High Jumper Wayne Yap Kwan Yi came in 1 st at the Western Australia Little

High jumper wayne yap kwan yi came in 1 st at the

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High Jumper Wayne Yap Kwan Yi came in 1 st at the Western Australia Little Athletics Association (WALAA) competitions in both Perth and Singapore in 2006. Hurdler Md Ridzuan B Roazlan from the Singapore Sports School came in 2 nd in the 110m Hurdles and 400m Hurdles at the Thailand Sports Schools Games. See Huey tries to help her athletes when she knows that they have personal problems. She helps her athletes set realistic goals and regularly motivates and affirms them. High Performance Coaching Award ( Senior Competitions) 38. Andras Sigmond Sailing Age: 61 years old Coached: 7 years in Singapore Andras was a recipient of the SSC Coach Recognition High Performance Coaching Award (Senior Competitions) in 2006. He is coaching with the Singapore Sailing Federation. Andras’ athletes have performed well at various regional and world championships. At the Laser 4.7 World Championships in 2006, National Sailor Colin Cheng clinched 1 st place in the Boys category while Victoria Chan took the top spot in the Girls category. Victoria Chan also came in 4 th in the Laser Radial event at the Youth World Championships in England. At the Doha Asian Games in 2006, National sailors Maximillian Soh and Colin Cheng clinched the Gold medal in the Laser Standard event and the Laser 4.7 event respectively, while Koh Seng Leong took the Silver medal in the Laser Radial event. In 2006, Andras attended two Laser International Training Clinic held in Thailand and Israel. Andras tailors his training programme to his sailors individually and integrates biomechanics, sports psychology and strength and conditioning as an integral part of their training. Andras places emphasis on safety and it is his top priority even when he travels with them. 39. Tan Yoke See Henry 陈玉书 Bowling Age: 62 years old Coached: 26 years Henry is a national coach with the Singapore Bowling Federation. He was also a recipient of the SSC Coach Recognition Development Coaching Award (Schools) in 2005.
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The national bowling team garnered one Gold medal at the Asian Tenpin Bowling Championships in Jakarta, and another two Gold medals at the World Men’s Championships in Busan. At the 2006 Doha Asian Games, the team also garnered one Gold, two Silver and two Bronze medals for Singapore. National Bowlers Valerie Teo and Michelle Kwang achieved the Women Doubles Gold, while Lee Yu Wen, Remy Ong and Jason Nathan achieved the Men Trios Silver. Remy Ong also achieved the Men Masters Silver. Henry is concerned that his athletes must be comfortable with any changes to the training programmes. He is interested in the lives of his athletes and the goals they set for themselves. He always takes time to listen to his athletes’ concerns and feedback. 40. Foo Chee Leong Mervyn 志梁 Bowling Age: 32 years old Coached: 9 years Mervyn is a national coach with the Singapore Bowling Federation and also a member of the SSC Coaching Programmes & Technical Development Coaching Advisory Committee. He also teaches the NCAP Technical (Bowling) course.
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