Chat live with Singapore para-athlete Theresa Goh

Goh (above) will take over The Straits Times' Twitter account (@STcom) today for a live Q&A session from Brazil.
Goh (above) will take over The Straits Times' Twitter account (@STcom) today for a live Q&A session from Brazil.PHOTO: REUTERS

She is Singapore's most bemedalled para-athlete, but where does swimmer Theresa Goh keep all 27 of her Asean Para Games gold medals?

From blue to green to pink - how many different colours has her hair been dyed?

By now, most people would know that Goh won a Paralympic medal when she took bronze in the 100m breaststroke SB4 at the Rio Games on Monday. It was her first podium finish in four attempts at the quadrennial Games, making up for the heartbreak at the 2008 Beijing Games when she missed out on a medal by less than a second.

But if there is something else you would like to know about the 29-year-old, who has helped to carry the torch for disability sport in Singapore over the last decade, here is your chance to get an answer.

Goh will take over The Straits Times' Twitter account (@STcom) today for a live Q&A session from Brazil.

Starting at 8pm, she will spend one hour answering questions that are tweeted to @STcom with the hashtag #STaskTG.

Find out more about the swimmer, who has one more event to go (100m freestyle S5) at the Paralympics, from her inspiration to her interests outside the pool.

Hint: She previously represented Singapore in powerlifting, winning bronze at the Arafura Games in 2009. Want to know if she is strong enough to benchpress you? Find out tonight.

• Goh will take over The Straits Times' Twitter account (@STcom) today for a live Q&A session from Brazil.

• Starting at 8pm, she will spend one hour answering questions that are tweeted to @STcom with the hashtag #STaskTG.

A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on September 15, 2016, with the headline 'Chat live with Singapore para-athlete Theresa Goh'. Print Edition | Subscribe