It has been an eventful journey so far in Team Singapore. The girls made the swift passing and direct shots look easy peasy during the SEA Cup.
Looking back, I must say I could not have passed the Phase 1 2.4km test in August without the help of my KBFF team mates and coach who accompanied and paced me during our stadium runs leading up to it. I hated running ttm!
They even ran the last lap of the test with me in Bedok stadium that fateful evening in their officewear to make sure I felt guilty enough to push myself.
I was not alone again during the killer Phase 2 test aka the beep test with their fingers pointed at me daring me to stop before the Level 9 beep. It was quite embarrassing to collapse like an asthmatic patient while other participants were cool and composed past Level 9. Just like a stroll in the park while I was hyperventilating in the corner!
Thankful for all your support. I don’t know how long this will last but I will give this all I got!
The journey is still a long one. The Team Singapore girls and coaches Jaime & Emily are so passionate about floorball. I have much to learn from them!
What teammmm? SINGAPORE! 😀
Personally, I am grateful to my mentor Firdaus & his sister (who would have guessed this right omg?!) who made me a goalie and started KBFF with me before he got hitched!, my five coaches J & G & R & A & J whom I can count on for always giving feedback to me straight and unfiltered as well as J’s humiliating 90%-of-the-time-impossible-to-save penalties, my team mates for letting me dictate their lives and eating habits and lastly, BSC.
From now on, back to #KBFF updates! Our one and only resident Ang-moh will be hosting our 2014 Christmas dinner this Friday evening. Many photos in our Facebook Page soon!
(And thank you for updating this site in my absence :p #NorthKorea #noMoviehere)