Singapore at the 2010 Commonwealth Games

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Singapore at the
2010 Commonwealth Games
Flag of Singapore.svg
CGF code SIN
CGA Singapore National Olympic Council
Website www.singaporeolympics.com
in Delhi, India
Competitors 68 in 8 sports
Flag bearer Opening: Feng Tianwei
Closing:
Medals
Ranked 8th
Gold Silver Bronze Total
11 11 9 31
Officials 34
Commonwealth Games appearances (overview)
British Empire and Commonwealth Games
British Commonwealth Games
Commonwealth Games

Singapore competed in the 2010 Commonwealth Games held in Delhi, India, from 3 to 14 October 2010. Singapore competed in 8 out of 17 sports consisting of 68 athletes and 34 officials, making it the largest-ever contingent sent to the Commonwealth Games.[1] Athletes are representing the country in Aquatics, Archery, Athletics, Badminton, Gymnastics, Shooting, Table tennis and Weightlifting. With 11 gold medals won, this is Singapore's best ever Commonwealth Games performance.[citation needed]

Medalists[edit]

Team Singapore at the 2010 Commonwealth Games[edit]

Key
     Qualifiers / Medal Winners
     Top 8 Finish (Non Medal Winners)
     Non-Qualifiers / Non Top 8 Finish

Aquatics[edit]

Swimming[edit]

Source[2]

Singapore's Swimmers got disqualified in a controversial incident. That occurred after their head coach failed to submit in the entry lists in time. Singapore Swimming Teams Head coach Ang Peng Siong apologized to his team and media after failing to register them on time, that resulted in their disqualification.

Athletes List

Athlete Event/s
Tao Li 50m Fly (W)
Aaron Yeo Xian Ying 50/100m Free, 50m Relay (M).
Teo Zhen Ren M 200/400/1500m Free, 4 × 200 m Free Relay
Arren Quek M 50/100/200m Free, 50/100m Fly, 4 × 100 m Free, 4 × 200 m Free Relay (M)
Mattias Ng Jia Hui M 400/1500m Free, 4 × 200 m Free Relay
Dzulhaili Kamal M 100m Free, 50/100m Back, 50/100m Fly, 4 × 100 m Free Relay (M)
Jeremy Kevin Matthews 200/400/1500m Free, 100/200m Back, 200m Ind. Medley, 4 × 200 m Free Relay (M)
Richard Chng Lijie M 50/100m Free, 50/100m Back, 50m Breast, 4 × 100 m Free Relay (M)

Archery[edit]

Source[3]

Vanessa Loh Tze Rong, Wendy Tan Liu Jie & Elizabeth Cheok Khang Leng competed in women's Recurve Team.

Athletics[edit]

Source[2]

Mohd Elif Mustapap, Muhd Amirudin Jamal, Lee Cheng Wei, Gary Yeo Foo Er, Calvin Kang Li Loong & U K Shyam all competed in Men's 4 × 100 m Relay, and the Men's 100m Individual. Adam Kamis competed in the parasport's 100m T4G.

Badminton[edit]

Source[3] The Men's Team consisted of Derek Wong Zi Liang, Ashton Chen Yong Zhao, Hendri Kurniawan Saputra, Hendra Wijaya & Chayut Triyachart.

The Women's team consisted of Xing Aiying, Fu Mingtian, Yao Lei, Shinta Mulia Sari & Vanessa Neo Yuyan.

Gymnastics[edit]

Source[3] This was the first Commonwealth Games at which Singapore's gymnasts gained medals.

Women’s Artistic Gymnastics consisted of Krystal Khoo Oon Hui, Lim Heem Wei, Nicole Tay Xi Hui & Tabitha Tay Jia Hui.

Men's Artistic Gymnastic team consists of Jonathan David Chan, Thuang Tong & Gabriel Gan Zi Jie.

