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: , , |

Nicholas Rachmadi revs up for Super League Triathlon

Two swim races, one track race and one multisport race later, Nicholas Rachmadi is ready for next week's Super League Triathlon. Rachmadi opened his multisport season at the Metasprint Aquathlon on Sunday morning at Palawan Beach. He faced a strong international contingent that consisted of Australian Rahul Jegatheva, the overall champion, and a group

By |February 17th, 2019|Categories: Aquathlon|Tags: , , |

Adriel Tay scoops up Singapore Aquathlon victory

First out of the water. First across the finish line. Despite a “terrible swim” by his own standards, Adriel Tay maintained his lead from the transition to the end to win the Singapore Aquathlon on Sunday morning at East Coast Park. He completed the standard course of 1.5-kilometer swim and 10km run in 1

By |October 22nd, 2017|Categories: Aquathlon|Tags: |

NUS remains dominant in SUNIG Aquathlon

Just six months ago, Ahmad Arif bin Ibrahim decided he wanted to be competitive in the triathlon. The Year 2 NIE student struck out on his own to find someone who could help him progress further in the sport. After scouring the internet, Arif enlisted the help of Ben Pulham, who runs Coached. His

By |October 15th, 2017|Categories: Aquathlon|Tags: , |