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Defeated archers aim ahead

After a narrow loss to NUS at the institutional archery competition this year, the NTU Archery Club plans to focus on improving archers’ mental strength to take back their title
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More sports? No probs!

Committing themselves to several different sports at the same time, two students take the meaning of “enthusiast” to another level
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Getting back on track

Athletes are no strangers to pain, but when sports injuries threaten their ability to continue playing the sport, it takes a certain level of grit to overcome it
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Riding out the waves

Sports like motorcycling and wakeboarding are activities rarely picked up by students. However, these seemingly high-risk and high-cost sports are not as daunting as they seem
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Game on for eSports players in Universities

eSports are gaining popularity in universities here, but gaming enthusiasts say social stigmas surrounding the activity remain an obstacle for the emerging industry
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Betting small, winning big

Despite their small physique, three female athletes in NTU are excelling in sports typically associated with male players
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Dancing in the dark

The competition for limited practice venues is fiercer than ever, as dancers gear up for the largest Hall Olympiad Closing Ceremony yet.
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Hall 10’s three-time Inter-Hall cheerleading champs Razers disband

Last year’s IHCC champions, Razers, will not be part of the annual Inter-Hall Cheerleading Competition this year, disbanding after five successful seasons on the trot. Darren Ching finds out why
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Raising the bar for fitness with calisthenics

Relying solely on bodyweight to build strength and endurance, calisthenics is set to become the next hot fitness trend