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Artistic and Rhythmic Gymnasts Impress Judges

2022 Singapore Gymnastics National Championships

Artistic Gymnastics
Rhythmic Gymnastics

Singapore Sports School's gymnasts won the nod of approval from the judges at the 2022 Singapore Gymnastics National Championships, an 11-day competition held from 10 to 20 March 2022 at the Bishan Sports Hall.

8 Artistic Gymnastics boys won a total of 33 medals - 13 gold, 11 silver and 9 bronze - from the Men’s Artistic Gymnastics event held from 10 to 14 March. Meanwhile, 11 Rhythmic Gymnastics girls also impressed the judges despite a competitive field of almost 40 gymnasts in the elite junior category. The girls won a total of 13 medals (2 gold, 5 silver and 6 bronze) medals from the competition held from 18 to 20 March.

Their achievement at the competition comes on the back of a long journey paved with plenty of sacrifices. Artistic Gymnast Jovi Loh Jia Le (Secondary 2) injured himself a week prior to the competition and had to work hard on his rehabilitation so that he can perform to his full capacity during the competition. Similarly, Rhythmic Gymnast Amelyn Sng Hui-En (Secondary 3) went through tough preparation prior to the competition. She was injured and could not train as hard as she wanted to. In addition, her routines were still not as smooth as she would have liked and that affected her confidence going into the competition.

However, both Jovi and Amelyn displayed perseverance. Their determination to succeed paid off as Jovi saw himself achieving a medal of each colour in the Men’s Artistic Gymnastics Junior category, while Amelyn took 1 gold, 2 silver and 1 bronze in the Rhythmic Gymnastics Junior Category.

“I am glad that I was able to compete well in the competition. The experience was a good one as this is my first time competing in a junior competition. I got to see how others perform and made good friends with them,” shared Jovi.

Amelyn was just as satisfied with her achievements. She said: “My experience at this competition was positive as I performed even better than what I had expected. It was also a learning experience for me as I learned how to deal with stress and settle my nerves.”


Men’s Artistic Gymnastics

FIG Senior
Gold – Mohammad Mikhail Haziq M G (in Pommel Horse)

FIG Junior
Gold – Jovi Loh Jia Le (in Floor, Pommel Horse, Vault and Parallel Bars)
Silver – Asher Pua (in Vault)
Silver – Jovi Loh Jia Le (in High Bar and Rings)
Silver – Kho Tong-Yu (in Floor)
Bronze – Abdul Barr Abdulattif (in Pommel Horse, Vault and High Bar)
Bronze – Asher Pua (Parallel Bars)
Bronze – Jovi Loh Jia Le (in Individual All-Around)
Bronze – Kho Tong-Yu (in Rings)

Stage 4
Gold – Nathanael Pek Sek Kai (in Floor and Vault)
Gold – Xavier Pang Sheng Wei (in Pommel Horse, Rings, Parallel Bars, High Bar and Individual All-Around)
Silver – Xavier Pang Sheng Wei (in Floor and Vault)
Silver – Nathanael Pek Sek Kai (in Pommel Horse, Rings, Parallel Bars, High Bar and Individual All-Around)

Stage 3
Gold – Jayden Han Rong Jun (in Floor)
Bronze – Jayden Han Rong Jun (in Rings, Vault and High Bar)

Rhythmic Gymnastics

FIG Senior
Silver – Leah Chew (in Individual All-Around (IAA))
Bronze – Sophia Ho Jin Wen (in Individual All-Around (IAA))
Silver – Leah Chew (in Hoop)
Bronze – Low Yu Yenn (in Hoop)
Gold – Lim Jia Min (in Ribbon) Bronze – Leah Chew (in Ribbon)
Silver – Sophia Ho Jin Wen (in Clubs)
Bronze – Low Yu Yenn (in Ball)

FIG Junior
Gold – Amelyn Sng Hui-En (Hoop)
Bronze – Cleo Chew (in Hoop)
Silver – Amelyn Sng Hui-En (in Clubs)
Silver – Amelyn Sng Hui-En (in Individual All-Around (IAA))
Bronze – Amelyn Sng Hui-En (in Ball)

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