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First row, left to right: Marinda Teo Hway Gee, Lien Choong Luen, Lin Jintao Arthur
Second row left to right: Joe Yap Choon Hoe, Jonathan Tan Liong, Ang Kim Hwa Kelvin, Chen Siyuan, Yeo Foo Ee Gary
Photo credit to Zao Bao

Lien Choong Luen is new chief of Singapore Athletics after Team Ground Up wins elections at Annual General Meeting

Gojek Singapore GM’s Team Ground Up wins full slate at elections

SINGAPORE (25 September 2020) – The general manager of ride-hailing firm Gojek Singapore, Mr Lien Choong Luen, has been elected as the new President of Singapore Athletics (SA) after his Team Ground Up won the SA Elections during the national sports association’s Annual General Meeting today.

Mr Lien, 43, defeated veteran lawyer Edmond Pereira, who leads TeamSGP, 14-3 at the AGM on Friday.

“We are really humbled and very grateful for the trust placed in us by the affiliates,” said Mr Lien, who tasted success in his first ever bid for SA’s Presidency. He had also held posts at Triathlon Singapore and the Singapore Squash Rackets Association previously.

“And now really, what I’ve said to the team is it’s time to get to work to put into place the plans that we’ve outlined. It’s all action, no more talk.”

Team Ground Up’s nine-member slate is made up of: Lien Choong Luen, Gary Yeo, Marinda Teo, Joe Yap, Arthur Lin, Belinda Neo, Jonathan Tan Liong, Chen Siyuan, and Kelvin Ang. They will form SA’s new Management Committee for the term 2020-2022.

Mr Lien will take over the helm from outgoing chief Mr Tang Weng Fei, who had announced previously that he will not seek re-election at this AGM.

“Congratulations to Choong Luen and his team for earning the mandate from the SA Members. I wish them every success in taking the sport forward,” said Mr Tang.

Ahead of the elections, Team Ground Up told SA’s 23 affiliates that they aim to run the association with accountability, transparency, and without conflict of interest. They also revealed that the team have already secured S$100,000 in donations to fund their plans.

Mr. Lien Choong Luen President
Mr. Yeo Foo Ee, Gary Vice-President (Training & Selection)
Mr. Yap Choon Joe Vice-President (Competitions Organising)
Ms. Marinda Teo Hway Gee Vice-President (Finance & Partnership)
Mr. Lin Jintao Arthur Honorary Secretary
Ms. Neo Peck Hwee, Belinda Honorary Treasurer
Mr. Ang Kim Hwa Kelvin Assistant Hon Secretary
Mr. Chen Siyuan MC, Ordinary Member
Mr. Jonathan Tan Liong MC, Ordinary Member

25th Sep 2020
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Good rest and recovery are critical to an athlete as it can help improve your mental health, physical health, and quality of life. Recovery and sleep also help your brain to work properly and can help you function well throughout the day.

Using the Fitbit Charge 3, our athletes are able to see how well-rested they are and are recharged for their next workout.


17th Sep 2020
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Filed under Announcements, Olympics

World Athletics will lift the suspension of the Tokyo Olympic qualification system for the marathon and race walk events from 1 September 2020, due to concerns over the lack of qualifying opportunities that may be available for road athletes before the qualification period finishes on 31 May 2021.

The original suspension period, from 6 April to 30 November 2020, was introduced due to the competition and training disruption caused by the global pandemic, and remains in place for all other track and field events.

Road athletes will be able to register Olympic qualifying entry standards from 1 September to 30 November, but only in pre-identified, advertised and authorised races being staged on World Athletics certified courses, with in-competition drug testing on site.

More details at https://www.worldathletics.org/news/press-release/shoe-technology-rules-tokyo-qualification-roa

7th Sep 2020
Posted by Sha

Chiropractic First Group (CFG), SA’s Official Chiropractor, conducted a screening & structural diagnostic analysis for our National Athletes this weekend.

An important step in identifying and addressing structural imbalances, to better prevent and manage injuries.

Chiropractic care focuses on keeping the spine, spinal cord and nervous system healthy and functioning properly.

Dr. Bryan Hymas from Chiropractic First performing diagnostic structural analysis and screening for our U18 Javelin Thrower, Roy Ng and our other high-performance athletes.

The analysis took place at the Home of Athletics.

#chiropractic #chiropracticadjustment #chiropracticbenefits #chiropractor #chiropractorsg #spine #spineadjustment #subluxation #cfgsg #cfgSAA

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Founded in 1935, SA's historic footprints began more than 60 years ago when we opened our doors to Singapore's early athletes at the Farrer Park Stadium. Since then, the SA has toiled and grown, and is now poised to chart new territories for the future. Under the helm of a new dynamic team of volunteers and full-time secretariat, the association will take bold strides to nurture talents and work towards a holistic athlete development and making competitive athletics a viable career, read more »
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