Raffles Institution (RI) took all three points in a 2-0 win in the preliminary round of the National Schools A Division Football Boys’ Championship against National Junior College (NJC) where RI were denied two penalties.
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.
Teammate Nicole Low also broke the old record with a time of 7:56.82 despite running the steeplechase event for the first time. Faye Chiang (#71, RI) finished third in 8:25.16.
National A Div Bball (Girls) : Woon Wei Jing’s clutch shot helps RI defeat NJC 40–36 to clinch bronze
Woon Wei Jing (RI #12) sank a three-pointer with less than 30 seconds on the clock to seal the victory for RI.
Various RI players contributed evenly to the score board, with Vignesh Rengarajan (RI #11) contributing a team-high 10 points.
A Div 100m breaststroke (Boys): Christopher Cheong of TJC clocks 1:03.64 to become third fastest Singaporean
Alexander Tseng and Edmund Teo of Raffles Institution rounded up the podium. Alexander finished over three seconds behind Christopher to take second place, while Edmund clocked a time of 1 minute 08.05 seconds to finish third.
“Coming in tops for the 2nd year running at the Thailand Int’l Judo C’ships 2013 was a great experience” – judoka Soh Keng Chuan
Soh Keng Chuan, 29, is at his first Southeast Asian (SEA) Games with his judo teammate, Benny Tan.
“There were many days when I would question myself whether I could ever get back to my best again.” – Teo Zhen Ren, Swimming
We caught up with Zhen Ren as he shares with us his experience of coming back from an injury to qualify for the SEA Games.