Liang Qi specialises in 110m Hurdles. He has been in the sport for 14 years and represented Singapore in Sea Games and Asian Athletic Championship.
June 2015: Participated in Sea Games
April 2019: Participated in Asian Athletics Championship
What got you into running?
Initially I was inspired by people whom I see on the streets who donned finisher tees and
wondered how does a human complete such distances, especially when 2.4km is already so
draining. A friend roped me into joining a race and was surprised that I could cover the
distance as well. It kept me going on to better myself and this sport has always been
showing me what I never knew I could do. It has also taught me to be appreciative of those
who takes time out to generously provide guidance while achieving the same goal together,
to better ourselves.
Tell us one unique fact about yourself.
I am not musically inclined but I love to drum. Whether I am good at it or not, is another
What’s your go to running shoes and why?
ASICS Dynaflyte2. I love it for its roomy toe box and the sufficient support it provides makes
it a versatile shoe. Due to its weight, it is suitable for both endurance runs as well as where
speed is essential.
How long have you been running for?
What’s your greatest achievement?
Being able to run a half marathon in under 2 hours – thanks to the unwavering support of
the ARC team.
“Train hard and enjoy every moment on the track. Do all that you can today so you won’t have any regrets tomorrow! ”
Zong Yang is a Team Singapore sprinter. He does mainly the 200m and 400m and has represented Singapore in various competitions such as the SEA Games and World University Games.
2015: SEA GAMES - 4 x 400 5th
2019: Asian Athletics Championship Semi-Finalist
3rd all-time fastest in Singapore for 400m
“Somewhere in the world someone is training when you are not. When you race him, he will win.”
Wei Bin is a Team Singapore hurdler and has donned the national colours on many international stages. Still a budding teenager debuting in the senior stages, he see no limits in himself and aspire to be one of Singapore's best.
2014: Youth Olympic Games AAQ
2015: IAAF World Youth Athletics Championships
2016: National A Division 400mH Record Holder
2019: Second Fastest Singaporean All-time 400H