What is the official report of the Singapore Youth Olympic Games 2010?

What is the official report of the Singapore Youth Olympic Games 2010?

Singapore: [s.n.], pp. 2091–2099. (Call no.: RSING 348.5957 SGGSLS); Singapore Youth Olympic Games Organising Committee. (2010). Singapore 2010 Youth Olympic Games official report: Blazing the trail.

What is the YOG Singapore 2010?

An incubator of innovation, the YOG Singapore 2010 featured a vast educational program for athletes with more than 50 activities in Olympic Values, sustainability, wellness and healthy living. This first edition saw an impressive 20,000 volunteers fully dedicated to hosting the world. Y.J.Kwak (KOR) v M. Custers (NED) – Women’s Archer…

Which country will host the 1st Summer Youth Olympic Games in 2010?

^ “Singapore to host the 1st Summer Youth Olympic Games in 2010”. International Olympic Committee (IOC). 21 February 2008. Archived from the original on 1 August 2008. Retrieved 21 February 2008.

What happened to the Youth Olympics flame in 2010?

26 Aug 2010: The Youth Olympic Flame is extinguished and the Olympic flag lowered at the closing ceremony to mark the end of the 2010 Youth Olympic Games. The flag is handed to the mayor of Nanjing, China, the host city for the 2014 YOG.49


Who won the 2010 Singapore Grand Prix?

It was the fifteenth race of the 2010 Formula One World Championship, and the third Singapore Grand Prix held as part of the Formula One World Championship. Ferrari driver Fernando Alonso won the 61-lap race from pole position. Sebastian Vettel finished second for Red Bull, his teammate Mark Webber was third.

How many places are available in the Singapore General Election 2010?

Voon, T. (2010, March 13). 2,400 places available, 560 via online ballot. The Straits Times, p. 10. Retrieved from NewspaperSG. 46. Tan, S. (2010, July 31).

How many athletes are there in the Singapore Olympic Games?

A total of 130 athletes represented Singapore across all 26 sports events.36 Singapore finished the Games with six medals – two silver medals for swimming and table-tennis, two bronze medals for taekwondo, and one bronze medal each for archery, sailing and football.37