Keep up to date with the latest news and information on the Singapore Youth Olympic Games 2010.
- A chance to attend Youth Olympic Games - VISA is running a contest for its Southeast Asia cardholders to win a family package to watch the opening ceremony of the world’s first Youth Olympic Games in Singapore on Aug 14.
- Singapore's YOG paddlers enter final leg of training - SINGAPORE: Singapore's table tennis team for the Youth Olympic Games is gearing up for a wave in training before the games begin next month from August 14-26.
- Win the Experience of a Lifetime with Visa at the Singapore 2010 Youth Olympic Games - One lucky family of four will be able to watch the Opening Ceremony for the world’s first Youth Olympic Games to be held in Singapore on 14 August 2010 by entering an exciting online contest organized
- MCYS releases new ad for YOG - SINGAPORE: The Ministry of Community Development, Youth and Sports (MCYS) has released a new commercial for the inaugural Youth Olympic Games (YOG).
- Table Tennis: The tough, long road to the Games - SINGAPORE: To the uninitiated, Singapore's junior table tennis players Isabelle Li and Clarence Chew appear to be living the jet-setter's dream.
- Peru to send 16 athletes to Youth Olympics - Twenty-six athletes for nine sports will represent Peru at the Youth Olympic Games to be held in Singapore in August, the Peruvian Olympic Committee (COP) said on Sunday.
- Swimmers Anahit Barseghyan and Sergey Pevnev to participate in Youth Olympic Games - Barseghyan will compete in backstroke, while Pevnev – in freestyle
- Horses Arrive For Singapore 2010 Youth Olympic Games - SINGAPORE, July 15 (Bernama) -- Thirty-eight horses for the Singapore 2010 Youth Olympic Games Equestrian competition arrived here Thursday, after travelling eight hours from Queensland, Australia.
- Chiow Chuan happy with Singapore tenure - KUALA LUMPUR: Former Olympian Lim Chiow Chuan — who completed his last task as the Singapore chief coach by guiding the Under-18 hockey team to the Asean Schools Games (ASG) final — feels his four- year tenure in the Republic was a success.
- Chiow Chuan happy with Singapore tenure - Monday, July 19th, 2010 08:16:00 KUALA LUMPUR: Former Olympian Lim Chiow Chuan — who completed his last task as the Singapore chief coach by guiding the Under-18 hockey team to the Asean Schools Games (ASG) final — feels his four- year tenure in the Republic was a success.
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