Interviews with sports personalities

“My degree was the only thing that nobody could take away from me” – an interview with UK Shyam and Kenneth Khoo (Part 5)

Following the launch of the book, “Running on Empty: The story behind 0.01s”, Red Sports sat down with national 100m record holder UK Shyam and author Kenneth Khoo. Shyam said that the book can be “an athlete’s handbook” for those who are looking to make a career in sports.

By |2018-10-08T22:31:22+00:00October 8th, 2018|The Red Sports Interview, track-and-field|0 Comments

“I was going to all the officers. I was going in there like a psycho, but what to do?” – an interview with UK Shyam and Kenneth Khoo (Part 4)

Following the launch of the book, “Running on Empty: The story behind 0.01s”, Red Sports sat down with the UK Shyam and Kenneth Khoo. Shyam said that the book can be “an athlete’s handbook” for those who are looking to make a career in sports.

By |2018-10-08T22:15:39+00:00October 6th, 2018|The Red Sports Interview, track-and-field|0 Comments

“Those that have become Asian class … they’ve been really training full-time for like six years or seven years or eight years” – an interview with UK Shyam and Kenneth Khoo (Part 3)

Following the launch of the book, “Running on Empty: The story behind 0.01s”, Red Sports sat down with the UK Shyam and Kenneth Khoo. Shyam said that the book can be “an athlete’s handbook” for those who are looking to make a career in sports.

By |2018-10-08T21:39:59+00:00October 5th, 2018|The Red Sports Interview, track-and-field|0 Comments

“I think athletes have to not be afraid to ask for help” – an interview with UK Shyam and Kenneth Khoo (Part 2)

Following the launch of the book, “Running on Empty: The story behind 0.01s”, Red Sports sat down with the UK Shyam and Kenneth Khoo. Shyam said that the book can be “an athlete’s handbook” for those who are looking to make a career in sports.

By |2018-10-08T21:38:47+00:00October 4th, 2018|The Red Sports Interview, track-and-field|0 Comments

“It was a leap of faith for Peng Siong” – an interview with UK Shyam and Kenneth Khoo (Part 1)

Following the launch of the book, “Running on Empty: The story behind 0.01s”, Red Sports sat down with the UK Shyam and Kenneth Khoo. Shyam said that the book can be “an athlete’s handbook” for those who are looking to make a career in sports.

By |2018-10-08T21:37:10+00:00October 3rd, 2018|The Red Sports Interview, track-and-field|0 Comments

“When you ask children why they quit sports, two things come up: too driven by adults, and pressure to do well” — Sergio Lara-Bercial

Sergio Lara-Bercial, a visiting speaker at the National Youth Sports Institute (NYSI) Youth Coaching Conference, gave his views on the junior division review that MOE will undertake.

By |2018-02-07T22:08:51+00:00February 7th, 2018|The Red Sports Interview|1 Comment

“Competitions played with adult formats do little to engage junior participants, leading to disengagement and subsequent withdrawal” – Dr Low Chee Yong of NYSI

Red Sports spoke with Dr Low Chee Yong, Head of Sport Science, from the the National Youth Sports Institute (NYSI), an agency under the Ministry of Culture, Community and Youth, to get a deeper understanding of the science behind the proposed review of primary school sports.

By |2018-01-31T21:41:43+00:00January 31st, 2018|The Red Sports Interview|0 Comments