19 Aug 2017, Putrajaya, Malaysia - For the second year running, Soh Rui Yong was not the favourite among the SEA Games marathoners as he toed the line at 6 a.m. on Saturday. But once [...]
Five months after triathlete Christy Suriadi missed qualifying for the SEA Games squad by one place, she was notified by her association that she would represent Singapore at the SEA Games. Although the news came [...]
Feature photo: Zacharias Low emerged as the Tri-Factor triathlon men's open category champion and the overall series champion. SINGAPORE, Aug 6 – With just over two weeks to go before the SEA Games triathlon kicks [...]
4 months of no-pay leave. 4th altitude stint at Flagstaff. SEA Games marathon champion Soh Rui Yong is just two weeks away from the battle to defend his title. In his bid to repeat, he [...]
August 1, 2017 Bike racing returned to the streets of downtown Singapore on Sunday with Kelvin Khoo (MatadorRacing) and Ben Arnott (Specialized Roval Mavericks) walking away with the top prizes on offer in the July [...]
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July 24, 2017 Junaidi Hashim (Team Awano Treknology3) survived a late charge from Anthony Brown (Cannasia) to retain his OCBC Cycle Singapore National Mountain Bike Cross Country Championships in a thrilling race at the Chesnut [...]
May 29, 2017 The jam-packed first half of the 2017 Singapore cycling season came to an exciting end yesterday with the fourth edition of the URA CFS Share the Road Criterium. Race organisers Cycosports opted [...]
May 24, 2017 Goh Choon Huat (Terengganu Cycling Team) held off a gutsy challenge from fellow Singaporean Yi Peng Teoh (Specialized Roval Mavericks) and the hard-charging peloton to clinch the 2017 OCBC Cycle Singapore National [...]
May 16, 2017 The 2017 Cycosports Tour de Barelang was as hard as any edition of the one-day classic but Kristján Snorrason (CyclingTraining.Asia) made the 130km sufferfest look easy on Saturday, soloing to a famous [...]
April 28, 2017 The 2017 MetaSprint Series is over, but to keep the memories alive for a little while longer, we present to you some terrific shots captured by our man Rhys Cheng at last [...]