Here is a picture story of the 2012 Singapore Biathlon.
Clement Chow and Clara Wong were the top Singaporean man and woman respectively at the Singapore Biathlon. Clement finished second in the Men's Open category while Clara won the Women's Open by close to four minutes.
The 2012 Singapore Biathlon is just less than 24 hours away. By now, you would have already tapered down your training and making your final preparations for the race. Here are some tips on what you should do the day before, during and after your race on March 3rd.
The Singapore Biathlon 2012 is just days away and as you enter the final leg of your preparations for the race, it is time to cut back on your training and start watching your nutritional intake to maintain your desired body weight and stock up enough fuel for your body to deliver your peak performance on event day.
For those new to the sport, we bring you a series of helpful tips to support you in your training and hopefully give you an extra edge on race day. Today, we look at open water swimming.
2,428 biathletes took to the waters off East Coast Park for the 2011 Singapore Biathlon last weekend. A new sprint category was introduced for youth biathletes, comprising of a 750m swim and 5km run.
Singapore Biathlon: Dylan McNeice bests Mok Ying Ren in Men’s Open while Trudy Fawcett just holds off Sumiko Tan in Women’s Open
Singapore's top endurance athlete Mok Ying Ren had to contend with second in the Men's Open when he finished second to Dylan McNeice. Ying Ren clocked 56 minutes and 54 seconds (swim — 22:51; run — 34:03) while New Zealander McNeice finished first in 54:20 (swim — 18:31; run — 35:49). McNeice, a professional triathlete, was flagged off in the third wave.
New participants of the Singapore Biathlon who have not completed an open water swim event of equivalent distance over the last two years, will have to clear an open water swim trial before they can compete at the event on 12 February.