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www.rowing.org.sg (Singapore Rowing Association website) – New National Record Clocked (4 March 2011)
The recent SRA NATIONAL STAGING TEST held at the Singapore Rowing Centre saw a new National Record set on the Ergometer. Click to find out who is the man responsible for this headline.
Shin Min Daily News (30 November 2010)
sports.qq.com (Chinese website covering the Asian Games, 25 November 2010)
mypaper – Page 1, page 4 (6 October 2010)
Channel NewsAsia – Primetime Morning – Sports Clinic (17 August 2010)
Visit Channel NewsAsia, Primetime Morning TV shows, click on Sports Clinic to see the video
Singapore clinch a gold and a bronze at the Asian Cup Rowing Championships – Redsports.sg
Marina Reservoir, Sunday, 13 June, 2010 — Singapore’s rowers did the nation proud by garnering a gold medal and a bronze medal in the Men’s Single Sculls and the Women’s Single Sculls respectively at the Asian Cup Rowing Championships.
Rowing – www.edwinchew.com (11 June 2010)
Sunday Times – Hot Bods (21 February 2010)
Straits Times – Fit and Fab (22 October 2009)
“I tried qualifying for the 2008 Beijing Olympics. And I failed.” – Rower Yeong Wai Mun – Redsports.sg
Yeong Wai Mun is a Singaporean who took the uncommon step after graduating from the Nanyang Technological University of pursuing his Olympic rowing dream full-time. He funded his own training overseas and then took a shot at Olympic qualification in Shanghai. Here is his story in his own words.
Singapore to host upcoming Asian Cup Rowing Championship – Redsports.sg
From August 22nd to 25th 2008, Singapore will host the Asian Cup Rowing Championship at Pandan Reservoir. Featuring more than 100 participants from 10 countries, Singapore fans will get a chance to see local rowers Yeong Wai Mun, Sayidah Aisyah and Elsie Lim in action.
Yeong Wai Mun rows towards Olympic dreams – Redsports.sg
From the road, it’s easy to miss Pandan Reservoir, an elevated reservoir situated in the midst of an industrial hub in the west. Off Jalan Buroh, hidden from human view, sits the clubhouse of the Singapore Amateur Rowing Association.