The Singapore National Olympic Council (SNOC) issued a list of 17 athletes that will represent Singapore at the upcoming London Olympic Games.
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Singapore athletes picked up eight gold, six silver and six bronze medals on the second day of the 2011 South-east Asian (SEA) Games. Singapore now lie second on the overall medal tally.
Singapore have won three medals so far on the first day of the 2011 South-east Asian (SEA) Games.
Singapore took advantage of home territory and a thin field to finish top of the medal standings at the Canoe Marathon Asian Championships. Our canoeists won seven gold, seven silver and two bronze medals for a 16-medal haul. Indonesia (2-1-0) and India (1-3-1) were second and third respectively.
13 Singaporeans will be hoping to do the Republic proud in canoeing and kayaking at the upcoming 26th South-East Asian (SEA) Games in Jakarta, Indonesia.
The Singapore National Olympic Council (SNOC) has issued the final list of 419 names of Singaporeans who will represent the country at the upcoming South East Asian (SEA) Games in Indonesia.
The annual Singapore Canoe Marathon took place today at the Marina Reservoir and featured a record number of 680 athletes who took to the waters to compete across 28 race categories. The event marked a significant milestone for organisers, the Singapore Canoe Federation (SCF), as it was held in a new location and followed a new 4.3km race route, which will be used for the 19th ICF World Canoe Marathon Championships to be held here in October this year.