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High jumper Michelle Sng (left) and her friends donned masks during their training sessions in 2015 when the haze situation was bad. PHOTO: MICHELLE SNG
 19 September 2019 By Sazali Abdul Aziz & Kimberly Kwek/ The Straits Times

Business as usual for Singapore athletes amid hazy conditions

While it's business as usual so far, SEA Games athletes ready to don masks or train indoors.

Loh Guo Pei Sport Singapore Ambassador
 22 August 2019 By Jeremy Lee / Reuters Plus

Loh Guo Pei: Coach GP and his Speedsters

His trainees call him coach GP, that’s Guo Pei not Grand Prix although, similar to an F1 car, the former sprinter and hurdler zips around the track. Having just signed on as a Sport Singapore Ambassador, the former Team Singapore runner, brings his experience as an elite athlete and easy smile to the mix.

getactive! singapore pesta sukan athletics photo: Francis Wong/ SportSG
 06 August 2019 By Sport Singapore

Non-stop track and field action at GetActive! Singapore Pesta Sukan 2019

Check out the non-stop track and field action at the GetActive Singapore Pesta Sukan 2019!

Raviin Kumar Sport Singapore Ambassador
 23 July 2019 By Jeremy Lee / Reuters Plus

Raviin Kumar: Running to Inspire the Nation

During his journey from elite athlete to Sport Singapore Ambassador, Raviin Kumar will be the first to admit that luck played a big part in his sporting journey. His serendipitous voyage started as a child dragged along to MacRitchie reservoir by an uncle in a bid to instill some discipline in the mischievous young boy through long distance running.

Tia Louise Rozario set a new national record of 12.26 metres while winning the gold medal at the Hong Kong Inter-City Athletics Championships on June 23, 2019.PHOTO: SINGAPORE ATHLETICS/INSTAGRAM
 25 June 2019 By David Lee/ The Straits Times

Tia Louise Rozario rewrites national triple jump record for the second time in three months

She began training for the triple jump only this year, but that has not stopped Tia Louise Rozario from improving by leaps and bounds as she rewrote the national record for the second time in three months.