Stories By Low Lin Fhoong
124 Oct 2014 Fri
TODAY reports: An afternoon downpour caused water to drip onto the court at the stadium – which is part of the S$1.33 billion Sports Hub at Kallang – during a WTA Finals women’s doubles quarter-final match on Wednesday.
230 Sep 2014 Tue
The three – believed to be Joseph Schooling, Roanne Ho and Teo Zhen Ren – are being probed for leaving the Athletes’ Village without permission and drinking.
324 Sep 2014 Wed
The 17-year-old Republic Polytechnic student, who clinched bronze in the women's changquan event, felt Vietnamese rival and friend Hoang Thi Phuong Giang "deserved it more" as the latter trains full-time.
422 Sep 2014 Mon
The Singapore team was awarded bronze after Laos were disqualified for failing to appear for their semi-final match against South Korea.
505 Sep 2014 Fri
Sailors Bernie Chin and Samantha Yom's wins will inspire their seniors, and could provide an important boost towards the long-term target of winning an Olympic medal, says IOC member Ng Ser Miang.
605 Sep 2014 Fri
With the Kingsmen deal, more than half of the Games’ S$50 million sponsorship target has been met, but SINGSOC says it is aware of challenges ahead.
701 Sep 2014 Mon
Former national shooter Aishah Samad is back in the shooting range after being hit by tragedy.
829 Aug 2014 Fri
"Scheduling conflicts" kept ultimate Olympian from appearing at this year's event, held next week at the OCBC Aquatic Centre, organisers say.
927 Aug 2014 Wed
"It is still quite sandy, which is a concern, especially, I imagine, for football," said St Andrews Secondary School rugby coach Nick Dance of the pitch. St Andrews and Anglo-Chinese School (Independent) contested the National C Division Rugby final at the National Stadium on Tuesday.
1026 Aug 2014 Tue
Ms Lee and Mr Yam will stand for election at the Singapore Table Tennis Association’s biennial general meeting on Sep 6.