The amazing James Cook University at Sims Drive

James Cook University Sims Drive Singapore

Saturday, December 19, 2020

World Record (Free Style) Soccer Juggling Feats?

All he years since 1986 until recently finally,  Eric  to agreed he had seen me juggling a standard football 3,400 times in one hour and 20 minutes, keeping the standard soccer ball in the air, without letting it drop on the floor at Woodsville Secondary School in 1986 from the beginning to finish, in different patterns, using my body, shoulders, neck, head, back, thigh, heel instep and outstep except my hands.  

Eric recently arranged a gather together with Francis  and his family of his children and wife at the Circuit Road market, we took some wefies together.

Incidentally Francis lent me the extra bicycle for the feats filmed and broadcasted in the TV few months before the record breaking feat.

I had made numerous attempts to verify it before.

Guinness Book of World Records could admit and recognise it one of these days base on different criteria or category?

                                  
The Straits Times interviewed by Janice Seah



I had wrote to Ms Jackie Chan of the then Singapore Broadcasting Corporation Executive producer now Mediacorp to verify my record breaking feats as the 2 tapes which I and my friend recorded, was damaged by mould, she agreed and replied me through  email. 

The video recording of my amazing (Free Style) football juggling feats and cycling feats had been erased long time ago

It was broadcasted in 1986 in the program World of Sports, Channel 5, Sunday 10 am


Letter from Ms Jackie Chan

The amazing interview with Surekha Yadav of Today newspaper

Today newspaper


 

Saturday, December 12, 2020

My 10 most popular photos


I started taking photos when I was a few years old. These are my 10 most popular photos in Flickr

https://flic.kr/s/aHsjENqRy8

Tuesday, December 8, 2020

Otters spotted at Kallang River

Otters spotted at Kallang River beside Upper Boon Keng Road HDB the National Geographic team went there to film it


NatGeo film crew at Upper Boon Keng beside the garden HDB

Otters were seen active at Kallang River

https://www.facebook.com/otterscene/posts/987890628082746?comment_tracking=%7B%22tn%22%3A%22O%22%7D

https://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/environment/bishan-otters-defeat-marina-rivals-again-in-kallang-basin-clash