5am. That's the time Lea Ong, 8, hits the ice at Singapore's only Olympic-sized rink. A 5am starts means the petite Lea is up by 4.15am.
Stamford American International School (SAIS) today announced Singapore's first synthetic ice skating rink on the schoolâ€™s Foundation Campus at Lorong Chuan.
For the first time, skaters from Singapore will be performing in a professional ice skating show in Singapore.
Flashes of brilliant potential and emerging greatness. That's what people saw at the Singapore National Figure Skating Championships over the weekend of March 8-9, 2009 at Kallang Ice World. The best of the skating seen at Nationals this year was the best that has ever been seen in Singapore.
On the closing day of the 8th National Figure Skating Championships on March 8th, 2009, 14-year-old Brittany Lau won the free programme and landed in 1st place overall for the Junior Ladies event.
It was the ice version of the Kallang Roar (with apologies to the nation's legions of football fans) today as the Singapore National Figure Skating Championships got underway at Kallang Ice World with a loud, standing room-only crowd in attendance.
Singapore's overseas skaters dominated the short programme in the Junior event at the National Figure Skating Championships today with superior flow, beautiful spiral sequences and great spins. However, they all struggled with their jumps at Kallang Ice World, a rink that is about 30% smaller than a traditional Olympic size surface.