NTU teams pull surprise wins, unexpected losses at IVP games

Nanyang Technological University athletes clinched five titles out of nine sports in this year’s Institute-Varsity-Polytechnic (IVP) Games.

Athletes returning from exchange gear up for IVP games

The annual Institute-Varsity-Polytechnic (IVP) Games see students from 12 local tertiary institutions compete in various sports. While NTU’s

Behind the (sports) scene

The sports industry is fronted by globally recognised athletes. But they only make up a part of the population, with many non-athletes neede

SRC helps regulate training schedules for Inter-Hall Games

The Sports and Recreation Centre implements two new measures to ease training congestion among the Halls of Residence

NTU cheerleading team aces competition

NTU’s cheerleaders won two golds and one bronze at the 2016 Asia Open Cheerleading Competition in South Korea last month.

NTU to open 3 new sports facilities, including a mega-gym

Students and staff members will get to enjoy new sports halls in the coming months to keep fit

Some athletes to watch out for at the upcoming Inter-School Games

The Inter-Hall Games (IHG) typically steal the limelight once the semester ends, but the Inter-School Games (ISG), which take place concurre

Sports talk: The Sundram conundrum

With his players' heads slumped in disappointment after their ASEAN Football Federation Suzuki Cup group stage match against Thailand, Singa

Growing from cot to court: NTU squash player’s best coach is his dad

For NTU squash player Austin Ong, his best coach is his own father. To begin with, his father played an important role in getting him intere
Leicester City need to shake off their title hangover, or risk being dethroned by the chasing pack. GRAPHIC: FIONA LIM

BPL Talk: Foxes hunted down this season

LEICESTER City's fairytale English Premier League (EPL) win last season brought the modern day underdog story to life.
NTU student Terence Szeto has organised the Annual Tricking Gathering for the past two years. PHOTO: ZHENG JUNCEN

Tricks up their sleeve: NTU students try tricking

It was like an action movie come to life — 20 youths gathered at a field taking turns to perform aerial tricks, with a finesse that indicate
Angelene Singh, an umpire of seven years, has officiated games in Thailand, Brunei, and Malaysia. PHOTO: VALERIE LAY

Behind the whistle: What being a netball umpire feels like

NTU netballer Angelene Singh shares her experience as a professional umpire
Rachel Lau (in black) helped the NTU women’s volleyball team retain its title with a 3-0 win over rivals NUS on 2 Oct. PHOTO: Zheng Juncen

NTU falls short in SUniG once again

With eight gold medals, the University came in second-best in the annual competition

Who tweeted what?

“Words of wisdom in Finland: ‘What you call soccer, we call football. What you call football, we call Hand Egg’ #NBForum2016″ Pr
A wrist injury did not stop archer Ang Han Teng from winning two bronze medals at the ASEAN University Games in July. PHOTO: ZHENG JUNCEN

NTU athletes rebound from injuries

Sticks and stones may break their bones but injuries will not keep them down. Sports writer Fiona Mei Robinson speaks to three athletes who