40-year-old Wong Meng Ee, who is nearly blind, finished a 1.5km swim and 10km run at the 2010 Singapore Biathlon.
Defending champions Mok Ying Ren and Trudy Fawcett swept a field of 2,310 biathletes to retain their titles at the 2010 Singapore Biathlon.
Joey Poh won the HSBC Womenâ€™s Champions Local Qualifying Tournament for 2010 to earn the host country invite spot for the second year running at next monthâ€™s showdown of the worldâ€™s top professional female golfers.
Chief of Defence Force Lieutenant-General Desmond Kuek, Chief of Army Major-General Neo Kian Hong and Chief of Navy Rear-Admiral Chew Men Leong took part in the Singapore Biathlon at East Coast Park this weekend.
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Mok Ying Ren, 20, blazed home in a time of 56 minutes 7 seconds to win the open category at the Singapore Biathlon. 2,200 endurance junkies jumped into the waters off East Coast Park, including Chief of Defence Force Lt-Gen Desmond Kwek, Chief of Army Major-Gen Neo Kian Hong and Chief of Navy Rear-Admiral Chew Men Leong.
While Trudy Fawcett and Halligan Quin might have won the race in their respective gender groups, there was more to the race than just the elite athletes running and swimming. We bring you a picture story of the race.
Australian Trudy Fawcett showed her running prowess when she came from behind to beat the early leaders to win the women's category of the Sprint Aquathlon, the first race in the Singapore Sprint Series.