Club ZOOM in the news
23 Jan 2022 -ST, Athletics: Hurdler Ang Chen Xiang betters own record again at national c'ships
SINGAPORE – National hurdler Ang Chen Xiang’s season has gotten off to a flying start, with the 27-year-old rewriting his national records twice in slightly more than a week.
After bettering his men’s 110m hurdles record at the Club Zoom Kindred Spirit Series 2 last Saturday (Jan 15), Ang shaved 0.19sec off his mark of 14.16sec on Sunday after clocking 13.97 sec at the Singapore National Track & Field Championships 2022.
16 Jan 2022 - ST, Record spurs Ang to lofty aim
For over two years, hurdler Ang Chen Xiang has been training hard to better his own national 110m hurdles record of 14.25s.
And the 27 year-old runner beamed as he checked the clock at the Club ZOOM Kindred Spirit Series 2 yesterday, as it showed that he had crossed the finish line at the Home of Athletics in 14.16sec.
2021 - The Sunday Times
ONE DOWN, ANOTHER TO GO
Heading into his final meet this year, sprinter Marc Brian Louis had a clear goal: to break the Singapore Under-20 100m record and possibly even the 20-year-old men’s record held by U.K. Shyam.
2021- The Straits Times (11.12.21)
Athletics: Marc Brian Louis breaks U-20 100m record; 0.02sec off senior mark.
SINGAPORE – Heading into his final meet this year, sprinter Marc Brian Louis had a clear goal: to break the Under-20 100m record and possibly even the 20-year-old men’s record held by U.K. Shyam.
And as he crossed the line at the Club Zoom Kindred Spirit Series to finish first on Saturday (Dec 11), the 19-year-old achieved his first target at the Home of Athletics at Kallang.
2020 - World Athletics
The 7th edition Kindred Spirit Meet (2020) was held virtually and featured in the World Athletics website for its innovative approach in dealing with pandemic restrictions in bringing much-needed physical activity to quarantined populations.
2016 - The Star (Malaysia)
Four Malaysian women athletes went to Singapore for the one-day Club Zoom Kindred Spirit Series Inaugural Track and Field Championships. Three returned with gold medals and the other with a silver.
2015 - Red Sports
Featuring Ng Chin Hui.
2015 - The New Paper
Feature on Millennia Institute’s (MI) sole participant to the National Inter School Track &; Field Championships, Haikal Ismail. On Monday Haikal clocked 22.51sec to win the A Division boys’ 200m final. In another brilliant display which took place at yesterday’s 100m finals, Haikal clocked 11.02sec beating Raffles Institution’s Chin Yew Chung, who collected silver in 11.18sec, with Timothy Ong of ACS (I) taking the bronze (11.27).
2015 - The Straits Times
Feature on CHIJ (Toa Payoh) Secondary 4 student, Amirah Aljunied. The 15-year-old champion of this year’s B Division 200m and 400m Schools National Track and Field Championship events is still gunning for more golds in the 4x100m and 4x400m relays with her team-mates.
2015 - The Straits Time
Janine Lim of Victoria Junior College clocked 26.91sec in the A Division 200m Schools National Track and Field Championships to clinch gold. Finishing second was Anglo-Chinese School (Independent)’s Tan Si Wen who recorded a personal best of 27.84. Claudia Sng from Hwa Chong Institution was third in 27.99.
The Straits Times
Featuring Zaki who beats SEA Games 400m hurdles qualifying mark in just his 4th final.
2014 - Today
The second edition of the Akira-Club Zoom Track & Field Carnival was held at Bishan Stadium last Saturday (Aug 16), with a total of 218 local athletes from 32 schools, organisations and clubs competing for honours.
2010 - Today
No Shortage of talent