Emperor Max among four bleeders

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Juglall suspended 4 more days, Azhar gets 2 days

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Meet the new Gold Cup star

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Sunday’s Singapore stipes’ report highlights

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I miss you, brother

Jockey Tommy Berry always says a prayer for his twin brother Nathan, who died from a rare sickness in April

"It’s always a bit hard, but at the same time it’s great to come back here and ride for Michael Freedman. Michael and his family have been good and wonderful people to me, and so have all the other people here." — Jockey Tommy Berry (winning on the Freedman-trained Spanish Bay) and (above) performing his signature prayer.
"It’s always a bit hard, but at the same time it’s great to come back here and ride for Michael Freedman. Michael and his family have been good and wonderful people to me, and so have all the other people here." - Jockey Tommy Berry (above, winning on the Freedman-trained Spanish Bay) and performing his signature prayer.
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Beach Games gold for S'pore

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Bernstein wants World Cup boycott

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Lopez the new national swimming coach?

GOOD COACH: Sergio Lopez (left) celebrating Joseph Schooling's silver-medal in the 100m butterfly event at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow in July.

In all her years as part of the national swim team, Amanda Lim has never been asked to attend a team high-performance meeting, along with her parents.

This Friday, the 21-year-old freestyle specialist and other Singapore swimmers, along with their parents, will do just that.

The word going around the fraternity is that the appointment of a new national coach is imminent, and possibly announced at that meeting.

Sergio Lopez, who coached Asian Games gold medallist Joseph Schooling at the Bolles School in Florida, is widely tipped to take over Briton Ian Turner, who left his post as national coach and technical director after the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow in July.

Read the full report in our print edition on Nov 18. 

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Headache for Dollah

Malaysia coach forced to leave out two key players in 22-man squad

Dollah Salleh.
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Safuwan, not simply a defender

Coach Stange has given the stylish centre back the licence to support Lions' attack

SECRET WEAPON: Safuwan Baharudin (in red) can give Singapore extra offensive power.
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