Singapore start Day 9 fifth on the medal tally with 33 gold, 38 silver and 61 bronze medals.
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.
369 athletes were selected to represent Singapore at the upcoming South East Asian (SEA) Games in Indonesia in November, 2011. In the meantime, the SNOC have deferred their decision on the table tennis representatives.
The Singapore Institute of Management (SIM) made a clean sweep of the tertiary categories at the 2011 Singapore Dragon Boat Festival.
Fresh from their victory at the World Team Table Tennis Championships in Moscow, Singapore’s female paddlers took centre-stage tonight at the Raffles City Convention Centre when the local sports fraternity paid tribute to Team Singapore’s top athletes for their outstanding performances in 2009 at the nation’s most prestigious sports recognition event, the Singapore Sports Awards 2010.
Water polo and dragon boat were the only team sports that received the nod of approval for the Asian Games from the Singapore National Olympic Council (SNOC) Selection Committee.
About 120 seniors proved that age is not a barrier to doing sports such as dragon boating by taking part in the People’s Association (PA) Paddle Championship 2010.
The Singapore Dragon Boat community will come together to remember the five national dragon boaters who lost their lives in a tragic dragon boat accident in Cambodia two years ago.