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16-year-old Brandon Ooi bowed out of round 3 in the Men's K1 Head to Head Canoe Sprint event after putting in two highly commendable performances against top competitors.
16-year-old Wang Nan Feng made it as far as Round 3 of the Women's K1 Head to Head Canoe Sprint event, but failed to progress further to the final after losing out to Joanna Bruska of Poland.
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.
Sarah Chen, Ray Peh and Eugene Leong were victorious at the Canoe-Kayak Sprint Championships 2010 as they emerged top of their respective categories.
Singapore Polytechnic (SP) retained the Polytechnic-Institute of Technical Education (POL-ITE) Men's Sprint Kayak Championship title for the 2009/2010 season after a strong showing at the one-day competition.
Nanyang Polytechnic regained the womenâ€™s 2009 POL-ITE Kayak Sprint title with 42 points after losing the title to Republic Polytechnic last year.
54 kayakers experienced a different sight of Singapore as part of the Southern Islands Expedition 2009, organised by Water Venture (Changi) (WVCG) from the 20 to 21 June 2009.