Three Singapore swimming clubs have rallied to support the Chiam See Tong Sports Foundation (CSTSF) in its inaugural ‘Splash for Singapore 2017 – Care, Share and Swim Week” to help raise $48,000 for under-resourced Singaporean athletes.
By Jose Raymond
A thorough review of the list of National Sports Associations (NSA) in Singapore by the relevant government agencies is sorely necessary.
As a hush silence fell upon the Singapore Indoor Stadium when a stretcher was brought into the cage, there were fears about the safety of Pakistani fighter Ahmed “Wolverine” Mujtaba who had taken repeated blows to the back of his neck by Chinese fighter Li Kai Wen.
Singapore’s “Mighty” May Ooi may be in line for a title fight in the One Championship strawweight division soon, if a story on the promoter’s website is anything to go by.
Rugby will remain as a co-curricular activity (CCA) in Montfort Secondary School after all.
By Jose Raymond
When national table tennis player Clarence Chew was denied another deferment from his National Service (NS) commitments, it killed his medal dreams at next April’s Commonwealth Games and the Asian Games five months following that.
Singapore’s 42-year-old “Mighty” May Ooi won her straw weight bout against Cambodia’s Vy Srey Khouch on 24 November 2017 in a One Championship bout at the Singapore Indoor Stadium after a rear naked chokehold in the first round, and may have taken a dig at Angela Lee immediately after.
Singapore’s national table-tennis player Clarence Chew looks set to miss the 2018 Commonwealth Games at the Gold Coast in Australia and the 2018 Asian Games in Jakarta.
The Singapore national football team had some reason to cheer on 23 November after the latest FIFA rankings were released by the world body.
The Thai League has been rocked by allegation of match-fixing or kelong.