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  • Pre SEA Games Interview – James Wong, “My goal is to defend my title” | SEA Games
    and is now up against some of the best in Asia when she competes in Palembang Oh Shi Ning Charlene The youngest athlete in the SEA Games athletics Singapore squad at the age of 16 years old She will be trying out in the individual 400m and the 4x400m relays Pereira Valerie Seema Valerie believes she has succeeded so far in track in part because of her strong determination This is her second time at the Games Qi Hui Qi Hui is a former national hockey player who switched to running Marathon running is her specialty now Renuka d o Satianathan A focused athlete who has a balanced outlook on life be it training work and school Based overseas the training and education in Australia has benefit her immensely T Piriyah A Singapore Sports School alumni who has flourished under the coaching of Georgian coach Viatcheslav Vassilev She is the National record holder for 400m hurdles Tseng Ke Chen Stefan Stefan was a formerly world ranked youth triple jumper and is now making his transition into the senior ranks He will be furthering is studies to the UK when his national service stints ends Wong Wei Gen Scott Furthering his medical studies in the UK Scott is working hard to improve his distance in the shot put his pet event Yang Bing Jie Isabel Rachel A capable school athlete in her junior years before finding her calling in the pole vault event She has since soaring to new heights Yap Jin Wei Timothee This young lanky lad is a hurdling talent who took the athletics scene by storm The 17 year old is also an exceptional quarter miler Wan Lay Chi A pragmatic dreamer Wan Lay Chi was quoted Every Training Bring My Dream Closer She s a champion in our eyes already Wendy Enn Wendy is a Singapore Sports School success story Still a student there the 17 year old has shown maturity despite at a young age She s an essential line up the 4x400m relays squad Zhang Gui Rong The multiple SEA Games medalist is back for her last swansong appearance The only thing that s stopping her from striking gold again is herself ARTICLES Catch all the SEA Games interviews news and spotlight GALLERY Photos related to SEA Games matter CONTACT Online method of contacting us SEA Games Articles Athletes Interview Pre SEA Games Interview James Wong My goal is to defend my title November 7 2011 Leave a comment Pre SEA Games Interview James Wong My goal is to defend my title With a season best of 52 15 meter in the men discus set in June earlier this year the 42 year old is ranked second coming in the Games Only Hermanto from Indonesia has a better distance at 52 95 meter James we re hoping will land Gold for the tenth time and in turn inspire and rally the other Team Singapore athletes to do likewise James Wong is set to compete in

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  • Pre SEA Games Interview – Kenneth Khoo, “When I put on that vest for Singapore, I give nothing less than my 100%” | SEA Games
    individual 400m and the 4x400m relays Pereira Valerie Seema Valerie believes she has succeeded so far in track in part because of her strong determination This is her second time at the Games Qi Hui Qi Hui is a former national hockey player who switched to running Marathon running is her specialty now Renuka d o Satianathan A focused athlete who has a balanced outlook on life be it training work and school Based overseas the training and education in Australia has benefit her immensely T Piriyah A Singapore Sports School alumni who has flourished under the coaching of Georgian coach Viatcheslav Vassilev She is the National record holder for 400m hurdles Tseng Ke Chen Stefan Stefan was a formerly world ranked youth triple jumper and is now making his transition into the senior ranks He will be furthering is studies to the UK when his national service stints ends Wong Wei Gen Scott Furthering his medical studies in the UK Scott is working hard to improve his distance in the shot put his pet event Yang Bing Jie Isabel Rachel A capable school athlete in her junior years before finding her calling in the pole vault event She has since soaring to new heights Yap Jin Wei Timothee This young lanky lad is a hurdling talent who took the athletics scene by storm The 17 year old is also an exceptional quarter miler Wan Lay Chi A pragmatic dreamer Wan Lay Chi was quoted Every Training Bring My Dream Closer She s a champion in our eyes already Wendy Enn Wendy is a Singapore Sports School success story Still a student there the 17 year old has shown maturity despite at a young age She