05 Sep 3rd SAA League Walk Championships 2015
If you keen and have queries, please contact Coach Rameshon at 9100 4369 or you can email him at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. Please refer to website http://flexifitness.com.sg (for more information on him and his programmes)
|(left to right) Coach Rameshon, Coach Tan Eng Howe and Coach Kannan|
Today, the 3rd league was held at East Coast at car park B1. Dr Leong, an enthusiast of walking club and an othortics specialist was also there. There were some schools like Raffles and Hwa Chong and St Nicholas CHIJ girls.
|Coach Tan wins the Men Masters Champion trophy|
Our walking coach and skating coach, Coach Tan Eng Howe came in champion in Men Masters. This is a feather in our cap of achievement by Flexifitness athletes and coaches. In the Women Open category, Coach Sumathy came in 4th, with Anja Tan coming in 3rd and Divya coming in 2nd position. Overall we did well. This was the best performance.
|(left to right) Tan Eng Howe, Anja Tan, Rameshon and Sumathy|
In C Boys 2km, our athlete Jia Wei came in 3rd. Suh Hyoun came in 5th in Under 14 girls.
|Flexifitness medalist and coaches|
We were all happy and we took photos before we left the place. Coach Rameshon, Coach Kannan and Coach Tan were very happy with the performance of the athletes.
Rameshon has taught in Hwa Chong Institution, plus several schools, and Republic Polytechnic as well. He has won many accolades and he was awarded Merit Award for 1991 marathon performance in breaking the national record of Singapore, at that time. He has made 22 male athletes do the marathon in sub-3hrs. He has made 7 female runners do sub-4 hours for the marathon, as well. He was inducted to the ‘Roll of Honour’ by the then College of Physical Education, organised by Singapore Olympic Academy, in 1998, for breaking the National record repeatedly 4 times, till he did 2hr 24min 22sec).
He also has a Coaching group and he trains them on Tuesdays and Thursdays, 7pm at Botanic Gardens. Those interested can call him at 91004369 for coaching assistance, to improve performance. There is also personal training that he does for many in a week. You can e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org.