Raffles Institution

Dragon Boating




  • taken by Wallace Oh for Deck the Walls 2017, a project by the Raffles Photographic Society (Year 5-6)

     
    Raffles Canoeing transitioned into Raffles Dragon Boating in 2017. Dragon boating is similar to canoeing in terms of training, team building and the nature of the sport. The tough and relentless trainings will mould you to be stronger, tougher and just as passionate about dragon boating as we all are about canoeing. Besides preparing for the Dragonboat competitions, other experiences include the 1-Star and 2-Star certification courses, as well as try-outs in canoe-polo and race boats like the Kayaks and Canoes.

    There are no prerequisites needed to join this sport. There is no one body type that is more favoured, or personality type. All we are looking for is the attitude to never give up and a willingness to work hard, we promise you will not regret joining this team.

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    Achievements and Highlights

    Singapore Canoe Marathon

    Bronze in Open Men 16km – C2 (Ryan Tan Keng Chuan & Eng Jian Fu)
     

    National Junior Canoeing Championships

    Gold in U20Women K4 – 500m (Tay Peng Miang; Chloe Wu Xuan; Ngooi Mun Li Claire; Arika Gin Ong)
    Bronze in U20Men K2 – 200m (Lee Heng Yi Bryan & Tan Chia Sherng)
     

    National School Games Canoeing Championships

    Silver in A-Girls K4 – 500m (Chloe Wu Xuan; Ngooi Mun Li Claire; Tay Peng Miang; Arika Gin Ong)
    Bronze in A-Girls K4 – 1000m (Ngooi Mun Li Claire; Tay Peng Miang; Alicia Mak Ka Yean; Arika Gin Ong)
    Bronze in A-Girls K2 – 500m (Chloe Wu Xuan & Alicia Mak Ka Yean)
    4th place Team A-Girls
    7th place Team A-Boys

    Teachers in charge

    Mr Lee Seck Kwoon
    seckkwoon.lee[at]ri.edu.sg

    Ms Angela Mi
    angela.mi[at]ri.edu.sg

    Mr Sim Peng Nam
    pengnam.sim[at]ri.edu.sg