Olympics: Team S'pore check into 'little town of our own' at Tokyo Games Village

Amita Berthier at the Tokyo Games Village. PHOTO: COURTESY OF AMITA BERTHIER
The dining hall at the Games Village. PHOTO: COURTESY OF AMITA BERTHIER
All excited for the Tokyo Games are Singapore's chef de mission Benedict Tan, shooter Adele Tan and fencer Kiria Tikanah Abdul Rahman. PHOTO: SNOC
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SINGAPORE - Views of Tokyo Bay greeted Team Singapore's athletes as they gradually filed into the Games Village, adding to the hustle and bustle just days ahead of the opening ceremony of the July 23 to Aug 8 Olympics.

Table tennis player Feng Tianwei and her teammates moved in on Sunday (July 18) from their training camp in Shimada, joining fencer Amita Berthier, equestrian Caroline Chew, and swimmers Joseph Schooling, Quah Zheng Wen and Quah Ting Wen.

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