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Air Rifle


Mrs Regina Yip

Mrs Toh Sock Tuang

Mr Chew Yiu Chee


Chua Hui Xuan 3A1

Vice-Captain (Training)

Siow Yi Wei 3S2

Communication Manager

Tan Yi Jin 3A1 (US)

Ada Ysabelle Llanora Suner 2E1 (LS)

Physical Trainer & Games I/C

Loo De En, Pierre 3N1 (M) – Games

Glenda Lim 3S1 (F) – Physical Training

Vice-Captain (Admin)

Calista Huang Zi Xuan 3A2

Logistics Manager (Suits)

Nadiya Assma D/O Khaleelur Rahiman 2T1

Chan Yi Ting, Felise 1N1>

Esdarey Wan Xin Er 1N2


Glendan Lee Jun Rui 3A2

Lim Chan 1E1

Cedric Lee Jun Hung 1E1

Logistics Manager (Accessories)

Yeo Zhi Yong Jensen 2N2

Aislinn Chan Sze Ing 1E1

Zhang Leyao Aimee 1E4

Training schedule & venue

Mondays: 3.00pm – 6.00pm (Rifle Range)

Wednesdays: 3.00pm – 6.00pm (Rifle Range)

Fridays: 2.30pm – 3.30pm (Physical Training @ canteen)

Our history

 The Air Rifle Club was established in 1989. It has undergone several changes from an underground shooting range to the rooftop facility over the Indoor Sports Hall. Once again, we will be making improvements and come Quarter 4 2019, the range will be upgraded into an air-conditioned shooting range to enhance the training comfort of our shooters.  

Our Sport
Competitive shooting requires one to persevere, be reflective and patient. It is not about physical strength and power, but composure, mental strength and concentration. Shooters learn to focus on their goals, and work hard. They reflect on their mistakes, correct and make changes and enjoy success doing it. Patience – waiting for the right moment before attempting a shot – is the key to succeeding in this sport. Mental strength, good decision-making skills and teamwork are also key attributes of our shooters.

Every year, our shooters participate in the National Inter-School Shooting Competition. In 2019, we also participated in both the NUS Invitational Shoot and the NTU Invitational Shoot.

 Our shooters
 Air Rifle Club enables our shooters to:

develop the required skills, knowledge and attitudes expected of a shooter 

build good character that embodies the BBSSians’ values, vision and mission through trainings and competition
develop good hand-eye coordination and fine motor skills for life
acquire and enhance mental resilience through sharpening and deepening concentration 
cultivate good personal responsibility in safety and skill acquisition 
develop good physical discipline through weekly stamina and strength training
appreciate the passion for competitive shooting as a sport
enjoy and discover more of themselves through the varied activities and also to experience the camaraderie as a close knit team.