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  1. CWG OC Team Singapore

    Team Singapore set to send largest contingent to Asian Games

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    SNOC accepts athlete Soh Rui Yong's apology after sponsorship row

  3. sea games 2017 - team singapore athletes at launch of campaign

    SEA Games: Singapore will not compete in sepak takraw, volleyball, weightlifting

    Singapore will not be competing in sepak takraw, volleyball and weightlifting at the upcoming 29th SEA Games, the Singapore National Olympic ...
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    840 athletes selected to represent Singapore at 2017 SEA Games

    These athletes will represent Singapore in 34 sports.
  5. jovin tan yap qian yin

    Singapore to be referred to as SGP, not SIN, at sporting events

    In line with the UN's official naming conventions for country code, Singapore will no longer be known as 'SIN' for short.
  6. Ashley Liew after finishing 2015 SEA Games marathon

    Marathoner Ashley Liew first Singaporean to receive international fair play accolade

    The trophy is for the act of fair play Liew displayed during last year's SEA Games, when he slowed down to wait for lead runners to catch up after ...
  7. Team SG sailors back in Singapore

    Team Singapore athletes, officials from Rio Olympics 'symptom-free' from Zika: SNOC

    The Singapore National Olympic Council is monitoring them for symptoms and has advised them to avoid travelling to multiple locations.
  8. schooling medal solo

    Homecoming: Joseph Schooling to arrive in Singapore early Monday morning

    According to officials from the Singapore National Olympic Council (SNOC), Schooling will be travelling via Singapore Airlines and is set to touch ...
  9. Joseph Schooling celebrates winning the Asian Games

    Olympics: Schooling pulls out of 200m Butterfly

    Singapore swimmer Joseph Schooling will still compete in the 100m Freestyle and 100m Butterfly events.
  10. Rio Olympic Village

    Singapore athletes 'settled down' in Olympic Village after issues resolved

    Rio 2016 organisers have addressed "rectification requests" made by officials, according to the Singapore National Olympic Council.