SER Jasmine < Back  
Sport Shooting
CGA Singapore   
Gender Women
Born 24 Sep 1990
Height1.55 m
Human Interest
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Higher education Business Administration - National University of Singapore : Singapore
Sport Specific Information
Why this sport? She was encouraged to take up the sport by her sister. "I didn't know what shooting was back then, but I realised after a few training sessions that my shots were quite consistent. I thought that maybe I could improve, so I continued to train harder."
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Awards and honours She was named flag bearer for Singapore at the opening ceremony of the 2017 South East Asian Games in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. (, 05 Aug 2017)

In 2011 and 2014 she was named Sportswoman of the Year by the Singapore National Olympic Council [SNOC]. (Facebook page, 03 Mar 2016; SNOC Twitter profile, 05 Aug 2015)

In 2010, 2011, and 2012 she was named Sportswoman of the Year by the National University of Singapore [NUS]. (Facebook page, 03 Mar 2016)
Sport Specific Information
Handedness Right eye, left hand
When and where did you begin this sport? She began shooting at age 13.
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Occupation Athlete, Coach
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Sporting philosophy / motto "Put in the extra effort, work hard, and never give up." (Athlete, 21 Sep 2014)
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Residence Singapore
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Famous relatives Her older sister Adrienne represented Singapore in shooting at the 2006 Asian Games in Doha, Qatar. Her cousin Tessa Neo won gold in shooting [team and individual 10m air rifle] at the 2015 South East Asian Games in Singapore. (SportsDeskOnline, 04 May 2023;, 03 Jun 2015, 06 Jun 2015)
Most influential person in career Her father. (Athlete, 03 Aug 2016)
Ambitions To compete at the 2024 Olympic Games in Paris. (, 21 May 2022)
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Languages English, Mandarin
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Injuries She suffered from a fever and flu during the 2018 Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast, QLD, Australia. (, 13 Apr 2018)

She had food poisoning ahead of the 2016 Asian Olympic Qualification Tournament in Delhi, India. She was admitted to hospital and put on intravenous drip, but recovered in time to win a gold medal at the event. (, 31 Jan 2016)
International Debut
Year 2006
Competing for Singapore
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Nicknames Jaz (, 31 Oct 2017)
Other information COACHING
In 2021 she began serving as coach of the Singaporean national youth team. "It's not easy because I find myself being more worried for my athletes than I am about my own performance. I feel more responsible for them and their performances. I need to find the balance for myself as an athlete, to focus on my game as well. Perhaps then I will be able to perform [better] in competition." (, 21 May 2022;, 10 May 2022)