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Joseph Schooling wins Singapore's first gold with Michael Phelps, Chad Guy Bertrand Le Clos and Laszlo Cseh all winning silver. Wathe the FULL Finals & Semi-Finals: http://bit.do/Rio2016-Men100mButterfly Subscribe to the official Olympic channel here: http://bit.ly/1dn6AV5 Visit the Olympic Channel, where the Games never end: https://www.olympicchannel.com
A last-minute addition to the 2016 Olympics and a latecomer to his 100m event - but this 21-year-old speedster is wasting no time in his push to “do great things”, as we find out in the finale to our series on Singapore’s Rio 2016 contingent: http://bit.ly/2arujdd (Video: Nursyazanna Nasyrah, Justin Ong)
The Pyeongchang 2018 Winter Olympics is set to get underway in South Korea, so let us stand loud and proud as Cheyenne Goh becomes the first ever Singapore Winter Olympian. She is set to compete on the 17th of February in the 1,500m speed skating event but she obviously already a champion in our eyes. Catch the latest and greatest from the 2018 Winter Olympics on StarHub HubSports 360 everyday only on HubSports Singapore Channel 205.
Olympic rower Saiyidah Aisyah finds motivation through inspiration as she brings her experiences to the classroom to fund her Games journey. Discover how behind the glitz and glamour of the Games, many world-class athletes must work around the clock to fund their Olympic dream: http://bit.do/DayJobsENG Subscribe to the official Olympic channel here: http://bit.ly/1dn6AV5
올림픽 - 싱가폴 첫 금메달 And finally, another huge moment on Day 7... With 2 silver and 2 bronze medals,... Singapore has been longing for its first Olympic gold since 1948, the year, it first sent athletes to the Olympics. And the wait finally came to an end on Friday. 21 year old Joseph Schooling won gold in the men's 100-meter butterfly, with an Olympic record time of 50-point-3-9 seconds. And what made Schooling's moment even more remarkable, was the man who had to stand below him on the podium -- Michael Phelps. In a three-way tie with swimmers from South Africa and Hungary... the world's most decorated Olympian, who was going for his 23rd gold...had to settle for silver. That's a wrap of Friday's action, now let's take a look at some of the events to watch out for on Saturday. Visit ...
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http://smarturl.it/BWFsubscribe Badminton Unlimited Singapore Olympic Preparations “ Rio will be Singapore’s 17th participation at the Olympics and the 25 athletes heading to Brazil got together earlier this month to mark their journey to the pinnacle of sport at the Official Flag Presentation Ceremony. Held at the Marina Bay Floating Platform, the nation’s top Men’s Singles shuttler, Derek Wong, was named as the country’s flag bearer for the games and the world number 40th was delighted with the announcement. " BadmintonWorld.TV is the official live channel of the Badminton World Federation (BWF), where we bring to you live, catch-up and delayed streaming of the major events on our calendar such as the MetLife BWF World Superseries and the BWF World Championships. https://twitter.com/b...
In the first part of a series looking at Singapore’s Olympics-bound competitors, Saiyidah Aisyah opens up on losing her trademark necklace, getting mothers to introduce their daughters to rowing, and much more: http://bit.ly/1UiMBlI (Video: Nursyazanna Nasyrah, Justin Ong)
Things You (probably) Didn't know about "Joseph Isaac Schooling" Singaporean Olympic Gold Medalist Things You (probably) Didn't know about "Hidilyn Diaz" - Pinoy Olympic Silver Medalist https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1IFmX7_MMuY
Next in our series previewing Singapore’s Rio 2016 contingent is a 31-year-old surprise package whose juggling act of work, life and long-distance running has now taken her to the world’s biggest sporting stage: http://bit.ly/29NpvQ5 (Video: Nursyazanna Nasyrah, Justin Ong)
SINGAPORE - Singapore erupted in celebration on Thursday after winning the right to host the inaugural Youth Olympics in 2010, with Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong calling it a new era for Southeast Asian sport. The International Olympic Committee (IOC) awarded the Games to the city-state ahead of Moscow by a vote of 53 to 44. It will be the first time that Singapore is hosting a multi-disciplinary sporting event of such a magnitude.