We are pleased to share that our Club swimmer, Ong Jung Yi swam at the Liberty Insurance 51st Singapore National Age Group Swimming Championships (SNAG) Major Games Qualifier and clinched champion in the 100m butterfly finals with a time of 53.07sec. His new personal best time had made the SEA Games qualifying mark and Olympic ‘B’ cut.
Jung Yi and the coach will continue to work together and explore different training methods and focus on qualifying for the Olympic A mark.
Chinese Swimming Club (CSC) is pleased to announce the hosting of the 4th CSC Super Junior Swimming Invitational 2019. This signature event has been hosted successfully for 3 consecutive years (since its inception in 2016) and this year will take place on the weekend of 6th and 7th July 2019.
The 4th Chinese Swimming Club (CSC) Super Junior Swimming Invitational took place over the weekend and was heralded as a great success! Over 700 swimmers and hundreds of parents gathered at CSC to participate in this exciting annual event. On the two days of competition, we saw teams from Malaysia, China, Thailand, Philippines and Indonesia battling out for supremacy. A close-run competition resulted in Chinese Swimming Club prevailing as the 2019 Champions, the fourth time in consecutive years they have won the overall points trophy.
The first day of the Liberty Insurance 50Singapore National Age Group Swimming Championships (SNAG) Juniors on Friday evening saw a host of meet records fall at the OCBC Aquatic Centre.
In the first event of the day, the boys 100m Butterfly, Lawrence Lim Zhe Quan of Chinese Swimming Club (CSC) smashed the meet record for his age group by more than 2 seconds, clocking a time of 1:12.57s, breaking the record of 1:14.87s set by Zachary Ian Tan in 2012.
SINGAPORE, MARCH 16- Jinson Wang of Aquatic Performance Swim Club (APSC) was the star of the pool on Saturday, as the 9-year-old claimed another 2 meet records to take his overall tally to 3 at the Liberty Insurance 50th Singapore National Age Group Swimming Championships (SNAG) at the OCBC Aquatic Centre.
Having won the 50m Freestyle on Friday in record-breaking fashion, he followed up with a dominant performance in the Boys 200m freestyle in the morning session, clocking a time of 2:21.25s, beating the record set by 2017 Most Valuable Swimmer, Reagan Cheng of Chinese Swimming Club (CSC).
SINGAPORE, MARCH 17 – The final day of the Liberty Insurance 50th Singapore National Age Group Swimming Championships (SNAG) for junior swimmers saw Reagan Cheng of Swimfast Aquatic Club (SAC) and Lynette Some of Chinese Swimming Club (CSC) clinch the Most Valuable Swimmer awards for boys and girls respectively.
Reagan, the 2017 MVP, clinched his second title in 3 years after winning 9 out of the 13 events that he swam in. He also ended the meet with a new meet record on the day, set in the 100m Backstroke for 11-year-olds, clocking a time of 1:11.14s, just narrowly bettering Zachary Ian Tan’s 1:11.38s mark set in 2014.
SINGAPORE, 22 MARCH- Day 5 of the Liberty Insurance 50th Singapore National Age Group Swimming Championships (SNAG) on Friday saw Olympic Champion, Joseph Schooling, swim his pet event, the 100m Butterfly, and meet the ‘A’ mark for the upcoming SEA Games to be held in the Philippines.
The 24-year-old Chinese Swimming Club star clocked a time of 52.70s, touching home first in the Super Final. Teong Tzen Wei and Jonathan Tan of AquaTech Swimming (ATS) finished second and third respectively with times of 53.60s and 54.31s.
SINGAPORE – Joseph Schooling eased to victory in the 100m butterfly at the Liberty Insurance 50th Singapore National Age Group Swimming Championship on Friday night (March 22), but he was hardly a happy man.
The Olympic champion looked disappointed as he walked towards his coaches after the race and declined to speak to the media.
Chinese Swimming Club (CSC) is pleased to announce the hosting of the 3rd CSC Super Junior Swimming Invitational. After 2 consecutive years of successful hosting of the signature event, in 2016 and 2017, this year it will take place on the weekend of 30 June and 1 July 2018.
For evidence that Singapore’s swimmers are making headway on the international scene, look no further than Joseph Schooling’s historic Olympic gold and to a lesser extent, team-mate Quah Zheng Wen’s two semi-final appearances at the Rio Games.
The race was over and, having waded across to the side of the competition pool at the OCBC Aquatic Centre, Nur Marina Chan pushed herself up and out of the water.
The beaming smile she wore as she emerged lit up the entire venue.
Chan clocked 25.66sec in the 50m freestyle at the Liberty Insurance 49th Singapore National Age Group Swimming Championships (Snag) yesterday, ending her time in swimming’s wilderness.
As a budding swimmer, one of Chia T-Jian’s first forays into the international swimming scene was the now-defunct Sanya Samaki Cup, a regional inter-club competition which clubs in different countries took turns to host.
“It opened my eyes, to see that there were a lot of other people out there who were better than me, and it made me want to strive harder to be better,” said the 38-year-old former national swimmer, who is now the swimming convener for the Chinese Swimming Club (CSC).
SHAH ALAM, MALAYSIA – Singapore’s swimmers preserved their 100 per cent record of winning at least one Asean Schools Games gold on each competition day on Tuesday (July 24), but not before two best friends were put through an emotional disqualification roller-coaster to get their golds.