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A record breaking 10,670 people participated in what is said to be the ‘toughest race in Singapore’. The Adidas Sundown Marathon 2009 saw 680 people racing 84km around Singapore while thousands participated in other events such as the 42km and 10km run.

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New A-League Franchise North Queensland Fury to play Singapore club at Jalan Besar Stadium on 31 May 2009
 
Australia’s newest team in their domestic A-League, The North Queensland Fury,  is set to play the Tampines Rovers at Jalan Besar Stadium come the end of May. The Townsville based club are making their debut in the A-League this year and are embarking on a tour of Sabah and Singapore in preparation for their debut season. The club coached by former Glasgow Rangers and Scotland player, Ian Ferguson counts among its players former Liverpool goal scorer Robbie Fowler.

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Given the concern over the global spread of influenza A (H1N1-2009), the Singapore Sports Council (SSC) has prepared guidelines for sports organisations (including National Sports Associations (NSA), sports clubs and event organizers) to ensure the well being of everyone in Singapore who participates in sports and uses sports facilities.  The SSC urges everyone to ‘Think Safe, Play Safe, Stay Safe’.

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Website Breaks New Ground as First of Its Kind

With up to four concurrent ‘live’ streams, the world can catch real-time action of the Asian Youth Games (AYG) in the comfort of their own home.

A deliberate move by the Singapore AYG Organising Committee (SAYGOC), the use of new media will allow the Games to reach out to the digital generation and at the same time, showcase the country’s technological prowess.

On top of the ‘live’ webcast of the sports events, the AYG Opening and Closing Ceremonies can be enjoyed online too. In addition, 'web potatoes' can catch up on events that they missed by clicking on the Video-On-Demand clips that will replay key sporting highlights.

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The buzz about town has been on for the first-ever Asian Youth Games (AYG)!  Scoring yet another first in the sporting history of the Games, the little red dot will shine brighter still as the blazing flames from the inaugural AYG Torch Relay makes its way across the island come 28 and 29 June.

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Men’s Junior World Cup Comes to Town

Hockey fans are in for a real treat in June as Singapore welcomes to its shores the Standard Chartered FIH Men’s Junior World Cup 2009. Held once every four years, this highly prestigious tournament will lend considerable weight and flavour to the local sports calendar. And to top it off, this will be the first time the competition is being co-hosted by two cities.

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                                                                                                                                        Darren Choy, Sailing
 
With just weeks to go to the first-ever Asian Youth Games (AYG), the Team Singapore contingent has  finally been revealed! Ninety young athletes have been carefully selected by the Singapore National Olympic Council (SNOC) Games Selection Committee, which is chaired by Deputy Prime Minister, Minister for Defence and President of SNOC, Mr Teo Chee Hean. 

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The bass beats from the amplifiers and performances kept the atmosphere of the Cold Storage Kids Run at a high. The 4,000 kids who turned up at the Padang for the run, not only had a good workout, but were also educated on the right eating habits and living a healthier lifestyle.

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The Saucony 100 Plus Passion Run was held at East Coast Park on 24th May. It attracted a record of 11,000 runners in its third year running. The lively carnival atmosphere had music blasting, emcees entertaining and loads of runners and cheerleaders, doing their warm-ups and preparing for the race. Special guests, Senior Minister Mr Goh Chok Tong, and Dr Fatimah Lateef, Member of Parliament, graced the occasion as guests of honour.

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The expected thrashing was never to be. The Singapore Rugby Lions put up a great fight against red-hot favourites Japan, walking away from the pitch losing 45-15.

Having trounced South Korea 80-9 in Osaka, Japan was crowned the champions of the Asian 5 Nations last week.

Despite being relegated even before the kick off, our fearless young Lions, faced the Asian champions head on at Yio Chu Kang Stadium. Hooker Gasper Tan, said they went into the game with one goal - “To give it our hundred percent and come out with the crowd clapping and cheering for you.”

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