s an essential line up the 4x400m relays squad Zhang Gui Rong The multiple SEA Games medalist is back for her last swansong appearance The only thing that s stopping her from striking gold again is herself ARTICLES Catch all the SEA Games interviews news and spotlight GALLERY Photos related to SEA Games matter CONTACT Online method of contacting us SEA Games Articles Athletes Interview Pre SEA Games Interview Kenneth Khoo When I put on that vest for Singapore I give nothing less than my 100 November 7 2011 Leave a comment Pre SEA Games Interview Kenneth Khoo When I put on that vest for Singapore I give nothing less than my 100 29 year old Kenneth Khoo will be embarking on his third SEA Games outing and this time round more seasoned he s aiming for a medal Kenneth Khoo is set to compete on the first fourth day of athletics action on 12th November Saturday at 8 00pm 400m and 14th November Monday at 9 00am 4x400m What are your goals and expectation going into the Games Kenneth Khoo The goal is bring home medal s for Singapore Hopefully achieve personal bests or national records along the way How s your current form and training currently Kenneth Khoo This year has been

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  • Pre SEA Games Interview – Calvin Kang, “I’m hoping to come back with a medal” | SEA Games
    has seen running the quarter mile event Youth and time is on his side as he s just 17 years old Nikita Sharda A varsity champion in her own right and is now up against some of the best in Asia when she competes in Palembang Oh Shi Ning Charlene The youngest athlete in the SEA Games athletics Singapore squad at the age of 16 years old She will be trying out in the individual 400m and the 4x400m relays Pereira Valerie Seema Valerie believes she has succeeded so far in track in part because of her strong determination This is her second time at the Games Qi Hui Qi Hui is a former national hockey player who switched to running Marathon running is her specialty now Renuka d o Satianathan A focused athlete who has a balanced outlook on life be it training work and school Based overseas the training and education in Australia has benefit her immensely T Piriyah A Singapore Sports School alumni who has flourished under the coaching of Georgian coach Viatcheslav Vassilev She is the National record holder for 400m hurdles Tseng Ke Chen Stefan Stefan was a formerly world ranked youth triple jumper and is now making his transition into the senior ranks He will be furthering is studies to the UK when his national service stints ends Wong Wei Gen Scott Furthering his medical studies in the UK Scott is working hard to improve his distance in the shot put his pet event Yang Bing Jie Isabel Rachel A capable school athlete in her junior years before finding her calling in the pole vault event She has since soaring to new heights Yap Jin Wei Timothee This young lanky lad is a hurdling talent who took the athletics scene by storm The 17 year old is also an exceptional quarter miler Wan Lay Chi A pragmatic dreamer Wan Lay Chi was quoted Every Training Bring My Dream Closer She s a champion in our eyes already Wendy Enn Wendy is a Singapore Sports School success story Still a student there the 17 year old has shown maturity despite at a young age She s an essential line up the 4x400m relays squad Zhang Gui Rong The multiple SEA Games medalist is back for her last swansong appearance The only thing that s stopping her from striking gold again is herself ARTICLES Catch all the SEA Games interviews news and spotlight GALLERY Photos related to SEA Games matter CONTACT Online method of contacting us SEA Games Articles Athletes Interview Pre SEA Games Interview Calvin Kang I m hoping to come back with a medal November 7 2011 Leave a comment Pre SEA Games Interview Calvin Kang I m hoping to come back with a medal Having joined the Singapore Sports School in 2002 the young sprinter flourished under the school world class integrated academic and sports programme Calvin Kang is set to compete on the third fourth day of athletics action on 14th November

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  • Pre SEA Games Interview – Firdaus Juhari, “I aim to be able to step up to the plate” | SEA Games
