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Singapore Youth Olympic Games Dialogues

The Singapore Youth Olympic Games Organising Committee (SYOGOC) held dialogues with more than 60 foreign missions and representative offices based in Singapore.

These countries from the Olympic Council of Asia, European Olympic Committees, African National Olympic Committee (NOC) Association, Pan-American Sports Organisation and Oceania NOC attended 3 sessions at the SYOGOC HQ from 11-13 May 2009.

They learnt about the Singapore 2010 Youth Olympic Games. News on the latest updates on the progress on the Games’ preparation were shared.

The aim of these dialogues was to invite the missions and representative offices to be a part of Singapore 2010. They could participate in organising events, celebrating the Games, sharing news about the games and spreading the word about Singapore 2010.

More details at official Singapore Youth Olympic Games website.

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Watch AYG 2009 Live

Posted by Admin | May 18, 2009 1:26 PM

Watch AYG 2009 Live

Here's a bit of good news for those who want to watch AYG 2009 LIVE but may not physically be in Singapore during the Asian Youth Games AYG 2009.

There will be chances to watch AYG 2009 live telecast of selected Asian Youth Games (AYG) sports and games on the internet.

You can watch AYG 2009 live telecast at the official Asian Youth Games AYG 2009 website.

Here is the link to watch AYG 2009 live telecast : Asian Youth Games website.

Let us hope that it works well during the live telecast so that we can all watch AYG 2009 live!

Yippee!

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455 Medals At Asian Youth Games

A total of 455 medals will be handed out to competitors at the Asian Youth Games.

A preview was given to members of the sporting fraternity on 12 May 2009.

The medal carries the Asian Youth Games logo as its centrepiece. It epitomises the spirit of the Games, highlighting the Olympic values of excellence, respect and friendship. This is seen on the side of the champion's ribbon.

The reverse side of the medal shows Frasia, the Asian Youth Games mascot to symbolise the friendships forged through the games.

There is also an orchid to represent Singapore as the host nation.

I will try to get a picture of the AYG medal soon....

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Olympic Museum Tour Part 2

Posted by Admin | May 14, 2009 12:33 AM

Olympic Museum Tour Part 2

Here's part two of the Olympic Museum video tour.


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Asian Youth Games Gold Medal Target For Singapore

Singapore is aiming to win one Asian Youth Games gold medal at the inaugural Asian Youth Games.

According to Senior Parliamentary Secretary (Community Development, Youth and Sports) Teo Ser Luck, Singapore has set this AYG gold medal plus another four medals of other colours target for our 90-member Asian Youth Games contingent to aim for.

Singapore's confidence stems from the quality of its youth athletes, especially in Asian Youth Games sports like bowling, sailing and swimming.

The first ever Asian Youth Games will give out medals between June 29 2009 to July 7 2009 to competitors who come to Singapore to participate in the nine sporting events.

Preliminary estimates put the number of participating countries at 24, with about 800 participants, excluding those from the Singapore contingent.

Good luck to Singapore's quest to win at least one gold medal and another four more.

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Olympic Museum Tour Part 1

Posted by Admin | May 11, 2009 12:27 AM

Olympic Museum Tour Part 1

Get an exclusive tour of the Olympic Museum in Switzerland in this video by WhyOhGee.

Curious about the historical relics of past Olympic Games, such as the Olympic torches, the Olympic medals and the Olympians themselves in the Olympic Museum?

Well you can catch a glimpse of all things related to the Olympic Games inside the Olympic Museum.

Watch the tour of the Olympic Museum here.

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Olympic Youth Games Venues

Posted by Admin | May 4, 2009 12:05 AM

Olympic Youth Games Venues

This is the updated list of competition venues for the Olympic Youth Games to be held in Singapore from 14 to 26 August 2010.

The Olympic Youth Games Competition Venues for the 26 sports are:

Bishan Sports Hall
Bishan Stadium
East Coast Park
International Convention Centre
Jalan Besar Stadium
Kallang Field
Kallang Tennis Centre
Marina Reservoir
National Sailing Centre
*scape Youth Space
Sengkang Hockey Stadium
Singapore Indoor Stadium
Singapore Sports School
Singapore Turf Club
Tampines Bike Park
The Float@Marina
Toa Payoh Sports Hall
Toa Payoh Swimming Complex

Details of the Olympic Youth Games venues and sports:

Bishan Sports Hall - Olympic Youth Games venue for Gymnastics.

Bishan Stadium - Olympic Youth Games venue for Athletics.

East Coast Park - Olympic Youth Games venue for Triathlon.

International Convention Centre - Olympic Youth Games venue for Boxing, Fencing, Handball, Judo, Taekwondo and Wrestling.

Jalan Besar Stadium - Olympic Youth Games venue for Football.

Kallang Field - Olympic Youth Games venue for Archery.

Kallang Tennis Centre - Olympic Youth Games venue for Tennis.

Marina Reservoir - Olympic Youth Games venue for Canoeing, Rowing.

National Sailing Centre - Olympic Youth Games venue for Sailing.

*scape Youth Space - Olympic Youth Games venue for Basketball

Sengkang Hockey Stadium - Olympic Youth Games venue for Hockey.

Singapore Indoor Stadium - Olympic Youth Games venue for Badminton, Table Tennis.

Singapore Sports School - Olympic Youth Games venue for Aquatics (swimming), Modern Pentathlon, Shooting.

Singapore Turf Club - Olympic Youth Games venue for Equestrian.

Tampines Bike Park- Olympic Youth Games venue for Cycling - BMX and Mountain Bike.

The Float@Marina- Olympic Youth Games venue for Cycling road race.

Toa Payoh Sports Hall- Olympic Youth Games venue for Weightlifting and Volleyball.

Toa Payoh Swimming Complex- Olympic Youth Games venue for Aquatics (Diving).

We shall update you if there are any more changes to the Olympic Youth Games Venues.

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Singapore Olympic Youth Games BMX Racing Venue

The Singapore Olympic Youth Games BMX Racing venue is at Tampines Mountain Biking Park, Tampines Estate, Singapore.

If you ask the locals, most would be more familiar with Sun Plaza Park which a neighbourhood park across the road from this BMX Racing venue.

Here is a video recording of the Singapore Olympic Youth Games BMX Rcing circuit. A BMX rider is filmed going through the circuit's dirt track in Tampines Mountain Bike Park.

This recording is jerky in some parts, but hey isn't that part of what a BMX racer is accustomed to?

I think the organizers may upgrade the BMX mountain bike route in preparation for the Olympic Games for Youths in 2010.

I'll try to get a grip on another video of the BMX Mountain racing circuit once it is ready.

Meanwhile, enjoy the video!

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