Each year, at the Singapore Gymnastics National Championships, parents and coaches watch anxiously as their charges represent their institutions to compete for the crown in three categories of gymnastics - rhythmic, artistic and trampoline.
Participants from 4 years old to 28 years old showcase their techniques on the floor, rings, vault, high beam, pommel horse, parallel bars and much more. A total of 61 schools and clubs participated in the championships with approximately over 600 participants and nearly 2000 spectators, many of whom were parents, families and friends standing by to support these young athletes.
Here are some breathtaking captures from the event. (Singapore Gymnastics National Championships ends on 17 March 2018):
A gymnast concentrating on her balance on the high beam. Photo by Leong Ah Chai/SportSG
Display of balancing strength by one of the male gymnasts. Photo by Leong Ah Chai/SportSG
Preparation of the uneven bars before competition by a participant. Photo by Leong Ah Chai/SportSG
Suspended in mid air. Photo by Leong Ah Chai/SportSG
Eyes on the prize. Photo by Leong Ah Chai/SportSG
Young participants having fun after winning their medals during the Singapore Gymnastics National Championships. Photo by Freddy/Chew