Saturday, May 4, 2013

Finally Featured!

I love the film about the youngest journalist for Rolling Stones magazine, 'Almost Famous'; thus my alliterative headline for this post. Today, I was featured a headliner for an intensive story on extreme, endurance, athletes (Life!, The Straits Times, 3 May 2013). I was interviewed last Friday over the telephone by Ms Lydia Vasko. Thanks to Coach Wilson Low for the lead-in, and congratulations for his win in the Mixed Team in Queensland last weekend. He was interviewed soon after I met him up for a chat about his race in Kona in 2005. Wilson has completed four world championships for Ironman, half-Ironman, and adventure-racing.
Here's a reflective piece by Perth-based Singaporean, and multiple-Ironman finisher (almost-10) John Cooke.
The online version of the newspaper.
My friend, surgeon Dr Foo Chek Siang was also featured.


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Matthew said...

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