Four-way battle for Sportswoman of the Year award

Feng, Tao Li, Ser and Jazreel to contest for Sportswoman award, while Schooling looks a shoo-in for Sportsman honours

Tao Li
Jazreel Tan
Jasmine Ser
Feng Tianwei
Derek Wong
Joseph Schooling
Zhan Jian

After a momentous 2014 which included the Youth Olympic Games, Commonwealth Games and Asian Games,many outstanding individuals put themselves firmly in the shop window for the coveted Singapore Sports Awards.

The finalists were revealed yesterday for eight categories, from Sportsman to Sportsgirl of the Year.

Another three awards — Best Sports Event of the Year (Local), Best Sports Event of the Year (International)and Most Inspiring Sports Story of the Year — will also to be given out.

Table tennis star Feng Tianwei, who won in 2010 and 2013, is in the running for her third Sportswoman of the Year award.

But she will face a tough battle with the other finalists — shooter Jasmine Ser, swimmer Tao Li and bowler Jazreel Tan.

Read the full report in our print edition on July 11.

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