    paves the way to success The medical doctor to be is also a good role model in terms academia Ng Chin Hui One of the most exciting prospect Singapore has seen running the quarter mile event Youth and time is on his side as he s just 17 years old Nikita Sharda A varsity champion in her own right and is now up against some of the best in Asia when she competes in Palembang Oh Shi Ning Charlene The youngest athlete in the SEA Games athletics Singapore squad at the age of 16 years old She will be trying out in the individual 400m and the 4x400m relays Pereira Valerie Seema Valerie believes she has succeeded so far in track in part because of her strong determination This is her second time at the Games Qi Hui Qi Hui is a former national hockey player who switched to running Marathon running is her specialty now Renuka d o Satianathan A focused athlete who has a balanced outlook on life be it training work and school Based overseas the training and education in Australia has benefit her immensely T Piriyah A Singapore Sports School alumni who has flourished under the coaching of Georgian coach Viatcheslav Vassilev She is the National record holder for 400m hurdles Tseng Ke Chen Stefan Stefan was a formerly world ranked youth triple jumper and is now making his transition into the senior ranks He will be furthering is studies to the UK when his national service stints ends Wong Wei Gen Scott Furthering his medical studies in the UK Scott is working hard to improve his distance in the shot put his pet event Yang Bing Jie Isabel Rachel A capable school athlete in her junior years before finding her calling in the pole vault event She has since soaring to new heights Yap Jin Wei Timothee This young lanky lad is a hurdling talent who took the athletics scene by storm The 17 year old is also an exceptional quarter miler Wan Lay Chi A pragmatic dreamer Wan Lay Chi was quoted Every Training Bring My Dream Closer She s a champion in our eyes already Wendy Enn Wendy is a Singapore Sports School success story Still a student there the 17 year old has shown maturity despite at a young age She s an essential line up the 4x400m relays squad Zhang Gui Rong The multiple SEA Games medalist is back for her last swansong appearance The only thing that s stopping her from striking gold again is herself ARTICLES Catch all the SEA Games interviews news and spotlight GALLERY Photos related to SEA Games matter CONTACT Online method of contacting us SEA Games Articles Athletes Interview Pre SEA Games Interview Firdaus Juhari I aim to be able to step up to the plate November 7 2011 Leave a comment Pre SEA Games Interview Firdaus Juhari I aim to be able to step up to the plate After a 5 year hiatus Firdaus

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  • Pre SEA Games Interview – Gary Yeo, “Hoping to do Singapore proud” | SEA Games
    found his niche the sprints Mok Ying Ren A tireless workhorse that proves training hard and smart paves the way to success The medical doctor to be is also a good role model in terms academia Ng Chin Hui One of the most exciting prospect Singapore has seen running the quarter mile event Youth and time is on his side as he s just 17 years old Nikita Sharda A varsity champion in her own right and is now up against some of the best in Asia when she competes in Palembang Oh Shi Ning Charlene The youngest athlete in the SEA Games athletics Singapore squad at the age of 16 years old She will be trying out in the individual 400m and the 4x400m relays Pereira Valerie Seema Valerie believes she has succeeded so far in track in part because of her strong determination This is her second time at the Games Qi Hui Qi Hui is a former national hockey player who switched to running Marathon running is her specialty now Renuka d o Satianathan A focused athlete who has a balanced outlook on life be it training work and school Based overseas the training and education in Australia has benefit her immensely T Piriyah A Singapore Sports School alumni who has flourished under the coaching of Georgian coach Viatcheslav Vassilev She is the National record holder for 400m hurdles Tseng Ke Chen Stefan Stefan was a formerly world ranked youth triple jumper and is now making his transition into the senior ranks He will be furthering is studies to the UK when his national service stints ends Wong Wei Gen Scott Furthering his medical studies in the UK Scott is working hard to improve his distance in the shot put his pet event Yang Bing Jie Isabel Rachel A capable school athlete in her junior years before finding her calling in the pole vault event She has since soaring to new heights Yap Jin Wei Timothee This young lanky lad is a hurdling talent who took the athletics scene by storm The 17 year old is also an exceptional quarter miler Wan Lay Chi A pragmatic dreamer Wan Lay Chi was quoted Every Training Bring My Dream Closer She s a champion in our eyes already Wendy Enn Wendy is a Singapore Sports School success story Still a student there the 17 year old has shown maturity despite at a young age She s an essential line up the 4x400m relays squad Zhang Gui Rong The multiple SEA Games medalist is back for her last swansong appearance The only thing that s stopping her from striking gold again is herself ARTICLES Catch all the SEA Games interviews news and spotlight GALLERY Photos related to SEA Games matter CONTACT Online method of contacting us SEA Games Articles Athletes Interview Pre SEA Games Interview Gary Yeo Hoping to do Singapore proud November 7 2011 Leave a comment Pre SEA Games Interview Gary Yeo Hoping to do Singapore proud Gary

