The future is female for football

Football may be viewed by many as a “man’s sport”, but women’s football is fast gaining popularity around the world, including in Singapore

New blood, same goals

Despite missing out on the gold for last year’s Singapore University Games, NTU’s netball, handball and cross-country teams have brushed their defeats aside and are gearing up towards this year’s competition, which start on 4 Sep.

One hit at a time: Road to KL

SEA Games athlete Timothy Goh reveals the challenges he faced along the way, and managing his time between school and family, in preparation for the SEA Games in Kuala Lumpur last month.

NTU-NIE trio gears up for Everest bid

A postgraduate student teams up with an alumnus and a professor to conquer the world’s highest mountain

NTU officially opens The Wave

Officially named The Wave, the new Sports and Recreation Centre building is the first large-scale structure in Southeast Asia to be built using mass-engineered timber.

No IHG for North Hill halls? No problem

Tanjong Hall emerged tops in the first and only Inter-North Hill Games held last month.

Losing is not a reason to quit

By Sean Loo   My Welsh opponent yanked down on my neck and grabbed my right leg, as I struggled to maintain my balance, desperately hopping around on my free leg. Inevitably, my opponent pivoted with his right leg, lifted my hapless body and drove me, together with my dreams of qualifying for the quarter finals, i

Triple hat-trick for Hall 3 at IHG

Hall of Residence 3 emerged as the overall champion for the ninth time in a row

Have you tried suspension training at North Hill gym?

After two months without exercise, sports writer Febriliani Tan jumped straight into suspension training with Devrath Vijay, a master fitness trainer from India. The session answered her (fat) burning questions about exercising at the new North Hill Gym.