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Sports Competitions 2014


RGS Year 1 student Jodie Lai has won Gold for sailing. This historic win marks Singapore's first-ever Asiad Gold in the Optimist class.

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RGS student makes history at youth olympic games 2014

RGS Year 3 student Samantha Yom has won Gold in sailing. This is the first time Singapore has won gold at an Olympic 


National School Games 2014 Results

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16 year old gymnast from RGS makes history for Singapore

Overcoming a hamstring pull, ankle sprain and fractured finger, RGS year 4 student and National gymnast Ashly Lau scored 12.825 points in the balance beam final of the Artistic Gymnastics World Challenge Cup in Doha, Qatar early Saturday (29 March 2014) morning finishing a creditable seventh in her first high-level tournament.

Ashly had made history for Singapore when she posted 14.150 in the qualification rounds, a best for Singapore on the apparatus. The score qualified her for the final in third place, behind two Olympic bronze medalists (team) from gymnastics giants Romania. 

Her performance in Doha will go a long way in helping Ashly meet the Singapore National Olympic Council's criteria for selection to this year's Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.

27th SEA Games

D​uring the December school holiday, 3 RGS girls represented Singapore in the 27th SEA Games held in Myanmar from 11-22 December 2013:

- Bertha Han (Y4), was part of the Optimist Team Racing (Sailing) which clinched a Silver medal
- Rachel Tseng (Y4) swam in the individual 400m & 800m Freestyle events, clocking her personal best times for both events
- Samantha Yeo (currently in Y5 RI) overcame injury sustained prior to the Games and swam in the following events: 100m Breaststroke (4th position), 200m Breaststroke (Bronze medal), 200m Individual Medley (5th position), 4 x 100m Relay Medley (Gold medal)

Congratulations to all our girls for doing their nation proud.