Singapore Swimming Association
07/28/2021 12:00

Ting Wen misses out on 100m Freestyle Semi-Finals at Tokyo 2020

National swimmer Quah Ting Wen was the last of the swimming Olympians to hit the pool in the Tokyo Aquatics Centre at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics when she swam in the Women's 100m Freestyle heats on Wednesday, 28 July. Swimming in heat 4, the National Record holder and third-time Olympian clocked a time of 56.36s, to finish 8th in her heat. Her timing saw her place 36 out of 51 swimmers overall. It was valiant effort by Ting Wen, who was swimming the 100m Freestyle for only the second time at the Olympics, with the first being on her debut at the… See more

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Singapore Swimming Association
07/26/2021 12:00

Quah Zheng Wen misses out on 200m Butterfly Semis

Day 3 of the swimming competition at the Tokyo Olympics saw national swimmer Quah Zheng Wen take to the pool once more for the heats of the Men's 200m Butterfly. Having not made the semi-finals for the Men's 100m Backstroke, Quah was looking to emulate his 2016 Rio Olympics performance when he made the semi-finals of the Men's 200m Butterfly. Racing in Heat 2, Quah started out strong and led for 350m before fading, and eventually clocking a time of 1:56.42s to finish 2nd in his heat behind Tomoe Hvas of Norway. His final placing saw him finish… See more

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Singapore Swimming Association
07/25/2021 12:00

Quah Zheng Wen finishes third in his heat in Men's 100m Backstroke at Olympic Games

Singapore saw her first Olympic swimmer hit the pool on Day 2 of the Tokyo Olympics swimming event on Sunday, 25 July. National swimmer Quah Zheng Wen clocked a time of 53.94s in the Men's 100m Backstroke Heats at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. His time saw him finish third in his heat, and 22nd place out of 41 swimmers overall, where he was 0.17s off the semi-final placings. After exiting the pool in Tokyo, Quah said he was not completely satisfied with his swim but would not dwell on it. “I should have been a little bit faster,” he said,… See more

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Singapore Swimming Association
06/26/2021 14:00

Quah Ting Wen seals SEA Games spot on Day 4 of Ajinomoto/aminoVITAL 16th SNSC Invitationals

SINGAPORE, 26 JUNE 2021- The penultimate day of the Ajinomoto/aminoVITAL 16th Singapore National Swimming Championships (SNSC) Invitationals (Major Games Qualifier) on Saturday saw Singapore swimmer Quah Ting Wen, 29, book her place at the SEA Games 2021.   The Swimfast Aquatic Club (SAC) star clinched her place in Hanoi, Vietnam, when she touched the wall first in a time of 55.44s in the Women’s 100m Freestyle final. Cherlyn Yeoh of AquaTech Swimming (ATS) was second in 56.78s while Amanda Lim, also of SAC, was third in 56.79s.   “The more… See more

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Singapore Swimming Association
06/25/2021 14:00

Maximillian Ang clinches SEA Games spot on Day 3 of Ajinomoto/aminoVITAL 16th SNSC Invitationals

SINGAPORE, 25 JUNE 2021- Day 3 of the Ajinomoto/aminoVITAL 16th Singapore National Swimming Championships (SNSC) Invitationals (Major Games Qualifier) on Friday saw another swimmer clinch his place at the SEA Games 2021.   Maximillian Ang, 20, from Aquatic Masters Swim Club (AMSC) clinched his spot at the SEA Games with a stunning swim in the Men’s 100m Breaststroke, touching the wall first in a time of 1:01.87s, well under the SEA Games “A” Cut time of 1:01.98s. Maximillian’s time was also just shy of the National Record of 1:01.61s set… See more

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