Stories By Adelene Wong
118 Nov 2014 Tue
TODAY reports: Sources say that a successor to Briton Ian Turner has been identified, and that the Singapore Swimming Association has called for a meeting this Friday (Nov 21) with its 34 affiliate clubs and national swimmers.
211 Nov 2014 Tue
TODAY reports: "I have learnt my lesson," says Joseph Schooling, after the incident at the Incheon Asian Games' Athletes' Village for which he earned a warning from the SNOC. He is one of the big recipients at tonight’s MAP Awards
307 Nov 2014 Fri
TODAY reports: The high number of running events in Singapore has compelled organisers to ensure their events are run at a high standard, says Mr Lawrence Robertson, commercial director of Spectrum Worldwide.
404 Nov 2014 Tue
TODAY reports: The three national swimmers warned over an unauthorised outing at the Asian Games did not have a drunken night out, the Singapore National Olympic Council says.
521 Oct 2014 Tue
TODAY reports: Tay Leong Hock and Anuar Bin Saaid delivered a second bronze medal for Singapore at the ongoing Incheon Asian Para Games with a combined score of 1582 in the bowling men’s doubles (TPB8+TPB8).
625 Sep 2014 Thu
Organisers say the event will be marketed to the larger population, and not just a niche target group.
717 Sep 2014 Wed
Some Singaporeans say the iconic night race has lost some of its lustre after the excitement generated by its inaugural edition in 2008 settled.
811 Sep 2014 Thu
A ceremony was held at the race’s Marina Bay Street Circuit on Wednesday where religious leaders from different faith groups conducted prayers.
927 Aug 2014 Wed
The 17-year-old carried a right tricep injury into the men's 10m platform event, but said he was "just happy to compete and not sit out the competition".
1026 Aug 2014 Tue
A week before heading out to Nanjing for the Youth Olympic Games, the 17-year-old felt a strain to his right tricep, which he further strained during training.