Nanyang Polytechnic defended their Polytechnic–Institute of Technical Education Games track and field overall title with an emphatic 361 points with Singapore Polytechnic coming in second with a distant 288 points.
Ngee Ann Polytechnic’s Shawn Jong defended his Men’s Triple Jump title equaling his personal best distance of 13.94m, which he achieved during his gold medal win at last year’s Polytechnic–Institute of Technical Education Games (POL-ITE).
After clinching two gold medals in the 800m race event and the road race, Kiranraj s/o Suresh completed his hat-trick by steadily winning the 1500m race with a time of 4:31.11.
After a laboured effort in the first quarter, Temasek Polytechnic finally clicked into gear in the second half to take their second victory of the Polytechnic–Institute of Technical Education Games (POL-ITE) season with a 67-56 win over Nanyang Polytechnic.
Nanyang Polytechnic secured their first victory of the Polytechnic–Institute of Technical Education Games (POL-ITE) season over Singapore Polytechnic in an entertaining match that ended 64-61.
Temasek Polytechnic overcame an unexpected ejection of one of their players, Sherman Seet, in the second quarter, to defeat Ngee Ann Polytechnic 72-59 and kick-start their POL-ITE basketball championship campaign.
Nanyang Technological University wrapped up one of the most competitive Singapore University Games basketball seasons in recent years by avenging last year’s loss against Singapore Institute of Technology with a dominant 74-52 victory to come in third.
“My degree was the only thing that nobody could take away from me” – an interview with UK Shyam and Kenneth Khoo (Part 5)
Following the launch of the book, “Running on Empty: The story behind 0.01s”, Red Sports sat down with national 100m record holder UK Shyam and author Kenneth Khoo. Shyam said that the book can be “an athlete’s handbook” for those who are looking to make a career in sports.