Thankfully, Singapore has moved on quickly from the hooha about the table tennis reshuffling.
All in all, I feel that the Singapore sports scene has grown more mature after this matter. We brought home a silver medal, learnt that there is always room for improvement, and we are gearing up for bright future in sports. An established sports system will require time for adjustments and the table tennis association will need to further refine its working processes.
Here’s some updates from a news article:
“In a special media conference on Friday evening, it announced that team manager Antony Lee will continue for another three months, to finish up his Olympics reports. He will then move to the Singapore National Olympic Council in November.
The association will also have two separate head coaches, one each for the women’s and men’s teams.
President of the Singapore Table Tennis Association, Lee Bee Wah, apologised for causing grievances and stress. With that, the dust has settled over a week—long saga that mired Singapore’s silver medal win at the Olympic Games.”
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