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Quah Ting Wen: My first swim meet in 9 months was a spectator-less spectacle

Quah Ting Wen: My first swim meet in 9 months was a spectator-less spectacle

25/10/2020 1:52:00 PM

Quah Ting Wen: My first swim meet in 9 months was a spectator-less spectacle

It's amazing to be back in a team after nine months and I feel like I am back in college, where I am swimming for an entity greater than myself.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

That day, after our practice, my team (DC Trident) went up to the stands to watch the competition. It was a strange experience sitting in empty stands. The health and safety protocols in place here to prevent the spread of Covid-19 are very strict, and the public are not allowed into the venue to spectate, so as to keep the swimmers in a quarantine"bubble" .

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