Follow our swimmers as they share their insights during the SEA Games 2015.
The 28th SEA Games will be held from June 5 – 16, 2015 and will feature diving, synchronised swimming, swimming and water polo.
Joseph Isaac Schooling has been crowned Swimmer of the Year 2014 by the Singapore Swimming Association (SSA) at the SSA Awards Night held at Hotel Fort Canning. The award was presented by Mr Lawrence Wong, Minister for Culture, Community and Youth, and Second Minister of Communications and Information. Colin Schooling, father of Joseph Schooling was present to receive the award on his behalf.
The Singapura Finance 46th Swimming National Age Group (SFSNAG) Championships saw many meet and national records being broken.
Zachary Ian Tan, of Swimfast Aquatic Club (SAC), has broken 11 age-group meet records at the Singapura Finance 46th Singapore National Age Group Swimming Championships (SFSSNAG). Zachary was also crowned the Most Valuable Swimmer for the competition.
Singapore Swimming Association (SSA) launched the ‘Swim With Us’ campaign and announced a new brand identity for the national team today. ‘Swim With Us’ is an initiative by SSA to rally people behind aquatic sports, at the same time to create a reason and value for people to support the five aquatic disciplines within SSA namely – Diving, Swimming, Synchronised Swimming, Waterpolo and Open Water Swimming.
SINGAPORE, 8 Mar 2015 – Fong Kay Yian, Myra Lee, Freida Lim and Kimberly Chua have all qualified for the upcoming 28th SEA Games after their performances at the 6th Singapore
Hannah Quek Jia Hui of Swimfast Aquatic Club (SAC) finished first in the Women’s 100 Metre Backstroke with a time of 1:05.31 on Day 2 of the February National Time Trials.
Joseph Issac Schooling has just bagged The Straits Times Athlete for the Year 2014, amongst his many other achievements leading up to it. Prior to this win, he was formerly nominated for this accolade in 2011 and 2013 but has not emerged a winner until now.
Quah Zheng Wen of Swimfast Aquatic Club (SAC) put on a strong performance on Day 1 of the February National Time Trials to strengthen his claim for a Southeast Asian (SEA) Games spot in the Men’s 100 Metre Freestyle, 200 Metre Butterfly and 200 Metre Individual Medley events.