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I've been back in Singapore for about 2 weeks now. I must say that the first week back was pretty rough. I was constantly tired, falling asleep at 7pm, often missing dinner because I was just way too tired to eat, tossing and turning in...

I feel that I need a fresh start in my life. I mean, I'm done with rowing (for now), although it is still very hard for me to publicly say that I have retired because I don't think I have been able to and still cant...

I don't often talk about relationships or my personal love life but I think it is time for me to open up. News is that I just got engaged recently. A month ago to be exact. It is extremely exciting because it is a path that...

I was invited to deliver a speech at the Women in Leadership summit in Sheraton Hotel in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on 22 Oct 2018. It was indeed an honour to be recognised beyond the borders of Singapore. The summit was about "Women in Leadership" but...

I finished my volunteering stint at Craftsbury on Friday and I have to admit, I miss that place already. I remember feeling so anxious being away from city life, tall buildings and crazy traffic but now I wish I could wake up to the sound...

On 10th Jan, I have decided to embark on a 100 days journey to working on something I've never done before- that is to be able to do a handstand. I have attempted a few days last year with the help of a callisthenics coach...

I've recently created this new show called the Sports Gala Show. Here are the links to it: YouTube: http://bit.ly/2j8wbRl SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/aisyah-gala iTunes: http://apple.co/2AnHCMN I have been wanting to start this podcast a few months ago but I've been giving myself too many excuses like can't stand hearing my own voice, not having...

There is a first for everything , they say. I met the two Tri Edge coaches, Michael and Scott, for the first time when I attended the multi-sport simulation while preparing for my first triathlon race. They told me about a Kiwi rower, Hamish Carter, who...