When we first met, some of them were just 17 years old.
Iman Hashim shares his Red Sports internship experience.
“I often felt nostalgic watching track-and-field and reporting about them brought back a lot of emotions” – Edina Tan
Edina Tan, 19, shares her internship experience with Red Sports.
“Volunteering as a photographer at Red Sports was the best decision I have ever made” – Chua Kai Yun
When Uncle Les interviewed me before accepting me for the internship, he said “the best critic you can get in photography is often yourself. You are your best critic.” Indeed so.
“Covering football and track and field was a walk down memory lane for me” – Ryan Lim on his Red Sports internship
Ryan Lim joined the Red Crew at the start of 2016. He shares his internship experience.
The crew, with an average age of 20, wrote 166 stories over the 17 days of the Games. We also put out 1,000 social media updates on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.
“I get this overwhelming feeling of appreciation whenever the crew goes down to cover games” – Louisa Goh shares her internship experience
Louisa Goh is an undergraduate at the Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information at the Nanyang Technological University.
Over the years, Red Sports has been blessed to have many young interns with the talent and enthusiasm to cover Singapore sports, especially school sports.