21 July 17 | The Straits Times
A local food fair, vintage market and various kampung games are on the programme of the Chinese Swimming Club's inaugural Heritage Festival this weekend.
Happening today and tomorrow, the festival at the 108-year-old recreation club is open to the public and celebrates the centre's history .
Visitors can check out a food fair by vendors, including Budd Kitchen's, serving roti john; Polka Dot Pleasures, a brand that sells teatime treats; and Ban...
20 July 17 | The Straits Times by LESTER WONG
Singapore's synchronised swimmers may have finished closer to the bottom than the top. But they can claim bragging rights ahead of next month's SEA Games in Kuala Lumpur after outperforming their Malaysian rivals across four events at the Fina World Championships.
Debbie Soh fired the first psychological salvo last Friday in Budapest, where she finished 20th out of 30 swimmers in the women's solo technical with a score of 72.9689.
19 July 17 | The Straits Times
Anyone who has followed football closely over the decades can vouch for the fact that the current generation of Lions is no match for their predecessors, especially in terms of game intelligence and technical skills.
Where is the equal of Fandi Ahmad and his peers in today's squad, never mind the "higher level of football" that it is supposedly exposed to?
Game intelligence and technical skills are what set the best players, coaches and teams...