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Selection Process for 2015 SEA Games Triathlon
TAS will be holding an engagement session with regards to selection of athletes for the 2015 SEA Games Triathlon to be held in June next year.
This session is for athletes whom are aiming to qualify for this event. (Parents and coaches are invited as well). The pre-requisites can be found in the selection policy as attached.
Date: 31 October 2014 (Friday)
Time: 7pm to 8pm
Venue: ITE Ang Mo Kio College Central, Lecture Room 58 (B5-12)
(Please take the lift at the green block, Block C, to level 5)
This will be a question and answer session, so please come prepared with your queries. DO NOTE, please read and understand the selection policy prior to attending this session.
Please RSVP your attendance to email@example.com latest by 31 October 2pm.
Selection Policy – click here
Notice for Annual General Meeting
This notice is hereby given that the 2014 Annual General Meeting (AGM) will be held on:
Date: 5 September 2014 (Friday)
Time: 6.30 pm
Venue: Triathlon Association of Singapore Office,
126 Joo Seng Road #06-04 Gold Pine Industrial Building Singapore 368355
The 2014 Annual General Meeting will transact the following business:
1. Matters Arising
2. President’s Report for Yr 2013
3. Honorary Secretary’s Report for Yr 2013
4. Treasurer’s Report for Financial Year ended 31 March 2014
5. Election of Management Committee and Executive Committee
By Order of the TAS Management Committee
TAS Members please RSVP your attendance to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 28 August 2014.
Singapore Triathletes Denise Chia and Byrce Chong Achieved Personal Best Timings at the Nanjing 2nd Summer Youth Olympics Games
TAS would like to congratulate our youth triathletes, Bryce Chong and Denise Chia, for achieving personal best timings in their respective individual category, at the 2014 Second Summer Youth Olympic Games (YOG) held in Nanjing, China.
With hot and humid conditions on a very technical course, our youths conquered the race to better their initial target of improving on Singapore's 2010's performance. Bryce Chong breaks the 1 hour barrier in a time of 59:53.00 to finished 22nd out of a field of 32 world class youth athletes from around the globe. Denise Chia finished her race, also with a Personal Best time of 1:06:06, in a position of 24th out of 32 athletes.
On the 3rd race day, the Singaporean duo paired up with Japan's Koyo Yamasaki and China's Feng Jingshuang, to represent Asian Team 2 in the mixed Relay category. They completed the race in 1:30.50, to finished in 13th out of 16 teams.
Well Done Denise and Bryce! And thanks for the inspirational and outstanding performances!
Special Thanks also to Coach Eugene Lee and Manager Eugene Ong for being with them throughout, their parents for their constant Support, and the team from SNOC for leading Team Singapore in Nanjing 2014 YOG.
Nanjing 2014 - Youth Olympic Games
Our youth triathletes will be flying the national flag in Nanjing, as they compete with world class youth triathletes from around the globe.
They qualified for Nanjing 2014 via the asian qualifiers held in Burabay in June.
Here's wishing them the all the best!
17 Aug - Individual Female - Denise Chia
18 Aug - Individual Male - Bryce Chong
21 Aug - Mixed Relay
Start list and more information here - http://www.triathlon.org/event/2014_nanjing_youth_olympic_games
SINGAPORE COACH-EXCELLENCE PROGRAMME (SG-Coach)
Coach education in Singapore is driven by the National Coaching Accreditation Programme (NCAP) developed in the 1990s. With changes in the sports industry over the last 20+ years, Sport Singapore recognises the need to revise the NCAP. After years of research in existing coaching education systems, survey of coaches and consultations with various stakeholders/domain experts, we are delighted to share with you the new SG-Coach Programme.
The new SG-Coach Programme’s aims are to enhance the training and development pathway for coaches in the community, youth, clubs and high performance programmes and to develop high quality and professional coaches to support the demands of the coaching industry in Singapore. Coaches trained in this programme will gain multi-dimensional skills in the area of sports science, coaching, lifeskills, evidence-based practices and to promote social values and principles. You may refer to our website for more information regarding the SG-Coach Programme.
Date: Monday 4 Aug – 3 Sep 2014 (14 sessions)
Time: 7.30pm to 9.30pm
Venue: Sport Singapore, 3 Stadium Drive Singapore 397630
Pre-requisites: Basic Sports Science Course certificate or its equivalent
Registration: Please see link
Enquiries: Email email@example.com or 6500 5315
Selection Policy for 2015 SEA Games Triathlon
TAS is pleased to announce that the 2015 SEA Games to be held in Singapore, will include the sport of Triathlon for medal contention. The games will be held from 5 to 16 June 2015.
Singapore Triathletes Qualifies for the 2014 Nanjing Youth Olympic Games
TAS would like to congratulate Bryce Chong and Denise Chia, both of whom had won qualification to the 2014 YOG triathlon held in Nanjing China coming August.
Racing in a high altitude and wet suit race in the 4 degree Celsius Burabay Kazakhstan weather did not help much for our youth athletes, whom were pretty unfamiliar with racing in such a condition. However, they show true determination against a very strong field of world class youth athletes, all of whom competing for only 5 asian spots up for grab at the 2014 Nanjing YOG Triathlon. Bryce and Denise both crossed the finish line within the top 5 national federation qualification criteria, thus booking their tickets to Nanjing in August. Singapore's other representative in the individual male category, Sean Chan came in a respectable 14/23 position, ahead of athletes from 6 other national federations.
Japan, Korea and Hong Kong were the other asian federations to qualify for the individual triathlon for both genders. While Kazakhstan and Philippines grab the final spot for the individual male and female respectively. China automatically qualified as host nation.
Well done to the 3 youth athletes! Special thanks to all coaching staff of the athletes, as well as the supportive parents whom had funded mostly for their training and competitions.
Let's get ready to support our youth triathletes in action, and fly the Singapore flag with pride at the 2014 Nanjing YOG come August!
2014 Burabay ASTC Triathlon Asian YOG Qualifier
After making it’s debut in the 1st YOG held in Singapore 2010, YOG Triathlon returns in the 2nd YOG held in Nanjing China on 17/18 August 2014.
The Asian YOG Qualifier will be held in Burabay Kazakhstan on 1 June 2014. Top youth athletes from Asia will compete to vie for the 5 Asian spots up for grab in the 2nd YOG, Nanjing 2014. Our athletes from Singapore will be amongst these athletes, and here’s wishing them all the best in their quest to be on the plane to Nanjing come August!
YOG Men - Bryce Chong Sheng Cher, Sean Chan Wee Kiat
YOG Women - Denise Chia Su Yin
Team Coach – Eugene Lee
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