SEA Games: Readers win limited 100Plus and mascot sets with posts on social media

SINGAPORE - Three readers of The Straits Times have been selected to win a limited-edition 100Plus and SEA Games mascot Nila sets, after posting pictures they took at the ongoing Games on social media.

The photos, taken from various venues since the biennial Games started on June 5, were shared on Instagram.

One such photo, taken by @titusaurus, was shot at the swimming competition at the OCBC Aquatic Centre, featuring the triumphant moment after Singapore swimmers won the men's 4x200m free event.

 

What an evening! 3 golds crowned off by a majestic win in the men's 4x200m free! #ST100PLUS #goforgoldSG

A photo posted by titus (@titusaurus) onJun 7, 2015 at 5:41am PDT

Others were taken by @prisgooner and @kairos_catcher, at the men's marathon event and a netball match respectively. The winners should email their contact details to stsportscontest@sph.com.sg and will be contacted shortly.

 

Today's view from the OCBC arena.

A photo posted by Hannah (@kairos_catcher) onJun 6, 2015 at 2:48am PDT

They win the collectors' item as part of a readers' contest conducted by ST and 100Plus. Three more such sets will be given away after the SEA Games conclude on June 16.

To take part in the contest, first follow @STsportsdesk on Twitter. Then, take a picture of your favourite Games moment, share it on Instagram or Twitter with the hashtag #ST100PLUS and #goforgoldSG.

Email your Twitter and Instagarm handle to stsportscontest@sph.com.sg as well as your contact details. The subject field of your e-mail should be "ST 100PLUS'.

Pictures posted could be used both on ST and 100Plus online and social media platforms, as well as the print edition of ST.

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