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     Archery programme commencing on 2 Sep 06
The Archery Programme is commencing on 2nd September 2006 (Sat) at Chestnut Drive Secondary School, from 2 pm onwards.
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     Announcement for National Track and Field Meet 2006
After serious thought and consideration, the recommencement for National Track and Field Meet 2006 has been withdrawn due to the impediment of resources.
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     National Track & Field Meet 2006 - Results, Awards and News
On 22nd July 2005, both junior and adult athletes congregated together at Bukit Gombak Stadium. It was a hot and sunny day, but the weather did not break anyone’s spirit as everyone was eagerly anticipating the start of the National Track And Field Meet.
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     MP Teo Ser Luck welcomed back U.S. Paralympics team (Media)
Our welcoming party finally saw the team of three emerge from the crowd at the arrival gate of Changi Terminal 1. Although it was already late at night, every sleepy head perked up. Everyone started to wave their little Singapore flags enthusiastically to welcome the trio who had just gone through a rigorous flight plan to return home.
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     Bliss at Boccia Barbeque (Media)
This was not your typical barbeque. It was held mid-afternoon, and most of its attendees were wheelchair-bound. Although there was a downpour earlier in the day, nothing could dampen the spirits of the national Boccia team’s first outing.
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     To Hongkong: Regional Education Workshop for Boccia Coach (Media)
Boccia education workshops are rare events in the world, organized twice annually at the most. That is partly why whenever they are held, coaches, teachers, physiotherapists and sports administrators register for them without much hesitation. The other reason is that Boccia, a sport designed for the severely disabled, is gaining popularity and recognition in the world. More and more countries are identifying the need to professionalize the sport.
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     [Web Review] BBC’s Ouch! — The Painless Guide to Disability (Media)
Ouch! No, that wasn’t me crying out in pain.
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     SDSC Touch (Issue 4): Did YOU Know? (Media)
How much do you know about disability? Find out now!
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     Realizing the Olympic Dream (Media)
Proudly organized by Student Volunteer Corps (SVC), the event showcased the celebration of the Ability Challenge Disability Sports Festival, a mini concert and a carnival. Guest performers including Campus Superstar Ng Chee Yang, and the APSC synchronized swimming team helped bring up the hype of the event.
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     Exploring Disability at the Picturehouse (Media)
5 disability sports representatives shared their lives and dreams at the Picturehouse Explores: Murderball on 19 July.
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     See Who’s Uniquely Sporting? (Media)
With Singapore fast becoming a media hub, we decided that it was time for us to explore more forms of media to further the awareness of disability sports.
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     Theresa Goh: Hope this present is not too late, Singapore. Here’s my world record. (Media)
Singapore’s Paralympic hopeful, Theresa Goh, broke the 200m breaststroke world record (*SB4 classification) in the 2006 U.S. Paralympics National Swimming Championships.
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     Towards our nation’s ideal - 47th National Interschool Swimming Championship (Media)
Disabled swimmers were invited to showcase their abilities at the 47th National Interschool Swimming Championship held at Toa Payoh Swimming Complex on 12 July. This was the first time that a local national championship had integrated events for the disabled. Needless to say, it was a exhilarating experience for the disabled athletes, SDSC staff and crowd who attended the event.
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