Wong Rui Yue of Victoria Junior College (VJC) came into the shot put competition aiming for a personal best (PB), but she definitely did not expect to achieve it with only her third throw of the competition. In the other field events that day, Raffles Institution’s (RI) Ryan Ng came out on top in the A Division discus throw event with a final distance of 44.68 metres. The second-year student, however, admitted that he did not do as well as he had hoped.
Defending champion Lim En Ning of Dunman High School (DHS) defied injuries to deliver a stunning leap of 5.66 metres, edging out her fellow competitors to win the A division girls' long jump event.
National A Div Bball (Girls): River Valley High School triumph over Eunoia Junior College 36-23 to advance next round
River Valley High School seals 36-23 victory against Eunoia Junior College to book their spot in the second round of the National A Division Basketball Championships.
National A Div Bball: Eunoia Junior College clinch narrow 35–28 win against Hwa Chong International School
Eunoia Junior College inches past Hwa Chong International School with narrow 35-28 win.
The penultimate day of the 59th National School Swimming Championships saw a new under-17 national record in the B Division 50m Freestyle through Jonathan Tan of Anglo Chinese School (Independent) [ACS (I)] who led the way among Singapore’s rising swimming stars.
HCI’s Benaiah Hoong leapt 13.43m on his final attempt to win gold in the A Division Boys’ Triple Jump event at the National Schools Track and Field Championships.
Elaine Quah of Raffles Institution clocked a 8:02.92 finish to convincingly take home top honours in the A Division Girls' 2000m Steeplechase final.
Hwa Chong Institution's Evan Koh's second attempt of 15.32 metres secured him the A Division boys' shot put gold medal, his first metal since Secondary 4.