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Entries for March 2010

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Young speed demons will get ready to do battle on the tracks after NESCAFÉ® Singapore and the Singapore Motor Sports Association (SMSA) announced the launch of the inaugural NESCAFÉ®  Singapore Karting Championships 2010 on Tuesday, March 30 at the Kartright Speedway.

This marked the culmination of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) at the official opening ceremony of the Singapore Motorshow in 2008. NESCAFÉ® Singapore and the SMSA reached an understanding for a sponsorhip commitment of $50,000 from NESCAFÉ® Singapore in cash and in kind to support SMSA in its youth development programmes.

Mr Tan Teng Lip, President of SMSA, said, “NESCAFÉ® is currently SMSA’s biggest private sector sponsor thus far. With this, we aim to grow and develop our youth motorsports community through various programs that are currently being developed.”

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As the inaugural Youth Asian Games draws nearer, The Play Times caught up with Singapore’s Youth Olympic Games football coachformer Singapore International defender Kadir Yahaya and talked about his side’s preparations for the games and  how his team intends to Blaze the Trail during the YOG.
 
Q. The YOG is coming up in less than 140 days time. How is the team shaping up?
 
We are currently training at the Singapore Sports School, in the evenings. The team is made up of a combination of players from both the school itself and from elsewhere. We went for a tour in Melbourne recently and played three games, losing two and drawing one. Overall, I am quite satisfied with their performances so far. They have shown great commitment, and the ability to balance schoolwork and training. During the Melbourne trip they showed some potential too, putting up a good show against the bigger boys.
 

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In ancient Greek mythology, the Titan Prometheus stole fire from the Olympian Zeus and gave it to the mortals. He was celebrated for his bravery and a fire has since been kept alight throughout the celebration of the ancient Olympics. Over time, the ancient Olympics evolved into the modern Olympics as we know it today. One thing, however, remains constant - the spirit that the Olympic flame embodies.
 

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He may only be 16 years old, but Scott Ang has already built up an impressive track record in the triathlon fraternity. The young triathlete has raced in places as far off as Gold Coast and Incheon. Back home, he is a regular at the annual OSIM Singapore International Triathlon. Without a doubt, Scott has the upcoming August 14 - 26 Youth Olympic Games firmly set in his sights. But first, he would have to qualify by doing well in the upcoming OSIM Triathlon.
 
 

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The stars faltered. But there was no worry. In a sign of Singapore sports’ maturity and increasing depth, the unknowns stepped up to fill the big shoes - and in style too. This was evident from the recent results of Team Singapore athletes in sports like table tennis and bowling.

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31
Unlike their predecessors that promised much but delivered little, Beijing Guo’an Talents are turning out to be the team that promised little, but are letting their football do the talking on the pitch.
 
On Tuesday, March 30, at Yishun Stadium, the satellite side from the Chinese giants ended Gombak United’s mini-revival with a solid 1-0 victory.
 
The victory, their third in four matches, took Beijing above their opponents into fourth spot in the league.
 
Darren Stewart’s men had come into this match having won back to back games against SAFFC and Young Lions, but they found it tough going against a well-organised Chinese side.

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Singapore’s budding footballers now have an airline they can call their own.
 
The Football Association of Singapore (FAS) unveiled on Tuesday, March 30, Tiger Airways Singapore as the Official Airline Partner for Singapore’s youth football teams.  This includes Under-14 to Under-18 teams in the National Football Academy including the NFA Under-15 team who will be representing Singapore at the inaugural Youth Olympic Games.
 

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30
The S. League match between Etoile FC and Geylang United ended in a 2 -2 draw at the Queenstown Stadium on Monday, 29 March.
 
The match started in spectacular fashion when the visitors took the lead in the 11th minute through a long range shot from Geylang defender, Walid Lounis. Karim Boudjema leveled the score for the French side in the 28th minute.  Boudjema was then brought down in the box in the second half and captain

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National swimmer Parker Lam (pictured) recently put Team Singapore on the lifestyle radar screen when he emerged as this year’s winner in Cleo magazine’s “50 Most Eligible Bachelors” contest. He also made news for beating the qualifying time in the men’s 50m breast for the Asian Games in Guangzhou later this year.
 

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30
 
Team Singapore's athletes in sailing, table tennis and badminton delivered in style in recent competitions, continuing our strong tradition in these sports.
 
Sailing
 
Among the sailors, Koh Seng Leong (men's Laser Radial) and Justin Liu & Sherman Cheng (men's 420) clinched gold medals at the 14th Asian Sailing Championships in Shanwei, China. Rachel Lee & Benita Chua (women's 420) and Daniella Ng & Cheryl Yee (women's 420) also did well, winning silver and bronze respectively. Singapore's team in the keelboat class shone too with silver as they finished just behind Japan but ahead of India.
 

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