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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

Anders Aplin soars with the Eagles

NTU footballer Anders Aplin is living his childhood dream of being a professional footballer after signing with S.League side Geylang Intern

Female rugger tackles stereotypes head on

Broken teeth and a concussion will not stop Ong Pei Yi from donning the Singapore jersey. The national rugby player had four upper teeth pus
Hall 3’s sepak takraw captain Muhammad Firdaus (right) hopes the sport will remain a part of IHG. PHOTO: ZHENG JUNCEN

Council mulls removing 3 IHG events

Discussions to remove sepak takraw, squash and water polo starting next academic year are ongoing, but some hall residents are against the m

SUniG 2016: NTU scores two titles so far

Less than three weeks since the annual games started, NTU has so far emerged double champions in basketball, along with three second-place f
NTU windsurfer Leonard Ong relished the opportunity to compete against world-class opponents. PHOTO: BRIAN SNYDER

Rio 2016: NTU athlete steers through the waves

NTU’s sole Olympian at the 2016 Olympics, Leonard Ong, arrived in Rio de Janeiro for prior training a month before the Games began
Hall 16 defender Ong Kang Sheng (left) has felt a difference in the pitch size and atmosphere at the Jalan Besar Stadium. PHOTO: FIONA MEI ROBINSON

Playing like a pro

Students get the opportunity to play in professional stadiums via the Great Eastern Amateur Football League
Team members, led by captain Ang Jun Xiang (second from right), have hours of training under their belts. PHOTO: ZHENG JUNCEN

Masters of land and sea

NTU's aquathlon team aims for the summit after last year's second-place finish in the SUniG. There will be no lack of motivation for the tea
The NTU players are keen to build on their success by winning the SUniG title for a fifth consecutive year. PHOTO: GARY KHOO

Best bat for gold

NTU cricket team's four-year SUniG title run is all down to the players' cohesion. They are gearing up to win it for the fifth time this mon

Moving ‘Wan’ step closer

He is a part-time model, certified personal trainer, and a former reality TV contestant. But when the biennial ASEAN University Games (AUG)

Padders seek AUG glory

Five of NTU’s paddlers will feature in Singapore’s 10-strong contingent at the upcoming ASEAN University Games (AUG) table tennis competitio

Outfoxing the competition

Leicester City have enchanted fans all season by defying all odds, and a quick glance at their squad will reveal how the Foxes have achieved

The ball’s in their court

Chief Sub-Editor Godwin Ng picks three men and women contenders for the Coupe des Mousquetaires and Coupe Suzanne Lenglen.

NTU Profs in a sporting class of their own

Assoc Prof Lee Yong Tsui has played squash in the past seven editions of Inter-Hall Games (IHG) for Hall of Residence 12 and even helped the