National B Div High Jump: Raffles clinches 1-2 finish through Mingwen Lee Sullivan and Benjamin Seah

Raffles Institution got off to a strong start in the B Division boys’ championship with a 1-2 finish in the high jump event through Mingwen Lee Sullivan and Benjamin Seah, who recorded 1.85m and 1.78m respectively.

By |2019-03-11T23:42:22+08:00March 11th, 2019|track-and-field, Youth in Motion|0 Comments