Time to stand up and be counted

Paddlers participating in the Stand Up Paddling race yesterday afternoon at Lower Seletar Reservoir. It was one of the activities at the Seletar Speed Crossing event, a competition organised by Singapore Sailing and the Seletar Country Club to record
PHOTO: SINGAPORE SAILING FEDERATION

Paddlers participating in the Stand Up Paddling race yesterday afternoon at Lower Seletar Reservoir. It was one of the activities at the Seletar Speed Crossing event, a competition organised by Singapore Sailing and the Seletar Country Club to record the fastest windsurfing speed as sailors dashed across the reservoir. Thailand's Sakda Sakulfaeng won the event, producing a speed of 46.1kmh.

A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on February 01, 2016, with the headline 'Time to stand up and be counted'. Print Edition | Subscribe