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  • Pre SEA Games Interview – Lance Tan, “I’m going to fight until the end” | SEA Games
    the quarter mile event Youth and time is on his side as he s just 17 years old Nikita Sharda A varsity champion in her own right and is now up against some of the best in Asia when she competes in Palembang Oh Shi Ning Charlene The youngest athlete in the SEA Games athletics Singapore squad at the age of 16 years old She will be trying out in the individual 400m and the 4x400m relays Pereira Valerie Seema Valerie believes she has succeeded so far in track in part because of her strong determination This is her second time at the Games Qi Hui Qi Hui is a former national hockey player who switched to running Marathon running is her specialty now Renuka d o Satianathan A focused athlete who has a balanced outlook on life be it training work and school Based overseas the training and education in Australia has benefit her immensely T Piriyah A Singapore Sports School alumni who has flourished under the coaching of Georgian coach Viatcheslav Vassilev She is the National record holder for 400m hurdles Tseng Ke Chen Stefan Stefan was a formerly world ranked youth triple jumper and is now making his transition into the senior ranks He will be furthering is studies to the UK when his national service stints ends Wong Wei Gen Scott Furthering his medical studies in the UK Scott is working hard to improve his distance in the shot put his pet event Yang Bing Jie Isabel Rachel A capable school athlete in her junior years before finding her calling in the pole vault event She has since soaring to new heights Yap Jin Wei Timothee This young lanky lad is a hurdling talent who took the athletics scene by storm The 17 year old is also an exceptional quarter miler Wan Lay Chi A pragmatic dreamer Wan Lay Chi was quoted Every Training Bring My Dream Closer She s a champion in our eyes already Wendy Enn Wendy is a Singapore Sports School success story Still a student there the 17 year old has shown maturity despite at a young age She s an essential line up the 4x400m relays squad Zhang Gui Rong The multiple SEA Games medalist is back for her last swansong appearance The only thing that s stopping her from striking gold again is herself ARTICLES Catch all the SEA Games interviews news and spotlight GALLERY Photos related to SEA Games matter CONTACT Online method of contacting us SEA Games Articles Athletes Interview Pre SEA Games Interview Lance Tan I m going to fight until the end November 7 2011 Leave a comment Pre SEA Games Interview Lance Tan I m going to fight until the end The final year mechanical undergrad is the epitome of toughness Once out of contention for the SEA Games squad due to a serious injury he bounced back even stronger faster and is now reaping the rewards Lance Tan is set to compete in the

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  • Pre SEA Games Interview – Lee Cheng Wei, “My goal is getting a medal” | SEA Games
    The national junior record holder in the 400m hurdles boys was once a distance runner before moving down the event ladder and found his niche the sprints Mok Ying Ren A tireless workhorse that proves training hard and smart paves the way to success The medical doctor to be is also a good role model in terms academia Ng Chin Hui One of the most exciting prospect Singapore has seen running the quarter mile event Youth and time is on his side as he s just 17 years old Nikita Sharda A varsity champion in her own right and is now up against some of the best in Asia when she competes in Palembang Oh Shi Ning Charlene The youngest athlete in the SEA Games athletics Singapore squad at the age of 16 years old She will be trying out in the individual 400m and the 4x400m relays Pereira Valerie Seema Valerie believes she has succeeded so far in track in part because of her strong determination This is her second time at the Games Qi Hui Qi Hui is a former national hockey player who switched to running Marathon running is her specialty now Renuka d o