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     Interested to participate in the Ironman 70.3 Singapore Triathlon?
For the first time ever, Singapore has been selected as the latest venue to host the international qualifying event for the 2007 Ford Ironman 70.3 World Championships. This is the first time Singapore has ever hosted an Ironman 70.3 and also the first in Asia to host this renowned triathlon.
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     Singapore Sports School accepts its first disabled student – Khristine Quek
“What school are you planning on going to? Ever thought of the Singapore Sports School?”
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     SDSC’s Top 10 Moments of 2006
In 2006, we achieved many firsts, which we shared with you over the past issues of SDSC Touch. Which are the ones that left a deep impression on you?
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     Profile of him …
He has always been interested in swimming. Despite being almost totally blind, he persevered in his interest and did Singapore proud when he won the 100-metre freestyle in the 2005 ASEAN Paralympics.
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     JCCI plans to make Wheelchair Basketball fever return!
Following the success of the boccia programme it endorsed in 2006, the Japanese Chamber of Commerce & Industry (JCCI) has once again pledged its unwavering support towards the Singapore Disability Sports Council (SDSC) by generously donating $45,000 to fund the Learn-to-Play Wheelchair Basketball Programme that will be launched in 2007.
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     Korean Disability Sports Fever
One of our writers, a Korean girl named Kee Hara, returned to her home country during the December holidays to discover that disability sports is more than BIG in Korea.
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     Look out for our Ambassadors this 3rd Feb!
The Singapore Disability Sports Council (SDSC) and the Singapore Volunteer Corps (SVC) will be organizing a joint flag day from 9am-6pm on 3rd February 2007.
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     Getting up to Speed with Boccia
It was heartening to see a great turn out for the National Boccia Challenge Charity Drive on 10 December 2006. The event, held early on a bright Sunday morning, was organized by the Rotary Club of Bugis Junction and the Changi-Simei YEC. The main aim was to raise funds for the Singapore Disability Sports Council (SDSC), and to introduce boccia (pronounced as ‘boh-chee-ah’ ) as a game that can be played by both the disabled as well as the able bodied.
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     Madness of William - Olympic wheelchair athlete makes a comeback!
After his recovery from lower back and right shoulder injuries sustained during various races early last year, Dr William Tan, brain scientist, medical doctor and Olympic wheelchair athlete is making a comeback.
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     Come join in the SDSC’s “Learn To Play 2007” Programme!
Being physically challenged should not restrict you in your enjoyment of sports. The Singapore Disability Sports Council (SDSC) brings the Learn To Play (LTP) programme, to encourage disabled persons to enjoy sports as a recreation and as part of a healthy lifestyle.
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     A Night of Celebrations for Team Singapore’s FESPIC Victories (Media)
Mr Teo Ser Luck, Parliamentary Secretary for the Ministry of Community, Youth and Sports (MCYS), graced Team Singapore’s FESPIC appreciation dinner at The Pod in the National Library last evening (25 January 2007). Team Singapore and the Singapore Disability Sports Council (SDSC) jointly organised the dinner to celebrate the achievements of the athletes who brought home a total of 7 gold, 5 silver and 5 bronze medals for the 9th FESPIC Games 2006.
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