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Without breaking a sweat, Feng Tianwei finished off her South Korean opponent Seok Ha Jung 4-0, and with that claimed the championship title at the ITTF Pro Tour Grand finals yesterday. 
 
Feng won by a landslide with 11-5, 11-6, 11-8 and 11-2 at Seok’s home ground of Seoul after another 4-0 victory earlier that day against Japan’s Ai Fukuhara at the semi-final.
 

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Over 2,000 cyclists riding home the message to share the roads. (Photo: OCBC Cycle Singapore)
 

OCBC Cycle Singapore dedicated 18 December 2010 to be Safe Cycling Day and to commemorate the day, about 2,000 cyclists donned the OCBC Cycle Singapore Safe Cycling jerseys on Saturday morning to promote the message of '1.5M Matters. Share the Road’ as they gathered at the Longhouse food centre in Upper Thomson Road before riding off on the inaugural Safe Cycling Day.

 

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OCBC Cycle Singapore, in partnership with Caltex and Radio 91.3, have taken up the cause of promoting a safer environment for cyclists with the launch of the Safe Cycling Campaign.
 
The campaign stems from the recognition that cycling is an important way of getting people into an active lifestyle. Throughout this month-long campaign thousands of materials like car decals, cycling jerseys and brochures carrying information about cycling safety have been distributed.

 

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In his debut season of the Asian Karting Open Championship (AKOC), James Pull finishes overall second in the Mini ROK category. Wrapping up the 2010 season at Kartrodomo de Coloane for the fifth and final round of AKOC held as part of the International Macau Kart Prix over the weekend, the 11-year-old Singapore-based cadet looks forward to an exciting season in 2011.
 

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Singapore’s star is rising in the table tennis arena, and with the International Table Tennis Federation’s (ITTF) decision to move its regional headquarters to Singapore next year; things are looking to get even brighter.
 
“The setting up of the ITTF Asian headquarters here is a huge boost for table tennis in Singapore,” said the president of the Singapore Table Tennis Association (STTA) Lee Bee Wah. “It was a great effort by the STTA, the Economic Development Board, and the Singapore Sports Council to convince the ITTA to house its Asian HQ here.”

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Singapore’s top junior golfers teed-off at the Laguna National Golf and Country Club today for the 4th Leg of the HSBC Youth Golf Challenge (YGC) 2010 in an attempt to be the Overall Champion of the 2010 series. In the end, Marc Ong emerged triumphant with a total number of 128 points to secure top spot on the Order of Merit List.

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Singapore has clinched two medals at the Asian Para Games in Guangzhou, both thanks to swimmer Theresa Goh.
 
Theresa won the first medal yesterday, a bronze, at the 50m Women’s Backstroke S5 final after clocking a time of 58.39sec.

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Netball Singapore today announced Mission Foods as the title sponsor of the Mission Foods World Netball Championships (WNC) 2011. The Championships featuring Netball’s top nations will take place from 3 to 10 July 2011 at the Singapore Indoor Stadium.
 
In a cash sponsorship worth S$450,000, the Mission Foods deal was concluded in recognition of the growing strength of netball in the Asia Pacific region and the global reach of the Mission Foods World Netball Championships.

 

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Singapore’s Netball Nations Cup campaign has ended with a 41-54 loss to Tanzania netting Singapore a fourth place finish. But the team is going away with lessons for the 2011 World Netball Championships.

It was the second time that Singapore had gone up against Tanzania in this year’s Nations Cup and the results were similarly disappointing. Singapore however, did have a promising first quarter, leading their African opponents 14-10.

By the second quarter, however, things began to go south for Team Singapore. The Tanzanians had apparently just warmed up and were beginning to dominate the court with a pace the Singaporeans simply could not match. They seemed to be everywhere at once.

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Entering the last race for his 2010 season, James Pull heads to Kartrodomo de Coloane in Macau for the fifth and final round of the Asian Open Karting Championship (AKOC) held as part of the International Macau Kart Prix this weekend. Currently in overall second, the 11-year-old Singapore-based cadet aims to finish the season on a high note.
 
Having had a late-season change of team management just before Round 4 of AKOC, Pull had to adjust to new mechanics, new kart set-up and an unfamiliar track.

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