Shooting[edit]

Source[3]

Athletes Events
Zhang Shao Ying 25m Pistol (W)
Teo Shun Xie F 10m Air Pistol (W)
Aqilah Sudhir F 10m Air Rifle, 50m Rifle Prone,50m Rifle 3-positions (W)
Ser Xiang Wei Jasmine F 10m Air Rifle, 50m Rifle Prone,50m Rifle 3-positions (W)
Pheong Siew Shya F 25m Sport Pistol (W)
Haw Siew Peng F 10m Air Rifle, 50m Rifle Prone (W)
Fan Xiao Ping F 10m Air Pistol, 25m Pistol, 25m Sport Pistol (W)
Cheng Jian Huan F 10m Air Rifle (W)
Zhang Jin M 10m Air Rifle, 50m Rifle Prone, 50m Rifle 3-positions (M)
Poh Lip Meng M 10m Air Pistol, 25m Pistol, 25m Centre
Ong Jun Hong M 10m Air Rifle, 50m Rifle Prone,50m Rifle 3-positions (M)
Nigel Lim Swee Hon M 10m Air Pistol, 50m Free pistol (M)
Lee Yee M Skeet (M)
Lee Wung Yew M Trap (M)
Kasmijian Kimin M 50m Rifle Prone, 50m Rifle 3-positions (M)
Gai Bin M 10m Air Pistol, 25m Centre Fire Pistol, 25m Standard Fire Pistol, 50m Pistol (M)
Alex Chow Wei An M Double Trap (M)
Chiew Huan Lin Eugene M Skeet (M)
Mohd Zain Amat Trap, Double Trap (M)

Table tennis[edit]

Source[3] The Table Tennis Team was highly successful at these games.

The Men's Team consisted of Gao Ning, Yang Zi, Cai Xiaoli, Pang Xue Jie & Ma Liang.

The Women's Team consisted of Feng Tianwei, Wang Yuegu, Li Jiawei, Sun Beibei & Yu Mengyu.

Weightlifting[edit]

Source[3] Helena Wong Kar Mun was the sole competitor in the weightlifting for Singapore.

Goh Rui Si Theresa also competed in the Powerlifting (Parasports).

Team Officials[edit]

Coaches

Coach Sport
Wu Chuan Fu Weightlifting
Jing Junhong Table Tennis (Deputy Head Coach Women's Team)
Yang Chuanning Table Tennis (Head Coach Men’s Team)
Loy Soo Han Table Tennis (Team Manager)
Eddy Tay Han Chong Table Tennis (Deputy Team Manager)
Zhou Shusen Table Tennis (Head Coach Women's Team)
Zhang Man Zheng Shooting (Coach)
Deng Pei Ming Shooting (Coach)
Zhang Man Zheng Shooting (Coach)
Zhu Chang Fu Shooting (Coach)
Yuan Kexia Gymnastics (Head Coach)
Lin Zhen Qiu Gymnastics (Coach)
Zhao Qun Gymnastics (Coach)
Chua Yong Joo Badminton (Team Manager)
Eng Hian Badminton (Coach)
Luan Ching Badminton(Coach)
Melvin Tan Kim Boon Athletics (Coach)
Park, Young Sook Archery(Coach)
Jayaseelan s/o Gurunathan Para-aquatics (Coach)
Ang Peng Siong Swimming (Head Coach)
Barry Prime Swimming (Coach)

Sports Medicine Team

Sports Medical
Dr. Cormac O’Muircheartaigh Medical Director / Sports Physician
Kelvin Ong Shyun Yee Sports Physiotherapist
Shane Andrew Hayes Sports Physiotherapist
Narasiman Sathivelu Massage Therapist
Willy Koh Massage Therapist

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Singapore sends biggest ever contingent to Delhi games". Asiaone.com. 22 September 2010. Retrieved 2010-10-10. 
  2. ^ a b "Team Singapore Official". 
  3. ^ a b c d e f "2".