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The final day of the FINA Swimming World Cup held at the Singapore Sports School over this weekend saw Tao Li winning her second sliver medal for Singapore.

The Team Singapore swimmer clocked a time of 26.47 seconds just 0.23 seconds behind gold medal winner, Therese Alshammar from Sweden who clocked a time of 26.24 seconds in the 50-metres butterfly. Australia's Merieke Guehrer won the bronze with a time of 25.70 seconds.The 20 year-old swimmer clinched her first silver medal on Saturday, where she was defeated by her Swedish competitor, Therese Alshammar in the 100-metres butterfly event.

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Singapore Slingers beat the Westsports KL Dragons with a score of 74-61. The game was held at the Singapore Indoor Stadium yesterday. Singaporeans from all over the island came down to support the Slingers as they battle for the supremacy in the Asean Basketball League.
 
Despite it being an intense game, there were surprisingly little fouls. The Slingers were really in good form, having an early start of 11-0 in the 1st quarter before Alex Hartman scored for the Dragons with a dunk. The Slingers took the lead in every quarter and was victorious. (1st Quarter: 21-13, 2nd Quarter: 35-27, 3rd Quarter: 55-49 and 4th Quarter: 74-61).

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Team Singapore’s Tao Li clinched a silver medal at the FINA/Arena Swimming World Cup 2010 yesterday, 16 October. She bagged Singapore’s solitary medal in the 100m Butterfly on the first day of the two-day meet, held at the Singapore Sports School.


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The world’s best swimmers are in Singapore to battle for top honours in the third leg of the FINA/Arena Swimming World Cup series this weekend. More than 180 foreign and local swimmers, who include Olympians, world-record holders and global swimming icons, will take to the pool at the Singapore Sports School on 16 & 17 October and close battles and quick timings are expected.
 

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A warm welcome greeted our Team Singapore athletes as they touched down at Changi Airport from New Delhi, India, where the 19th Commonwealth Games had been held.
 
Although clearly fatigued from the arduous competition and return flight, the athletes were happy to finally reach home to be received by their family, friends, supporters and officials who adorned them with garlands of orchids.
 
“I congratulate all the competitors, officials, athletes, parents and families. I think it was a terrific job done by all,” said Richard Seow, Chairman of the Singapore Sports Council. “Right now 11 Gold medals are a pinnacle. We’ll use this as a base and move on from there for the next Games.”

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With just three matches to cement their place as the champions of the Yeo’s S-League, Etoile FC will be looking to extend and maintain their lead in tonight’s match against SAFFC at Queenstown Stadium.
 
Tampines Rovers and Home United are nipping at the heels of the French club who are only leading by one point with a game in hand. A win will be crucial if Etoile want to maintain their advantage.
 

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Singapore’s beloved football icon, Dollah Kassim, has passed away today, 14 October 2010 at the age of 61.
 
Dollah was known as the ‘Gelek King’, because of his limber moves and deft ball handling skills
 
He won the hearts of Singaporeans with his stunning performances and dribbling skills. In 1977, Dollah was the crucial element in Singapore’s 3-2 victory against Penang, which clinched the Malaysia Cup trophy for Singapore.
 

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Singaporesports.sg managed to catch Australian cyclists Cameron Meyers, who just won three gold medals at the 19th
Commonwealth Games, and his brother Travis while they were in Singapore to help out with this year’s Tour de Bintan. We talk to them about the Commonwealth Games, cycling in Singapore and their passion for the sport.

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14
 
 
Balestier Khalsa are just two points short of the goal set by their coach Nasaruddin Jalil. Tonight the Tigers aim to hit their target as they face Beijing Guoan at the Jalan Besar Stadium
 
Although their opponents have to draw from a worryingly shallow pool of just 15 players after a spate of disciplinary suspensions, Nasaruddin does not want his Tigers to get complacent, saying “Whether they have their best players or not, all we want is to control how we play, that’s very important.”
 

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Spectrum Worldwide and OCBC Bank announced today that the third annual OCBC Cycle Singapore will take place from 4 to 6 March, 2011, and will feature a professional night race for the first time.
 

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