Finding peace again.

Sunday, January 15, 2006

Silly cryssie...no...i din really watch it...not interested in horror shows...

Well...here's my day...din sleep till 3.30+ am...woke up, wen down to sch to try to help out with the packing but had to leave by abt 11+ to meet the rest of the track team...
Went to buy some light munchies and then took the bus there...had a lil trouble finding the place...

Had to make a decision between Zul and I...as only one of us could jump...well...i went with Rayduin to jump in the end...thanks Zul...somehow...i felt tt maybe...juz maybe if you had went instead, you would've done better...
Did warm ups with Fareid and then went to the high jump area...met a fellow competitor by the name of Calvin (i think)...he was from the ITE East...did much better than me...well...i did my personal best and attained 1.50m...budden...in the end...the winner jumped a height of 1.82m...unbroken record would be 2.02m...ah well...of course i CAN say tt i'm competing against men who have finished their NS...budden again...IF i had trained harder...i wouldn't have been such a noob against them...i WILL be back.

After tt, watched them continue jumping...Shah, a fellow trackmate also din do well for her shot putt event...but i was struck by what she did b4 she left...she thanked the officials and shook the hands of everyone...wow...such humbleness...hope u're feeling alright gal!
Saw the guys finish the jumps...its like...those finalists were all old-timers...all knowing each other by name...so winning or losing to each other din mean anything to them...darn...the two final jumpers situation was like this...they had to clear a height of 1.85...which none of them did...lol...one was too tired from clear 1.82, and though he almost cleared 1.85, his shoe which suddenly split at the sole caused him to miss a distinct win. The other guy, though he din clear that height either, had a pretty good start earlier on so in terms of points and technicality, he won.

Ah well...such is the sporting world...however...i have this to comment..NYP may have pretty good equipment and all...however, their officials are not on par with it...i mean...their timings are in accurate...my fellow course/track mate, Charlotte, had to bear with it...I really wonder how she managed to maintain her composure...its like...she was ahead of this girl from another school, so clearly her timing would be faster, however, the "noobie" officials claimed tt the other girl's timing was better...and instead of dear Charlotte being in the final 8 for her event, she was relegated out...damn it...

Slacked ard taking care of the bags while the rest had their event. Went back to TP with those who wanted to go for dinner...showered then off we went...wen we were abt to order, i realised my Ez-link card was not with me...darn...tried to back track for abt 20+mins...to no avail...in the end, went back to eat with the rest...had a pretty good time though...no point sulking...thanks guys for waiting for me to finish my food!
Went back to school to meet Angel and then help with the packing of the goodie bags...manual labour sia...lol...got a chance to ride on the buggy!
FUN!!!

Er...then...went to the service apartments and then went...home...yeah...walked home...lol...reached home at abt...11.30pm...long day again tmw...zzz...

IF anyone finds my Ez-link card, PLEASE return it to me aite?
I need my frigging concession back!!!

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Jason Tan. Male. A true-blue Singaporean. Oldest son. 07.12.1987. Thai-Chinese.

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