Rugby

MAN DIED WHILE PARTICIPATING IN THE SINGAPORE INTERNATIONAL TRIATHLON

It was believed he ran into trouble before 10 am, where he was competing in the standard distance relay event, where a trio would each take part in a part of the race. He was in the 1.5 km swim part of the race, where he was pulled out of the waters to shore, with emergency medical personnel administered CPR on him. He was later evacuated to SGH, where he sadly died.

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S'PORE BOYS TO PLAY HISTORIC RUGBY FINALS AT NATIONAL STADIUM

Players from local schools like Anglo-Chinese School (Independent), St Andrew’s Secondary, Raffles Institution, Pioneer Secondary, Damai Secondary and more will clash in sevens rugby over three Saturdays to earn the right to play on the same pitch as World Cup winners like Sonny Bill Williams and Bryan Habana at the upcoming HSBC World Rugby Singapore Sevens.

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SOME MATTERS OF TRAIN-ING

SMRT has been wise in allowing charters only during off-peak hours. The practice makes sense for commuters too. Would you rather have the schools (neighbourhood schools and ACS(I)) involved send their children en masse via the MRT without any prior warning to SMRT? When the schools decide to make their kids all queue up at the MRT station, they are members of the public you know. They have every right to take the train. In this scenario, SMRT cannot plan for the suddenly large influx of passengers. Instead of sending in more trains, to relieve the high volume, SMRT would have to make public commuters wait 5 times longer to board their trains.

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