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Beach Volleyball: National Beach Series

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Diploma in Business student-athlete Ang Hui Ying teamed with her Hazel Tan at the National Beach Series held at Yio Chu Kang. They won a Malaysia team 2-1, before losing the next round 1-2 in pool play. In the semi-finals, the duo were defeated by a Malaysian team before they won straight sets in the final round to place 3rd in the competition.

Cycling: OCBC National Championships

Cyclist Nicholas Chong Xin Le raced ahead of the pack to finish 2nd at the OCBC National Championship Road Race on 2nd July 2023. For topping the race among Singaporeans, Nicholas was crowned the national champion.

Similarly, his junior in the Diploma in Business course, Muhammad Iman Zainudin, was against some fierce competition for his mountain bike and gravel-cross races from 22 to 23 July at the OCBC Mountain Bike National Championships. Iman came in 3rd for his gravel-cross race and was celebrated as he was the domestic national champion for the event. He also finished top 5s for his XCC and XCO races.

Text by Ng Kok Wei, Senior General Manager, Individual Programme

Gymnastics: RG Shine Cup

Secondary 1 gymnast Leia Yap and her senior in Secondary 4, Amelyn Sng took advantage of the Hari Raya Haji and Youth Day holidays to take part in the RG Shine Cup in Ansan City, Korea from 30 June to 2 July 2023. The both of them had a fruitful outing, impressing judges with their skills and techniques, and returned home with medals.

Amelyn clinched the gold medal in the Individual All-Around and a silver medal for her ribbon routine in the senior event while Leia returned with a silver medal in the Junior Individual All-Around.

Text by Serena Wong, General Manager, Individual Programme

Ice Skating: Singapore National Short Track Championships

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Photo Credit: Vic Pok Sent

As the sun sets on The Rink @ Jcube, the short track speed skating community organised its final event before its official closure on 6 August 2023. The Singapore National Short Track Championship was held on 15 July 2023, where Sports School’s ice skaters skated away with 12 medals (6 gold, 6 silver) in all their events. Extended Diploma in Business student-athlete Xu Jingfeng and Secondary 4 ice skater Ryo Ong walked home with 3 gold medals each, while Loh Geok Qin from Secondary 3 and alumna Alyssa Pok clinched 3 silvers each.

Xu Jingfeng
3 golds – Senior 500m, 1000m, 1500m

Ryo Ong
3 golds - Junior ‘B’ Boys
500m, 1000m, 1500m

Loh Geok Qin
3 silvers - Junior ‘C’ Girls 500m, 1000m, 1500m

Alyssa Pok (Alumna)
3 silvers - Junior ‘A’ Girls 500m, 1000m, 1500m

Photo Credit: Vic Pok Sent

Rollersports: Singapore Rollersports Championship 2023

Rollersports speedster Keenan Brunkard set the stage on fire as he impressively zipped through a series of cones at the Singapore Rollersports Championships 2023 from 8 to 9 July 2023. Skaters from all over Singapore converged for the national event, where Keenan stood out by bagging a medal of every colour after finishing 1st in the Speed Slalom and Speed Dash, 2nd in the Battle and 3rd in the Classic events.

Taekwondo: National Poomsae Championships

Taekwondo exponent Gwen Koh En Qi took home 2 gold medals in the Female Cadet Individual 'D' Division Poom 3 and Combined Team Poom at the annual National Poomsae Championships held from 15-16 July 2023 at Toa Payoh Sports Hall.

Track and Field: AW/MSSM/SSSC U14/U15 International Athletics Championship 2023

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Muhammad Aaryan Shah Azhar went the distance to bag a gold medal for the Under-14 long jump event at the AW/MSSM/SSSC U14/U15 International Athletics Championship 2023 in Choa Chu Kang Stadium. He registered a brilliant distance of 5.88m, setting a new personal best.

Weightlifting: Commonwealth Weightlifting Championships


Weightlifter David Mok had a tough few months battling injuries from knee pain to a locked wrist after an intensive three-month training cycle. Due to a back injury, he even had difficulty lifting his arm to do basic chores at one stage. However, David overcame his struggles to participate in the highly anticipated Commonwealth Weightlifting Championships in New Delhi from 12 to 16 July 2023. Through persistence and raw grit, he pushed through the pain and had a remarkable comeback with a bronze medal in the total.

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