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Katinka Hosszu continues dominance at FINA Swimming World Cup

24 October, 2016

By Sport Singapore

Katinka Hosszu, nicknamed “Iron Lady”, is known as the world’s most versatile female swimmer and her consistent performance at the FINA Swimming World Cup certainly justifies so.

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Sporting success: Nature or nurture?

03 October, 2016

By Sport Singapore

It is common knowledge that many elite athletes hail from families with athletic backgrounds. One can find a notable example in Singapore’s very own Olympic gold medalist Joseph Schooling, whose father Colin was a national softballer, while mother May represented Malaysian state Perak in tennis.

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"I stand in awe sometimes" - Mick Massey Reflects on Rio Swim Glory

29 September, 2016

By Simon Evans

The three medals won by Pin Xiu and Theresa at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games were not just reward for two years of sustained effort but it was the fruit of two special relationships.

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Celebrating Singapore’s Best Paralympic Performance in Style

26 September, 2016

By Lee Yaocheng

Our Paralympians were given something a little more special as the Ferrari Owners' Club stepped forward to volunteer their cars and services.

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Behind the Scenes: Sports Psychology Plays Big Role for Team Singapore

26 September, 2016

By Simon Evans

Eesha Shah is part of the sports psychology team at the Singapore Sports Institute (SSI) and was present at both major Games this summer and gave some insight into the work she and her team do.