This will be the first trip to the SEA Games for Ynez who studies at St. Anthony's Canossian Secondary School.
Come January 2011, Singapore will play host to the best in Asian Windsurfing. The Singapore Windsurfing Association has secured the rights from the International Windsurfing Association(IWA), the international sanctioning body for the Asian Windsurfing Championships, to host the Asian Windsurfing Championships for various windsurfing disciplines in Singapore for the next 4 years, starting with the 2011 edition.
Singapore's Audrey Yong leads in the Girls Techno 293 Windsurfing Class at the sailing event of the Youth Olympic Games.
After three days of competition, YOG windsurfer Amanda Ng claimed third position in Techno 293 Class at the SIM 29th Singapore Open Windsurfing Championships, beating fellow local Audrey Yong by four points.
Competitors from the Philippines, South Korea, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, UK, Japan, and Norway are in town for the SIM 29th Singapore Open Windsurfing Championships which starts on Friday, January 8th.
Darren Choy, 15, won a silver at the Byte CII Asian Championship to finish as the top Singaporean boy. Fellow Singaporean Nathan Tang won the bronze.
SIM Global Education, one of the largest private education and training institutions in Singapore, has taken up a three-year title sponsorship of the Singapore Open Windsurfing Championship, the biggest event on the Singapore windsurfing calendar.