Skateboarding: S'pore vows to ramp up game after medal-less SEA Games

Former Asian X Games champion Feroze Rahman led Team Singapore's six-strong skateboarding contingent during the SEA Games last December.
Former Asian X Games champion Feroze Rahman led Team Singapore's six-strong skateboarding contingent during the SEA Games last December.PHOTO: SPORT SINGAPORE

SINGAPORE - At last month's SEA Games in the Philippines, former Asian X Games champion Feroze Rahman found himself up against the likes of Indonesia's up-and-coming young talent Sanggoe Dharma in the battle for honours, and eventually finished seventh in the men's street event.

With the sport making its SEA Games bow last December, Team Singapore's six-strong skateboarding contingent - led by 29-year-old veteran Feroze - had targeted a clutch of medals at the biennial event.

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