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Singapore has added another jewel to its crown of international sports accolades by being named the Gold winner for the Sport City Award at the International Sports Event Management (ISEM) Awards 2010 Gala Dinner held at 3am this morning (3 November 2010, 8pm, UK time) at the Twickenham Stadium in London. Other contenders for this prestigious international award this year included Liverpool and London. Previous year’s winners included top sports cities such as Manchester and Melbourne.

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05

 
Team Singapore’s table tennis team will soon reap in a huge crop of young paddlers, all thanks to projects such as those initiated by PCF kindergartens.
 
Earlier today, PCF kindergartens held a carnival at the United Square Shopping Mall for their students. The carnival was bursting with activities for the dozens of children present; the sport of table tennis was also used to entertain and educate the little ones.
 

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04
 
 
Team Singapore’s dragon boat team have something up their sleeves which might help them snatch a Gold medal at the 16th Asian Games in Guangzhou, China later this month.
 
This was according to Raizal Abdol Jalil, assistant secretary general of the Singapore Dragon Boat Association.
 
An ambitious goal indeed, considering that this will be the first foray of Singapore’s dragon boat team into the Asian Games.
 

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04
 
 
Team Singapore is looking to better its performance by bringing home a total of between
30 to 33 medals at the 16th Asian Games in Guangzhou. This, if achieved, will be Team
Singapore’s most successful outing at the Asian Games to-date. The contingent’s feature at
the previous Games in 2006 saw a haul of 27 medals, coming from nine sports.

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03
 
 
Team Singapore’s paddlers are ready to take on the competition at the 16th Asian Games in Guangzhou, and the coaches are confident about the team’s ability to perform.
 
Speaking at a conference on yesterday, the president of the Singapore Table Tennis Association, Er Lee Bee Wah, and the head and deputy coaches for the national women’s team, Zhou Shu Sen and Jing Jun Hong, laid out the team’s aim for the Asiad: to perform at their best.

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03
 
Spectrum Worldwide announced today that close to 3,000 cyclists have already taken advantage of the Early Bird Registration period for OCBC Cycle Singapore 2011, more than double the amount from the corresponding time last year.
 
The impressive response from Singapore’s burgeoning cycling community is further proof of just how much the sport has grown here in recent years, with OCBC Cycle Singapore at the forefront of the surge in popularity

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02
 
Richard Bradley of Singapore clinched the 2010 Formula BMW Pacific Drivers’ Championship and Rookie Cup titles after winning Round 13 at the Okayama International Circuit. Having led the championship right from the start, the 19-year-old Eurasia Motorsport driver never lost his hold on the lead and firmly sealed the 2010 season with one more race in Japan this weekend and the season finale at the 57th Macau Grand Prix in three weeks.

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02
More travellers heading to Canada, Mexico and the United States in 2010

 

 

The winners of the Contiki International FLOW (Flowriding League of the World) Championship (IFC) were announced on Sunday at Wave House™ Sentosa after an intense and exciting weekend. The three-day competition featured some of the world’s top flowriders, with more than 2000 spectators being treated to an exciting time as flowriders engaged in a head-to-head battle for the Championship title.

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01
 
 
When hurdler Dipna Lim-Prasad decided to switch to sprinting earlier this year, she did not imagine that she would make much of an impact so early into her new choice of sport. 
 
But on Saturday, the National University of Technology freshman dominated the track at the Institute-Varsity-Polytechnic (IVP) 200m finals clocking in at 24.68 seconds.
 
“I was stunned when I heard the news,” said Dipna, who initially thought she had come in second. “I didn’t expect to clock such a fast time.”
 

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