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     Dr William Tan recognized with the Public Service Star
One can hardly miss the indomitable spirit in Dr William Tan, who has been featured in the local papers quite frequently for his incredible feats and charitable contributions. Be it becoming the first wheelchair-bound individual to complete 10 marathons across 7 continents in 70 days, wheeling non-stop on a treadmill for 24 hours, finishing the North Pole marathon on wheelchair, sky-diving, water-skiing, or sailing, this man has done it all.
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     Dreamt of becoming a savvy basketballer? The Wheelchair Basketball Association (WBA) can help!
07/07/07 was not only a special date for many couples. It was also a meaningful date for many veteran and amateur basketballers, both able-bodied and disabled, who had been waiting many years for this special occasion - the formal setup of the Wheelchair Basketball Association (Singapore) as the official sports organization promoting wheelchair basketball in Singapore.
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     Deaf athletes come prepared, after intensive training with triathlon family Trizen
Back in February this year, the SDSC, together with triathlon family - Trizen - and Ironman organizers - HiTri, held a briefing for athletes with disability regarding interest in joining the Ironman 70.3 Singapore. And the very first athletes who signed up were the athletes with hearing impairment.
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     Standard Chartered in full-swing support behind sporting staff, Theresa Goh
This girl is an enigma. How she manages to be a full-time athlete, a part-time marketing staff and a part-time student really is mind-boggling. And not only that, she is now attempting to complete a 1.9km swim, 90km bike, and 21km wheelchair race - the half Ironman?!
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     National Track and Field Championship 2007 - Results (Day 1 & 2)
We hope you have had an enjoyable time at the event. Look out for the annual Track and Field Championship again next year, or if you like swimming, remember to join the 26th National Swimming Championship 2007 on 18 August 2007.
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     Aviva’s sponsorship helps relay team of disabled athletes to realize targets
While there are many disabled athletes in Singapore who would like to pursue their sporting passions, there are few who have the luxury of the resources to do so. Most of the times, the difficulties of transport and equipment pose the biggest barriers to their enthusiasm.
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     Paralympians, world record holders, first-timers - Disabled athletes challenge Aviva Ironman 70.3
If you’re travelling around the city areas or East Coast Park this Sunday, don’t be surprised if you find more than a thousand people racing on the roads. They are the much-inspiring participants in the first Ironman 70.3 in Singapore.
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     Marina Bay Challenge 2007 brings in people from all walks
On 18 August 2007, the Marina Bay Challenge 2007 was launched at the world’s first and largest Floating Platform as its first public event after the National Day Parade. Held as part of Singapore’s 42nd birthday celebrations, the Challenge promised loads of fun for families, friends and the less fortunate and it certainly didn’t fail to, despite some rainfall towards the end.
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     Athletes with disability spotted on TV in August 2007!
Singapore is officially 42 years old!
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     Hwa Chong Institute team completes 1st charity golf tournament fully organized by students!
On a beautiful Wednesday afternoon, the Project Wings inaugural golf tournament was held at The Warren Golf & Country Club, located in Choa Chu Kang. Tee Off! For The Disabled was a small tournament consisting of 40 players, and approximately $5,000 was raised from the event to aid SDSC in its sports programmes.
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     Automobile Association’s Centennial Charity Gala Dinner
Help the charities by coming to Automobile Association’s Centennial Charity Gala Dinner.
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     23 August 2007: International Paralympic Day in Berlin
Berlin’s Brandenburg Gate will provide a spectacular setting for the third International Paralympic Day (IPD), on 23 August 2007. IPD 2007 will showcase some of Paralympic Sport’s most fabulous athletes including a selection of world record holders.
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     2nd nationwide sports league for disabled people sees participation soars to 487 participants (Media)
Tomorrow, the 2nd National Disability League will kick off with the first rounds of badminton and futsal. To date, 487 registrations have been received for the league in total, about a 36 per cent increase as compared to the participation of 357 disabled athletes in 2006.
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     Swimmers win Singapore 9 medals at Japan Paralympic Swimming Championships 2007 (Media)
Swimmers with disability - Theresa Goh Rui Si, Yip Pin Xiu, Ng Xiu Zhen and James Leow Chen Hai - will return to Singapore from Osaka, Japan, tonight, with 9 medals under their belt.
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     Three Weeks to International Paralympic Day 2007 (Media)
Bonn, Germany - After the success of two International Paralympic Days (IPD) held in 2003 and 2005 in Bonn, Germany, the International Paralympic Committee (IPC), is taking this exciting event to the next level.
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