Romaine Soh

About Romaine Soh

Romaine is an unapologetic athletics fan who believes that everyone has a good story waiting to be told. She tends to say hello to dogs first instead of their owners but is working on ironing out that bias.

New faces notch SEA Games nominations at the Triathlon Singapore mixed relay trials

The only time the Singapore juniors had a taste of their regional competition was when they travelled to the ASTC cups in the Philippines, Japan, sometimes Australia. The biggest stage that the male juniors, Nicholas Rachmadi and Luke Chua, ever competed at was the ITU Junior World Triathlon Championships. By the bike leg, they

Vera Wah clinches first National Schools Cross Country title in her swan song

Since 2015, Vera Wah never finished outside the top three at the National Schools Cross Country Championship. Every time she made a run for the title, new rivals rose to the challenge. On Wednesday morning at Bedok Reservoir, well after 9 am under a blistering sun, Wah broke the tape first in the  'A'

Nedunchezian Selvageethan runs the only sub-2 800m en route to victory

Leading a race was a novel concept. Winning gold and bagging a massive PB was the cherry on top. Even then, Nedunchezian Selvageethan, Selva for short, felt that he had room to improve. “(Running from the front is) kinda new,” said Selva. He led the entire race to win the ‘A’ Division Boys 800m

From recreational multisport athlete to top-ranked half-marathoner

Even though Serena Teoh took up sports as an extracurricular for most of her school life, she never fully identified as an athlete. Ironic, considering that the 31-year-old recorded Singapore’s second-fastest half marathon time of 1 hour 22 minutes 7 seconds at the Gran Canaria Half Marathon in January. (Earlier reports listed Teoh as

By |March 2nd, 2019|Categories: SEA Games, Running, Aquathlon|Tags: , , |

Claire Adorna and Kim Kilgroe aim to put Philippines on the map at Super League Triathlon

“Excited and nervous” is Claire Adorna’s mindset entering the Super League Triathlon this weekend. Kim Kilgroe is “scared sh*tless,” but she craves that level of pressure in her pursuit of improvement. Both Filipinos have the same goal: to reach at least the second stage on Saturday afternoon. Their race flags off at 3pm at

By |February 22nd, 2019|Categories: Triathlon|Tags: , , |