Samuel Tang (ACJC), Cherlyn Yeoh (RI) and Jonathan Tan [ACS(I)] took home golds after record-breaking performances in their respective 100m freestyle finals on the final day of the 59th National School Swimming Championships.
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.
National B Div Netball final: CHIJ (Toa Payoh) top Singapore Sports School to clinch fourth straight crown
CHIJ Secondary (Toa Payoh) completed their third netball double in the past four years with a resounding 49-26 victory over Singapore Sports School in the National B Division Netball Championship final.
National Schools Track Relays: ACS(I), Sports School snag 4 golds each; Nanyang Girls’ dominant in B Division
Anglo-Chinese School (Independent) secured their first 4x100m relay golds in eight years after triumphing among the C and A Division boys. The two wins were among four golds that ACS(I) garnered on the final day of competition, adding to their 4x400m victories in the same divisions. Usual relay suspects Singapore Sports School also won four golds, while Nanyang Girls' High were dominant in their B Division races.
Mark bagged the C Division boys' 100m gold in 11.59 seconds, while Sports School's Reuben Rainer Lee and Chong Wei Guan won the B and A Division races in 10.91s and 11.06s respectively.
National Schools 100m (Girls): Friendly rivalry from Elizabeth-Ann Tan spurs Nanyang Girls’ Bernice Liew to set new meet record
Nanyang Girls' Bernice Liew stopped the clock at 12.37 seconds, winning the gold and bettering Singapore Sports School alumna Eugenia Tan's 2012 record by 0.02 seconds. Elizabeth-Ann Tan followed closely behind to clinch silver in 12.40s, a new personal best.
National B Div Netball Semis: CHIJ (Toa Payoh) and Singapore Sports School set for final rematch after contrasting victories
CHIJ (Toa Payoh) and Singapore Sports School will contest the national championship game for the second year running after both teams came through their respective semi-finals in differing fashion.
Hwa Chong Institution sweeps the podium through defending champion, Arissa Rashid, Vera Wah and Joyceleen Yap.