Satianathan A focused athlete who has a balanced outlook on life be it training work and school Based overseas the training and education in Australia has benefit her immensely T Piriyah A Singapore Sports School alumni who has flourished under the coaching of Georgian coach Viatcheslav Vassilev She is the National record holder for 400m hurdles Tseng Ke Chen Stefan Stefan was a formerly world ranked youth triple jumper and is now making his transition into the senior ranks He will be furthering is studies to the UK when his national service stints ends Wong Wei Gen Scott Furthering his medical studies in the UK Scott is working hard to improve his distance in the shot put his pet event Yang Bing Jie Isabel Rachel A capable school athlete in her junior years before finding her calling in the pole vault event She has since soaring to new heights Yap Jin Wei Timothee This young lanky lad is a hurdling talent who took the athletics scene by storm The 17 year old is also an exceptional quarter miler Wan Lay Chi A pragmatic dreamer Wan Lay Chi was quoted Every Training Bring My Dream Closer She s a champion in our eyes already Wendy Enn Wendy is a Singapore Sports School success story Still a student there the 17 year old has shown maturity despite at a young age She s an essential line up the 4x400m relays squad Zhang Gui Rong The multiple SEA Games medalist is back for her last swansong appearance The only thing that s stopping her from striking gold again is herself ARTICLES Catch all the SEA Games interviews news and spotlight GALLERY Photos related to SEA Games matter CONTACT Online method of contacting us SEA Games Articles Athletes Interview Pre SEA Games Interview Lee Cheng Wei

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  • Pre SEA Games Interview – Lim Yao Peng, “I would like to win a medal for Singapore” | SEA Games
    be is also a good role model in terms academia Ng Chin Hui One of the most exciting prospect Singapore has seen running the quarter mile event Youth and time is on his side as he s just 17 years old Nikita Sharda A varsity champion in her own right and is now up against some of the best in Asia when she competes in Palembang Oh Shi Ning Charlene The youngest athlete in the SEA Games athletics Singapore squad at the age of 16 years old She will be trying out in the individual 400m and the 4x400m relays Pereira Valerie Seema Valerie believes she has succeeded so far in track in part because of her strong determination This is her second time at the Games Qi Hui Qi Hui is a former national hockey player who switched to running Marathon running is her specialty now Renuka d o Satianathan A focused athlete who has a balanced outlook on life be it training work and school Based overseas the training and education in Australia has benefit her immensely T Piriyah A Singapore Sports School alumni who has flourished under the coaching of Georgian coach Viatcheslav Vassilev She is the National record holder for 400m hurdles Tseng Ke Chen Stefan Stefan was a formerly world ranked youth triple jumper and is now making his transition into the senior ranks He will be furthering is studies to the UK when his national service stints ends Wong Wei Gen Scott Furthering his medical studies in the UK Scott is working hard to improve his distance in the shot put his pet event Yang Bing Jie Isabel Rachel A capable school athlete in her junior years before finding her calling in the pole vault event She has since soaring to new heights Yap Jin Wei Timothee This young lanky lad is a hurdling talent who took the athletics scene by storm The 17 year old is also an exceptional quarter miler Wan Lay Chi A pragmatic dreamer Wan Lay Chi was quoted Every Training Bring My Dream Closer She s a champion in our eyes already Wendy Enn Wendy is a Singapore Sports School success story Still a student there the 17 year old has shown maturity despite at a young age She s an essential line up the 4x400m relays squad Zhang Gui Rong The multiple SEA Games medalist is back for her last swansong appearance The only thing that s stopping her from striking gold again is herself ARTICLES Catch all the SEA Games interviews news and spotlight GALLERY Photos related to SEA Games matter CONTACT Online method of contacting us SEA Games Articles Athletes Interview Pre SEA Games Interview Lim Yao Peng I would like to win a medal for Singapore November 7 2011 Leave a comment Pre SEA Games Interview Lim Yao Peng I would like to win a medal for Singapore The 23 year old is currently an undergrad and was an ASEAN school representative at the highest

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