Skillful, athletic and agile, Daniella Ng is no stranger to keelboat racing. At the 2019 Southeast Asian (SEA) Games in the Philippines, she was not just the only girl in the Singapore keelboat team, but the only girl racing in the keelboat event. She represented Singapore as a junior during the 2007 SEA Games and again in 2015 where she won the women’s keelboat events.
Bernie started his sailing journey at the age of 10 on the Optimist, Byte and Laser and is one of the most bemedaled sailors on the team.
He is the 2014 Asian Youth Games and Youth Olympic Games Champion,
2015 and 2017 Southeast Asian Games Gold medalist, Youth World Champion in 2015, picking up medals in 2013 and 2016 edition as well.
Ryan Lo OLY
Introduced to sailing from the age of 7, Ryan has had a most illustrious sailing career. Currently campaigning on the Olympic circuit, Ryan is no stranger to competitions on the world stage, with his latest achievement being a 10th-place finish in a fleet of 163 ILCA 7 dinghies at the prestigious Princess Sofea Regatta 2022, held in Mallorca.
Growing up, Ryan started amassing his medals from a young age, with a SEA Games bronze medal at the age of 13 and an Optimist Team Racing Gold at the World Championships the year after. The transition to the ILCA (then Laser) class was a natural one. Some of his career highlights include racing at ISAF Youth Worlds, SEA Games, Asian Games and the 2020 Summer Olympics.