Singapore's 17-year-old judokas Lim Chin Jie and Tang Jing Fang failed to make it past the repechages of the Judo Boys 81kg and Judo Girls 52kg categories respectively.
• MOE to provide $25,000 each to injured school athletes Ser Yung and Adhe • Ruggers involved in the St Andrew's vs ACS(I) banned for a year • MOE recommends that St Andrew's take disciplinary action against Saints rugby coach • safety measures more than adequate in judo injury
The Youth Olympic Games are just around the corner and 130 Singaporean athletes will do battle in the red and white of Singapore. So feel free to express your best wishes to the athletes, especially if they are your teammates or your schoolmate, if they are your brother or your sister, if they are your son or your daughter.
The SNOC Games Selection Committee chaired by Minister Teo Chee Hean, Deputy Prime Minister, Minister for Defence and President SNOC met today to select Team Singapore athletes and teams for the Singapore 2010 Youth Olympic Games.
Singapore will see some 600 athletes from more than 20 countries competing in the Friendship Games â€“ a series of national and international level competitions in the month of January.
Discus thrower James Wong bagged his eighth gold medal in the discipline when he won Team Singapore's only gold medal on day eight of competition at the 25th South East Asian (SEA) Games in Laos.
Team Singapore clinched three more gold medals on day seven of the 25th South East Asian (SEA) Games to cross the 30-gold mark to maintain third place in the medal tally.
Raffles Junior College won both the boys' and girls' A Division Judo titles at this yearÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s National Schools Team Judo Championships.