Skipper change at SSF

Skipper change at SSF
Former national sailor Chung Pei Ming.

SINGAPORE - Former national sailor Chung Pei Ming will become the Singapore Sailing Federation's (SSF) new general manager next month.

Currently the high performance manager, Chung will succeed Jason Lim, who will retire after three years on the job. Lim will remain the federation's secretary general.

This ends the three-month search for Lim's replacement.

SSF president Dr Ben Tan said: As a high performance manager, he has been instrumental in developing sound and robust programmes to develop Singapore's sailors for the immediate to long term."

Former national sailor Terence Koh, currently a coach at the SSF, will replace Chung in the high performance role.


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