Wednesday, December 23, 2009

25th SEA Games @ Laos * Updated with Video

Fung Jinjie from Victoria School represented Singapore to participate in the 25th Seagames in Laos this year.

Jinjie and his team mates did Singapore and their schools proud when they emerged with the Silver in their Group Sparring event.

A triumphant Jin Jie said :
"The 25th seagames at Laos was really a very good experience to me. I am only 16 years old, so for me to participate in his major event and do singapore pround by winning a silver medal, is really a honour and a very good lesson for me."

"With 2 days of rest, on the day of event I felt really fresh and fit, I was really able to focus on my event and was confident that i would be able to do really well. The moment I stepped on the carpet, I told myself-" This is it."
I was really focused on performing the routine well and did not think of the outcome."


"At last, we did a perfect routine and got a score of 9.4 currently first position with only the Vietnam team left for the event. They too, did a perfect routine and their score was 9.5. They won us with a score of 0.1. I felt really delighted with the result as we got second place. Overall, I felt that the process of the competition was really good and it is not any usual competition that we would have that type of feeling. The 25th SEA Games at laos taught me alot of things and was really a wonderful journey and experience for me."

Well done, Jin Jie
We are really proud of you.

You have placed Victoria School and Victoria School's Wushu team on the map!
Nil Sine Labore