Date: 17th, 21st and 24th Nov 2018
Venue: Home of Athletics
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SA only provides technical support for this event. Any enqueries regarding the event, please contact your school rep. or the event conveynor.
Practise height for High Jump – Men (1.4m & 1.6m) and Women (1.1m & 1.4m)
TJ board for both Men (11m & 9m) and Women (8m & 7m)
As of 21 Oct 2018:
New CR established today:
Lee, Vanessa 20 NUS 18:48.38 – Old CR 18:53.68
Men – NUS
Women – NUS
Combined – NUS
The Eurasian Association, Singapore (henceforth “the EA”) will award the Joseph Schooling Sports Grant (“the Grant”) for 2019, in January 2019.
The EA set up the Grant after Joseph Schooling won Singapore’s first Olympic gold medal at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, to recognise the achievements of Joseph Schooling, and also to inspire young Eurasians to strive for sporting excellence.
The Grant, which is a cash award of S$5,000, primarily serves to defray training and/or equipment costs that might be incurred in pursuit of sporting excellence.
The Grant will be awarded competitively to the most deserving young sportsperson that meets criteria such as:
- Eurasian, as defined by the EA.
- Aged between 14-19 years (inclusive) in the calendar year of the application
- Has won a medal (bronze, silver or gold) in the National Schools Competition, SEA Games, Asian Games, Commonwealth Games, Olympic Games, and other events as recognised by the EA.
- In full-time education, and able to be promoted to the next academic year.
The timeline and process for the Grant award in 2019 is as follows:
- Application period: Opens 1 October 2018
- Closing date of application 31 October 2018
- Interview to be set up in the month of November 2018
- Announcement of successful applicant: early December 2018
- Disbursement of full cash grant: mid-January 2019
The Grant will be administered by the EA’s Education Secretariat, who will be responsible for shortlisting the applicants and convening the interview committee.
The application form and details can be found via the following webpage https://www.eurasians.org.sg/education/awards-and-scholarships/
18th Oct 2018
17-year-old Kampton, KAM finished 6th position in Stage 2 of the Youth Olympic Games boys high jump, currently held in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He jumped 2.07 meter in a field of 14 competitors.
The mark was a 2 centimeters improvement of his Stage 1 result of the competition, which was a 2.05 meter effort, attempted two days ago. He also finished in 6th position in a field of 16 competitors then.
He is coached by Yu Long Nyu.
Singapore Athletics would like to introduce our new Management Committee. They are as below.
|Mr. Tang Weng Fei||President|
|Mr. Syed Abdul Malik Aljunied||Vice-President (Training & Selection)|
|Mr. Govindaraju Sinnappan||Vice-President (Competitions Organising)|
|Mr. Poh Seng Song||Vice-President (Finance & Partnership)|
|Mr. Ang Peng Siong||Honorary Secretary|
|Mr. Song Eng Kee, Eric||Honorary Assistant Secretary|
|Ms. Hu Min’en Sheena||Honorary Treasurer|
|Ms. Foo Wai Keng Belinda /a>||MC, Ordinary Member|
|Ms. Lim Oon Cheng, Kenny||MC, Ordinary Member|
|To be confirmed||Athletes’ Commission Representative|
|Mr. Yip Ren Kai||General Manager|
Singapore Athletics will be holding our annual general meeting at the Sports Singapore auditorium on Thursday (Oct 11) today 1930H. Only authorized rep will be allowed access to the venue. Thank you for your continued support.
As of 10 Oct 2018:
10th Oct 2018