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Track & Field

 

TNF FINAL

 

 

Track & Field is a sport that includes athletic contest established on the skills of running, jumping, and throwing.  The name is derived from the sports’ typical venue: a stadium with an oval running track enclosing a grass field where the throwing and some of the jumping events take place.

The National Schools Games (NSG) Track & Field Championships take place in March-April every year.  There are a total of 19 and 18 events respectively for the B division (15-17 years old) and the C division (13-14 years old) overall championship titles.  The events are:
Sprints/Hurdles – 100m, 200m, 400m, 100m/110m hurdles, 400m hurdles, 4x100m & 4x400m.
Middle distance – 800m, 1500m, 3000m, 2000m steeplechase (only B div) & 1500m/3000m race walk.
Jumps – long jump, triple jump, high jump & pole vault.
Throws – shot put, discus & javelin.

 

 

 


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Training Schedule



Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays 
(4pm to 6.30pm)
Year 1s end at 6pm for Semester 1

 


Teacher Mentors



Mr Vincent Quek
Miss Anisha Anne Johnson
Mr U K Shyam


Achievements & Highlights



2021

While it has been a relatively quiet year with the National Schools Games Track & Field Championships being suspended once again, the athletes from our school continued training hard and took part in many external competitions organized by the Singapore Athletics (SA).  These competitions include the 2nd/3rd/4th All Comers Meet and the Pesta Sukan Athletics Meet.

These athletes signed up for the competitions on their own accord and managed to prepare themselves well despite the challenges this year with the suspension of CCA training sessions and the closure of public stadiums.

Presenting these athletes who have done RI proud!  

Name

Class

Name

Class

Name

Class

Ian Lee Kang Le

4A

Ang Li Yang, Brandon

4C

Liu Yucen

4E

Jovan Tay Sheng Wei

4F

Kan Fu Yi

4I

Brayden Chan Wei Jie

2B

Leam Teo Jin Tze

2B

Ng Jun Jie

2K

Ke Junkai

2K

Chua Je-An, Garrett

1E

Shuen Ho

1E

Lau Jia Hern

1E

Loh Ding Rong, Anson

1E

Ng Gabriel

1E

Kwa Eu Han Daron

1L

 

Brayden Chan Wei Jie (2B) also managed to rewrite the school’s Under 14 record in the 200 metres event at the 4th All Comers Meet, clocking 23.57s to break the old mark (23.75s) set way back in 2001!

 

2019

National School Games 2019

B Division - 2nd
C Division - 2nd