Lynn Woo (featured in the middle). Photo taken by Yick Kin Wa

Learning from Lynn

Lynn Woo (featured in the middle). Photo by Yick Kin Wa. When a 163-metre-tall hill is the highest point where you live and you’re a mountain-loving trail runner, what do you do? For Lynn Woo, the defending champion of the MSIG Singapore Action Asia 50 and one of Singapore’s ...

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Lynn Yap Runs to Make a Difference

53-year-old Lynn Yap is a volunteer with Runninghour, a club that uses sports and running as a way to integrate special needs people with the general public. An avid runner herself, she is tells us why she finds satisfaction in combining her healthy lifestyle and volunteer work. What made ...

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Take 5 with Saiyidah Aisyah

Singapore’s first Olympic rower shares with us a little about herself. Besides rowing, what sports are you interested in? I’m a Singaporean rower but I started off my athletic career playing netball. I used to play soccer and I also did silat competitively. I love running, but am forced to cycle ...

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Ivan Eng’s Tokyo Adventure

A member of the ASICS Running Club, Ivan Eng has completed many marathons locally but never took part in one overseas, until now. He was selected by ASICS to take part in the recent 2017 Tokyo Marathon, and finished the full distance with a time of 3:18:19. Just back ...

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