Temasek Polytechnic (TP) and Nanyang Polytechnic (NYP) went head-to-head with high stakes on the line in the Polytechnic-Institute of Technical Education (POL-ITE) Games football championship, as both teams settled for a 1-1 draw. As it turned out, the final scoreline was enough to see TP seal qualification into the Institute-Varsity-Polytechnic (IVP) Games after many years of not qualifying.
IVP Basketball (Women): NTU dominate final against first-time finalists SIT; SP edge out TP for 3rd place
Favourites NTU dominated the IVP Women's Basketball Championship final with a 61-34 victory against first-time finalists SIT, while SP edged out TP 60-50 to clinch bronze.
SIM edges out TP 67-60 for the win with experienced and mature gameplay
IVP Basketball (Women): SIT spring last-minute upset against TP to advance to final; Favourites NTU brush past SP 63-44
A last quarter comeback saw the Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT) edge out Temasek Polytechnic (TP) 55-53 to move on to the IVP Basketball Championship final; while powerhouses Nanyang Technological University (NTU) brushed past Singapore Polytechnic (SP) in the other semi-final.
NUS advances to the IVP finals by clinching an 89-79 victory against TP.
The Temasek Polytechnic quartet of Alanis Moey, Clara Goh, Haanee Hamkah and Andreana Tang won the women's 4x100m relay final to add to the men's gold; while the National University of Singapore retained their double gold in the 4x400m relays to cap off another successful IVP campaign.
IVP Track and Field: Timothee Yap pulls training mate Zong Yang to 200m PB; Clara Goh of TP claims first IVP gold
Training mates Timothee Yap of NUS and Tan Zong Yang of SMU finished 1-2 in the men's 200m final in 21.65s and 21.69s respectively, while Clara Goh of TP claimed her first ever IVP gold in the women's final with a new personal best of 26.09s.
Chan Zhe Ying of National University of Singapore clinched the gold medal in the Institute-Varsity-Polytechnic men’s triple jump event with a distance of 14.40 metres, beating his school teammate Joseph Zhao by 0.29 metres.