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Emotional bowlers snare the gold they want most

FOR the past eight days, they threw bowling balls, each weighing around 10 pounds, about 300 to 400 times - believing that somehow they could overcome unfamiliar lane conditions and beat tough opponents such as powerhouses South Korea for gold. A few setbacks and a lot of fist-pumps and cheers later, the Singapore national women's team - Cherie Tan, Daphne Tan, Shayna Ng, New Hui Fen and Jazreel...


Finally, a golden day for Singapore

THE medals rolled in for Team Singapore at the 17th Asian Games yesterday, when girl power helped the Republic clinch three golds, two silvers and three bronzes, by far their biggest one-day haul in Incheon. The medal rush began when the national women's bowling team clinched their first Asian Games team event gold at the Anyang Hogye Gymnasium. Leading after Monday's opening three games, the...


Silver for Schooling in 50m butterfly

HOPES were high that Joseph Schooling could repeat his gold-winning effort on Wednesday at the Asian Games. But he could not produce the required finishing touch yesterday and ended up second in the 50m butterfly with a time of 23.70sec. Still, he says his experiences in Incheon - where he also bagged a bronze - have made him become more aware of what he further needs to do in training to stamp...


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